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Antarctica's Mysterious Lake Untersee And Its Otherworldly Ecosystem
A research team has now returned to Lake Untersee to begin the first real studies of this incredible environment.
This new high-quality image details the conical stromatolites that have formed on top of a boulder at a depth of about 20 meters, other
cones can be seen populating the sloping bottom...
Hidden Misshapen Celestial "Wonder"
It is one of the brightest and strangest objects in the Milky Way - the corpse of a star that exploded around 1000 years ago.
Only a handful of such young supernova remnants are known.
The object named G350.1-0.3 is also incredibly small (only eight light years across) and young in astronomical terms.
Alien Species Living In The Inner Milky Way Could Be In Danger
Few people doubt there is intelligent alien life in the Milky Way galaxy, but where can we expect to find it?
Astronomers think that while the inner sector of the MIlky Way Galaxy may be the most likely to support habitable worlds.
Unfortunately some of these places are also most dangerous to all life-forms.
New Shocking Discovery Challenges The Origin Of Earth
Where did our planet come from?
We already know that our Sun does not originate from M 67.
A new surprising discovery is now forcing scientists to re-evaluate the origin of Earth.
For a century, scientists have assumed that the Earth has same chemical make-up as the sun. But this belief has been
challenged by scientists at The Australian National University.
Who Installed "This Object" At The Bottom Of The Ocean?
Our oceans are full of secrets, and this is one of them.
Deep beneath the waters we find ruins of ancient lost civilizations, wreckage of old ships and planes, and sometimes
we come across very strange, unidentified objects.
Looking at this odd construction, one has to ask - Who installed this object at the bottom of the ocean?
Explore The Lost World Of Lake Vostok
It sometimes seems as if our planet has no secrets left – but deep beneath the great Antarctic ice sheet scientists have made an astonishing discovery.
They've found one of the largest lakes in the world. It's very existence defies belief.
Scientists are desperate to get into the lake because its extreme environment may be home to unique flora and fauna, never seen before...
Antarctic Ice Shelves Breaking Up Fast
The floating ice shelves of a critical portion of West Antarctica are steadily losing their grip on adjacent bay walls,
potentially amplifying an already accelerating loss of ice to the sea.
A new study based on 40 years of satellite imagery of the floating ice shelves in the eastern Amundsen Sea Embayment,
West Antarctica reveals that their margins, where they grip onto rocky bay walls or slower ice masses, are fracturing and retreating inland.
Mystery of Antarctica Deepens
Scientists May Soon Reveal The Secrets Of Lake Vostok
The Russian science team that many believed to be missing is currently busy looking for unique alien life at the bottom of Lake Vostok.
Some think the Pandora Box may soon be opened. Is the world prepared?
There have been many speculations about what might lie hidden beneath the thick ice of Lake Vostok.
Some believe there could be ruins of an ancient lost civilization, or even a UFO that crashed on our planet long ago.
Something Mysteriously Warms Antarctica Ice
Very rapid climate changes take place on Antarctica.
"Something" mysteriously warms Antarctica Ice and it's a dangerous process.
The huge 18-mile-long crack that was discovered at the end of last year, is still growing and it remains unclear what is causing the sudden change in temperature.
Antarctica is getting warmer and the melting of ice is adding to global sea level rise.