قالب وردپرس درنا توس
Home / Tag Archives: deep

Tag Archives: deep

Scientists find a new way out of the deep mantle of how volcanoes form

Bermuda has a unique volcanic past. About 30 million years ago, a fault in the transitional zone of the mantle supplied the magma with the volcanic foundation on which the island is now resting. Photo credits: Wendy Kenigsberg / Clive Howard – Cornell University, modified by Mazza et al. (2019) Deep beneath Bermuda's pink sandy beaches and turquoise tides, geoscientists …

Read More »

Vlad Jr. meets MLB HR first, then goes deep again

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. celebrated his first home game in the Major League on Tuesday, becoming the youngest player in the history of Toronto Blue Jays to touch them all. He only needed two more recordings to get back down. After playing 14 games without a home game, Guerrero celebrated the first inning of the Blue Jays' game against the San …

Read More »

Take a look at this ancient galaxy set in deep space

The aging Hubble Space Telescope can look back on billions of years ago, before our Sun was even born. At the limits of Hubble's visual abilities lies a cluster of spiral disk-shaped galaxies collectively called SPT0615. NASA published a picture of these ancient structures, one of which was born over 13 billion years ago, relatively soon after the Big Bang …

Read More »

SpaceX satellites fly deep to prevent space debris

SpaceX has received approval from the Federal Communications Commission to halve the orbital high of more than 1,500 planned broadband satellites to reduce the risk of space debris and improve latency. SpaceX's StarX satellite project, called Starlink, aims to provide high-speed, low-latency broadband worldwide. In a statement on the new FCC approval, SpaceX said, "Starlink production is in full swing, …

Read More »

Water worlds could have incredibly deep oceans, propose new models

Artistic representation of a water world. Image: NASA / JPL-Caltech Scientists have good reason to believe that so-called water worlds – exoplanets covered with surfaces entirely from a single giant ocean – are common in the galaxy. However, new computer simulations suggest that not only water worlds are prevalent, but also that they are bursting with water – and at …

Read More »

Astronomers are surprised to find deep methane lakes on methane

This near infrared color view of Cassini shows the sun glistening in front of the northern polar seas of Titan. NASA / JPL-Caltech / Univ. Arizona / Univ. Idaho In the two years since the Cassini probe completed its mission and burned in the rings of Saturn, data from their recordings are still being analyzed and astronomers are making startling …

Read More »

AI can help develop clean, boundless fusion energy artificially Intelligence | nuclear | Merger | AI | deep learning | neural network | Future | limitless

Artificial intelligence (AI) can help develop safe, clean and virtually unlimited fusion energy for generating electricity, scientists say. A team that includes researchers from Princeton University and Harvard University conducts deep learning to predict sudden disturbances, stop fusion reactions, and damage the donut-shaped tokamaks or apparatuses that harbor the reactions. Deep Learning is a powerful new version of AI's machine …

Read More »