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Developed more accurate estimates of methane emissions from dairy cattle

News More accurate estimates of methane emissions from dairy cattle developed 13. April 2018 GLOBAL – A global consortium of researchers has further developed global efforts to better manage methane emissions from animals accurate models for estimating the amount of strong greenhouse gas produced by dairy cattle It is important to have more accurate models for forecasting of gastroresistant methane …

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Marine animals inspire more accurate underwater navigation systems

In a way, our options are limited when it comes to finding our way around the ocean. While GPS is good when you jump over the water surface, it becomes useless at depths of just one foot (30 cm). The scientists claim a new breakthrough in the world of underwater navigation by being inspired by marine animals that cleverly use …

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Scientists make the most accurate measures of antimatter

Source: YouTube Video Screenshot According to the Big Bang theory, the universe was created some 13.7 billion years ago. After this event it is assumed that all matter and antimatter particles have formed in large pairs and continue to form all possible forms of matter that we know today. While scientists can see and measure matter, antimatter is just the …

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Hubble makes the first accurate range finding of an ancient globular cluster – ScienceDaily

Astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have for the first time measured exactly the distance to one of the universe's oldest objects, a collection of stars created shortly after the Big Bang This new, refined rangefinder provides an independent estimate of the age of the universe. The new measurement will also help astronomers to improve models of stellar evolution. Star …

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ALPHA test records the most accurate direct measurement of antimatter

. 5 April (UPI) – Physicists have so far achieved the most accurate measurement of antimatter. And yet the greatest mystery of the cosmos remains unresolved: why do we exist? As part of the ALPHA experiment, scientists from the European Organization for Nuclear Research synthesized and measured the spectral properties of 15,000 hydrogen atoms. Each antihydrogen particle consists of an …

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Hubble makes the first accurate range finding of an ancient globular cluster

Astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have for the first time measured exactly the distance to one of the universe's oldest objects, a collection of stars created shortly after the Big Bang This new, refined rangefinder provides an independent estimate of the age of the universe. The new measurement will also help astronomers to improve models of stellar evolution. Star …

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