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Perseverance Rover has successfully extracted the ventilated oxygen from the Red Planet’s atmospheric children’s news article.

Mars Oxygen Resource Utilization Experiment Tool (MOXIE) was downgraded in the Perseverance rover (Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech) Since landing on Mars on February 18, 2021, NASA’s Perseverance rover has had a number of “first” successes, including: Beaming Sounds from the surface of the red planet It also made history as the first spacecraft to be recorded from another spacecraft – …

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The research team reads mind to understand the use of human tools.

The team used MRI scanners to collect brain image data as the participants interacted with 3D objects.They used this data to study which brain regions used to hold tools such as knives.Credit: University of East Anglesey. Depleted Researchers at the University of East Anglia have made an amazing discovery about how our brains control our hands. They used MRI data …

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Animal friendships thought to have ended 250 million years ago are still thriving off the coast of Japan.

Off the southwestern coast of Japan, a group of animals coexist in close relationships that researchers think do not exist in modern times. A team of researchers from Japan and Poland found the sea persimmon, which despite its name. Rather, they are animals, not plants, with corals and anemones living on their stalks.In the unlikely event of symbiosis, these organisms …

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‘Living fossils’ rediscovered 273 million years after

This maritime marriage has been going strong for 273 million years. Paleontologists have discovered a biological relationship between two deep-sea creatures thought to have disappeared hundreds of millions of years ago. The ancient pair identified in the new report published in the journal Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology – These are non-skeletal corals and crinoid or sea lilies, which are cousins ​​in …

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Astonishing fossils of jurassic fossils show that there were shrimp that were eaten by squid that were eaten by sharks.

Sometime in the early Jurassic period, ancient octopus-like creatures threw out lobster-like crustaceans with many tentacles on them. When it begins to dig into food, the eater becomes the man who is eaten. A much larger predator swooped in, pulled a piece from the soft center of the octopus and dashed it off, letting the rest of the three-way feeding …

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These 5 Tatooine star systems might actually save lives.

We have one precise data point to measure habitable exoplanets: Earth, as far as we know, life evolved from this single pale blue point, orbiting a single star in the center of the spiral arm. Of a galaxy that no one noticed However, most of the stars in the Milky Way, unlike the Sun, are just hanging around in space. …

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