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Mars digger bites the dust after 2 years on the red planet

Mars digger bites the dust after 2 years on the red planet

Scientists in Germany spent two years trying to get their heat probe, dubbed the mole, to drill into the Martian crust. NASA declared the Mars digger dead Thursday after failing to burrow deep into the red planet to take its temperature. Scientists in Germany spent 

French baker’s hunger strike saves apprentice from deportation

French baker’s hunger strike saves apprentice from deportation

If you protect someone, you protect them A French baker who went on a hunger strike to protest against the deportation of his undocumented migrant apprentice succeeded in his mission after going 11 days without food. Stéphane Ravacley, 50, was briefly hospitalized as he attempted 

How can I refinance my mortgage with bad credit?

How can I refinance my mortgage with bad credit?

Bad credit happens. This may be especially true for the thousands of people out of work due to the coronavirus pandemic. Even so, you can refinance your mortgage with bad credit. It may be more challenging, but it’s possible. The coronavirus pushed interest rates to 

NASA helps cement plan to return to the moon

NASA helps cement plan to return to the moon

JAXA will provide technical expertise, devices for life support and environmental control system, batteries, thermal control, and imagery components Though NASA may have trouble returning to the moon by 2024, the U.S. space agency is doing what it can to eventually explore the lunar surface, 

$226,566 in free retirement money is available for some Americans

$226,566 in free retirement money is available for some Americans

Don’t pass up the money if you’re entitled to it It’s not very often that you can get hundreds of thousands of dollars in free money. But some Americans have a prime opportunity to do just that, simply by making a smart financial choice. That 

Can you catch a cold from being in the cold?

Can you catch a cold from being in the cold?

It’s true: We’re sicker in the winter. But it’s not the frigid temperatures to blame. This winter, there’s a good chance that people will be spending more time than ever outdoors, given restrictions on indoor dining and gatherings related to COVID-19. And, for much of 

Warming oceans may be choking off oxygen to starfish, causing them to ‘drown’

Warming oceans may be choking off oxygen to starfish, causing them to ‘drown’

Warming ocean temperatures are fueling increases in organic material and bacteria that suck up oxygen in these watery habitats. A mysterious wasting disease seen in starfish around the world may be the result of respiratory distress tied to warming oceans, according to a new study. 

US intelligence agencies have 180 days to share what they know about UFOs, thanks to the Covid-19 relief and spending bill

US intelligence agencies have 180 days to share what they know about UFOs, thanks to the Covid-19 relief and spending bill

When President Donald Trump signed the $2.3 trillion coronavirus relief and government funding bill into law in December, so began the 180-day countdown for US intelligence agencies to tell Congress what they know about UFOs. No, really. The director of National Intelligence and the secretary