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The “last lump” – an ancient circular cluster torn apart by the attraction of the Milky Way 2 billion years ago

The artist representing the Phoenix Stellar Stream. Formerly, the star ball, known as the Spherical Star Cluster, was stretched into the star stream by the gravitational pull of the Milky Way. In a few billion years, Phoenix will be destroyed and completely absorbed into our galaxy. Credit: The illustration is courtesy of Geraint F. Lewis and the collaboration of the …

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Alaska Earthquake Detector Record Northern Light

Aurora near Poker Flats, Alaska. Credit: Aaron Lojewski, Fairbanks Aurora Tours. Aaron Lojewski, Alaska’s tour leader, was lucky enough to shoot a “pink explosion” of bright pink light in the night sky in one February. The disturbances of the Earth’s magnetic field illuminating the sky for Lojewski’s cameras were also captured by ground-based seismometers, a team of researchers reported in …

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How will NASA astronauts Demo-2 make history on Earth?

Only 45 years since the last American astronaut was thrown into the ocean, NASA and its SpaceX allies were set to disembark again at sea on 2 August. The agency announced last week that the mission of SpaceX’s commercial demo-2 crew, which includes astronaut Doug Hurley and NASA’s Bob Ben-Ken, is set to return to Earth by crashing down. Into …

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Strange length clouds reappear on Mars.

Arsia Mons Elongated Cloud or AMEC on Mars image: ESA / GCP / UPV / EHU Bilbao Strange clouds are back, like a machine Above the surface of Mars This long and thin cloud was discovered on the 17th and 19th of July by a visual inspection camera (VMC) attached to Mars Express, a satellite that has been in orbit …

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Scientists revive 100 million years of underwater life

Scientists have restored the microbes found in sediments that are 100 million years old, so we can see how life has been in the past, according to Gizmodo, an international team of scientists led by geologists and biologists Yuki Mororo from the Japanese office. For marine science and technology – the world actually restored these microbes from 101.5 million years …

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The latest news about NASA astronauts returning home in SpaceX Crew Dragon – NASA.

The latest news about NASA astronauts returning home in NASA’s SpaceX Crew Dragon. How will NASA Demo-2 astronauts make history on Earth Space.com? Where: NASA and SpaceX hold a briefing before the return of Crew Dragon from ISS Yahoo Finance. SpaceX may delay astronaut landing as chief storm leader for Florida – Business Insider Business Insider See full coverage on …

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#EZScience: Preparing to Launch the Perseverance Rover to Mars – NASA

#EZScience: Preparing to launch the Perseverance Rover to Mars, NASA NASA will soon try to fly a helicopter over Mars: “It’s like the time of the Wright brothers.” CBS News Getting to Mars during an epidemic is not easy. But science must continue. The Washington Post Op-Ed: Toward Mars During the Los Angeles Times Epidemic Looking Out to Mars: US …

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Staron’s Elon Musk photobomb Comet Neowise’s internet satellite

Elon Musk’s growing internet satellite group is sending glare across the night sky around the world. Even the largest comet that will pass through the world in 25 years has not survived. The striking photos show Comet Neowise behind the light, showing how easily satellites can detect distant objects in space. Starlink satellite convoy past Comet Neowise Daniel Lopez The …

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Solar System Survey – The New York Times

Three missions to Mars this summer from NASA, China and the United Arab Emirates will join a lot. fluent and lazy Spacecraft above orbit of the Earth The spacecraft orbits the sun. Solar spacecraft Launched in February to study the sun and the poles Probe for Parker Parker The edge skims of our stars Stereo and B Tracking solar storm …

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Hungarian researchers create ‘Sturddlefish’ by accident

Hungarian researchers try to breed Russian sturgeon and American puff fish in captivity to help their incomplete numbers create what the Internet accidentally calls. The species revealed in the July 6 issue of Genes was created accidentally through a process called gynogenesis, a form of sex production that requires sperm but not DNA from it. Hybrids were created at the …

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