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Physicists discover completely new quantum states when graphene meets

The super-thin & # 39; wonder material & # 39; Graphene has upset science for years with its amazing features, but it gets really interesting to stack that 2D nanomaterial against itself. In recent experiments, physicists in the US have found that proximity to previously unobserved quantum states results when graphene is assembled in a double-layered vertical stack – with …

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Scientists discover a huge freshwater reservoir under the ocean

Among the salty waters of the North Atlantic, geologists have discovered a huge freshwater aquifer hidden from the US coast. The enormous size of this huge cache is surprising, but not completely unexpected. Signals of water first appeared in the 1970s, but until now no one suspected that this huge reservoir, encased in porous rock, could cover nearly the entire …

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Scientists discover sea of ​​fresh water under the ocean – Quartz

Thousands of years ago, glaciers covered much of the planet. Oceans receded as water froze into massive sheets of ice blanketing the North American continent. As the ice age ends, glaciers melted. Massive river deltas flowed out across the continental shelf. The oceans rose, and fresh water was trapped in sediments below the waves. Discovered while drilling for oil offshore …

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Researchers discover giant freshwater aquifers off the east coast of the USA

The south bank of Martha's vineyard. Photo: Bill Brine (Flickr) In a welcome piece of news when water shortages hit major cities around the world, scientists have discovered a large, low salinity aquifer off the US East Coast. According to the researchers, this could indicate other such aquifers trapped in ocean sediments around the world under the salty seas. Evidence …

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Scientists discover the fusion of galaxies 13 billion years ago

Scientists have found one of the farthest examples of galaxy fusion in the results released this week. Researchers in Japan observed a distant light source known as B14-65666, located in the constellation known as sextane The Atacama Large Millimeter / Submillimeter Array of Telescopes in Chile. Their data indicated that the object could be a single galaxy that forms new …

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Astronomers discover the moon flashing at us, and nobody can explain why

People have been seeing flashes of light from the moon for thousands of years, but we still do not understand why this happens or what causes it. The strange event is known as Temporary Moon Phenomenon (TLP) and An astronomer from Germany believes he is about to solve this moon mystery. Hakan Kayal from the University of Würzburg in Bavaria …

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Scientists discover unlikely culprit for fertilizing North Pacific Ocean: Asian dust

Credit: Robert Simmon              The vast subtropical "gyres-large systems of rotating currents in the middle of the oceans-cover" 40 percent of the Earth's surface has long been considered.                                                 These regions are, therefore, scientifically proven to be of great importance to the Pacific. Subtropical Gyre ecosystem that has puzzled oceanographers for years: The region's chemistry changes periodically, especially levels of …

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The researchers discover a ridge of radio emissions connecting two galaxy clusters

Composite image of the galaxy clusters Abell 0399 and Abell 0401. The system is located approximately 1 billion light years from Earth, while the two galaxy clusters are approximately 10 million light years apart in projection , The nuclei of the two galaxy clusters are penetrated by a high-temperature plasma that emits in the X-rays (reds). Moreover, observations in microwaves …

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