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Iranian gardens, imaginative symbols of paradise on earth
Iranian gardens have for nearly 6,000 years combined the beauty of nature with the aesthetic qualities of art and architecture to create a symbolic representation of paradise on earth.
Orbits of Jupiter and Venus affect Earth’s climate: Study
Who knew? The orbits of planets hundreds of millions of miles away can change weather patterns here on Earth.
Earth's carbon dioxide levels continue to soar
Carbon dioxide — the gas scientists say is most responsible for global warming — reached its highest level in recorded history last month, at 410 parts per million.
Space agencies aim to deliver rocks from Mars to Earth
The US and European space agencies are edging towards a joint mission to bring back rock and soil samples from Mars.
Four-eyed lizard roamed the Earth 49m years ago
When it comes to this ancient monitor lizard, the nickname ‘four eyes’ is all too accurate. Scientists recently took a closer look at fossils of the reptile and discovered it had two extra eyes on top of its head.
First the Moon, then Earth: New theory reverses formation story
Earth's Moon formed inside a cloud of molten rock, and may have done so before our planet itself formed, a new theory suggested.
Scientists build an 'alien' ocean on Earth
An ‘alien’ ocean has been built on Earth by researchers. The simulation of another world could help us explore more of our solar system and understand the strange worlds that lurk within it.
At least 3 planets of TRAPPIST-1 system may contain Earth-like atmospheres: Study
At least three out of the seven planets of the TRAPPIST-1 planetary system might contain Earth-like atmospheres, raising hopes that the 40-light-year away territorial worlds are enveloped in life-supporting air, new study says.
Earth becoming a desert without climate deal
Climate researchers are warning that a large chunk of the globe could become a desert if the goals of the Paris climate change accord are not met.
Scientists uncover mysterious deep underwater sound that might be the hum of Earth
Scientists have captured a noise from deep inside the Earth, however, they are still no closer to working out what it is.
Meteors delivered just the right amount of salt to jumpstart life on early Earth
New analysis confirmed the meteorites that formed Earth delivered just the right amount of salt to support life.
Killer quakes, volcanoes to rip Earth apart in 2018
Massive earthquakes and raging volcanoes which could kill off life on the planet are expected to soar in 2018 as the Earth’s molten core puts the brakes on the planet’s rotation.
As Earth's rotation slows down, scientists predict more intense earthquakes
Geologists have warned that deadly earthquakes could become more frequent in the coming year and that they are likely to be caused by the slowing down of the Earth's rotation.
Experiment on Earth suggests microbes could survive on Mars
To better understand the limits of survival in our solar system and beyond, researchers exposed microbial communities to conditions replicating the harsh environment found on Mars.
Out-of-control space station to crash into Earth
An 8.5-ton space station is out-of-control and about to crash into Earth within months but no one knows where it will land, according to experts.

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