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Russian boffins blow up small asteroids with a tiny laser … to find out how to destroy the real thing • The register

The next time a giant asteroid threatens the earth, Russia may know how many megatons of explosives are needed to blow it to pieces. Boffins from the Rosatom State Nuclear Energy Corporation and the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) have modeled the impact of a nuclear explosion on an Armageddon asteroid by building miniature space rock models and …

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Design flaw could have caused SpaceX missile explosion in 2015: NASA

A design flaw may have caused a SpaceX missile to explode in June 2015 in the air. This is from a NASA report released on Monday. The unmanned rocket was on its way to the International Space Station to supply 4,000 pounds of supplies. Only 139 seconds after launch, it exploded over Cape Canaveral, Florida, and SpaceX concluded that the …

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This & # 39; puzzling & # 39; feathered dinosaurs did not fly like modern birds

Even if it sounds easy, the fossils of the feather-winged dinosaurs, which were found mainly in Germany, do not reveal their secrets so easily. The bones are preserved in limestone slabs, and attempting to remove them for more accurate analysis would damage them. According to researchers, these fossils are among the most valuable in the world. However, X-ray imaging methods …

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Neil deGrasse Tyson explains why the earth is not flat, again saying that the education system has failed

Neil deGrasse Tyson used simple and simple science in the latest episode of his StarTalk podcasts to explain why the theory that the earth is flat is false. In the event that an explanation was not sufficient for the viewer, Tyson used no less than three examples of experiments proving that the earth is spherical. First, the astrophysicist and leader …

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Pterosaurs emitted a blast, no whimpering

<a rel = "lightbox" href = "https://3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn.net/newman/gfx/news/2018/pterosaurswe.jpg" title = "Some of the Moroccan pterosaur fossils from the study. the lower jaw of Alcione elainus, a small pterosaur, which is described in this work below: Part of the ulna (forearm bones) of a giant pterosaur, tentatively identified as Arambourgiania dandruff – the lower jaw is less than 20 cm long while …

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