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new stars burst into being in the star-forming nebula Messier 78
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A new study of one of the most fundamental molecules in the universe has given scientists clues into how the very first stars were formed. For the first time, researchers have calculated the vibration patterns of a compound called H3+ (also known as a triatomic hydrogen ion), which consists of three hydrogen atoms sharing two electrons....

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Test your knowledge of the weird and wonderful creatures of cryptozoology.
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Ever seen Bigfoot's eyeshine in your headlights at night? Heard a splash and sworn you saw Nessie's tail disappearing below the lake surface? Cryptic creatures of myth and legend are known the world over. Test your knowledge of the weird and wonderful creatures of cryptozoology. 
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6 deadliest shipwrecks
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With millions of ships at sea at any given time, accidents are inevitable. And occasionally, an ocean voyage turns terribly tragic. Death tolls can be hard to confirm given stowaways and overloaded ships, and some of the deadliest disasters have occurred on riverboats, not on the open ocean. Here, however, we focus on disasters on the sea. Read on for a list of the deadliest ocean shipwrecks in history.
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