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Asteroid Approach Tonight: Watch as a great space rock comes "very close" to the Earth Science | news

A near-Earth asteroid, named UG11 in 2019, will be "very close" to our planet this evening (Friday, November 1). Astronomer Gianluca Masi of the Virtual Telescope Project told Express.co.uk that the asteroid will arrive sometime around 20:42 GMT (16:42 EDT). The asteroid expert estimates that UG11 will be at half the distance of the moon tonight. The news comes only …

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These rats drive small cars – for science

If you give a cookie a cookie, she will ask for milk. And if you give a rat a tiny electric car, she'll use it to pick up Froot Loops. You can thank Kelly Lambert, a behavioral neuroscientist at the University of Richmond, for training rats to use custom "rat-powered vehicles" (after all, Amazon does not just let you order …

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Asteroid warning: How a 20-mile wide asteroid could head for Earth – and remain UNDETECTED | Science | News

A giant 20-mile asteroid could remain undecided on a collision course toward Earth, an expert has revealed. Earth Science author Corey Powell gave a "qualified" yes when asked whether a apocalyptic asteroid could surprise experts on Earth in only 20 years. He wrote on Quora: "The killer could not come from the asteroid belt." "Astronomers have already plotted the orbit …

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Asteroid News: First picture of an asteroid before the flyby | Science | news

The 2019 UG11 asteroid is on its way to approaching the planet on the night of Friday, November 1st. Astronomer Gianluca Masi of the Italian Virtual Telescope Project told Express.co.uk that the asteroid will make a "very close encounter". with our planet. According to the asteroid expert, UG11 will arrive tomorrow at 20.42 (GMT). Dr. Masi said: "On November 1, …

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NASA News: NASA Dots Carved Pumpkin Screaming in Space in Spooky Halloween Image | Science | news

The fog is strikingly reminiscent of a carved pumpkin. The NASA footage shows a drawing that is placed over the image, showing clearly cut out eyes and a zigzag mouth that seems to scream into space. NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope uncovered the spooky image in time for Halloween and named the structure "Jack-o-Lantern Nebula." According to NASA, a star is …

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Antarctic shock: Scientists are facing a breakthrough with a study of 2,000,000-year-old ice | Science | news

Experts are analyzing the bubbles trapped in an old block of ice taken from a depth of 200 meters. These bubbles contain carbon dioxide (CO2) and will help uncover Earth's history and its relationship to greenhouse gases. So far, scientists have only been able to analyze CO2 trapped in 800,000-year-old blocks of ice. The new analysis thus provides an unprecedented …

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NASA News: Hubble Space Telescope Catches "Space Ghosts" Staring Down at Earth | Science | news

In the picture, an eerie pair of shining eyes glares menacingly in our direction. The penetrating "eyes" are the salient feature of what resembles the face of anotherworldly creature. However, this is not a ghostly phenomenon. Hubble considers a frontal collision of titanium between two galaxies. The image shows an outline of a face in a ring of blue stars, …

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Creepy Face in Space: NASA's Hubble Space Telescope Catches a Ghostly Face Looking Down at the Earth | Science | news

A breathtaking image, sent back from a joint European Space Agency (ESA) telescope and NASA, looking like a strange face appearing in space. The strange-looking structure is created by a bluish hue of gas and faint stars that form the face, while two sets of bright star clusters form the eyes. The "spooky face" actually consists of two galaxies on …

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How to make a black hole in a science lab

Nearly 50 years ago – before Interstellar A brief history of the time and certainly the event horizon telescope – Postdoctoral researcher William Unruh attempted to explain black holes in front of an audience at a colloquium Oxford University. There were no points of reference to compare an object that is so dense that the light can not escape its …

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The NASA Supercomputer Creates Millions of "Universes" to Unravel the Mystery of the Cosmos Science | news

Astronomers have used two different methods in the past to understand the universe. Telescopes have traditionally been used to observe galaxies, while scientists recently attempted to simulate them on large computers. Now, a theoretical astrophysicist has revealed the first results of a "third way," a novel method that provides new insights into galaxy formation and the role of dark matter. …

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