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Up To 100 Space Missions To The Moon To Take Place In The Next Decade 

Scientists are estimating that as many as 100 lunar missions could be completed within the next decade as interest in the moon heightens. Many nations and private companies have expressed interest in the moon, and cislunar space, referring to the area between Earth and the moon. 
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Physicists Create ‘Baby Wormhole’ Using Quantum Computer

Physicists announced on Wednesday that they had successfully simulated a pair of black holes and created a "theoretical" wormhole on a quantum computer. The researchers were able to transmit a message through the wormhole without affecting space or time, potentially paving the way for future studies of teleportation.
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Genes That Helped People Survive the Plague Linked to Autoimmune Disorders in Descendants

Scientists have discovered that the same genetic characteristics that helped people survive the bubonic plague more than 700 years ago are now linked to an elevated risk of developing certain autoimmune disorders.
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Ancient Mars May Have Been Teeming With Life

Ancient Mars may have had the right environmental conditions to support a subterranean world filled with microscopic organisms, researchers say. These microbes are known to thrive in extreme conditions on earth.
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Solving the Bohr-Einstein Issue of the Moving Hydrogen Atom | Dr. Young Suh Kim

There is no more recognizable name in the history of science and physics than Albert Einstein. Ask any pedestrian on the street in any country, and chances are that they will have heard about the German scientist, often associating him with the title of "genius." However, many people would be surprised to know that the scientist had somewhat of a tumultuous upbringing.