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Children today would be more YouTubers than astronauts

Through the mirror: Technological progress is changing the expectations of today's youth. Is it possible that children in the Western world are less interested in space just because we were there? It's been fifty years since NASA launched Apollo 11, the space flight that – days later – landed the first humans on the Moon and effectively ended the space …

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First image of quantum entanglement

In the 1930s, the venerable theoretical physicist Albert Einstein returned to the field of quantum mechanics, to whose emergence his relativity theories contributed. Hoping to develop a more complete theory of the behavior of particles, Einstein was instead horrified by the prospect of a quantum entanglement, which he called "spooky action at a distance." Despite Einstein's concerns, quantum entanglement has …

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Data offer new clues about why stars explode – ScienceDaily

When NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite launched into space in April 2018, But recently published research, a team of astronomers at Ohio State University "We have known." "We have known They're exploding, "said Patrick Vallely, lead author of the study at Ohio State Astronomy Graduate Student. Directly from a standard star companion and explode into it – the child of …

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Australian ants prepared for 'Insect Armageddon' – ScienceDaily

La Trobe University researchers have uncovered an exception to the global phenomenon known as 'Insect Armageddon' Researchers studied ants in the Simpson Desert for 22 years and found that local Changes in climate, such as long-term increases in rainfall, combined with human efforts to restore ecosystems, may have led to increased numbers of species – rather than the declines which …

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Lunar Eclipse Today: A partial lunar eclipse will be visible around the world today – on July 16, the 50th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11

Archive: Apollo 11 Astronauts on Moon Landing Skywatchers across much of the world may observe a partial lunar eclipse on Tuesday or early Wednesday, depending on where you are. The solar eclipse coincides with the 50th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11 in which astronauts landed on the moon for the first time. The celestial event will be visible …

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Asteroids that hit Earth in September are a no-show

The 2006 QV89 Asteroid was discovered in August 2006 during a close pass to Earth. During the 10 days that were visible, scientists recorded its course and found that it met the earth 13 years later – on 9 September – with a probability of 7,000, 2019. Thereafter, the asteroid disappeared in the dark darkness of the Space and has …

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Researchers wirelessly hack the & # 39; Boss & # 39; gene, a step toward reprogramming the human genome

The upper left image shows the gene FGFR1 in its natural state. The right image shows the gene when exposed to laser light, which activates and deactivates the gene. Credit: University at Buffalo. Everything seems to be wireless nowadays. That now includes efforts to reprogram the human genome. A new study conducted by the University of Buffalo describes how researchers …

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Jeff Bezos and Caroline Kennedy on Apollo 11 and the Future of Spaceflight

Not a few politicians have promised the moon, but John F. Kennedy brought the success of the Apollo 11 mission. America's new hope to return to the lunar surface is named Artemis after the twin sister of Apollo in Greek mythology. In exclusive interviews with Kennedy's daughter Caroline and the space entrepreneur Jeff Bezos the two discussed with CBS Evening …

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