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Meteor Lights Up the Skies In Canada

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Residents of Western Canada were in for a treat yesterday evening, when a beautiful, blindingly bright meteor streaked across the skies at 5.30pm. Though it lasted only a few seconds, lots of people managed to capture the amazing scene on camera.

An Exciting Week In Space

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Most Space missions start with spectacular launches and end with successful albeit dangerous spacewalks. While Shuttle Endeavor's mission started off exactly as expected, it has already encountered a couple of unusual twists and the mission is nowhere close to the end.

These Shrimp Are Fitter Than Most Humans

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How can you tell a healthy shrimp from a sick one? Just place it on a treadmill and see how long it can run. At least that's what a team of scientists from the Pacific University in Oregon did - And the results were quite astonishing.

The Crystal Caves Of Chihuahua

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The Mexican State of Chihuahua has become quite famous, thanks to its namesake dog. However, it is also home to one of the most amazing Crystal Caves - Unlike any other found in the world.

Panda Twins Celebrate 100th Day

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While a baby Panda's 100th day is always cause for great celebration in China, this pair is extra special. They are the first Panda babies born in captivity after a devastating earthquake in South West China, destroyed most of the Wolong Natural Reserve, China's biggest natural sanctuary for Giant Pandas.

Exploring Our Oceans

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Though oceans make up over seventy percent of our Earth, we know more about the surface of Mars than we do about the deep bed of the ocean floor and the amazing life it sustains. In an attempt to learn more about some of the mysteries that lie in our deep dark seas, four divers recently completed a diving expedition across all the oceans of the world.

Video Of The Week - The Phoenix Lander

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With the dark months of the harsh Martian winter approaching, the five-month old Phoenix Lander mission is expected to come to an end soon. The decline of the Sun will mean less power to charge the Spacecraft's batteries, eventually causing it to die. But scientists are hoping that before it loses power completely, it will be able send back some final crucial data about the Red Planet.

Astronomers Discover Hottest Planet In the Constellation

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Astronomers have found what they believe is the hottest exoplanet. Called Wasp 12-b, this charcoal black planet with temperatures exceeding 2,200 degrees Celsius (4,000 degrees Fahrenheit) is hotter than some stars, and about half the temperature of our own star - the Sun.

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