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Princess Diana's letters to AIDS victim surface, up for auction
Letters from Princess Diana to an AIDS victim, which show her compassionate nature, have surfaced in the U.K.

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Secret to Great Pyramid's near perfect alignment possibly found
Though slightly lopsided, the towering, Great Pyramid of Giza is an ancient feat of engineering, and now an archaeologist has figured out how the Egyptians may have aligned the monument almost perfectly along the cardinal points, north-south-east-west — they may have used the fall equinox.

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A giant storm on Neptune is disappearing and for the first time scientists are able to see it
A dark storm on Neptune, once big enough to reach from Boston to Portugal, is dwindling to nothing as the Hubble Space Telescope keeps watch.

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How will humanity react to news of an alien discovery?
If humanity does indeed have a close encounter of the third kind, it is likely to be more of an ET-style "be good" experience than feel like it's "game over."

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Museum to discuss efforts to see if bones belong to pirate
Researchers are set to discuss their efforts to determine whether human bones recovered from a Cape Cod shipwreck are those of the infamous pirate Samuel "Black Sam" Bellamy.

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'Oldest Dutchman' discovered: Fishermen find prehistoric skull in North Sea
Fishermen off the coast of Holland made a startling discovery when they hauled in a skull fragment belonging to the “oldest Dutchman.”

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Want to live forever? You just have to make it to 2050
"If you're under 40 reading this article, you're probably not going to die unless you get a nasty disease."

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Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster headed for Earth or Venus crash (in a few million years)
Elon Musk's space car is headed for a hell of a crash a few million years down the road, a new study suggests.

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Arizona meteorite fetches record-breaking $237,500 at auction
A rare meteorite that plowed through the Arizona desert nearly 50,000 years ago sold for a staggering $237,500 during an online auction.

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Scientists find nearly 100 new 'exoplanets' in hunt for life in space
Scientists have discovered nearly 100 new 'exoplanets' in the search for Earth-like planets that could support life.

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Human/AI hybrids and gene editing are going to change mankind in a big way
The human race has come a very long way in a short amount of time, but what is coming around the corner will change everything we thought we knew about mankind.

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Solar storm could strike Earth Thursday: What you need to know
A solar storm is forecast to hit Earth early Thursday after the sun unleashed a powerful solar flare

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These may be the only non-human war medics on earth
A species of African ant lives a life so fierce that it's become expert at wartime triage.

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Origins of Earth's weird 'pulsating auroras' nailed down
The origins of intense flickering displays of light high up in Earth's atmosphere are now revealed after a decades-long hunt, a new study finds.

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8 trillion 'gallons'! of huge blob of magma found atop undersea volcano
A giant undersea caldera near Japan hosts a lava dome made from 8 trillion gallons of molten rock.

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Lost 'miniature UFO' wreckage discovered in museum
The long-lost wreckage of a purported ‘miniature UFO' has been discovered at a U.K. museum.

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'Incredible' 900-year-old copper arrowhead discovered on Canadian mountain
A rare copper arrowhead discovered on a remote Canadian mountain is almost 900 years old, archaeologists have confirmed.

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Deep-sea volcanic vents incubate eggs for these underwater moms
Skates — flat, diamond-shaped fish that are related to sharks and rays — incubate their eggs for as much as four years or more, longer than most animals on Earth.

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Earth's inner core shouldn't technically exist
One day, about a billion years ago, Earth's inner core had a growth spurt.

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George Washington's hair discovered in 18th-century book at New York college
A strand of white hair tucked into a shabby almanac on the shelf of a college library in upstate New York has been revealed to be from one the nation's Founding Fathers.

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Bull captured in Las Vegas after running loose in neighborhood
A bull was captured Wednesday morning after it got loose in a Las Vegas neighborhood.

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Elon Musk explains why SpaceX's Falcon Heavy core booster crashed
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter Monday (Feb. 12) to share some new details on last week's Falcon Heavy test flight, including why the massive rocket's core booster crashed. SpaceX is also building a new drone ship for rocket landings at sea, he added.

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Supersonic plane that could transport people faster than the speed of sound gets full funding under Trump's NASA budget proposal
The Trump administration's fiscal year 2019 budget proposal for NASA includes full funding for an experimental supersonic airplane that could one day transport commercial-airline passengers faster than the speed of sound.

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