Read more about the article Researchers Find Ancient Mayan City Hidden In Jungle By Using Laser Light
A LiDAR equipment image shows temples, palaces, housing complexes and landscape, terraces and canals, of a city buried underground at Calakmul in Campeche, Mexico, undated. The technology enabled scientists to corroborate that this ancient Mayan city was one of the largest in America, more than 1,300 years ago. (INAH/Newsflash)

Researchers Find Ancient Mayan City Hidden In Jungle By Using Laser Light

Researchers have discovered a huge Mayan settlement hidden under a jungle in Mexico by using laser imaging. The numerous temples, houses, terraces and canals were detected at the Calakmul archaeological site in the state of Campeche, in Mexico. National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) researchers used LiDAR (laser imaging,…

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Thousands Of Bees Captured Swarming A Family’s Porch Light In Florida

Thousands of bees were captured swarming around a family’s porch light in recent images taken in Florida. The bees apparently moved on soon after baffled onlookers reached for their phones to capture the incident. It happened in the coastal city of Cape Coral in the state of Florida on Tuesday,…

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Read more about the article NASA Registers M Class Solar Flare
NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory captured this image of a solar flare – as seen in the bright flash in the upper left portion of the image, on April 20, 2022. (SDO, NASA/Newsflash)

NASA Registers M Class Solar Flare

NASA registered an M-Class solar flare on Wednesday and shared an image that highlights the “extremely hot material” in the powerful radioactive burst. In a statement obtained by Newsflash, NASA said on 21st April: “The Sun emitted a moderate solar flare on April 20, 2022, peaking at 9:59 p.m. ET.…

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Read more about the article Gem 10,000 Times More Valuable Than Diamond Found By Cops In Suspects Car Boot In Turkey
Illustrative image of zultanite, a very rare gem, which is known as the 'sultan of the gems' and famous for changing its colour, is far more rare than a high quality diamond. (Newsflash)

Gem 10,000 Times More Valuable Than Diamond Found By Cops In Suspects Car Boot In Turkey

A rare gem worth 10,000 times more than a diamond and that is only found in one mountain range in Turkey has been found being illegally smuggled in the boot of a suspect's car. The rare gem is reportedly Zultanite, which is a type of diaspore, an aluminium oxide hydroxide…

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Read more about the article Austrias Oldest Shark Teeth Shed Light On Climate Crisis 325M Years Ago
The tooth that was discovered belonged to a newly classified shark species Cladodus gailensis from the Carboniferous Period in Austria over 325 million years ago.

Austrias Oldest Shark Teeth Shed Light On Climate Crisis 325M Years Ago

The teeth of a previously undiscovered shark species considered to be the oldest to have existed in Austria has shed light on a global climate crisis that occurred about 325 million years ago. А research team consisting of researchers from the Natural History Museum (NHM) in the Austrian capital Vienna,…

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Read more about the article Shock Footage As Plane Crashes Onto Busy Street
The crashed plane

Shock Footage As Plane Crashes Onto Busy Street

This startling CCTV footage shows the fatal moment a light aircraft crashes down in the middle of a busy Ukrainian street. The tragic accident took place in the resort city of Odessa in the southern Ukrainian region of the same name on 17th June but the video has only just…

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Read more about the article Machu Picchu To Open For Tourists On 1st July
Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu To Open For Tourists On 1st July

Machu Picchu is to reopen for tourists after the COVID-19 lockdown on 1st July with its capacity reduced from 5,000 visitors to just 675 a day and a traffic light system to ensure social distancing. Jean Paul Benavente, the Governor of the region of Cusco, announced that the number of…

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Read more about the article Japan Study Says UV Light Nearly Kills COVID-19
Japan firm says its deep UV light deactivates coronavirus 99.9%

Japan Study Says UV Light Nearly Kills COVID-19

A Japanese study has shown that deep ultraviolet light can weaken the novel coronavirus and reduce its infection capacity by over 99.9 percent. The research was carried out by the University of Miyazaki in the Japanese city of Miyazaki alongside industrial and medical equipment manufacturers Nikkiso Co Ltd, based in…

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Read more about the article Brain Surgeons Use Mobile Phones For Light During Op
The surgeons using the mobile phone light during operation

Brain Surgeons Use Mobile Phones For Light During Op

This is the moment brain surgeons use their mobile phones as torches while removing a tumour after the lights failed during a power cut. The incident was filmed at the Hospital Barros Luco Trudeau in the commune of San Miguel in the central Chilean province of Santiago, and the footage…

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Read more about the article Shock Wreckage As Pilot, Students Killed In Plane Crash
The wreckage of the DA42 training aircraft

Shock Wreckage As Pilot, Students Killed In Plane Crash

This footage - seen five million times in just over 24 hours - shows the remains of a light training aircraft which Chinese officials say plummeted to the ground after its wings froze during a training flight. The craft operating by Hainan Aviation Academy was piloted by an instructor and…

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