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Full Green Corn Moon will light up this week

The Full Green Moon in August, also known as the Full Moon, reaches its peak on Thursday, August 15, at 8:29 am. This means that the best time to display the full moon this month is the night before Wednesday in the early Thursday morning or the night after the peak on Thursday. Various Indian peoples knew the full moon …

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Emission nebula is 100 light years wide and shaped like a seagull

Colorful and shaky Sharp 2-296 forms the "wings" of a sky realm known as gull nebula – named after its resemblance to a seagull in flight. This celestial bird contains a fascinating mix of fascinating astronomical objects. Glowing clouds snake between dark dust streaks and bright stars. The gull nebula – consisting of dust, hydrogen, helium and traces of heavier …

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Natural Light Hard Selters? Anheuser-Busch tends to trend

The Alcohol Company launches a new line of spiked seltzer under the Natural Light brand, an affordable product marketed for college-age drinkers. Natty Light Seltzer is not the first Hard Seltzer product for AB InBev that Bon & Viv is already selling. There is no question that Hard Seltzer has a moment. Sales of White Claw, the leader in the …

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The Light Sail is Working … It's Working!

Good news from The Planetary Society: LightSail 2's solar sail is intended as intended. After launching on June 25th, then deploying its solar sail system on July 23rd, mission managers have been working on the solar sail to optimize their way LightSail 2 orients itself towards the Sun. "Bruce Betts, LightSail Program Manager, Chief Scientist, Planetary Society." Bruce Betts, LightSail …

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So, how much did the light sail of the Planetary Society really sail?

This image was taken during the LightSail 2 sail delivery sequence on July 23, 2019 at 18:49 UTC. The sail is almost fully deployed and appears warped near the edges due to the spacecraft's 185-degree fisheye camera lens. This image was taken during the LightSail 2 sail delivery sequence on July 23, 2019 at 18:48 UTC. Baja California and Mexico …

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Quantum Simulation by Light Radio

Artistic representation of atoms working as qubits near a "topological waveguide". Picture credits: Max Planck Society Quantum simulators are under intense research: they promise to calculate the properties of complex quantum systems accurately when conventional and even supercomputers fail. In a joint project, theorists of the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics in Garching and the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones …

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Ancient star discovery sheds light on the mystery of the Big Bang

An artistic idea of ​​what the first stars looked like shortly after the Big Bang. A star named S0-2, depicted in this artist's illustration as a blue and green object, approached the supermassive black at the nearest hole in the middle of the Milky Way in 2018. This test was a test of Einstein's general theory of relativity The spiral …

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Astronomers have discovered a potentially habitable world just 31 light years away thanks to NASA's Planet Hunting Telescope

planet gj 357 d illustration artist concept NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center / Chris Smith Just 31 light-years away, one of the next discovered worlds could harbor liquid water its surface. NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite, or TESS – a super-powerful orbiting telescope scanning the sky for alien worlds – discovered a new planet orbiting a nearby star in the …

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