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Olivia Tucker

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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

Hydrogen-Fueled Future is soon to be a reality thanks to quantum technology

Hydrogen-based fuel has been on cards for scientists for a long time but every time something or the other doesn’t seem feasible. Researchers haven’t...

A fiery final end to Cassini’s mission: Amazing finale to the 20 year long...

Cassini, NASA’s spacecraft designed to obtain in-depth knowledge of Saturn and its surrounding bodies plunged into a choreographed death dive into the planet’s atmosphere...

Chandrayaan-1 provides scientists evidence of widespread water on lunar surface

With its launch on October 21, 2008, the Indian spacecraft Chandrayaan-1 carried NASA’s Moon Mineralogy Mapper with it to the lunar surface. Using the...

Rapid Climatic change brings sad news for coffee lovers

The world’s largest coffee-producing region-Latin America is on direct target of global warming resulting a significant reduction of as big as 88% in coffee...

The final approach of the $4 billion spacecraft towards Saturn’s Atmosphere

Less than a day to mark the end of Cassini’s journey revealing the secrets of this ringed planet. Friday, September 15, 2017 shall be...

UFOs allegedly spotted near NASA’s International Space Station might be a proof on aliens...

UFOs might not be a recent discovery for humans but with every sightings of any UFO, our excitement increases ten-fold and a hope for...

Outer TRAPPIST-1 planets might be habitable: Suggests Hubble

The TRAPPIST-1 system being discovered with seven Earth-sized planets was the most exciting news announced earlier this year. This ultra cool dwarf star is...

Here’s how alien planets could have been spying on us

The mere talk of the possibility of an alien life could lead to a surge in interest from scientists and astronomers. Recently a group...

The Year 2070 might mark the extinction of nearly one-third of parasites on Earth:...

Imagine a world without disease causing parasites; wouldn’t it be a reason for celebration? Provided how much physical, mental and monetary efforts we have...

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