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New York, Aug 18 (IBNS): Dim objects called brown dwarfs, less massive than the sun but more massive than Jupiter, have powerful winds and clouds -- specifically, hot patchy clouds made of iron droplets and silicate dust.

NASA study finds drought recoveries taking longer
Washington, Aug 16 (IBNS): As global temperatures continue to rise, droughts are expected to become more frequent and severe in many regions during this century.
NASA studies Tethered CubeSat Mission to study Lunar Swirls
Washington, Aug 9 (IBNS): A novel mission concept involving two CubeSats connected by a thin, miles-long tether could help scientists understand how the Moon got its mysterious “tattoos” — swirling patterns of light and dark found at more than 100 locations across the lunar surface.
When you're blue, so are your Instagram photos, finds study
New York, Aug 8 (IBNS): When you're feeling blue, your photos turn bluer, too. And more gray and dark as well, with fewer faces shown. In other words, just like people can signal their sadness by body language and behavior—think deep sighs and slumped shoulders—depression reveals itself in social media images.
Can discrimination contribute to feelings of radicalization?, que...
Washington, Aug 8 (IBNS): Muslim immigrants who feel marginalized and discriminated against in countries that expect them to integrate into their culture and society are more likely to experience psychological threats to their own significance that could be related to increased support of radicalism, according to new research presented at the American Psychological Association’s 125th Annual Convention.
India witnesses partial lunar eclipse on Monday
Kolkata, Aug 07 (IBNS) India on Monday night witnessed a partial lunar eclipse for two hours from 10-55 pm.

Partial lunar eclipse on Monday to be visible from India
New Delhi, Aug 7 (IBNS): Weather permitting, most parts of India, will be able to view the partial lunar eclipse to take place on Monday, according to media reports.
Origin of human genus may have occurred by chance, finds study
Washington, Aug 6 (IBNS): An often cited claim that humans, who are smarter and more technologically advanced than their ancestors, originated in response to climate change is challenged in a new report by a Center for the Advanced Study of Human Paleobiology researcher at George Washington University.
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