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The swell shark lives about 1,000 to 2,000 feet down in the ocean. This is their home where they expand to approximately double its regular size by swallowing water.View More Why Does Swell Shark Glow Green in the Deep Ocean?
Scientists find out more than 200,000 kinds of ocean viruses. “This is a pretty amazing study, said Louis-Marie Bobay, a microbial genomicist from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, who was not involved in the work. “We know so little about viral ecology in much of the ocean, and this is some of the most impressive, and global, data ever collected.View More Scientists Discover More Than 200,000 Ocean Viruses
You think that you have some imaginations of how deep the ocean is? In our opinion your vision will be changed after watching the video which is explaining and exploring how deep the ocean actually is. In this video the author explored just how deep the ocean actually is while discussing some of the strange life down there.View More How Deep the Ocean Is? Watch the Incredible Video
The American SpaceX company’s Dragon cargo capsule is heading back to Earth having spent a week attached to the International Space Station (ISS). Built by commercial company Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX), the Dragon capsule was detached from the space station by astronauts using the outpost’s robotic arm, which officially released the spacecraft at 5:49 a.m. EDT (0949 GMT). Dragon is the first private spacecraft ever to visit the $100 billion space station.View More SpaceX Dragon capsule Returns to Earth
On June 5th, 2012, Venus will pass across the face of the sun, producing a silhouette that no one alive today will likely see again. Transits of Venus are very rare, coming in pairs separated by more than a hundred years. This June’s transit, the bookend of a 2004-2012 pair, won’t be repeated until the year 2117. Fortunately, the event is widely visible. Observers on seven continents, even a sliver of Antarctica, will be in position to see it.View More Transit of Venus 2012
A so-called annular solar eclipse, which took place on May 20, was seen across the globe from late afternoon to early evening, beginning in East Asia and traveling across to the western United States. In an annular solar eclipse, the moon does not completely block the sun, but leaves a fiery ring around its circumference. Observers along a narrow path were well placed to see the full annular solar eclipse, but skywatchers elsewhere (with the exception of the U.S. East Coast) caught a stunning partial eclipse.View More Annular Solar Eclipse 2012
According to scientists reef sharks have dropped sharply near populated islands in the Pacific Ocean. The survey by the University of Hawaii showed that the numbers were drastically lower near populated islands in Hawaii, the Mariana Archipelago and American Samoa, compared to more pristine, remote areas in the ocean. As said lead author Marc Nadon from the Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research at the University of Hawaii they estimate that reef shark numbers have dropped substantially around populated islands, generally by more than 90 percent compared to those at the most untouched reefs.View More Pacific Reef Shark Populations in Steep Decline
Unmanned cargo ship arrived at the International Space Station on March 28. After five days chasing down the space station in orbit, the European Space Agency’s third Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV-3) arrived at the complex at 6:31 p.m. EDT (2231 GMT). The vehicle is carrying about 7 tons of food, water, clothing, experiments and fuel for the space station in what is the heaviest load ever delivered to the outpost by a robotic spacecraft.View More Unmanned Cargo Ship Arrived at Space Station
According to scientists at Yale University America and Eurasia will crash into each other over the North Pole in 50-200 million years time. A supercontinent last formed 300 million years ago, when all the land masses grouped together on the equator as Pangaea, centred about where West Africa is now. After looking at the geology of mountain ranges around the world, geologists had assumed that the next supercontinent would form either in the same place as Pangaea, closing the Atlantic Ocean like an accordion, or on the other side of the world, in the middle of the current Pacific Ocean.View More Amasia the Next Supercontinent in North Pole