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Hubble is a beautiful stellar nursery.

by ESA / Hubble March 8, 2021 AFGL 5180, a beautiful nursery located in the constellation Gemini (The Twins) taken by the Hubble Space Telescope.Credits: ESA / Hubble & NASA, JC Tan (Chalmers University & University of Virginia), R. Fedriani (Chalmers University), Acknowledgments: Judy Schmidt Set among such numerous star-forming clouds, there are possible clues about the formation of our …

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This ‘Ninja Giant’ is the oldest recorded titanosaur.

A new long-necked dinosaur discovered in Argentina may be the oldest titanosaur ever discovered. Dubbed dinosaur Ninjatitan zapatiWhich lived 140 million years ago, 20 million years before the appearance of the next known species of titanosaur. The discovery suggests that this large group of sauropods emerged for the first time on the supercontinent. GondwanaWhich is made up of what is …

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Comets may seed the Earth with life-saving carbon.

NASA’s aerial telescope made another major discovery just months after it confirmed that water existed on the moon’s sunlit surface. SOFIA’s latest discovery relates to the essence left by the icy comet that moved through Earth in 2016 from its origins outside our solar system. Using one of the infrared instruments, the telescope was able to detect carbon, a vital …

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William ‘brilliant’ about interviewing Oprah as a TV special might be ‘Last nail’ in sibling relationships

Prince William “brilliant” in an interview with Oprah Megan and Harry could be. “Last Nail” in a fraternal relationship The royal family has to wait anxiously wait for an interview on Sunday night, which may be “Causing great damage” according to Vanity Fair. It is reported that Harry had called the queen before the interview and contact with his father …

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Perseverance site named Octavia E.Butler Landing

Like this is cool NASA has named the agency’s Perseverance probe “Octavia E. Butler Landing” after science fiction author Octavia E. Butler. The landing location is star-shaped in this image from a High Resolution Imaging camera. Experiment (HiRISE) aboard NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO). The MRO mission is managed by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, a division of Caltech in Pasadena, …

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First ‘space hurricane’ detected over the North Pole

The 1,000 km “space hurricane”, the plasma raging over the North Pole, was confirmed and described by scientists for the first time, the University of Reading announced in a news conference Thursday. Related to stormy weather on land Unlike the latter, which occurs in Earth’s lower atmosphere, space hurricanes take place in the upper atmosphere. The “storms” here comprise the …

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A surprising new feature of human evolution has been discovered.

Researchers find new characteristics of human evolution. Humans have evolved to use less water per day than other primates. The nose is one of the factors that helps humans use water more efficiently. Scientists have discovered a new feature that distinguishes humans from other primates, such as chimpanzees. Research shows that the human body uses 30% to 50% less water …

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NASA women send America back to the moon – 60 minutes

NASA women send America 60 minutes back to the moon Artemis: How a change in US space policy might drive the next moon landing on Space.com. Fishing on the moon? French scientists think the idea is to swim with the SYFY WIRE possibility. NASA’s new race to get a woman to the moon – 60 minutes, CBS News This decor …

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