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Cassini Discovers Oxygen Around Saturn's Moon

By Meera Dolasia on November 28, 2010
Cassini Discovers Oxygen Around Saturn's Moon

NASA's Cassini Spacecraft, which has been orbiting Saturn for over five years, has not only sent back amazing pictures, but also, exciting discoveries about the ringed planet. Just a few months back, the spacecraft found evidence of alien life on Titan, Saturn's largest moon and now, it seems that Rhea, its second largest moon has an atmosphere similar to that of Earth.

Three Kiwi Teens Survive 50 Day Ordeal At Sea

By Meera Dolasia on November 27, 2010
Three Kiwi Teens Survive 50 Day Ordeal At Sea

The Atafu Atoll, one of the islands that make up Tokelau, a territory of New Zealand, is celebrating the safe return of three teenagers thought to have perished at sea, almost three months ago.

The Secret Behind Asia's Flying Snakes

By Meera Dolasia on November 27, 2010
The Secret Behind Asia's Flying Snakes

For many years now, scientists have wondered how reptiles from five related species of Chrysopelea paradisi, commonly known as 'flying' snakes, can stay afloat as they leap from one tree to the next, sometimes covering a distance of as much as 79 feet - Now, a new study has revealed that it may be all to do with the way they move.

Rare Apple-1 Computer Auctions For Record Amount

By Meera Dolasia on November 26, 2010
Rare Apple-1 Computer Auctions For Record Amount

When one envisions a product from Apple Inc, the images that come to mind are slim, stylish products like the iPad, iPod Touch and the Macbook Air - not this green unfinished looking motherboard. But believe it or not, this is where it all began.

Raisin Monday - St. Andrews Foamy Tradition

By Meera Dolasia on November 25, 2010
Raisin Monday - St. Andrews Foamy Tradition

You have probably heard of Good Friday and Easter Sunday, but we guarantee you have never heard of Raisin Monday. And, no it is not a Sunmaid sponsored holiday, but a fun tradition that takes place at St. Andrews University in Scotland.

Apple And Cider Receive Presidential Pardon

By Meera Dolasia on November 25, 2010
Apple And Cider Receive Presidential Pardon

Today is Thanksgiving - A day when thousands of turkeys will be skillfully carved and gobbled up by hungry diners all over the United States. However, two gorgeous turkeys, Apple and Cider, will not make the cut (literally), thanks to a special presidential pardon granted to them by President Obama.

Cival Mills - The Busiest Immobile Person On Earth?

By Meera Dolasia on November 24, 2010
Cival Mills - The Busiest Immobile Person On Earth?

26-Year old Cival Mills was a classic over-achiever, excelling at everything he did - whether it was sports or academics. Then, on December 8th, 2000, just five days before completing his hospital internship, the recently graduated doctor, was struck by a tragic event.

Video Of The Week - Jam To The Photosynthesis Rap

By Meera Dolasia on November 22, 2010
Video Of The Week - Jam To The Photosynthesis Rap

Biology, the science that deals with all things living, can be interesting, but with so many details to remember ranging from how plants perform photosynthesis to the function of each body part, it can get a little daunting.

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