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Hundreds of centuries-old coins unearthed in Germany likely belonged to wealthy 17th-century mayor
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Hundreds of centuries-old coins unearthed in Germany likely belonged to wealthy 17th-century mayor | Evidence of more than 200 survivors of Mount Vesuvius eruption discovered in ancient Roman records | Earth from space: Mysterious, slow-spinning cloud 'cyclone' hugs the Iberian coast Created for [email protected] |  Web Version June 11, 2024 CONNECT WITH LIVESCIENCE  Facebook X  LIVESCIENCE LIVESCINCE Amazing science every daySIGN UP ⋅   WEBSITE Top Science News Hundreds of centuries-old coins unearthed in Germany likely belonged to wealthy 17th-century mayor (Juraj Lipták / State Office for Monument Preservation and Archaeology Saxony-Anhalt) Hundreds of centuries-old coins unearthed in Germany likely belonged to wealthy 17th-century mayor Construction workers have unearthed a collection of 285 silver coins hidden in a trench. Read More History & Archaeology Evidence of more than 200 survivors of Mount Vesuvius eruption discovered in ancient Roman records (Photo 12 / Getty Images) Evidence of more than 200 survivors of Mount Vesuvius eruption discovered in ancient Roman records After Mount Vesuvius erupted, survivors from the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum fled, starting new lives elsewhere. Read More Planet Earth Earth from space: Mysterious, slow-spinning cloud 'cyclone' hugs the Iberian coast (NASA Earth Observatory/MODIS) Earth from space: Mysterious, slow-spinning cloud 'cyclone' hugs the Iberian coast This 2017 satellite photo shows an unusual cloud "cyclone" nestled up against the coastline of Spain and Portugal. Researchers are unsure what caused the strange structure's spin, but ocean eddies and an extreme heat wave likely played key roles. Read More Space 7 potential 'alien megastructures' spotted in our galaxy are not what they seem (NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA) 7 potential 'alien megastructures' spotted in our galaxy are not what they seem Scientists recently identified seven stars in the Milky Way that could potentially be gigantic alien structures called Dyson spheres. New research proposes an alternative explanation: Those are just cosmic "hot DOGs" in disguise. Read More 'Physics itself disappears': How theoretical physicist Thomas Hertog helped Stephen Hawking produce his final, most radical theory of everything 'Physics itself disappears': How theoretical physicist Thomas Hertog helped Stephen Hawking produce his final, most radical theory of everything (Karwai Tang/Getty Images) Theoretical physicist Thomas Hertog tells us how he collaborated with Stephen Hawking on his final theorem — a Darwinian revolution in physics that explains the origin of time. Full Story: Live Science (6/11)  Health 2-in-1 shot for flu and COVID shows promise in advanced trial (mixetto via Getty Images) 2-in-1 shot for flu and COVID shows promise in advanced trial The pharmaceutical company Moderna announced promising results from the ongoing trial of its new vaccine, mRNA-1083. Read More Technology Noise-canceling headphones can use AI to 'lock on' to somebody when they speak and drown out all other noises (Carta fotografo/Getty Images) Noise-canceling headphones can use AI to 'lock on' to somebody when they speak and drown out all other noises Using only a small embeddable computer, microphone-equipped consumer headphones can block out all environmental sounds apart from a single target voice — even if it moves around. Read More Poll Question Which volcano on Mars has a hole in it that could be a future home for astronauts? (Learn the answer here.) VoteOlympus Mons VoteArsia Mons VoteAscraeus Mons VotePavonis Mons 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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