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Orionid meteor shower is happening now, highs next week

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – If you look into the night sky and see one or two meteors, there are a few different meteor showers that still brighten the sky. The Draconids Summit is over. At night there are still a few meteors in the northern sky. Meteors from the Ecliptic are part of the meteor shower of the Southern Taurids …

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The interstellar comet Borisov usually looks what makes Oumuamua even stranger

This artist's depiction shows the first interstellar asteroid: Oumuamua. European Southern Observatory / M. Kornmesser One of the first profiles of the interstellar comet Borisov was published and looks much like most other comets. It does not look like this is the first interstellar object, Oumuamua which today had its next pass on Earth exactly two years ago. An article …

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NASA Marslander may be able to save his stuck "mole"

NASA's Mars InSight Lander took this selfie in December 2018. NASA / JPL-Caltech Space fans hate it when machines die on Mars so we hunted that the "mole" instrument of Mars InSight-Landers emerges from its radio. The NASA lander is healthy, but a buried heat probe, known as a mole, was stuck just below the surface in February . The …

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Scientists discover hidden information in the 140-year-old concept of fundamental physics

Physicists have found a way to access physical information that, according to a recent publication, has been hidden from science for 140 years. As early as 1879, the physicist Edwin Hall discovered that electric currents bend when placed in a magnetic field, creating a voltage and a new electric field perpendicular to the current. Scientists have used this phenomenon, known …

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Toxic algae blooms have become more intense over the last 30 years

A new study from Monday seems to confirm an unpleasant reality: Potentially toxic algal blooms in the freshwater lakes of the world have become more intense in the last 30 years. Although climate change is not the only reason why the flowers have worsened, rising temperatures are likely to complicate the recovery of the lakes. For their study, researchers from …

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Comet is an interstellar space visitor with a familiar look

A newly discovered comet definitely comes from outside our solar system, scientists confirmed in a study published on Monday. Study indicates that the comet's interstellar origin looks amazingly similar to comets from the solar system. It's just the second interstellar comet ever detected in our solar system, and the first to look like a traditional comet, the study says. The …

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