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Europe and Russia reveal the landing site for their 2020 rover 9 Nov 7:59pm Updated Europe and Russia reveal the landing site for their 2020 rover
The team behind the mission has recommended a spot called Oxia Planum, where it’s thought a large body of water sat billions of years ago. ESA and Roscosmos will make a decision mid-2019.
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The bird that has baffled scientists: Weird warbler is THREE species in one 9 Nov 6:08pm The bird that has baffled scientists: Weird warbler is THREE species in one
The bird found in Pennsylvania is the offspring of a hybrid warbler mother and a warbler father from an entirely different genus.
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Amazon signs deal with Apple to offer everything from iPhones to Beats headphones on its site 9 Nov 5:12pm Updated Amazon signs deal with Apple to offer everything from iPhones to Beats headphones on its site
The deal will cover Apple's latest devices, including the new iPad Pro, iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and Apple Watch Series 4, as well as Apple's lineup of Beats headphones.
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Meet the PLIMP: $4m hybrid passenger airship will combine aspects of planes, blimps and helicopters 9 Nov 4:11pm Updated Meet the PLIMP: $4m hybrid passenger airship will combine aspects of planes, blimps and helicopters
The passenger version of the Plimp will be able to carry up to 8 passengers or 2000 lbs of cargo, and cruise at 63mph, with a range of 1,300 miles, its Seattle based inventors claim.
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Amazing video captures the rare moment a pair of air bubble rings join together 9 Nov 1:14pm Amazing video captures the rare moment a pair of air bubble rings join together
The pair of bubbles is created by a scuba diver off camera who then records them as they gently float towards the surface of the water.
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NASA find new iceberg 3 times the size of Manhattan in Antarctica 9 Nov 1:11pm NASA find new iceberg 3 times the size of Manhattan in Antarctica
Named B-46, it is believed to measure 87 square miles, according to estimates from the U.S. National Ice Center. The giant berg is believed to have broken off from Pine Island Glacier in October.
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Picts developed a form of written language after contact with the more advanced Roman Empire 9 Nov 1:06pm Picts developed a form of written language after contact with the more advanced Roman Empire
A Pictish stone was dragged up from the Aberdeen seas earlier this year by fishermen with geometric markings, believed to be one of the earliest examples of this emerging language.
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Orangutans learn how to make hooks in just minutes to get hard-to-reach objects 9 Nov 1:01pm Orangutans learn how to make hooks in just minutes to get hard-to-reach objects
A new study shows orangutans have figured out how to make hooked tools out of straight wire, in an ‘astonishing’ behaviour that experts say appeared late in our own evolutionary timeline.
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£17.3million project for rocket and satellite launch pad in Scotland gets go-ahead 9 Nov 12:15pm £17.3million project for rocket and satellite launch pad in Scotland gets go-ahead
The A´Mhoine peninsula in Sutherland was chosen by the UK Space Agency earlier this year as the site for vertical rocket and satellite launches.
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Spying on bees reveals pesticides impair social behavior 9 Nov 12:14pm Updated Spying on bees reveals pesticides impair social behavior
A new study has shown that the behaviour of bees is greatly affected by pesticides making them incapable of foraging outside the nest. The study was published in American Science journal.
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Mysterious alien-like sea monsters that lurk UNDERWATER 9 Nov 9:31am Updated Mysterious alien-like sea monsters that lurk UNDERWATER
An amateur photographer from Pasig in Indonesia, captured the spectacular photos with an underwater camera at night while visiting Janao Bay Inn, Philippines.
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1.1MILLION cord cutters ditched their subscription TV plans in largest-quarterly loss 9 Nov 9:25am Updated 1.1MILLION cord cutters ditched their subscription TV plans in largest-quarterly loss
MoffettNathanson - a media and telecommunications research firm -  tallied up subscriber losses to determine their findings.
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Is this the future of broadcasting? China unveils AI anchors based on their human presenters 9 Nov 8:19am Is this the future of broadcasting? China unveils AI anchors based on their human presenters
Dressed in suit and tie, the AI newsreaders can 'learn from live broadcast videos and read texts as naturally as a professional news anchor', according to Xinhua.
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Xiaomi launches first smartphone to rival Samsung and Apple 9 Nov 7:35am Updated Xiaomi launches first smartphone to rival Samsung and Apple
Xiaomi have launched the Mi 8 Pro flagship phone, which goes on sale today. The Chinese company are the fourth largest smartphone maker in the world, behind Samsung, Huawei and Apple.
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The birth of a rectangle: NASA reveals video of strange rectacular berg being born 9 Nov 4:19am Updated The birth of a rectangle: NASA reveals video of strange rectacular berg being born
The new satellite images reveal it 'has a far more interesting history that thought' and had actually been floating around the sear for four months before it was spotted.
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Facebook uses machine learning to flag posts suspected to have ties to terrorist groups 9 Nov 3:57am Updated Facebook uses machine learning to flag posts suspected to have ties to terrorist groups
Facebook said it's been more successful at removing terrorist content from its platform - owed in large part to its advanced AI tools. It removed 3 million pieces of terrorist content in the third quarter.
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Three huge asteroids up to 100 feet wide will skim past Earth THIS WEEKEND, Nasa warns 9 Nov 3:33am Updated Three huge asteroids up to 100 feet wide will skim past Earth THIS WEEKEND, Nasa warns
Scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California predict that the largest of the space rocks, dubbed 2018 VR1, is around the length of a blue whale.
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