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Cockroaches – Genome Shows Why They Can not Kill Smart News

No matter how you feel, cockroaches are special. Cut a few legs off a nymph and they grow back. Leave a few biscuit crumbs in the rug, and the animals seem to come to zero immediately. Expose them to fecal matter, bacteria and other pathogens, homemade antibiotics will keep them healthy. On top of that, they can eat almost anything, …

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NASAs On-Again, Off-Again Satellite | room

A satellite lost 13 years ago has just been found, in short. Now a group of optimistic technicians may have a chance to bring them back into the herd. In January, amateur astronomer Scott Tilley from British Columbia sat in his home, scanning radio frequencies for the US Air Force satellite, which was lost after a SpaceX launch on Jan. …

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The native Michigan has launched into space today

> Astronaut Drew J. Feustel of Lake Orion Michigan aboard the spacecraft Soyuz MS-08, which was launched on Wednesday, March 21, from the Baikonur Cosmodrome Launched in Kazakhstan [Photo: National Aeronautics and Space Administration] Drew "AJ" Feustel from Lake Orion is scheduled to start today at 1:45 pm on WDIV TV for the International Space Station. Feustel along with the …

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NASA astronaut dizzying, going to the space station anyway

Astronaut Drew Feustel is working on a spacewalk on the Hubble Space Telescope in 2009. NASA NASA astronauts must meet a variety of requirements, including a scientific or engineering background, and the ability to pass the rigorous physics tests of the space agency. One problem that will not disqualify you is vertigo. Astronaut Drew Feustel, scheduled for launch on Wednesday …

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Oregon in the path of the Chinese space station on a collision course with the earth

According to Aerospace Corporation of El Segundo, California, on April 1, 2018, the space station will uncontrollably reenter Earth's atmosphere for a plus or minus 4 days. (Source: The Aerospace Corporation) EUGENE, Ore – A Chinese space station could re-enter Oregon Earth's atmosphere over the next two weeks, experts in space debris report. China lost control of the Tiangong-1, the …

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These sly bats learn by spying on other species

A strip-lip bat eats a fish. (Krista Patriquin) The fringe-lipped bat is a furry, wart-faced, giant-eared animal lighter than a golf ball and smaller than the palm of your hand. His muzzle carries a fleshy, unicorn-like projection called the "nose-leaf," which he uses to steer his echos. University of Toronto at Mississauga Biologist Krista Patriquin thinks it's "cute," though that's …

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Soyuz Rocket launches US-Russian crew to the space station

A Russian Soyuz spacecraft with the Americans Drew Feustel and Ricky Arnold and the Russian Oleg Artemyev launches on 21 March 2018 on a Soyuz rocket from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan arrive on March 23 in the International Space Station. Image: NASA TV Two NASA astronauts and a cosmonaut are on their way to the International Space Station (ISS). …

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Predators learn to identify prey from other species

<a href = "https://3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn.net/newman/gfx/news/hires/2018/predatorslea.jpg" title = "The Fringed Lilac Bat, Trachops cirrhosus Left The white-throated round ear, Lophostoma silvicolum right: Merlin Tuttle, MerlinTuttle.org "> Lipsbill Bat, Trachops cirrhosus left. The white-eared tube, Lophostoma silvicolum on the right. Credit: Merlin Tuttle, MerlinTuttle.org Wolves allegedly raised Romulus and Remus, who continued to govern Rome. Is there good scientific evidence for learning across …

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Dinosaurs like Triceratops had horns to attract friends, not to fight

This is the restoration of the head of Nasutoceratops Andrey Atuchin Dinosaurs in the ceratopsic family, such as Triceratops, had massive bony flourishes and fearsome horns on their heads. Over time, researchers have speculated that these could serve a variety of purposes, including defense against predators, temperature regulation, and helps prevent mating between different species. But a new study argues …

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