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Astronomers discover unidentifiable “circular” phenomena over Australia

Australian astronomers have discovered a number of inexplicable signals that they believe could be “a new class of astronomical objects”. A team of international researchers at the Australian Square Kilometer Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) in the western region of the continent has referred to the objects as “Odd Radio Circles” (ORCs). Under the leadership of astrophysicist Ray Norris from Western Sydney …

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Scientists discover tiny dinosaur ancestors: a 4-inch tiny insect killer

Researchers have discovered an ancient relative of dinosaurs, a 4-inch reptile that lived 237 million years ago. Known as Kongonaphon kelyThe old reptile was a “tiny beetle hunter” and lived in today’s Madagascar. This emerges from a study published in the Proceedings journal of the National Academy of Sciences. The fossil was first discovered in 1998 by a team of …

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Scientists discover extremely tiny dinosaur ancestors in Madagascar

His name was Kongonaphon kely, which means “tiny beetle hunter” and was about the size of a coffee cup. But big things lay ahead for this little creature. Very big things indeed. The tiny beetle hunter who lived about 237 million years ago during the Triassic period in Madagascar was only 10 centimeters tall. Still, scientists say K. kely belonged …

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Physicists discover exotic, new tetraquark particles that we have never seen before

There is a new exotic subatomic particle on the atomic destroyer. Physicists working with the CERN collaboration Large Hadron Collider Beauty (LHCb) have found a new form of the elusive four-quark particle called tetraquark that they have never seen before. The newly identified particle consists of four quarks of the same taste and, according to scientists, is likely to be …

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Scientists discover ‘cosmic baby’ Fox News

Scientists have discovered a neutron star, which they call a “cosmic baby”. The neutron star Swift J1818.0-1607 is only 240 years old and, according to a NASA statement, “a true newborn by cosmic standards”. The celestial object was discovered on March 12 by NASA’s Neil Gehrels Swift Observatory. At this point, the neutron star released a massive x-ray. Additional investigations …

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Physicists discover inexplicable interactions between particles in the search for dark matter

Deep below the Gran Sasso Mountains in Italy, the world’s most sensitive dark matter experiment has made a surprising discovery. No, it is not dark matter. Instead, the experiment found significantly more particle interaction events than predicted by the standard model of particle physics. Instead of the 232 ± 15 low-energy events expected in the data for a year from …

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Scientists discover that giant carnivorous dinosaurs lived in Australia

A team of researchers analyzed dinosaur footprint fossils and concluded that they were large-body carnivorous dinosaurs that were up to three meters high and about ten meters long at the hips. This is from a press release from the University of Queensland. “To put this in perspective, T. rex reached about 3.25 meters on the hips and 12 to 13 …

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