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Asteroid News: Scientists say collisions of space rocks with the Earth are inevitable | Science | news

The allegations were based on data from NASA and the European Space Agency. They were compiled by Destiny, a science-based YouTube channel with over 195,000 subscribers. An asteroid strike from a large rock on Earth could lead to a massacre. In response, the authorities spend considerable resources to detect known asteroids and seek new ones The extinction of the Cretaceous-Paleogene, …

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According to French researchers, a paralyzed man is able to run with a thought-controlled exoskeleton suit

A paralyzed man could run with a thought-control robot suit, French researchers report. The 30-year-old man, who was only identified as Thibault, moved all four of his paralyzed limbs using an exoskeleton controlled by his brain. Thibault said walking in a suit was like the "first man on the moon" at the BBC. Although his movements were far from perfect, …

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Today in Science: Launch of Sputnik | space

<! – -> A replica of Sputnik 1, the world's first artificial satellite, launched into space. The replica is kept in the National Aerospace Museum. Photo about NASA. . 4 October 1957 . At that time, the Soviet Union launched Sputnik I, the first artificial satellite orbiting Earth. According to many space historians, the space age began at this time. …

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Hidden contents of the ancient Greek scroll visualized by infrared imaging: NPR

The parts of the scroll were scanned using hyperspectral shortwave infrared imaging. A. Tournié, Center for Research on Conservation hide caption switch caption A. Tournié, Center for Research on Conservation The parts of the scroll were scanned using hyperspectral shortwave infrared imaging. A. Tournié, Center for Research on Conservation More than 200 years ago, scientists glued the remnants of an …

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Mysterious Scrolls related to Julius Caesar could be read for the first time

A pair of 2000-year-old Roman scrolls, believed to belong to the family of Julius Caesar, who were buried and charred during the Vesuvius eruption, were practically "unpacked" for the first time. The scrolls known as Herculaneum Scrolls are too fragile to be handled by hand. Therefore, the researchers had to use the X-ray in Diamond Light Source and a software …

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Astronomers discover "cosmic pretzel" 700 light-years from Earth

This is a "pretzel" that will definitely make you thirsty. Astronomers have taken an incredible picture of two newborn stars in the system [BHB2007] 11, which is described as "cosmic pretzel" and consists of a network of gas and dust filaments. "We see two compact sources, which we interpret as circumstellar disks around the two young stars," study lead author …

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Astronomers spy two baby stars in a cosmic pretzel

The Atacama Large Millimeter / Submillimeter Array has captured this unprecedented image of two circumstellar disks on which baby stars grow and feed on the material of their surrounding birth disc. This is an artistic representation of what a Neptune-sized Moon would look like when it orbits the gas giant exoplanet Kepler-1625b in a star system 8,000 light-years from Earth. …

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We may be approaching the discovery of extraterrestrial life. Are we prepared?

Over the next ten years, a headline may announce that NASA has found evidence of life in space. Would you cause these messages to run screaming into the street? A recent article in the British Sunday Telegraph suggests that Jim Green, director of NASA's Planetary Science Department, believes the public could be disintegrated by the discovery of biology beyond the …

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Underground detector in Japan to search for gravitational waves

Illustration of the underground KAGRA detector. Illustration : ICRR, Univ. from Tokyo. A fourth gravitational wave detector, this one in Gifu Prefecture Japan, will join this December's global search for cosmic events causing waves in space-time. The Kamioka gravitational wave detector -Wave Detector (KAGRA) is in the commissioning phase according to a press release and will link the two LIGO …

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