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The price trend of the cryptocurrency could signal the end of the bear market, says Binance Research

Bitcoin (BTC) and Altcoin prices have already bottomed out. A new analysis of cryptocurrency exchange rates took place on April 11th. The most recent edition of its research bulletin, Binance Research, the exchange's specialized branch of analysis, explored various current phenomena and trends in the cryptocurrency markets. Below that was the correlation between Bitcoin and Altcoin prices. The 2014-2019 data …

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NASA's glowing Aurora research looks like an "alien attack" in this stunning footage

Two successful rocket launches in Norway on Friday have baffled the locals, confused and impressed with an incredible artificial light show. After two orange spots were shot through the air, bright clouds and colorful lights suddenly appeared – but it was not an alien attack, as some outlets suggest. Instead, the missiles were part of the AZURE (Auroral Zone Upwelling …

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NASA funds research to create "bacterial factories" for space missions of the future

As humanity continues to advance into space, there will be an increasing demand for high-efficiency technologies that can recycle on-board resources to produce essential supplies for long-term missions. Now, a team of scientists has described a new technique that could possibly serve such a purpose, according to the NASA-funded study that was presented today at the Spring 2019 Spring 2019 …

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Why does Enceladus have an underground ocean? New research shows differences between Saturn's moons

New answers to secrets about Saturn's moons could shed light on Enceladus's ability to support life, researchers say. Researchers now know, for example, why Enceladus harbors a hidden ocean, while many of his siblings do not. Saturn not only has extraordinary rings, but also more than 60 moons. The size of these natural satellites ranges from tiny lunar stars that …

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The winter in Australia will disappear by 2050, new research claims

Visual design and climate change scientists have teamed up to show Australians how winter will fade and that by 2050 a "new summer" will emerge. School of Art & Design (SOA & D) and Australian National University academics The Climate Change Institute has created an instrument that allows users to see how climate change is affecting temperatures in thousands of …

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Germline gene-editing research needs rules

The ethical and moral aspects of gene processing in human embryos are a topic of debate worldwide. Photo credits: Sandy Huffaker / Bloomberg / Getty At the end of last month, the Chinese Ministry of Health issued draft guidelines to prevent rogues from prematurely using new and unapproved biomedical technologies in the clinic. The regulations require that the most risky …

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Military sonar interferes with the feeding of blue whales, reveals the research

High-intensity military sonars can have a major impact on the feeding habits of blue whales, scientists concluded after a five-year project to track the behavior of endangered species. The majority of whales would immediately forego deep krill stains when encountering sonar, and many fled the area, a research team from the University of California found. "We wanted to better understand …

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What killed the dinosaurs? New research suggests that volcanoes are NOT responsible for killer asteroids Science | news

Millions of years before humanity entered Earth, dinosaurs ruled the world. It was widely believed that the demise of the dinosaurs was triggered by a massive asteroid that hit Earth 66 million years ago. However, a few groundbreaking new studies have shown that a huge volcanic eruption has contributed to the extinction of the huge prehistoric reptiles. Volcanic eruptions spewing …

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