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Earth's gravity knocked pyramid-size asteroid off course during recent ultra-close flyby, NASA images reveal Pl L W E A Amang =f
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New photos of the asteroid 2024 MK, which zoomed past Earth in late June, reveal that the massive space rock's orbit has been significantly altered by its close approach to our planet.
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Roman emperor Caligula's 2,000-year-old garden unearthed near the Vatican
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The gardens overlooking the Tiber river in Italy once belonged to an infamous Roman emperor.
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Earth's gravity knocked pyramid-size asteroid off course during recent ultra-close flyby, NASA images reveal | Roman emperor Caligula's 2,000-year-old garden unearthed near the Vatican | 4,500-year-old tomb in France reveals secrets of how 'European genome' came to be Created for [email protected] |  Web Version July 10, 2024 CONNECT WITH LIVESCIENCE  Facebook X  LIVESCIENCE LIVESCINCE Amazing science every daySIGN UP ⋅   WEBSITE Top Science News Earth's gravity knocked pyramid-size asteroid off course during recent ultra-close flyby, NASA images reveal Pl L W E A Amang =f (NASA/JPL-Caltech) Earth's gravity knocked pyramid-size asteroid off course during recent ultra-close flyby, NASA images reveal New photos of the asteroid 2024 MK, which zoomed past Earth in late June, reveal that the massive space rock's orbit has been significantly altered by its close approach to our planet. Read More History & Archaeology Roman emperor Caligula's 2,000-year-old garden unearthed near the Vatican (Italian Ministry of Culture) Roman emperor Caligula's 2,000-year-old garden unearthed near the Vatican The gardens overlooking the Tiber river in Italy once belonged to an infamous Roman emperor. Read More 4,500-year-old tomb in France reveals secrets of how 'European genome' came to be 4,500-year-old tomb in France reveals secrets of how 'European genome' came to be (INRAP, Eva-Maria Geigl, Oğuzhan Parasayan, and Thierry Grange) Researchers used DNA analysis to learn more about ancient human interbreeding. Full Story: Live Science (7/10)  Planet Earth Scientists say they can now forecast a strong El Niño years in advance (Science Photo Library - NASA via Getty Images) Scientists say they can now forecast a strong El Niño years in advance Scientists used thousands of years of past climate data to show that El Niño Southern Oscillations can be predicted more than two years in advance. Read More Astronomy & Astrophysics 'Eyeball' planet spied by James Webb telescope might be habitable (BENOIT GOUGEON, UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTRÉAL) 'Eyeball' planet spied by James Webb telescope might be habitable Located 50 light-years from Earth, the beady-eyed exoplanet LHS 1140 b could be a perfect candidate for discovering liquid water outside the solar system, new research suggests. Read More Physics & Math World's most difficult maze could help reveal the secrets of otherworldly quasicrystals (The University of Bristol) World's most difficult maze could help reveal the secrets of otherworldly quasicrystals Scientists created a maze-like fractal inspired by the movements of chess pieces. The ultra-difficult maze could help to improve our understanding of bizarre quasicrystals. Read More Daily Quiz True or False: Climate change will trigger more frequent and intense earthquakes. (Learn the answer here.) VoteTrue VoteFalse Sign Up  |      |      |      |    CONTACT US: FEEDBACK  |    ADVERTISE Future Future US LLC © Full 7th Floor, 130 West 42nd Street, New York, NY, 10036
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