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Oldest material on Earth discovered

  • 13 January 2020
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Oldest material on Earth discovered
Scientists analysing a meteorite have discovered the oldest material known to exist on Earth.
They found dust grains within the space rock - which fell to Earth in the 1960s - that are as much as 7.5 billion years old.

NASA planet hunter finds Earth-sized world in 'Goldilocks zone'

  • 6 January 2020
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NASA planet hunter finds Earth-sized world in 'Goldilocks zone'
NASA said Monday that its planet hunter satellite TESS had discovered an Earth-sized world within the habitable range of its star, which could allow the presence of liquid water.

CEO Tim Cook sees pay ebb along with Apple performance

  • 3 January 2020
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CEO Tim Cook sees pay ebb along with Apple performance
Apple chief Tim Cook saw his annual pay slip to $11.6 million in 2019 after the company registered a weaker financial performance compared with the previous year, according to documents filed Friday.

Huawei says 'survival' top priority as sales fall short

  • 30 December 2019
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Huawei says 'survival' top priority as sales fall short
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei said Tuesday that "survival" was its top priority after announcing 2019 sales were expected to fall short of projections as a result of US sanctions.

Keep an eye out for the century's rarest solar eclipse tomorrow

  • 25 December 2019
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Keep an eye out for the century's rarest solar eclipse tomorrow
People in Qatar could be in for a treat as they might be in the path of a rare and the last solar eclipse of 2019. 
On December 26, places in the Middle East and Asia will be treated to a 'ring of fire' solar eclipse. Observers should be able to see it between 5:30am and 8am on Thursday. 
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