Think about what you observe on Earth each day: the shape of the clouds, the heat the sun feels on your skin. the color of the sky at sunset
Our cosmic corners are still full of discoveries waiting to be made.
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Mars has a thin, dry atmosphere. That means clouds tend to appear in the sky above the equator when the planets are the farthest and coldest from the sun.
Rainbow clouds form at higher altitudes. So basically it consists of dry ice. Scientists are still studying them to figure out why this is happening.
Archaeologists have made a gruesome discovery at three Roman tombs in eastern England.
The rural settlements these people belonged to throughout Cambridgeshire helped provide food to the Roman armies between AD 250 and 325.
It is not clear why the head was beheaded. But researchers believe that tensions with the Roman army played a role.
They call it puppy love for a reason. It turns out that puppies have excellent social skills because they are born ready to love and interact with people.
Researchers assessed these skills in 375 8-week-old retrieval dogs for the new study. (dream job alert)
This involves making eye contact with the puppy and having them follow hand and eye gestures towards hidden treats.
The planet may have been the first habitable world in our solar system. including oceans and climates similar to Earth But something happened to make it a crucible that was hot enough to melt the lead.
Only two previous NASA missions have visited Venus: Pioneer in 1978 and Magellan in the early 90s.
Southern Ocean around Antarctica is a forested area. There were terrifying waves and violent winds that few humans dared to cross. A unique source of marine life Water resources also play another important role: it absorbs the 12% of the carbon dioxide we generate each year.
Over the past 10 years, Dr. Jean-Louis Étienne, a French explorer and environmentalist, has worked on designing a ship that can withstand these harsh conditions while collecting scientific data.
The result: a floating laboratory called the Polar Pod, an unmanned boat designed to capsize. The pods are driven by the Antarctic circulating current.
The crew will be at the top during the voyage. Scientists will be able to listen to marine life underwater and understand how much carbon dioxide is in the ocean.
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