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Breakthrough in the dark matter puzzle as the first-discovered neutral hydrogen from other galaxies – RT World News

In a development that could finally shed light on dark matter, an international team of scientists for the first time discovered neutral hydrogen atoms from a galaxy other than ours. The finding came thanks to the huge spherical radio telescope (FAST) with a length of 500 meters, which is located in a hilly, green natural pool in the southwestern Chinese …

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Puzzle of 2 million year old stone balls solved

For nearly 2 million years, ancient people made stones into hand-sized balls, but archaeologists weren’t sure why. Now they know: Old people used them as tools to get the tasty marrow in animal bones, according to a new study. In other words, if a bone were a can of soup, these old stone balls would be like old can openers. …

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B & luru scientists shed some light on the 142-year-old solar puzzle

An international team of scientists, including two astrophysicists from Bengaluru, uncovered a 142-year-old mystery of the sun on Friday, opening a new window to investigate one of the sun's greatest mysteries. [19659002] The team of researchers from the Indian Institute of Astrophysics found out how sunspots – small plasma jets, of which about one million are on the Sun at …

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Pioneering new images replace layers of a stellar puzzle

Multilayer Solar Spicules View: (top to bottom) Observations of the corona from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO), followed by images from the Big Bear Solar Observatory of the NJIT of the chromosphere , the photosphere and the associated magnetic fields. The background is a picture of the entire solar disk of the NASA satellite. Credit: T. Samanta, H. Tian, ​​V. …

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Solve the Graphene Bend Puzzle – "Everyone disagreed, they were all correct"

Representation of a bend in bilayer graphene. Credit: Blanka Janicek, Pinshane Huang Lab New research from University of Illinois engineers combines atomic-level experiments with computer modeling to determine how much energy is needed to bend multilayer graphene – a question Scientists escaped since graphene was first isolated. The results were published in the journal Nature Materials of November 11, 2019. …

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Did you get a strange puzzle text? You're not alone

Stephanie Bovee, a 28-year-old from Portland, woke up at 5am. Her sister just wrote "omg". She immediately believed that something had happened to her newborn nephew at the hospital. She started calling everyone. Her sister and her sister's husband did not answer. She woke her mother and freaked her out. It took three hours for her to learn that everything …

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The 10-year puzzle of proton measurement is probably resolved

A precise re-measurement of the size of the proton reveals that a decade-long problem may have a solution. The proton is arguably the most important particle in our daily lives, forming one of the three core components of atoms and determining element identities. This makes the values ​​of its various properties particularly important. The experimental disagreement over one of these …

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How did this planet get there? TESS examines a planetary puzzle

An artistic representation of a hot Jupiter exoplanet. C. Carreau / ESA The planetary satellite TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite) of NASA has made another fascinating discovery. This time, it's on a planet it should not be, right in the middle of a zone where a planet should have been destroyed by its star. The star HD 203949 is located …

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