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A new study shows that sea turtles use the Earth's magnetic fields to find the beach where they were born

Loggerhead sea turtles have their own internal GPS, which leads them back to their birthplace or other areas with a similar magnetic field. A new study has revealed that loggerhead sea turtles are able to find the beach born through the use of magnetic fields, using their own internal GPS, which returns them decades later directly to their birthplace Kenneth …

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Earth's magnetic field unites turtles with similar genetic composition

Biologists have discovered that sea turtles, which also find their birth beaches with their ability to magnetically navigate, can be lost. These turtles would still find other turtles with similar genetic makeup. Jean Christophe Magnenet | AFP / Getty Images ) A recent study shows that loggerhead turtles nesting on beaches with similar magnetic fields also resemble each other genetically. …

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The task of saving the fragile reefs on which the earth's oceans depend

Up to 85% of the oxygen we breathe comes from the ocean, but a healthy ocean depends on healthy reefs. Coral reefs die: We have already lost half of the world's coral due to human activities such as dredging seabed, pollution and greenhouse gas emissions that heat ocean waters and make them more acidic. Scientists are working on emergency interventions, …

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"Superflares" can make life difficult on Earth's next exoplanet

The illustration of a strong flare from the red dwarf star Proxima Centauri Picture credits: Roberto Molar Candanosa / Carnegie Institution for Science, NASA / SDO, NASA / JPL Earth's next exoplanet could be hard due to UV radiation so it is hard for life to survive there, as a new study suggests. This planet, the rough Earth mass Proxima …

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ESA maps the Earth's second magnetic field in unprecedented detail

Magnetism is one of the most elusive features of our planet, and scientists around the world are working to understand how it behaves and changes. However, recently, European Space Agency (ESA) researchers have been able to map another form of magnetic field, one that emerges from the tidal movement of seawater and has never been observed in unprecedented detail. Normally, …

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Tiny sea creatures keep secrets of the Earth's climate – TechSource International

NASA's NASA mission began its last task to carry out an integrated study of all four different phases of the phytoplankton bloom and their impact on the phytoplankton bloom. Above – a look at the research ship Atlantis, Seaborne for the study "North Atlantic Aerosols and Marine Ecosystems" Photo credits: Nicole Estaphan about NASA Every new season brings change. Seasonal …

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Humanity's first flight to Earth's next star will start in July

The NASA Parker Solar Probe – the first human mission to the Sun – is in final preparation for launch on July 31st. The spacecraft was flown by the US Air Force to Florida, where it will continue testing and finally undergo final assembly and mating with the third tier Delta IV Heavy launch vehicle. Parker Solar Probe is the …

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