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The ByteCode Alliance wants to bring binary apps to your browser

As early as 2015 announced a consortium of Google, Microsoft, Mozilla and the WebKit project WebAssembly. This week, Mozilla, Intel, Red Hat, and Fastly have announced a new consortium called Bytecode Alliance, which aims to promote WebAssembly and other "new software fundamentals" that standardly provide secure methods for executing untrusted code within or outside the company are possible outside of …

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Astronomers observe how two suns collect matter in a binary system

Cosmic Delivery Room: This picture shows Barnard 59, part of a huge, dark cloud of interstellar dust, called Pipe Nebula. The protobinary systems [BHB2007] 11 studied with high-resolution images are embedded in dense clouds, but can be observed with the radio telescope ALMA (Atacama Large Millimeter / Submillimeter Array) at longer wavelengths. Picture credits: ESO Stars are born in the …

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Sam Smith says he is not binary, "floats" between the sexes: report

In a recent interview on Friday artist Sam Smith announced that he considers himself "non-binary" and declared how he came to this realization. (Getty) In an interview published on Friday, singer and musician Sam Smith allegedly stated that he considered himself "non-binary" and explained how he came to this realization. I saw the word non-binary / genderqueer and I read …

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Binary star system Apep could explode in a spectacular gamma-ray burst

CLOSE This massive three-star system is just ahead of the supernova and could be the first gamma-ray burst to originate in our galaxy. Buzz60 A breathtaking image of a newly discovered massive double star system. Named after an ancient Egyptian deity nicknamed Apep, this could be the first gamma-ray Burst Staqr system to occur in our galaxy. (Photo: ESO / …

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Binary star system Apep could explode in a spectacular gamma-ray burst

CLOSE This massive three-star system is just ahead of the supernova and could be the first gamma-ray burst to originate in our galaxy. Buzz60 A breathtaking image of a newly discovered massive double star system. Named after an ancient Egyptian deity nicknamed Apep, this could be the first gamma-ray Burst Staqr system to occur in our galaxy. (Photo: ESO / …

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Rare binary asteroid discovered near Earth

The asteroid-2017 YE5 discovered by a scientist consists of two separate pieces of rock. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech Surprise – It's Gemini! This is the finding that astronomers met in June after exploring a near-Earth asteroid named 2017 YE5, which NASA today (July 12) actually calls two asteroids, a pair of objects orbiting each other. The bouncing baby's asteroids were …

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Our planet is roasted by cosmic rays of this binary star system only 10,000 light-years away

For years the earth has been bombarded by cosmic rays emanating from a mysterious source that astronomers could not identify. Now, new research using NASA's NuSTAR Space Telescope has finally discovered the source of these rays: Eta Carinae, a binary star system only 10,000 light-years away. In an event called the Great Eruption of 1838, the system created a breathtaking …

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Earth's first mission to a binary planetary defense asteroid

Planning for Mankind's first mission to a binary asteroid system has entered the next phase of development. The Hera mission proposed by ESA would also be Europe's contribution to an ambitious planetary defense experiment. Hera, named after the Greek goddess of marriage, would fly to the Didymos pair of near-Earth asteroids: the 780-meter-diameter main body is encircled by a 160-meter-high …

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New spaceship will lead to the binary asteroid

From Popular Mechanics The solar system is full of huge asteroids that are hunting around, and although space is large and largely empty, there is a good chance that some of these asteroids are on a collision course with Earth. If an asteroid big enough hits the earth in the right place, it could wipe out millions of people. That's …

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