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The new state of one-dimensional quantum gas

Credit: CC0 Public Domain As the story progresses, Greek mathematician and mathematician Archimedes encounters an invention as he travels through ancient Egypt, which will later bear his name. It was a machine made up of a screw inside a hollow tube that trapped and pulled water as it turned. Now, researchers led by Stanford University physicist Benjamin Lev have developed …

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Recipients cannot be prevented. Said Scott Lee.

Scott Gottlieb on Thursday warned coronavirus vaccine recipients not to be promptly treated by personnel, telling CNBC that public health measures such as wearing a mask should be followed. The former commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said the recommendations are particularly important for older Americans at high risk of death or serious illness from COVID-19. “I think …

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SpaceX’s cargo dragon makes its first attack on the Atlantic Ocean.

The SpaceX Dragon cargo ship, full of science experiments, the case of wine and living mice made the first splash in the Atlantic, NASA confirmed. The spacecraft automatically unlocked from the International Space Station on Tuesday, Jan. 12, after 36 days stuck to the orbiting laboratory. Among the experiments on board were Bordeaux wine crates, live mice and 3D-printed eyes, …

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NASA Curiosity rover celebrates the 3,000th day on Mars with beautiful panoramas of the planet.

NASA’s A curious rover Just celebrated an important event – 3,000 days on the Martian surface. To celebrate this occasion, the space agency has released a stunning new panorama of the Red Planet taken by the rover. Curiosity landed on Mars on August 6, 2012, however, scientists tracked its activity on a Tuesday called “Sols”, slightly longer than Earth Day …

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How to watch NASA fire up a huge moon SLS rocket on Saturday

The latest SLS Green Run test is taking place at NASA’s Stennis Space Center in Mississippi. NASA NASA has big dreams for 2021.One of the main goals was to launch Artemis I, an undiscovered lunar mission, to show that the Orion spacecraft and the Space Launch System rocket can safely send humans to our lunar neighbors. But first, NASA plans …

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Astronomers have found the oldest supermassive black hole in the universe.

This site may earn affiliate commissions from links on this page. Terms of use Astronomers have discovered approximately 750,000 quasars, one of the brightest and most powerful objects in the universe. Despite its uninspiring name, J0313-1806 differs from other quasars.This newly-spotted object is the oldest known quasar in the universe, with a supermassive black hole over 13 thousand. Millions of …

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A new study suggests that the world loses about 1% to 2% of insects annually.

The world’s major insect kingdom is now between “Thousands of traumatic deaths”, according to the world’s leading insect experts. Climate change, pesticides, herbicides, light pollution, invasive species and changes in agriculture and land use cause the world to lose about 1 percent to 2 percent of insects each year, says David Wagner, an entomologist at the University of Connecticut. Tikat …

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