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Innovations for Mars and maybe for Earth

This article is from the GreenBiz newsletter, which runs on Fridays. Conceive this essay conveniently from home or office: On the dry slopes of the Mauna Loa volcano in Hawaii, six strangers volunteered for a full year in a self-contained geodesic dome, only 36 feet in diameter , The crew lived without any physical connection to the outside world and …

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Will teen Alyssa Carson become the first Martian?

NASA A 17-year-old Alyssa Carson is a typical high school student who enjoys watching cooking shows on Netflix and hanging around with her friends. OK; This is normal for a young girl, right? Well, of course, but what is not normal for a 17-year-old is the first person to enter Mars. Yes, that's the journey she's planning this summer. Alyssa …

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Where do the ghost particles come from? These space fragments could tell us how our universe came into existence

There is a great deal beyond the potential of living in distant galaxies that people still do not understand. One of these secrets is the origin of the elusive ghost particle. After more than 100 years of research, astronomers and astrophysicists have finally discovered where ghost particles come from. Most of the ghost particles, known as neutrinos, travel from the …

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Fermi Telescope: Study of the High Energy Cosmos

The Fermi Gamma-Ray Telescope is a space observatory designed to study the Universe at high-energy frequencies known as gamma rays. It involves the participation of NASA, the US Department of Energy and several partners in the United States and internationally. The mission was launched in 2008 and was operational from mid-2018. Development and Timeline In the year 2000, the Decadal …

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Dinosaurs are calorie-conscious than humans!

Vegetables eaten by herbivore dinosaurs 150 million years ago had a higher nutritional value than those consumed in the polluted 21st century environment. In a recent study, researchers measured the nutritional value of herbivore dinosaur diets by growing their food in similar atmospheric conditions as many years ago. Previously, researchers believed that plants grown in an atmosphere of high carbon …

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Today's Google Doodle celebrates Georges Lemaître and the Big Bang

<div _ngcontent-c16 = "" innerhtml = " Georges Lemaitre was the first to propose an expanding universe. Google Today's Google Doodle celebrates the 124th anniversary of Georges Lemaître, the Astronomers and physicists Who first proposed the idea of ​​an expanding universe that began with the event we call the Big Bang today? Lemaître was born on July 17, 1894. During …

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The weather on this nearby Earth-like planet looks good

An artist's conception of Ross 128 b. ESO / M. Conditions on the next Earth-like planet beyond our solar system may not be too friendly to life, but new research indicates that the situation on the nearest exoplanet may be much more hospitable. While the next star beyond our Sun, Proxima Centauri, seems to blow up its only known planet …

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Georges Lemaître is honored by Google Doodle's 124th Birthday World | news

Mr. Lemaître suggested for theoretical reasons that the universe expand, which was later confirmed by Edwin Hubble in the so-called Hubble Law. He is also confirmed with the idea of ​​the concept that the universe expanded from a starting point. He called the "primal atom" or "the cosmic egg that exploded at the moment of creation." His theory was presented …

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