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Voyager 2 team publishes first scientific data on interstellar space

Mission Voyager 2 has published its first scientific measurements of interstellar space according to newly published research. Voyager 2 crossed the Heliopause last November and joined Voyager 1 as the only human. Objects that have left the heliosphere, the area around the sun that is influenced by the solar wind . Fortunately, the instruments of Voyager 2 worked well enough …

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Seven steps to make a journey to scientific conferences more sustainable

Traveling by train can reduce the environmental impact of attending a conference. Wavebreak Media ltd / Alamy All scientists face pressure to give external seminars and attend conferences. This is especially important for early-career researchers because they can help them to find new positions, and add to their CVs. To do research effectively, scientists need to build networks and collaborations, …

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A scientific breakthrough in the Florida Aquarium could be America's 'Great Barrier Reef'. rescue

The milestone could have far-reaching implications for "America's Barrier Reef", the world's third largest coral reef located just off the coast of the Florida Keys. The successful result is part of what the aquarium is called "Project Coral" – a program that was developed in part with the goal of finally repopulating the Florida Reef Tract. The project is working …

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Strange geometry of distortion helps to cross scientific boundaries

Princeton researchers have built an electronic array on a microchip that simulates particle interactions in a hyperbolic plane, a geometric surface in which space moves away from each point curves. Picture credits: Kollár et al. Atomic interactions in everyday solids and liquids are so complex that some of the properties of these materials continue to elude physicists' understanding. The mathematical …

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20,000 sign the scientific plan of Asgardia LIVE FOREVER | Science | news

Lena De Winne, who spent 15 years with the European Space Agency, claims that human progress is "on the verge of a quantum leap" in technology that will immortalize mankind as a species. She said, "I know that sounds like science fiction, but instead it's a scientific fact, and we've reached a technological level that will allow us to seriously …

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A study has shown that scientific reproducibility does not correspond to scientific truth

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Reproducible scientific results are not always true, and true scientific results are not always reproducible, according to a mathematical model created by researchers from the University of Idaho. Their study, which simulates the search for this scientific truth, will be published on Wednesday, May 15, in the magazine PLOS ONE . Independent confirmation of scientific results …

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Women are now responsible for NASA's scientific missions

When the next rover in size 2020 lands on Mars, physicist Lori Glaze will be the ultimate head of this alien enterprise. She heads NASA's Planetary Science Division. And she is not alone. For the first time in history, three of NASA's four science departments are headed by women, a landmark NASA announced on Friday. "I am proud to say …

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Women are now responsible for NASA's scientific missions

When the next rover in size 2020 lands on Mars, physicist Lori Glaze will be the ultimate head of this alien enterprise. She heads NASA's Planetary Science Division. And she is not alone. For the first time in history, three of NASA's four science departments are headed by women, a landmark NASA announced on Friday. "I am proud to say …

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Hippos, halos and black holes – the best scientific images of April

Ring of Fire. Light whirls around the edge of a supermassive black hole in the center of galaxy M87, 17 million parsecs (55 million light-years) from Earth. This image, the first black hole of all kinds, was released on April 10 by the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration. Merging was a daunting undertaking that combined data in the petabyte range (1 …

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