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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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The nanoscale manipulation of light leads to exciting new advances

Nahfeldverbesserung. Credit: University of New Mexico Controlling the interactions between light and matter has long been a concern of scientists who want to develop and develop many of the basic technologies for society. With the boom of nanotechnology in recent years, nanoscale manipulation of light is both a promising way to continue this progress and a unique challenge due to …

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Musk shares the latest advances on the Starship prototype

SpaceX moves closer to its next big jump with the super heavy launch system Starship . Now that the hover tests have been completed, the public is eagerly awaiting completion of the full prototypes and commencing orbital trials. Elon Musk, who was never to be disappointed, has regularly posted updates on Twitter showing the latest advances in the Starship Mk.1 …

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The graphene layer enables advances in high-resolution microscopy

Left: Illustration of individual molecules on the graphene layer. With such images, scientists can determine the position and orientation for each molecule. The comparison with the expected image (right) shows an excellent match. Picture credits: University of Göttingen Researchers at the University of Göttingen have developed a new method that uses the unusual properties of graphene to interact electromagnetically with …

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Illustration of a nonlocal behavior of the type Bell | Advances in science

INTRODUCTION The quantum entanglement makes a significant difference between the classical and the quantum world. The debate over the interpretation of this entanglement remained central for much of the 20th century. That an interpretation based on hidden variables can be excluded on the basis of experimental observation is the essence of Bell's inequality and follows the groundbreaking work of Freedman …

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Serena, Halep roll, advances to Wimbledon final

LONDON – Serena Williams will play for the 11th time in the Wimbledon final and will look for her eighth title in the All England Club. Simona Halep will play in her first Wimbledon final. Williams, 23-time Grand Slam champion, defeated Barbora Strycova 6-1 and 6-2 in the semi-finals at Center Court on Thursday, while Halep defeated Elina Svitolina 6-1. …

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Saudis, Kuwait Advances in talks to resume oil production in the neutral zone

Two of OPEC's heavyweights, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, have made significant progress recently in their years-long discussions about settling a dispute over common fields that can produce around 500,000 bpd, Bloomberg said Thursday. The Saudis and Kuwait made a breakthrough in Riyadh last month discussing some sovereignty issues in the so-called neutral zone, which could lead to an agreement on …

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Poll: Biden support drops, Harris advances to third after democratic debate

Sen. Kamala Harris Kamala Devi Harris After a violent democratic debate, Perez attempts to label Trump Castro a "coward" for raising questions about Harris's racist heritage. Why President Trump was the real winner of the Democrats Debates MORE (D-Calif.) Rose to third place among the Democratic presidential candidates for 2020, according to a recent Morning Consult poll on Thursday rated …

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NASA advances lunar crater modeling and asteroid mining projects

One project, Robotic Technologies Enabling the Exploration of Lunar Pits. Led by Carnegie Mellon University, the project wants to use high-res images to create 3D models. Ideally, that data should be used to determine if humans or robots can explore the craters. The second project, Mini Bee Prototype, seeks to explore optical mining, which excavates asteroids and extracts water and …

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