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Hordes of Earth's toughest creatures can now live on the Moon life

Tardigrades, as the water bears are called rather prosaic, have long fascinated scientists with their true superpowers of survival. – Handout via AFP WASHINGTON, August 7 – There could be life on the moon: thousands of nearly indestructible creatures that withstand extreme radiation, boiling heat, the coldest temperatures in the universe, and decades without food. [19659003] These terrifying-sounding creatures are …

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The Earth's Core Is Licking: Scientists Do not Know Why This Is the Case for 2.5 Billion Years | Science | news

The Earth's core in the dead center of the planet burns at an incredible 7,952 to 11,012 degrees Celsius (4,400 to 6,100 degrees Celsius). This nightmarish hellish landscape of molten iron and nickel is more than 6,000 km (6,300 miles) down. Due to the metal composition of the core, the core is the main driving force for the planet's natural …

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We can use the Earth's atmosphere as a massive telescope

Terrascope It Out We are currently unable to build a kind of planet-sized telescope that would allow us to look into the distance of our universe. But we have a planet, and David Kipping, assistant professor of astronomy at Columbia University, believes that with a trick of physics, he can turn his atmosphere into a planetary telescope he calls a …

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Discovery of the shocking moon: The Earth's satellite is 100 million years older than previously thought, according to a study

The Apollo missions have left a lasting legacy in space exploration, notably the Apollo 11 mission, where humanity walked the moon for the first time. A new study, however, extends the legacy of Apollo missions to something much bigger than walking on another celestial body – it suggests that the moon is much older than imagined. Researchers analyzed the lunar …

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How Earth's Space Technology Works

Reduced startup costs can open up new space activities such as spacecraft manufacture and assembly. (Source: NASA) by Jeff Greenblatt and Al Anzaldua Monday, July 29, 2019 <img src = "http://s7.addthis.com/static/btn/v2/lg-share -en.gif "width =" 125 "height =" 16 "alt =" Bookmark and Share and Potential Benefits of Space-based Abilities for Life on Earth from an Environmental, Social and Economic Perspective, …

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The space laboratory falls out of orbit and burns in STUNNING film | in the Earth's atmosphere science | news

Most of the space laboratory was burned when reentering the Earth's atmosphere. And a small amount of space debris fell into a designated area in the South Pacific. Tiangong-2 was in orbit for more than 1,000 days after launching the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in September 2016 – much longer than its planned two-year lifespan. 30 astronauts were housed in …

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Earth's new early warning system for meteors is needed more than ever

Earth Attack: Cosmic Influences Throughout History – 4.5 billion years ago : Mars-sized object collides with the newly formed Earth, creating debris that merges to form the Moon. – 66 million years ago: 10 km wide asteroid crashes into the Gulf of Mexico and destroys over 70 percent of the living species – including dinosaurs. – 50,000 years ago: A …

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Learn more about the Earth's threat on the International Asteroid Day

For the first time, astronomers have shown that telescopes can provide a sufficient warning for humans to move away from an asteroid strike on Earth. Astronomers at the University of Hawaii used the ATLAS and Pan-STARRS Surveying Telescopes to locate a small asteroid before entering the Earth's atmosphere on the morning of June 22. The 2019 MO asteroid had a …

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