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Moon dust collected by Neil Armstrong to be sold at auction

July 13 2017
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Moon dust collected by Neil Armstrong during the first lunar landing is being sold at a New York auction.

Giant iceberg breaks off Antarctica

July 12 2017
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One of the biggest icebergs on record has broken away from Antarctica, scientists said on Wednesday, creating an extra hazard for ships around the continent as it breaks up.

Endangered white-rumped vulture sighted in Jajarkot

June 17 2017
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The white-rumped vulture, one of the endangered species has been spotted in Jajarkot district.

High-altitude runner Kilian Jornet conquers Everest, twice

June 17 2017
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Their bodies and brains ravaged by the oxygen-scarce heights of the Himalayas, even the hardiest few who scale the treacherous slopes of Mount Everest cut short celebrations for some well-deserved rest.

UN estimates US climate move could add 0.3 degree temperature rise

June 02 2017
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The US withdrawal from the Paris climate accord could add 0.3 degrees Celsius to global temperatures by the end of the century in a worst case scenario, an official from the UN World Meteorological Organization said on Friday.

Who’s your mummy? Genetic secrets of ancient Egypt unwrapped

May 31 2017
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DNA from mummies found at a site once known for its cult to the Egyptian god of the afterlife is unwrapping intriguing insight into the people of ancient Egypt, including a surprise discovery that they had scant genetic ties to sub-Saharan Afric

Hot air balloon crashes after couple gets engaged on board

May 30 2017
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A romantic moment aboard a hot air balloon nearly ended in tragedy when the balloon crashed just moments after a couple got engaged on board.

Japan’s Princess Mako to marry ocean-loving legal assistant

May 18 2017
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Princess Mako, the granddaughter of Japan’s emperor, will marry an ocean-loving legal assistant who can ski, play the violin and cook.

Encourage indigenous language in primary education : Arunachal Pradesh governor tells teachers

May 05 2017
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Arunachal Pradesh governor P.B. Acharya on Thursday called upon the teachers, particularly those tutors at primary levels to use and promote indigenous languages.

85 year old Nepali plans to scale Mount Everest to break the record of Japanese climber Yuichiro Miura

April 28 2017
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Min Bahadur Sherchan, who was once the oldest climber to scale Mount Everest, is planning to climb the tallest peak of the world next month with the attempt to regain the title at age of 85.

Queen Elizabeth II turns 91 with day at the horse races

April 22 2017
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Britain marked Queen Elizabeth II's 91st birthday on Friday with gun salutes, as the monarch herself enjoyed a family day and a trip to the races.

Stone Age cannibals: Hunting each other not worth the hassle

April 09 2017
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You know those snacks that are OK if they’re handy, but not worth the bother if you have to go track them down? Our Stone Age forerunners may have felt the same way about eating each other.

World's oldest spacewoman sets spacewalking record

March 30 2017
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The world's oldest and most experienced spacewoman, Peggy Whitson, broke another record Thursday as she floated out of the International Space Station to set up a new parking spot.

Thailand’s coin-eating turtle dies of blood poisoning

March 21 2017
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A 25-year-old sea turtle in Thailand who swallowed nearly a thousand coins tossed by tourists seeking good luck died Tuesday, two weeks after having surgery to remove the coins from its stomach.

National flower Rhododendron facing existential crisis in Ilam highlands

March 18 2017
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The national flower of Nepal, rhododendron, is seemingly falling into the list of endangered species of flora in face of negligence and lack of proper conservation efforts by the concerned authorities.