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Five things you should know about NASA's Deep Space Atomic Clock

NASA broadcasts a new technology for space on June 22, which will change the way we move Spaceship – even as we send astronauts to Mars and beyond. Built by NASA's Jet Drive Laboratory in Pasadena, California, is the Deep Space Atomic Clock one Technology demonstration to support the autonomous navigation of spacecraft through space. The device is no bigger …

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Researchers throw new light on atomic "wave function"

The team used laser light and optics to create an image of an atomic wave function (shown in purple). The artwork is an artistic representation of this process and shows a microscope lens trained on atoms (spheres) floating in an optical lattice (high white waves). The team's technology reveals information about an atomic wave function in unprecedented detail. Photo credits: …

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Traces of atomic bomb tests have reached the deepest part of the ocean

Radioactive carbon, a byproduct of atomic bomb testing, has reached the deepest parts of the ocean – and has entered marine life. This finding from Chinese researchers shows how fast human pollution can reach food This carbon bomb, however, helps scientists to learn more about how marine life can cope in such cold, dark, deep and nutrient-poor environments. They found …

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Rare Einstein audio recording of the famous physicist talking about the atomic bomb surfaces

An incredibly rare audio recording of the world's most famous theoretical physicist, Albert Einstein, will be auctioned tomorrow, May 4th. Perhaps even more startling are the themes of the recording – Einstein's love of music, the differences between FDR and Harry Truman and his thoughts on the atomic bomb. On the 33-minute recording Einstein can hear in his strong German …

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A modified 747 helped to prove the universe's first atomic bond

SOFIA Photo: NASA / Jim Ross Scientists found evidence of the earliest chemistry in the universe, thanks to measurements on a telescope aboard a modified Boeing 747. After Big Bang, the Universe It began to cool and the free particles formed atoms such as hydrogen, helium and lithium. If the entire universe had reached a temperature of a few thousand …

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A meteor explodes in the Earth's atmosphere with 10 times the energy of the Hiroshima atomic bomb

The event is properly called "fireball," NASA's term for "exceptionally bright meteors that are spectacular enough to be seen over a very wide area." With an impact energy of 4.2 kiloton, December's fireball is the second-most powerful to enter Earth's atmosphere in 30 years. You may recall the first – it was that huge, blinding fireball that rocked parts of …

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Physicists have just solved a 35-year-old puzzle in atomic nuclei

Here is a mysterious truth that scientists have known since 1983: Protons and neutrons behave differently when they are inside an atom than floating freely in space. In particular, the subatomic particles that make up these protons and neutrons, called quarks, slow down massively when bound to an atomic nucleus. Physicists really did not like that because neutrons are neutrons …

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After Putin's warning, Russian television lists atomic targets in the US

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia's state television has listed US military facilities targeted by Moscow in the event of a nuclear attack, and said it could hit a hypersonic rocket developed by Russia in less than five minutes. FILE PHOTO: Russian President Vladimir Putin meets FIFA President Gianni Infantino at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia on 20 February 2019. Yuri Kadobnov …

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