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From TheJournal.ie These stunning images from Netflix's Our Planet took four years to capture Wildlife

These stunning images from Netflix's Our Planet took four years to capture

The new series is voiced by David Attenborough.

From TheJournal.ie Scientists are warning of an increase in powerful earthquakes this year Tremors

Scientists are warning of an increase in powerful earthquakes this year

It’s all down to tiny variations in the speed of the planet’s rotation, according to a new study.

From TheJournal.ie In major announcement, Nasa confirms seven Earth-like planets have been discovered Galaxy Quest

In major announcement, Nasa confirms seven Earth-like planets have been discovered

“We will never be completely sure” if there’s life there without going to these planets, researchers said.

The BBC's tweets are the best part of Planet Earth II BBC

The BBC's tweets are the best part of Planet Earth II

That’s saying a lot.

The 'dancing bears' absolutely stole the show on Planet Earth II last night

~My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard~

From TheJournal.ie Scientists have come up with a cunning plan to hide the planet from aliens We're Not In
From TheJournal.ie We're getting children excited about outer space at an earlier age Column

We're getting children excited about outer space at an earlier age

My inner space nerd was delighted to be accepted onto the European Space Agency’s workshop for primary school teachers.

From TheJournal.ie Billion-year-old water discovered in Canada could give clues to early life on Earth Planet Earth

Billion-year-old water discovered in Canada could give clues to early life on Earth

Life-giving chemicals have been discovered in isolated water believed to be 1.5 billion years old, raising hopes of scientists finding surviving microscopic organisms from a prehistoric age.