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There's New Evidence That Saturn’s Moon Enceladus Could Support Life

A reanalysis of data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft suggests that Saturn's moon Enceladus has a great chemical diversity, making it a top candidate for finding alien life within our solar system. The study identified more complex molecules, including hydrocarbons like hydrogen cyanide and ethane, as well as partially oxidized compounds. These molecules, along with previously detected components, could serve as building blocks for life and potentially support an independent origin of life on Enceladus.

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In Pictures: See February's Full Snow Moon Light Up the Sky Around the World

Skywatchers around the world captured stunning images of February's Snow Moon, the smallest full moon of 2024. Despite its diminutive size, astrophotographers still managed to snap some impactful photos. From New York City to California and even as far as Pakistan and India, people marveled at the beauty of this celestial event. If you missed it, don't worry - mark your calendars for March 25 when the Worm Moon will light up the night sky next!

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Inside the World's First Zero-Waste Restaurant

At Silo, the world's first zero-waste restaurant, founder Douglas McMaster is leading a revolution in waste management. With a 'bin-first' approach to menu design, they compost what isn't served and recycle any packaging. Their innovative methods have caught the attention of critics but are inspiring change in the industry. McMaster's passion for sustainability is evident in every aspect of Silo, from their unique dishes to their commitment to reducing waste.

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This Retiree Adopts Senior Dogs to Give Them the Best Last Years Ever

Steve Greig, devastated by the loss of his dog Wolfgang in 2012, found healing by adopting senior dogs. The retired accountant from Denver now cares for 11 elderly canines and shares their journey on Instagram with over a million followers. Each adoption brings new rewards and colors to his life, turning pain into purpose. Greig encourages others to consider adopting senior pets, as they are often the best versions of themselves just like people are in their twilight years.

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A New Breakthrough Has Brought Us One Step Closer to Greener "Water Batteries"

An RMIT-led research team has developed recyclable "water batteries" that could replace lead-acid batteries, using a safer and greener approach. These water batteries use pure water with additives instead of hazardous chemicals, making them easy to recycle without pollution risks. The technology offers advantages like fire prevention, lower costs, and potential for household or solar power storage applications.

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Some of the World's Oldest Footprints Have Been Discovered in Morocco

In a groundbreaking discovery, researchers in Morocco have uncovered ancient footprints that may be some of the oldest trackways ever found. The team, led by archaeology professor Mouncef Sedrati, discovered these trails on a beach near Larache and believe they date back to around 100,000 years ago. With the help of scientists from Germany, France, Spain and Morocco, Sedrati's team used advanced dating techniques to determine that the tracks were made during the Late Pleistocene period.

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A New Synthetic Compound Can Kill "Superbugs" Resistant to Antibiotics

In a groundbreaking discovery, Harvard researchers have developed an antibiotic called cresomycin that can combat drug-resistant infections, saving lives worldwide. The synthetic compound has proven highly effective against superbugs like Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Led by Professor Andrew Myers, the team's innovative approach targets bacterial ribosomes to fight off these deadly infections. This promising breakthrough offers hope in the ongoing battle against antibiotic resistance and could revolutionize modern medicine.

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Astronomers Have Discovered New Moons Around Uranus and Neptune

Astronomers using ground-based telescopes have discovered a new moon orbiting Uranus and two around Neptune. The Uranian moon, the first in over 20 years, is only 5 miles wide and takes 680 days to complete an orbit. The Neptunian moons are larger but also faint, requiring special image processing for detection. These discoveries add to the fascinating celestial bodies surrounding our solar system's ice giant planets.

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Here Are 11 Things People Do in Finland, the Happiest Country in the World

In 2023, Finland was named the happiest country in the world by the World Happiness Report for the sixth year in a row. From free education to unique customs like leaving babies outside to nap, Finland's happiness is a result of various factors. Finnish parents receive baby boxes with essentials and enjoy generous parental leave benefits after childbirth. With its focus on work-life balance, nature-loving culture, and sauna traditions, Finland offers valuable insights into living a more contented life.

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How a Green Dress is Uniting Children With a Rare Disorder

A heartwarming project involving a little green dress is bringing together children worldwide with a rare disorder called CDKL5 deficiency. More than 100 families in countries like Norway, Denmark, and the United States have been touched by this initiative. Verity from Coseley celebrated her fifth birthday in the special dress, becoming the 92nd person to wear it. The project aims to create a sense of community for families affected by CDD, providing support and connection through shared experiences.

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This Baby Still in Diapers is Wowing Everyone With His Musical Talent

A 1 1/2-year-old musical prodigy named Gavrill Sherbenko is capturing hearts with his impressive piano skills and joyful playing. Surrounded by a musical family, he shows an innate understanding of music beyond his years. With love and encouragement, Gavrill's talent shines as he plays chords and coordinates notes on the piano at a young age. Follow his musical journey on YouTube for more heartwarming performances!

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In Pictures: See February's Full Snow Moon Light Up the Sky Around the World

Inside the World's First Zero-Waste Restaurant

This Retiree Adopts Senior Dogs to Give Them the Best Last Years Ever

A New Breakthrough Has Brought Us One Step Closer to Greener "Water Batteries"

Some of the World's Oldest Footprints Have Been Discovered in Morocco

A New Synthetic Compound Can Kill "Superbugs" Resistant to Antibiotics

Astronomers Have Discovered New Moons Around Uranus and Neptune

Here Are 11 Things People Do in Finland, the Happiest Country in the World

How a Green Dress is Uniting Children With a Rare Disorder

This Baby Still in Diapers is Wowing Everyone With His Musical Talent