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The life of aliens could be more common than we thought, scientists say

Extraterrestrial life, according to scientists, could be more common than we thought. But every extraterrestrial life in the universe is likely to populate a very distant, very different star system, the researchers conclude. In a new study, a theoretical twin of the Earth was examined as it might fit into a binary system. Unlike our own solar system, such places …

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The ayahuasca connection transforms the brainwaves into a living waking dream state Imperial News

Scientists have looked into the brain to show how taking DMT affects human consciousness by significantly changing the electrical activity of the brain. The most important psychoactive components of ayahuasca , the psychedelic concoction traditionally made from grape vines and leaves of the Amazon rainforest. The drink is usually prepared as part of a shamanic ceremony and is associated with …

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"That's not cool!" – Astronomers despair as the SpaceX Starlink train ruins the observation of nearby galaxies

<div _ngcontent-c17 = "" innerhtml = " Traces of SpaceX Starlink satellites seen from the Blanco telescope last night. Cliff Johnson / Clarae Martínez-Vázquez / DELVE In the early hours of today's Monday, November 18th, two astronomers in Chile checked their remote-controlled telescope and expected images of distant stars and galaxies, instead seeing a train of SpaceX satellites Driving across …

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Aquatic Rover goes for a ride under the ice

This month, a small robot researcher rolls into the Antarctic to perform a gymnastics feat – headfirst under sea ice. BRUIE, or the floating rover for exploration under the ice, is being developed for exploration of the underwater in extraterrestrial areas, icy water by engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. Next month, he will test his stamina …

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The first map of Saturnmoon Titan just revealed some enticing features

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Scientists unveiled Monday the first worldwide geological map of Saturn's moon Titan, which contains vast plains and dunes of frozen organic material and lakes of liquid methane, illuminating an exotic world as a strong candidate for search after life in the hereafter earth applies. The map was based on radar, infrared, and other data collected by the …

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NASA expands the commercial lunar landing program by five companies

WASHINGTON – NASA announced on November 18 that it is adding five companies to a contract for commercial deliveries of payloads to the lunar surface. This group ranges from small businesses to Blue Origin and SpaceX. NASA said the five companies – Blue Origin, Ceres Robotics, Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC), SpaceX and Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems – were selected to join …

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Space Dust hit an ESA spacecraft at 40,000 mph, but that's a good thing

Micrometer impacts hit the LISA Pathfinder spacecraft 54 ​​times in over 4,000 flight hours. The Goddard Space Flight Center of NASA When you look into the infinite darkness of space, you can easily imagine the solar system as the empty void of nothingness. But in the microns of the inner solar system, tiny patches of space-dust that are invisible to …

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