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Perseverance rover is now ready to unlock the history of Mars.

Endeavors are now preparing to carry out their primary mission: study Jezero Crater and search for signs of ancient life on Mars. About 3.9 billion years ago, the crater was filled with lakes that were fed by the delta. Now, the rocks littered in the barren lake bed can help scientists reconstruct the history of this area on Mars and …

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Researchers recreate the oral microbiome of Neanderthals, primates and humans.

A specimen of Grauer’s gorilla at the Royal Museum for Central Africa in Tervuren (Belgium) showing typical dental calculus on dark stained teeth likely resulting from a herbivorous diet.Credit: Katerina. Guschanski That live in and our bodies are trillions of microbial cells that belong to the thousands of bacteria known as microbiome. These microorganisms play a vital role in human …

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YouTuber Cesar Galaviz wants police to invade the SpaceX launch site in Texas.

CONROE, Texas (KTRK) – An arrest warrant was issued for the YouTuber after he filmed himself at the SpaceX Starship launch site in Texas, according to Cameron County Sheriff Eric Garza. A warrant of arrest Cesar L. Galaviz has been issued for criminal trespassing of intentional entry into SpaceX property without consent. (2021-XARW-0192) pic.twitter.com/UaBrWBJzVC – Sheriff Eric Garza (@SheriffGarza) May …

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Two black holes are awakened into quasars with something … but what?

If a black hole appears to be asleep and not greedily eats food, what happens when something awakens the beast? Why not just one But two Leviathans even woke up to a question that researcher Riccardo Arcodia of the Max Planck Institute of Extraterrestrial Physics is trying to find. What was once a stationary or non-working black hole in two …

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New genetic ‘CopyCatchers’ detect powerful and accurate CRISPR fixes in living organisms.

The red fluorescence detection protein in fruit flies revealed the detection from the actual copy experiment (left) and how the perfect copy appeared (right). The fluorescent cells in the left panel were also lacking. The function of the pigment-generating gene is known as “pale” because of the copying of the CopyCatcher component, which eliminates the function of both pale genes. …

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How to watch the launch of NASA KiNET-X Rocket on Tuesday night

After several days of delays due to inclement weather, NASA is preparing for Tuesday night’s rocket launch, which could be seen from both upstate New York and Vermont. Video above: Additional forecasts for Vermont, New York, the original mission is scheduled to launch on Saturday. But it was delayed due to winds that had exceeded the safe limit, according to …

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Understanding astronaut muscle wasting at the molecular level.

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Researchers from the University of Tsukuba have sent mice into space to explore the effects of space flight and reduce the gravity that causes muscle atrophy or wasted at the molecular level. Gravity is a constant force on Earth through which all living things evolve to depend on and adapt. Space exploration has brought many advances …

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