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Mysterious Buckyballs found so far in interstellar space confused scientists

An artistic conception that shows spherical carbon molecules, known as buckyballs, emerging from a planetary nebula – material spilled by a dying star. Researchers at the University of Arizona have now produced these molecules under laboratory conditions designed to mimic those in their "natural" space habitat. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech Researchers discovered a mechanism for forming complex carbon molecules in …

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Oxygen on Mars behaves the way scientists can not explain it

Atmospheric gases on Mars give us many puzzles. First, there was the business with vanishing, reemerging methane. It has now been observed that the oxygen content above the Gale crater rises and falls in amounts that are not suitable for any known chemical processes. The data comes from Curiosity, the Mars rover, who has made his slow and methodical trek …

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Scientists find the human footprint in a mammoth lane using 3D radar

A team led by Cornell University researchers used ground radar to detect 12,000 year old footprints and footprints. Cornell University When you visit the White Sands National Monument in New Mexico, you will witness endless waves of light gypsum. It's beautiful, but a research team led by Cornell University scientists was more interested in what was hidden under the sand. …

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NASA scientists discover huge thermonuclear explosion deep in space

NASA recently discovered a massive thermonuclear explosion from space. The culprit appears to be a distant pulsar, as the space agency reports, which depicts the star-shaped remnants of a star that was blown up in a supernova, but too small to form a black hole. NASA discovered the outbreak because it sent out an intense x-ray beam that was picked …

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Scientists Look To The Skies To Estimate How Fast Universe Is Expanding

This image from the Cherenkov telescope array illustrates all three classes of the 99 telescopes planned for the southern hemisphere at ESO's Paranal Observatory, as viewed from the center of the array. CTAO / MA. Besel / IAC (G.P. Diaz) / ESO The Hubble Constant is one of the most important concepts in astronomy. Many different figures have been presented …

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Scientists have studied data from 125,000 years ago to find out how climate change affects sea levels

The sea level rose 10 meters over the current level during the last warm period of the earth 125,000 years ago. This emerges from new research results that provide insight into the current evolution of climate change. Our article published today in Nature Communications shows that Antarctic melting ice was the main cause of sea level rise in the last …

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Scientists further refine how quickly the universe is expanding

The team's analysis paves the way for better measurements in the future using telescopes from the Cherenkov telescope array. Credit: Photo courtesy of Daniel López / IAC              Wielding state-of-the-art technologies and techniques, a team of Clemson University astrophysicists has added a novel approach to quantifying one of the most fundamental laws of the universe.                                                 The astrophysical journal Clemson …

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