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Scientists are on the verge of solving the mystery of methane associated with the possibility of life on Mars

World 19:13 06.07.2019 Get Short URL Due to the proximity and similarity of Mars and Earth, scientists have long speculated about the possibility of living on Mars, focusing on newer probes [19659005] An interdisciplinary team from Aarhus University recently conducted a study to investigate the possible mechanism for removing methane from the Martian atmosphere, writes Universe Today. The scientific debate …

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NASA hopes the Space Station's future is commercial: NPR

The International Space Station is in the sights of Expedition 59 flight engineer David Saint-Jacques, the Canadian space agency. NASA Hide caption Caption switch NASA The International Space Station is reflected in the sights of expedition 59 flight engineer David Saint-Jacques of the Canadian Space Agency. NASA In November 1998, when a rocket was fired with the first module of …

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For the latest data from LightSail 2, visit our new Mission Control Dashboard

Jason Davis • July 5, 2019 Want to see the latest data from the Planetary Society's LightSail 2 spacecraft – possibly before air traffic controllers even saw it? Now you can! Today we are releasing a LightSail 2 mission control dashboard that displays the latest information from LightSail 2. Every few seconds, the spacecraft transmits a 334-line text file filled …

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Is the & # 39; mirror world & # 39; real? Scientists discover portal in the "parallel universe"

Tech 16:33 06.07.2019 Get short URL The success of the experiment would essentially confirm the existence of the "mirror world" and refute conventional physics theory on this question Leah Broussard, a physicist at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee is now trying to validate the existence of so-called "mirror matter" and effectively "opening a portal to a parallel universe," …

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The beautiful, pink Hubble photo reminds you daily that space is super cool

Space is huge and full of darkness. But there is beauty everywhere, as Hubble always reminds us. Take this newly-shared image of NGC 972, a spiral galaxy discovered in 1784 by German-British astronomer William Herschel, 70 million light-years away, but it definitely makes a good photo. The image was taken by the Hubble Space Telescope, and as you undoubtedly have …

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Animals do strange things during the lunar and solar eclipses

For most animals, the structure of their day – and indeed of their year – depends on the light-dark cycle. These regular and rhythmic cycles in length of days tell the animals when to look for food, when to sleep, when to migrate, and when to breed. Animals can detect all of this by daylight hours, but lunar cycles also …

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Living on Titan? New NASA mission will find out

Titan, a moon around the planet Saturn, has the right materials for life, as NASA research has shown. The newly announced US Space Agency Dragonfly mission will examine the icy space object to find out if it ever cost lives. Titan resembles a very early Earth, and NASA states that this is possible evidence of how life on our planet …

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25 everyday objects that NASA invented

Contrary to popular belief, NASA invented neither Tang nor Klett – but there are many products, technologies, and other things that NASA invented everyday, from baby food to tires. Read on to see the everyday products invented by rocket scientists. Memory Foam Mattresses Temper Foam, also known as Memory Foam, was originally designed as a padding to improve the impact …

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The pink Hubble photo reminds you daily that the room is cool

Space is huge and full of darkness. But there is beauty everywhere, as Hubble always reminds us. Take this newly-shared image of NGC 972, a spiral galaxy discovered in 1784 by German-British astronomer William Herschel, 70 million light-years away, but it definitely makes a good photo. The image was taken by the Hubble Space Telescope, and as you undoubtedly have …

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