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Food and germs helped man to become a unique member of the great apes

This figure shows the differences between proteins in the saliva of humans, chimpanzees and gorillas using three different staining methods. Picture credits: Stefan Ruhl Two million years of eating meat and cooked food may have helped move further away from other apes on the evolutionary tree. The evidence is in our saliva, according to new research at the University of …

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Ancient Assyrian tablets seem to contain evidence of a massive solar storm

Scientists report that they have found the earliest written record of a solar storm in ancient Assyrian tablets. Recent analyzes have found evidence of an extreme solar storm that left energetic particles in tree rings and ice cores sometime around 660 BC. Around the world. With this in mind, research teams in Japan and the UK have wondered if they …

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Scientists discover that large storms can trigger "stormquakes."

WASHINGTON (AP) – Scientists have discovered a mash-up of two feared disasters – hurricanes and earthquakes – and they call them "stormquakes." Seafloor Shaking Can Be Hurricane and Norse According to a study in this week's Geophysical Research Letters, it rumbles like a 3.5 magnitude earthquake and can last for days. The quakes are quite common, but were not noticed …

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NASA News: Former Scientist "Convinced" That Life Was Found on Mars in the 1970s | Science | news

Dr. Gilbert Levin, who worked on the Viking Mars lander in the 1970s, claims that NASA has already answered the "ultimate question," namely, that Mars supports the lives of aliens. In a blog post for American Scientific, Dr. Levin, the rover he worked on, found biological formations that revealed the presence of microbial organisms on Mars. He said, "On July …

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This is Earth's closest planetary solar system

Eerie and Wonderful Planets Beyond Our Solar System This is an artistic depiction of a Neptune-type exoplanet in the icy exteriors of its star system. It could look like a big, newly discovered gas giant that takes about 20 years to orbit around a star 11 light-years away from Earth. Eerie and Wonderful Planets Beyond Our Solar System This image …

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Hubble Space Telescope discovers interstellar comet Borisov (Video)

NASA's venerable Hubble Space Telescope recently turned to the interstellar visitor Komet 2I / Borisov, causing a surprise: The intruder is highly similar to comets from our own solar system, and the structure and chemical composition of the interstellar comet resemble those of comets our own cosmic neighborhood. Among the observed features was the classic dust halo that comets usually …

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Legislators supporting NASA's funding question the 2024 moon deadline

An influential member of Congress has expressed doubts about NASA's ambitious plans to bring people to the moon by 2024, arguing that 2028 could be a safer time frame for the next moon landing. The concern appears to be causing trouble for NASA's Artemis program, which may not now receive the funding it needs from the legislature. At a hearing …

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NASA advances on the first female spacewalk to repair the power supply

FILE – Astronauts Christina Koch (right) and Jessica Meir pose for a photograph on the International Space Station in this picture, published by NASA on October 4, 2019. NASA has postponed the first all-female spacewalk to Thursday, October 17, 2019 or Friday, as the International Space Station's power grid has failed. (NASA via AP) CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (NASA) – NASA …

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