Incredible Snaps Show Ancient Roman-Era Remains On Seabed

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Image shows the shipwreck on the bottom of the Skerki Bank. (Vincent Creuze ROV Drassm/Newsflash)

These remarkable underwater snaps show a treasure trove of shipwrecked Roman-era remains that ended up at the bottom of the Mediterranean. The astonishingly well-preserved finds are understood to come from…

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SpaceX Launches Its 25th Resupply Mission To The International Space Station

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Liftoff of SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket, carrying the Cargo Dragon spacecraft to the International Space Station on the 14th of July 2022 in Florida, USA. (NASA's Kennedy Space Center/Newsflash)

SpaceX has achieved a new milestone and the launch of its 25th resupply mission to the International Space Station. The footage was obtained from NASA's Kennedy Space Center (KSC), which…

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USD 215 Million Compo Fund For Hitlers Victims Closed

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Claims Committee Chairman Sir Franklin Berman takes the lectern – a view to the audience. Reception in honor of the Claims Committee held at the Austrian Parliament on 4 April 2017. (Parlamentsdirektion, Johannes Zinner/Newsflash)

A programme that handed out USD 215 million in compensation to victims of Nazi plunder in World War II has closed in Austria, the birthplace of Adolf Hitler. Trustees of…

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Telescope Hopes To Be Able To See Back To Birth Of First Galaxies By Super Cooling Equipment

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In this illustration, the multilayered sunshield on NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope stretches out beneath the observatory’s honeycomb mirror. The sunshield is the first step in cooling down Webb’s infrared instruments, but the Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI) requires additional help to reach its operating temperature. (NASA GSFC, CIL, Adriana Manrique Gutierrez/Newsflash)

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope is being deep frozen in order to aid in its latest mission to see the first galaxies to form after the big bang. Webb’s Mid-Infrared…

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Tapirs Flee Ukrainian Zoo Where Three Keepers Have Died And Animals Face Euthanasia Or Starvation

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A zoo worker evacuated Ukraine's only family of tapirs, a rare mammal that has lived on Earth for 20 million years, from Kharkiv on 2nd April 2022. (@FeldmanEcopark/Newsflash)

These three unusual refugees have managed to flee their destroyed Ukrainian home to safety in the back of a van. A brave Ukrainian zookeeper managed to ferry the only family…

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Grieving Dad Shares Heartbreaking Snap As He Opens Up About Teen Daughters Suicide To Raise Awareness Of Bullying

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Jose Manuel Lopez and his daughter Kira, the 15-year-old girl who had killed herself allegedly because of bullying on 19th May 2021 in Barcelona. (@JMporKiraLopez/Newsflash)

This grieving dad seen here in happier times with his teenage daughter has opened up about the bullying that led the 15-year-old to tragically take her own life. Teenage Kira…

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Ancient Egyptian Golden Tongues Used By The Dead To Talk To Osiris Found In Mouths Of Mummies In 2,500 Year Old Tombs

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Three golden tongue-shaped amulets found in a human remains from Roman period. (Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities/Newsflash)

Three ancient Egyptian golden tongues used by the dead to talk to Osiris on their way to the afterlife have been found in tombs believed to be 2,500 years old.…

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NASAs Martian Rover Captures Space Chopper Carrying Out Flight Across The Planets Dusty Surface

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Perseverance Mars rover captures a close-up view of the 13th flight of the agency’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter, on Sept. 4, 2021. (NASA,JPL-Caltech,ASU,MSSS/Newsflash)

This is the moment the Ingenuity Mars Helicopter is captured by NASA's Mars 2020 Perseverance rover carrying out a complicated flight in preparation for an upcoming mission on the red…

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NASA To Land Ice Mining Robot On Moon In First Ever Attempt To Extract Resources

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Illustration of Intuitive Machines’ Nova-C lander with a depiction of NASA’s Polar Resources Ice-Mining Experiment-1 (PRIME-1) attached to the spacecraft on the surface of the Moon. (Intuitive Machines/Newsflash)

NASA has announced that next year it will deliver an ice-mining machine connected to a robotic lander to the Moon in the first-ever attempt to find and extract resources from…

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