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Chinese farmers breed "mutant" pigs the size of polar bears – BGR

Farmers have always done their best to maximize yields, either to squeeze another row of corn into a field or to breed beefier cattle, but pig farmers in China are setting new standards. As reported by Bloomberg some pig farmers in the country have brought their animals into an almost unrecognizable state, and the young are big. On a farm …

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It looks like SpaceX is giving priority to Crew Dragon, which is great for NASA

Enlarge / In this very detailed illustration, a SpaceX Crew Dragon spaceship approaches the International Space Station for docking. NASA / SpaceX On Tuesday, SpaceX founder Elon Musk reported on the progress of NASA's NASA spacecraft Crew Dragon. The new information indicates that Musk is giving the program priority to prepare Dragon to fly astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken …

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The shark expert takes on the evil predators of New Zealand in breathtaking pictures on one to twelve meters large animal

A shark expert has shown breathtaking pictures of him contracting to a 3-meter-tall animal while swimming with the wild predators in New Zealand. Despite a shark attacking his boat during the photo shoot, Riley Elliott is determined to question society's negative view of the sharp-edged animal and to explain how it is possible to swim with the predators at the …

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20 new moons around Saturn discovered, now they need names

Go over, Jupiter. There is a new moon champion in our solar system – Saturn. Researchers have discovered an additional 20 moons orbiting the Ring Planet, giving a total of 82 satellites, three more than second-placed Jupiter. Of the 20 Moons According to a press release announcing the discovery, 17 small lanes with a diameter of only 5 kilometers have …

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NASA: The old Marsoase could have supported life

The NASA Curiosity Rover has found evidence of an oasis on Mars more than 3 billion years ago, and scientists have wondered if the Red Planet is able to sustain life has accumulated from the Gale Crater, the 150-mile-wide pool that the rover explores. The scientists on which the study was based pointed to the rocks enriched with mineral salts, …

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Planet and Big Bang win Nobel Prize for Physics

Caption James Peebles (L), Didier Queloz (C) and Michel Mayor (R) share the nine million Crown Price Three scientists were awarded the 2019 Nobel Prize for Physics for "groundbreaking" discoveries of the universe. James Peebles, Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz were announced at a ceremony in Stockholm as this year's winners. ] Peebles was honored to work on the evolution …

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India's lunar probe Chandrayaan-2 has just returned its first lunar science

India's second largest lunar orbit reached the moon just over a month ago, and the probe's instruments have already begun sending scientific data home. The Chandrayaan 2 Mission launched in July and was launched Designed to answer a variety of questions about the Moon, with a particularly sharp view of the water ice discovered by the ship's predecessor at the …

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New research results promote understanding of the forms of the human intestinal microbiome

Credit: CC0 Public Domain A recent study by Northwestern University found that human gut microbiotics, in spite of man's close genetic relationship to monkeys, are much more like baboons than apes like chimpanzees. These results suggest that human ecology influences human gut microbiota more than genetic relationships. The results also suggest that the human gut microbiome has unique properties compared …

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