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Asteroid-bound spacecraft finds signs of life – on Earth | science

A camera aboard the space probe OSIRIS-REx has captured this image of the Pacific Ocean, Baja California in Mexico, and parts of the southwestern United States. The dark lines lack data caused by short exposure times. NASA / Goddard / University of Arizona By Katherine Kornei Mar. 26, 2018, 10:45 Almost 30 years ago, the spacecraft Galileo flew past Earth …

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Researchers develop materials for quantum computers

Crystal structure of M-type hexagonal ferrite (a kind of magnetoplumbite). Credit: South Ural State University (SUSU) The creation of innovative materials is one of the most important areas of modern science. Active development of Industry 4.0 requires new properties from composite elements of electronics. In this area, research is being conducted by scientists at the South Ural State University. The …

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NASA is already working on what astronauts will eat on Mars

Since the first mention of a space shuttle flight in 1985, tortillas have become an integral part of the space diet. Nasa In space, tortillas are a coveted food. The anonymous diaries of astronauts, who describe their most private thoughts from the time on board the International Space Station, mention the floury flatbreads again and again. "We filmed how we …

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Jill Tarter: Possibility to find Alien Life by the end of this century

Astronomer Jill Tarter believes that by the end of this century we will be able to find a foreign life. Tarter made the statement during a speech at the Cross Cultural Management Summit of the Florida Institute of Technology. Tarter was the inspiration for 1997 Film Contact and their role was played by Jodi Foster. Tarter added that astronomers should …

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How two astronauts helped turn Darren Aronofsky's new television series out of space

When Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli arrived at the International Space Station in July 2017, he discovered something was wrong. Oscar-nominated director Darren Aronofsky commissioned Nespoli to capture space-based footage for a new documentary series called One Strange Rock . But the HD camera that Nespoli should use did not work. "When I turned on the camera, it was foggy and …

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Will Smith, astronauts tell the story of Earth in "One Strange Rock"

One could visit One Strange Rock for its host, Philadelphia's Will Smith, but you'll remain for the astronauts Smith, who gives the filmmaker Darren Aronofsky his new 10-part film series for The National Geographic Channel – and who handles random Philly referrals in the episode of next week – "simply embodies joy," executive producer Jane Root told reporters at a …

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It's hard to criticize science without looking like a man possessed.

Russell Crowe as Javert in 2012 Les Misérables Universal Pictures The scandal that revealed fundamental flaws in the published work of eating researcher Brian Wansink – called Pizzagate – not to be confused with the Pizzagate conspiracy theory – was instructive on many levels, but perhaps one of the most valuable takeaways is what it reveals about the process of …

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Astronomer Jill Tarter says we'll find extraterrestrial life by 2100

Despite the fact that researchers have been filtering the Universe for over 50 years for outsider-human signals, Jill Tarter compares humanity's micro-migration to hunting for fish on the planet's oceans – by taking a 12-ounce glass of water withdraws. "We're out in the backcountry, and our star, the Sun, is just one of 400 billion different stars in the Milky …

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