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World Oceans Day 2020: History, significance and theme for this year

Today (June 8) is celebrated as World Oceans Day across the world to remind the people about the importance of the role played by oceans in the lives of human beings.

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International Asteroid Day 2020: History, significance and other details you should know

Asteroids are small, rocky objects that orbit the sun.

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NASA offers $35,000 prize money for designing toilet for Artemis astronauts on moon

NASA said that the astronauts exploring on the Moon will need a smaller, lighter, simpler toilet inside their lunar lander, because every ounce of mass on the lander is carefully allocated.

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NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope displays two stars going haywire; see pics

“These new multi-wavelength Hubble observations provide the most comprehensive view to date of both of these spectacular nebulas. As I was downloading the resulting images, I felt like a kid in a candy store,” said Joel Kastner of Rochester Institute of Technology.

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