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Stephen Hawking: Stephen Hawking's high-tech wheelchair to life

LONDON: Stephen Hawkins tailor-made hi-tech wheelchair and computer-generated voice are said to be the legacy of the world-famous theoretical physicist who died at the age of 76 at the beginning of the month. According to The Sunday Times, the scientist's family hopes that his wheelchair and language systems can help preserve his memory and are open to museum offerings. One …

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An empty space lab to return to Earth on April 2, says China

World Posted on: April 1, 2018, 8:56 pm; Last update: April 1, 2018, 20:56 (IST) A Model of the Tiangong-1 Space Laboratory (L), Shenzhou 9 manned spacecraft and three Chinese astronauts will be exhibited during a press conference on June 15, 2012 at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in Gansu Province, China. Reuters File Beijing, April 1 An unchecked Chinese …

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Fiery Easter finale expected for China's falling space lab

The Associated Press Published Sunday, April 1, 2018 9:28 pm EDT Updated Sunday, April 1, 2018 11:25 EDT BERLIN – China's decommissioned Tiangong 1 space station raced towards Earth on Sunday and was due to re-enter the atmosphere within hours. Most boats should burn again when re-entering a low risk for the local people. The European Space Agency (ESA) predicts …

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What is a blue moon?

The imaginative idea of ​​a "blue moon" has a rich history. Skywatchers tonight (March 31) will be the second and definitive Blue Moon of 2018, just before Easter. What is this type of moon, and is it really blue? For those who wanted to see a water-colored sphere, but the term "Blue Moon" has nothing to do with color. Instead, …

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The graveyard for spacecraft on Earth

A place where Tiangong-1's terrestrial and out-of-control space laboratory is unlikely to hit on Sunday is the deserted location in the southern Pacific, where it should crash [19659003Official"oceanicpoleaccessibility"referstothiswatercreekfortitaniumfueltanksandotherhighs-TechSpaceScrappingSpaceJunkiesBetterKnownAsThePointNemoToJulesJulesNefrescientU-BoatCaptain Point Nemo is further from the country than any other point on the globe: 2,688 kilometers from the Pitcairn Islands in the north, one of the Easter Island in the northwest and …

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Why does the universe consist exclusively of matter?

Before Stephen Hawking died on March 14, he discovered that the universe was born out of nothing. Questions about how the universe came into existence? Why does matter exist? Why does antimatter exist? And others were the basic principles of metaphysics. With advances in technology and scientific equipment, researchers have begun to apply scientific methods to answer these questions, which …

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Researchers think that the dinosaur fossil is rare. Young T. rex

News & Features The fossil found in Montan's Hell Creek Formation is a "fabulously complete" upper jaw By Associated Press // April 1, 2018 <! – -> BIG CASES – University of Kansas researchers say they may have found a rare fossil of a young Tyrannosaurus rex. David Burnham from the University's Institute of Biodiversity says the teeth suggest that …

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