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What gives meteorites their form? New research reveals an answer, Goldilocks & # 39;

Meteoroproducts from space are randomly shaped, but many of them that land as meteorites on Earth are cut in cones. In order to explore the forces that cone-shaped meteorites produce, researchers have recreated meteorites that move through outer space: clay objects attached to a pole served as pseudo-meteorites that erode as they move through water. Photo credit: NYU's Applied Mathematics …

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USDA's plan to relocate research agencies to the Midwest leads to a brain drain

Two critical federal research agencies are gutted after workers are called to move from Washington to the Midwest. As of Monday, new and relocating employees may be temporarily reported to offices in the Kansas City region, the US Department of Agriculture, said. More than half of the staff of the Economic Research Service and the National Institute for Food and …

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Research: Libra popularity eclipses most other cryptocurrencies

Facebook's cryptocurrency, Libra, may not have been published yet. Brokerage giant, eToro, conducted a survey The company found 16% of people surveyed what libra what, eclipsing awareness of Ethereum (12%) and other cryptocurrencies such as Litecoin and XRP which were found Forbes "We believe that crypto and the blockchain technology will be essential." to tomorrow's economy, "Guy Hirsch, US managing …

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Johnson and Hunt said Brexit threatens research

Image Rights Getty / EPA / Will Oliver Caption Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt urged to investigate the impact of a no-deal Brexit on British research. The Royal Society President has warned Tory leadership candidates that British research could be harmed by a poor deal or a no-deal Brexit This shows that one-third of British research has been co-authored with …

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SpaceX was commissioned by NASA to launch a research vessel for black holes and neutron stars – TechCrunch

SpaceX received a new order from NASA to launch the agency's X-ray Polarimetry Explorer (IXPE). This research probe will study polarized light from sources such as neutron stars, pulsed-wind mists and supermassive black holes, and provide far more images than existing space-based observation neutrons with particularly strong magnetic fields), black holes, and "pulsar wind nebulae" found in the remnants of …

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Research reveals strange sea routes that once covered the Sahara

Artist Concept of the Transsahara Seaway Illustration: Carl Buell (AMNH) Today, the Sahara seems to be one of the most lifeless regions of the world. But its fossils show it was once a huge fish filled with sea lanes and some of the largest sea snakes the planet has ever seen. From 100 million to 50 million years ago, a …

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The Indian Space Station will provide a research platform unparalleled on Earth: Govt

India intends to launch Gaganyaan, its manned space mission, by 2022. In a written answer to a question in Lok Sabha, MoS in. The Indian Space Station, when fully set up, will provide for the deployment Englisch: www.socialistgroup.eu/gpes/newsdeta…ome&site=msp In the Federal Republic of China, the government said that the expected benefits were likely in the areas of human health, disaster …

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Researchers use embryonic stem cells to create live model embryos for research: Shots

Researchers developed a structure of embryonic stem cells that mimics the earliest stages of human womb development. This image shows the structure breaking through the symmetry of the sphere, creating more complex structures that eventually develop into a fetus. Mijo Simunovic, Ph.D., Simon's Junior Fellow, The Rockefeller University Hide caption Caption switch Mijo Simunovic, Ph.D., Simon's junior fellow, The Rockefeller …

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