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Olivia Tucker

Olivia has a Bachelor in Journalism from Utrecht (the Netherlands). She did an internship with a local media company and eventually ended up being a founding member of Herald Keeper. Email: olivia@heraldkeeper.com

Ancient DNA Study Confirms India to Accommodate Ostriches 25000 Years Ago

Ostriches, the largest and heaviest flightless birds, which are believed to be exclusive-native to Africa, was also found in India some 25,000 years ago,...

Bogoslof Volcano Blows Up Again; Send-Off Biggest Cloud to Date

Volcanic activities across the world have always been an intriguing subject for scientists. Over the year numerous volcanic events have been recorded in different...

Kepler Telescope Transmits New Intriguing Information about TRAPPIST-1

Earlier this Year, a team of scientists including those from the European Southern Observatory and NASA’s Spitzer telescope team declared that TRAPPIST-1, a star...

Mars Mineralogy Suggests Red Planet Be More Flushed With Water than Previous Credence

Martian surface, atmosphere, and character have been intriguing for scientists and researchers worldwide are trying really hard to decode the Martian mystery. In a...

China Soon To Launch Rockets from Aircraft: Confirms a Senior Chinese Official 

If reports are to be believed, China is developing rockets which will be launched from aircraft – a technological breakthrough which may empower Chinese...
The central region of a rich galaxy cluster about 250 million light years from Earth.

NASA’s Hubble Clicks Supermassive Hybrid Galaxy at Pisces-Perseus Supercluster Region

Hubble Space Telescope has relayed back a new image this week which is clearly showcasing a new galaxy, with unbelievable mass. Named as UGC...

NASA’s MAVEN Spacecraft Take Rare Evasive Manoeuvre to Avoid Crash with Martian Moon Phobos

NASA’s MAVEN Spacecraft, which is studying Mars’ atmosphere, water source, origin and other details since more than two years has changed its usual orbital...

Scientists Confirm the 4.3-Billion-Years-Old Canadian Microfossil to Be Earth’s Oldest Life Evidence

Life on earth has always been the source of mystery for the scientists. Thus far, a number of researches and experiments have been conducted...

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