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Yellowstone volcano: How geologists observed "earthquake SWARM" science | news

Yellowstone volcano has erupted three times in history – 2.1 million, 1.3 million, and 630,000 years ago. Jacob Lowenstein of the United States Geological Survey (USGS) has completed the first geological survey of Yellowstone National Park. During their stay, the group experienced a "swarm of earthquakes" that shook the trees and the ground beneath them. In 1871, Ferdinand Vanderveer Hayden …

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Life on Mars? NASA Curiosity Rover finds "habitable atmosphere" | Science | news

A new study has shown that asteroid influences on ancient Mars could have produced life-sustaining ingredients if the Martian atmosphere were rich in hydrogen. Researchers at the Curiosity Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) said a hydrogen-rich atmosphere would explain how the planet is habitable. The ingredients are nitrites (NO2) and nitrates (NO3). Both nitrates are important for sustaining and maintaining …

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"Aliens watching us in a galactic zoo" claims the top astronomer | Science | news

The question of whether humans are alone in the universe or not fueled our ideas, including the [449004] world's best minds. The lack of extraterrestrial evidence, and yet a high probability that it exists, has still astounded experts. But maybe aliens have already found us and are intentionally hiding, say extraterrestrial observers. Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligence (METI) researchers have suggested that …

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Halo Drive: Black Holes to Accelerate the Interstellar Vehicle to LIGHT SPEED Science | news

Black holes are space-time regions with such strong gravitational effects that nothing – even light – can escape. Our understanding of black holes begins to grow after LIGO has recently detected gravitational waves – and provides the first direct evidence of the existence of black holes. And a Columbia University astrophysicist believes that black holes provide an unprecedented opportunity for …

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Life on Mars? NASA scientists find growing 'FUNGI' PROOF at Mars Curiosity Rover photos | Science | News

Giovanni Schiaparelli turned his telescope to the red planet, making him the first man to map Mars. Mr. Schiaparelli has observed dark areas, which he says are "connected to the sea." The findings capture the public's imagination, triggering an obsession that has lingered ever-since. NASA may Algae, lichens and "Martian mushrooms" have been published by the NASA rovers Opportunity and …

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NASA SHOCK: The Saturn moon Titan could be the home of humans, the NASA engineer claims at Reddit Science | news

Janelle Wellons wrote to NASA engineers, scientists, pilots, and project managers that Titan is "a great place to live." The engineer worked on the Cassini probe, which took seven years to teach the Saturn system for the titanium study, and brought much knowledge about the satellite. Titan has 14 percent of Earth's gravity, so it would feel very different from …

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Travel times from SpaceX to SLASH: SpaceX will be in 30 minutes from London to New York & # 39; ROCKET & # 39; Science | news

SpaceX is revolutionizing the space race with reusable rockets. Within decades of launch, the company, owned by Elon Musk, has signed contracts with NASA to blow up astronauts to the International Space Station (ISS) and announced designs for manned Mars missions. And SpaceX has now set itself the goal of transforming terrestrial travel and making traditional long-distance travel obsolete, experts …

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A supermoon, surprising asteroids and a fossil treasure trove: This week in space and science

Hidden in one of the darkest corners of the Orion constellation, this Cosmic Bat is spreading its hazy wings through interstellar space two thousand light-years away. It is illuminated by the young stars nestled in its core – being shrouded by opaque clouds of dust, their bright rays are still illuminating the nebula. In this illustration. Thesis rings shape when …

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Antarctic Breakthrough: How scientists remained astonished after diving under BOTTOM ice science | news

Antarctica is the fifth largest continent in the world. Temperatures can drop below -90 ° C in this icy continent and are therefore of great interest to the scientific community that studies its history. Between 1,000 and 5,000 people live in the frozen desert and the number of animals is scarce. Penguins and seals are among the most common observations. …

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