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Asteroid news: Watch as fireball EXPLODES over England leaving witnesses stunned

1 month ago   |   By Daily Express

A MAJOR fireball lit up the skies above England, producing a tail made of fire which mesmerised witnesses.
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Astronaut Tim Peake to host a new series of landmark films for The One Show

Astronaut Tim Peake to host a new series of landmark films for The One Show

Astronaut Tim Peake will be hosting a new series of films for The One Show in which he will look at various topics in the field of science and technology. The first film in the... Read more ...

Space weather forecast: Solar storm to hit Earth TOMORROW

Space weather forecast: Solar storm to hit Earth TOMORROW

A SOLAR storm is forecast to batter Earth all weekend, causing auroras in the upper reaches of the northern hemisphere, space weather forecasters have stated. Read more ...

Coronavirus vs flu: THIS is what makes COVID-19 more concerning than flu

Coronavirus vs flu: THIS is what makes COVID-19 more concerning than flu

CORONAVIRUS is a much more serious problem than flu for one simple reason, an expert has outlined. Read more ...

Study finds mice have facial expressions too

Study finds mice have facial expressions too

An artist's impression of the facial expressions of a mouse responding to different stimuli. Mice, like humans, have facial expressions that can reveal their emotional state... Read more ...

NASA shares heavenly image of stars being BORN in deep space

NASA shares heavenly image of stars being BORN in deep space

NASA has shared an almost heavenly image of a distant nebula which is birthing stars deep into the cosmos. Read more ...

Coronavirus Testing in Tokyo

Coronavirus Testing in Tokyo

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Frankenstein's insects: The Victorian scientist who turned electricity into life

Frankenstein's insects: The Victorian scientist who turned electricity into life

ANDREW CROSSE experimented with electricity extensively in the 1800s, and claimed to be able to turn crystals into tiny, living insects. Read more ...

Five Tips for Designing Remote or Asynchronous Learning

Five Tips for Designing Remote or Asynchronous Learning

While real-time class time is often most familiar and preferred, it's not always realistic given home circumstances. Rather than thinking about learning as something that... Read more ...

The 7 Deadly Sins of Coronavirus Thinking

The 7 Deadly Sins of Coronavirus Thinking

With the COVID-19 pandemic causing a great deal of anxiety, we might come to think people are irrational, selfish or downright crazy. We see people showing up to public venues... Read more ...