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Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 are supposed to be dead, but Microsoft's emergency update to address serious vulnerabilities gives organizations another excuse to hang on to these legacy operating systems a little longer.

A team of archaeologists working in Boeslunde, Denmark, has found 2,000 spirals made of pure gold from the Bronze Age, their purpose and fabrication remain a true mystery for scholars.

Another discovery that forces us to rewrite history. The first humans arrived in North America through the Bering Strait 10,000 years earlier than previously thought, according to a new study by researchers from Canadian and British universities.

A map of the entire internet as it was in May 1973 has been found among a bunch of old papers from the Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science in Pittsburgh.

The image of the was taken by Nasa’s Lunar Orbiter I on its 16th orbit of the Earth on August 23, 1966.

Since it was first discovered, a nearby Venus-like planet has captured the attention of astronomers.

The image shows the geographical layer known as the Murray formation, formed from lakebed mud deposits.

Mystery has long surrounded the hundreds of ancient stone monuments found in Britain, from Stonehenge to Castlerigg in the Lake District.

Not to be confused with the 1997 cult classic film of the same name, an event horizon is the radius of space around a black hole that is affected by its pull.

 

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