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New Horizons spacecraft data shows there are fewer galaxies in the universe than previously thought.

This artist’s illustration shows NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft in the outer solar system. On the back there is the sun and a glowing band representing the zodiac light, which is caused by sunlight reflected by dust. With travel beyond the inner solar system and accompanying light pollution, New Horizons can answer the question: How dark is space? At the bottom …

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Astronomers observe the death of a distant galaxy for the first time.

For the first time, astronomers have witnessed the death of a distant galaxy, which they describe as the “A truly violent event” When all the stars in the galaxy die and new stars no longer form, the galaxy will not have. This happens when all the galactic gases are ejected, making it impossible for new stars to form. According to …

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NASA has found that there are fewer galaxies than originally thought, making it possible that we are alone in the universe.

The NASA mission discovered that there may be fewer galaxies than initially believed, opening up the possibility of humanity to be alone in the universe. The New Horizons mission, which provided the first close-up images of Pluto, provided enough information for scientists to decide how likely the number of galaxies would be in the hundreds of billions to more than …

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The dire wolf is the last race in the modern world to be able to descend.

Department of Archeology, Durham University, Durham, UK Angela R. Perry Australian Center for Ancient DNA, School of Biological Sciences, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia Kieren J.Mitchell, Graham Gower, Holly Heiniger, and Alexander T.Salis. Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Los Angeles, CA, USA. Alice Mouton, Colin Shew, Blaire Van Valkenburgh and Robert K.Wayne. School of …

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These robo-fish form schools independently and work as searchers – TechCrunch

Researchers at Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering have created a set of fish-shaped underwater robots that can automatically guide and locate each other, collaborate to perform tasks or simply study at school together in peace. Like aerial drones that have proven to be useful in industry after industry, underwater drones can revolutionize maritime ecosystems and other areas that …

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Elon Musk’s SpaceX begins testing Starlink broadband in the UK

Elon Musk, CEO of Space Exploration Technologies Corp. Patrick Fallon | Bloomberg | Getty Images LONDON – SpaceX Starlink’s broadband satellite service is currently being tested in the UK after being licensed by UK telecom regulator Ofcom. Starlink issued a “Earth Station Network license” in November, an Ofcom spokesperson told CNBC on Tuesday.SpaceX did not immediately respond to CNBC’s request …

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NASA’s Juno mission extends into the future

Juno will fly over Europa and Io tori, the ion ring cloud, at various times, characterizing the radiation environment near these satellites in order to better prepare the Europa Clipper and JUICE missions to optimize their observation and observation strategies. Plan scientific priorities and design missions.Additional missions also add planetary geology and ring dynamics to Juno’s comprehensive list of scientific …

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SpaceX’s first Starlink launch in the next year following the shuffle schedule.

This year’s Starlink launch of SpaceX comes next after a major sharing mission delay has forced the schedule to switch. Known as Starlink-16 or Starlink V1 L16, the mission will be SpaceX’s 16th active launch of v1.0 communications satellite and the 17th overall launch of Starlink, originally scheduled to follow the launch. SpaceX’s dedicated Smallsat Program Rideshare on January 14, …

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The Dire Wolves may have been a lone survivor of an ancient lineage.

The ancient wolves, now extinct, may be among the longest-lived wolves – genetically different from their closest wolf relatives that they are no longer able to mate, forcing them into an evolutionary deadlock when It died 13,000 years ago. That’s the finding from a new study, an in-depth analysis of DNA extracted from terrifying ancient wolf bones from across North …

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