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The Japanese asteroid probe discovered an incredible secret

Japan’s Hayabusa2 asteroid probe took pictures that revealed that the space rock was very close to the sun. There was burnt rock on the surface of the asteroid, which appeared red in the spectral analysis and indicated extreme warming over a short period of time. You can find more stories on the BGR homepage. The Japanese asteroid probe Hayabusa2 has …

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The Japanese asteroid probe discovered an incredible secret – the BGR

Japan’s Hayabusa2 asteroid probe took pictures that revealed that the space rock was very close to the sun. There was burnt rock on the surface of the asteroid, which appeared red in the spectral analysis and indicated extreme warming over a short period of time. You can find more stories on the BGR homepage. The Japanese asteroid probe Hayabusa2 has …

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Japanese honeybees learned how to “cook” murder hornets: report

In the USA, deadly hornets from Asia were sighted for the first time, which are up to 5 cm long and can wipe out entire honey bee colonies within a few hours. These so-called “murder hornets” pose a threat to the honeybee population. The hornets, which have been held responsible for 50 deaths per year in Japan, have been sighted …

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Japanese charts: Animal Crossing overtakes Smash Ultimate to become Switch’s best-selling game

Famitsu’s Japanese chart numbers are now available from April 20-26, which shows this Animal crossing: new horizons broke another record – and this is a big problem. The game sold an estimated 283,913 copies last week in Japan, bringing the lifetime lifetime sales in the region to a mighty 3.89 million. This means that New Horizons is now the best-selling …

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Asian markets win after the Japanese central bank boosted aid

BEIJING (AP) – Asian equity markets rose Monday after the Japanese central bank promised more asset purchases to support financial markets as investors turn to central bankers to support the difficult global economy. Tokyo’s benchmark rose 2.4% and Shanghai, Hong Kong and Sydney also rose. Investors are also looking forward to US and European central bank meetings this week to …

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Japanese Corona Virus: The corporate culture is struggling with telework

This is a nation where you still have to show up personally. Japan’s work culture requires constant personal interaction, partly to show respect. As a rule, employees are assessed on the basis of the hours they have entered and not on their performance. Managers don’t trust their employees to work from home, and many companies simply aren’t set up for …

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Origins of Uranus’ curiosities, explained by Japanese astronomers

Uranus is uniquely upset among the planets in our solar system. Uranus’ moons and rings are also aligned, suggesting that they formed during a catastrophic impact that upset him at the beginning of his story. Photo credit: Lawrence Sromovsky, University of Wisconsin-Madison / W.W. Keck Observatory / NASA The unusual properties of the ice giant Uranus have long confused scientists. …

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Japanese Prime Minister Abe declared the state of emergency on Tuesday: Yomiuri

FILE PHOTO: Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe wears a protective face mask as he attends a House of Lords parliamentary session after the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) on April 1, 2020 in Tokyo, Japan. REUTERS / Issei Kato TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will declare the Corona virus state of emergency on Tuesday, the Yomiuri newspaper reported …

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The Japanese government predicts that the Fuji Tokyo eruption could stifle 17.3 billion cubic feet of ashes

The Japanese government has released the results of a simulation that shows what could happen if Mount Fuji erupts again today. The project was organized by the Central Disaster Management Council, which used models to predict eruptions at 92 different vent locations on Mount Fuji. While lava could reach the outer edges of Tokyo, the main danger is in the …

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