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Archaeologists carry out first dig at tomb linked to King Arthur

July 5, 2022
Archaeologists from The University of Manchester have started a dig at a 5,000-year-old tomb linked to King Arthur, hoping to answer some of the mysteries surrounding the enigmatic site in the process.

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New fossil galaxy discovery could answer important questions about history of universe

July 1, 2022
A new fossil galaxy, which was uncovered via a systematic visual search of legacy survey images using the Mayall 4-meter telescope, led by Dr. David Martinez Delgado, could teach scientists about how galaxies form and confirm their understanding of cosmology and dark matter.

Melting Arctic ice could transform international shipping routes

June 30, 2022
In a new study, a pair of climate scientists at Brown University worked with a legal scholar at the University of Maine School of Law to predict how Arctic Ocean ice melt could affect the regulation of shipping routes over the next few decades.

Chinese spacecraft photographs entire planet Mars

June 30, 2022
An uncrewed Chinese spacecraft has acquired imagery data covering all of Mars, including visuals of its south pole, after circling the planet more than 1,300 times since early last year, state media reported.

Limiting global warming to 1.5C would reduce risks to humans by up to 85%

June 29, 2022
New research led by the University of East Anglia (UEA) quantifies the benefits of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius and identifies the hotspot regions for climate change risk in the future.

Japan's rainy season ends early for first time in decades

June 28, 2022
The rainy season in Japan ended early, with meteorological authorities reporting that it was the shortest season in three regions in the country's recorded history.

Researchers develop chip to boost coral reef health

June 27, 2022
Scientists have developed a chip that can identify the most environmentally tolerant coral and are planning to use it to increase the share of live corals off Taiwan’s north and northeast coasts, where Ocean Conservation Administration data showed that it has dropped to below 10 percent.

University of Hawai'i at Mānoa instrument may change game in search for extraterrestrial life

June 27, 2022
An innovative scientific instrument, the Compact Color Biofinder, developed by a team of University of Hawai'i at Mānoa researchers, may change the game in the search for signs of extraterrestrial life.

Sunspot nearly three times size of Earth discovered on Sun

June 24, 2022
Observations of the evolution of a sunspot recently revealed its growth to almost triple the size of the Earth, which could expel flares in the near future, Space.com published.

Northernmost glaciers melting at record speed

June 21, 2022
Greenland's many small glaciers are melting at great speed, and the melting is increasing, especially in the Arctic regions, where the temperature rise is worst.
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