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1,000-year-old arrowhead discovered in Norway
An amazingly well-preserved iron arrowhead was found up in the moutains of Hardanger in Norway by a local resident.

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Ancient earthen vessel reveals drawing of possible female shaman
An earthenware piece bearing a drawing of a possible female shaman was unearthed during excavation work in western Japan, local officials announced.

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Supernova morphs and its shock waves reverse in stunning new NASA video
NASA released a new video that shows how a supernova morphs and moves over a period of 13 years.

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Colorado bears make splash in swimming pool ahead of winter hibernation, video shows
A couple of bears in Colorado were caught on video enjoying the state's warm weather last week by crashing a resident's pool and taking a dip as they prepare for winter hibernation.

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Humpback whales use 'bubble nets' to catch prey, video shows
A remarkable set of images show humpback whales near Alaska using an unconventional method to catch their dinner — blowing bubbles.

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Huge 111-foot asteroid to skim past Earth at 22,000 mph, space rock's ‘closest encounter for 115 years'
A huge asteroid is about to skim past Earth at its closest approach in 115 years.

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Moon ice could be billions of years old, study suggests
It's long been established that the Moon contains significant amounts of ice and water, including frozen water found on the lunar surface last year. Now, a new study suggests that the ice could be billions of years old and come from different sources.

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Space 'elevator' to the Moon could happen by the end of the century
A "space elevator" to travel from the Earth to space may soon be a reality.

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Alien life possibly found on Mars in 1970s, ex-NASA scientist says
In a stunning op-ed, a former NASA scientist says he is convinced that the space agency "found evidence of life on Mars" in the 1970s.

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Lost version of '50 Shades' of Medieval erotica rediscovered
Researchers have discovered a long-lost version of a medieval romance "novel" containing a sex scene too steamy for even modern publishers.

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