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NASA Mermaids Hunt Deadly Asteroids – Quartz

NASA can not afford to build a space telescope that is considered to be the fastest way to identify asteroids that could hit Earth with terrible consequences. According to a law from 2015, the space agency had five years' time, 90% of the Earth's objects over 140 meters in diameter, which could destroy cities, regions, and even civilization itself if …

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KLM airline calls on people not to fly – quartz

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has an unusual message for its customers: maybe not take this flight. In an open letter from CEO Pieter Elbers on June 29, the airline urged air travelers to "make responsible decisions to fly" and encouraged customers to invest in the airline's carbon offset system, CO2ZERO. We are there. We work hard to get things right, …

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Scientists discover sea of ​​fresh water under the ocean – Quartz

Thousands of years ago, glaciers covered much of the planet. Oceans receded as water froze into massive sheets of ice blanketing the North American continent. As the ice age ends, glaciers melted. Massive river deltas flowed out across the continental shelf. The oceans rose, and fresh water was trapped in sediments below the waves. Discovered while drilling for oil offshore …

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Electric aircraft fly on the Paris Air Show – Quartz

First came propellers. Then jet engines. Now the electric motor begins to redesign aircraft. This week saw the world's largest aerospace event, the Paris Air Show. The issued electric aircraft were numerically a minor matter. More than $ 15 billion of fossil-fueled aircraft have been sold to meet the world's growing demand for air travel. However, it was Cape Air's …

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Cuttlefish can thrive in oceans with increasing carbon dioxide – quartz

Cuttlefish take a strong place in our imagination. They are the original sea monsters immortalized in Jules Verne's classic novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea and in Scandinavian folklore, where a cephalopod creature emerges from the sea to wreak havoc as octopus. New Science shows that nobody should write them off in the real world. They will probably be …

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Google warns to exclude Huawei from its Android operating system – Quartz

The US action against Huawei had unintended consequences. Some of them appear on the surface. The Trump government is trying to prevent the Chinese telecommunications company from selling its technology in the US and banning American companies from selling products to the company. Now, Google warns that Huawei has banned updates to its ubiquitous Android operating system that the restriction, …

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America's first private moon lander wants to be made in India – Quartz

The first US lunar lander in the 21st century will be designed in India, the result of NASA's new willingness to outsource production of its space vehicles. NASA says it will spend more than $ 250 million hiring private companies to transport scientific missions to the moon. Three companies-Astrobotic, Intuitive Machines, and Orbit Beyond- These privately-operated missions, part of the …

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A video showed a parked Tesla Model S exploding in Shanghai – Quartz

A video that seems to explode a white Tesla Model S in Shanghai to house the US company's first foreign-owned electric vehicle factory has been widely circulated on the Chinese social media platform Weibo, prompting the company to do so investigate. 19659002] "We immediately sent a local team and we assist the local authorities in identifying the facts. According to …

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