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Birthplace of Darth Vader found? Evidence of a dangerous volcano, lava world in space

Researchers believe they have discovered what they refer to as "the first volcanically active exomoon", a celestial body eerily reminiscent of the tiny, fiery "Star Wars" planet Mustafar, on which Anakin Skywalker became Darth Vader. Potential The hypothetical exomoon is located in the WASP-49b exoplanet system, approximately 550 light-years from Earth. It was compared to 55 Cancri-e, a super-earth with …

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Astronomers find evidence of a volcanically active exomoon

Artistic composition of a volcanic Exo-Io under extreme mass loss. The hidden Exomoon is surrounded by an irradiated gas cloud glowing in bright orange-yellow, as would be the case with a sodium filter. On the lunar orbit, there are sodium cloud spots that may be driven by the magnetosphere of the gas giant. (© University of Bern, Illustration: Thibaut Roger) …

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iPhone Hack: Google finds evidence of a mass hacking attack on iOS that has been going on for at least two years

Hackers have been planting spyware on iPhone users' devices over a two-year period, exploiting a vulnerability in the technology's operating systems, Google said Friday. The Bad Actors Targeted a Group of Infected Web Sites When Visited by iPhone Users According to Ian Beer of Project Zero, a team of Google security analysts investigating cybercrime, the devices attacked and, in some …

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NASA finds evidence of an "interplanetary shock" for the first time

NASA has detected a phenomenon in space that has eluded mankind for centuries – an "interplanetary shock." The planes were only 19 km apart, making the spectacle possible. "MMS was able to measure the shock thanks to its unprecedentedly fast and high-resolution instruments One of the instruments on board MMS is the rapid plasma inspection," reads a statement on the …

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This rock shelter in Ethiopia is possibly the earliest evidence of humans living in the mountains

The Fincha Habera Refuge in the Ethiopian Ballengebirge. Image: Götz Ossendorf Archaeologists working in the Ethiopian Ballengebirge have made the earliest discoveries for the previous settlement of people at great heights. These early climbers, who live over 300 meters above sea level, have eaten rodents to survive the harsh conditions of the Ice Age. New research published in Science this …

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