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NASA has discovered the building blocks of life in two meteorites

According to a NASA press release, a team of scientists found sugar molecules in two different fallen meteorites that are critical to the development of life on Earth. One of the sugars is the RNA component ribose, an important biological building block, and the discovery that it may have come from space complicates our understanding of the origin of life. …

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The Starlink problem that astronomers were worried about is in full swing

For modern astronomers, satellites are only a part of life. There are more than 2,000 active people orbiting the Earth, and the brightest minds in space photography have managed to remove the occasional overflights from their space imagery. But then there is Starlink. The first phases of the SpaceX plan to launch up to 42,000 satellites to fully power the …

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We're experiencing the second-warmest year on Earth, says the US National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration

According to one report, there is a 85% chance that the year will be classified as the second-warmest year. This year will increasingly be the second or third warmest calendar year on the planet, recorded since modern times. The collection of temperature data began in 1880, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, published this week, in 1880. [19659003] …

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Chinese missile Kuaizhou-1A launches two more satellites in orbit

China has successfully launched two more satellites into orbit on Sunday (November 17), just days after an epic launch with twin rockets from various launch sites ExPace (a China Aerospace Science company and Industry Corporation) launched the multimedia satellites KL-aA and KL-aB – collectively known as KL-Alpha – at 5:00 am EST (1000 GMT or 6:00 pm local time in …

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Insect and Reptile-like Fossils & Living Things

A sample whose head seems to be turning towards the camera. Based on the scale indicated on the photo from which this was extracted, this person is estimated to be about 20 inches long. Credit: Analysis by Dr. med. William Romoser Analysis of images of Martian Mars shows insect and reptile-like fossils, creatures according to the entomologist of Ohio University. …

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Ayahuasca alters the brainwaves to create a dream-like waking state

Enlarge / A sketch study participants have drawn from visuals during their experience. People under the influence of a psychedelic brew known as ayahuasca often experience vivid visual and auditory hallucinations and report the feeling that they are in a dream. A new study, published in Scientific Reports, has now shown that the drug modifies the user's brainwave pattern to …

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