Moon’s crust richer in metals like iron and titanium than Earth’s

The Moon has a bonanza of metals like iron and titanium deep below its surface, according to NASA, raising questions over a long held formation theory. The leading theory claims that the Moon formed out of the wreckage created when a Mars-sized planet called Theia collided with the young Earth 4.5 billion years ago. If … Read more Moon’s crust richer in metals like iron and titanium than Earth’s

Iron Maiden star Bruce Dickinson was ‘stunned’ by the death of his estranged wife

Iron Maiden star Bruce Dickinson was ‘stunned’ by the sudden death of his estranged wife, with friends saying the rocker thought she was ‘happier and more settled’.  Tragic Patrice Bowden, 58, – known as Paddy – was found dead at her £3 million gated townhouse in Chiswick, west London, which she shared with the rock … Read more Iron Maiden star Bruce Dickinson was ‘stunned’ by the death of his estranged wife

8th century BC Iron Age ‘Princess’ tomb discovered in France

The remains of a 2,200-year-old woman dripping with blue glass beads and wearing a copper belt buckle have been discovered by French Archaeologists. The body, alleged to be a Princess, was found lying on its back with arms resting at its sides a few feet below the surface outside Saint-Vulbas, about 20 miles from Lyon. … Read more 8th century BC Iron Age ‘Princess’ tomb discovered in France

Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson’s estranged wife dies in ‘tragic accident’, family reveal

Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson’s estranged wife Paddy Bowden dies in ‘tragic accident’ at their former marital home months after their split Paddy Bowden passed away at their marital home in Chiswick, West London Dickinson said: ‘This is a terrible tragedy which appears to be a tragic accident’ London Ambulance Service confirmed they had attended, … Read more Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson’s estranged wife dies in ‘tragic accident’, family reveal

Iron Age ring and Medieval brooch discovered in Shropshire declared ‘treasure’ by coroner

Iron Age gold ring and Medieval silver brooch featuring two flag-bearing centaurs discovered by metal detectorists in Shropshire are declared ‘treasure’ in first inquest held over video link The items were found by detectorists Mark Lambert and Christopher Mussell The brooch — which features two centaurs — dates back to 1200–1300 AD From 400–200 BC, the ring meanwhile … Read more Iron Age ring and Medieval brooch discovered in Shropshire declared ‘treasure’ by coroner