Science n Space News

The largest telescope on Earth is coming to hunt radio-waves from the early universe

After 30 years of planning, construction of the SKA Telescope, set to be the world's largest telescope array, began in South Africa on December 5.

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Woman who spontaneously vomited up to 30 times a day likely had rogue antibodies

A woman's unusual vomiting episodes may be linked to an autoimmune disorder.

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Ancient mummy portraits and rare Isis-Aphrodite idol discovered in Egypt

For the first time in 50 years, archaeologists have discovered Fayum mummy portraits at an ancient Egyptian site.

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Monstrous 'gorgons' survived a mass extinction, but they were a 'dead clade walking'

About 90% of all species went extinct during the "Great Dying" around 252 million years ago, but in the case of one paleo-beast — the so-called gorgon — reports of its death were greatly exaggerated, new research finds.

logo.png  By WG  Dec 6, 2022