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The detection of hydrogen gas in the plumes of Enceladus is suggestive that like Earth, hydrogen is pouring into the Moon's subsurface ocean from hydrothermal activity on the seafloor. "Now, Enceladus is high on the list in the solar system for showing habitable conditions", said Hunter Waite, one of the study's leading researchers.
  • Thunder vs. Rockets Game 1 Pick

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    During the Rockets' first possession of the second half, as the shot clock was about to expire, James Harden was good on a deep 3-pointer over the reach of OKC's Taj Gibson . The Rockets' offense has been fueled by Harden's brilliance at that particular skill all season long. Wall scored 15 points in the third quarter and finished with 14 assists.
  • Saturn's moon boasts all the ingredients for life

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    Scientists have been trying to find out the prime candidates for life within our solar system and all of the necessary things to support life have now been found on one of the moons that orbits Saturn. "This hydrogen is a good source of chemical energy to support life". "It would be wonderful but we haven't discovered organisms in the ocean on Enceladus", said Voytek during the announcement.
  • #BoycottSnapchat Is Trending, Why Have Thousands Of Users Deleted The App

    #BoycottSnapchat Is Trending, Why Have Thousands Of Users Deleted The App

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    The comments came to light after former employee Anthony Pompliano filed a lawsuit in January alleging that the app falsified its user metrics. Snapchat's customer ratings on the Apple Store recently plummeted to one-and-a-half stars following allegations that the company's CEO had claimed he wasn't interested in expanding the application to " poor countries ".
  • Mourinho heaps praise on

    Mourinho heaps praise on "fantastic" Rashford

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    Chelsea still lead the standings with 75 points but are now threatened by the Tottenham Hotspurs, with 71 points and in second place. Rashford and Ander Herrera scored the goals in the Old Trafford game, and Conte believes the title is now a 50-50 shot.
  • Sebastian Vettel wins his second Grand Prix of 2017 in Bahrain

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    As Sunday's race was drawing to a close under floodlights, Hamilton was catching fast but ran out of time and finished nearly seven seconds behind. Hamilton now trails Ferrari's Vettel by seven points after three races. "More importantly, however, we are now completely confident that our victory in Melbourne wasn't just a one-off and that we will be at the forefront of this world championship until the last".
  • Roger Federer not certain of competing at French Open

    Roger Federer not certain of competing at French Open

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    Federer , now ranked fourth in the world, has indicated that he has no plans on retiring having signed a deal to play in the Basel tournament until 2019. The only thing I can say is that when the end comes, it comes in a fast way and you do not expect it. "Something happens and everything changes". "We will sit and speak about it: will we skip the clay season?" "I never thought about it (retirement even after winning the Australian Open)".
  • Apple is Now Licensed to Test Self-Driving Cars in California

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    On the list of companies receiving permits to test self-driving vehicles on California roads, Apple's name popped up for the first time at the very end of the list of 29 other firms. Speculation about Apple's interest in expanding into automobiles began swirling in 2015 amid media reports that the company had begun secretly working on building its own electric auto under the name project "Titan".
  • Xiaomi teasers hint at 6GB RAM, dual cameras for Mi 6

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    Not one, but three images of the device have surfaced online (via AndroidHeadlines). The Xiaomi Mi 6 and Mi 6 Plus are expected to be available with a starting price of 2,199 Yuan (approximately Rs 20,630) and 2,699 Yuan (approximately Rs 25,317) respectively.
  • Saturn's moon Enceladus has ideal conditions for life

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    The probe found the hydrogen when it made its last and closest pass through plumes at Enceladus' south pole on October 28, 2015. The spacecraft took reading of water and sent it back to earth for study. Ice plumes shooting into space from the ocean-bearing moon contain hydrogen from hydrothermal vents, an environment that some scientists believe led to the rise of life on Earth.