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NASA scientists discover rogue planets that have caused 'dehydration attack on the solar system' Science | news

The solar system currently consists of four planets of mainly siliceous rocks or metals, including mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. These planets have a solid surface, which makes them significantly different from the larger "gas giant planets", which mainly consist of a combination of hydrogen, helium and water that exist in different physical states. However, NASA scientists John Chambers and …

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Tesla Model 3, S, X, Solar or Powerwall ordered before February 2 without a reference code? You can still get a free charge! – Reference code "How To" + Tips and tricks for owners

Cars Posted on February 9, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan 9. February 2019 by Zachary Shahan If you have confirmed or neglected a Tesla Model 3, Model S or Model X before February 1 To provide a recommendation code for 6-9 months free charge, do not be afraid – you can still do that! Our own Paul Fosse has spent …

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Researchers are paving the way to cheaper flexible solar cells

A Georgia Tech researcher owns a perovskite-based solar cell that is more flexible and lighter than silicon-based versions. Picture credits: Rob Felt, Georgia Tech Perovskite-based solar cells like a lot. They are simple and inexpensive to manufacture, offer flexibility that could open up a variety of new installation methods and locations, and have in recent years achieved energy efficiency close …

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Rare species of asteroids discovered in our solar system

The Zwicky Transient Facility, known as ZTF, was installed in March at the Samuel Oshin Telescope at the Palomar Observatory of the California Institute of Technology. Since then, more than a thousand supernovae outside our galaxy, extreme cosmic events and more than a billion stars of the Milky Way have been observed. "The astronomers feel that what the camera did …

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The solar probe begins its second orbit of the sun

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. NASA's Parker solar surveyor became a record holder at the start of his mission when he received the title of the fastest spacecraft in history from the hugely successful New Horizons probe. A few weeks later, he rewrote history by flying through the corona of …

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Parker's solar probe from NASA returns to the sun

Artistic representation of the Parker solar probe. Image: NASA It has been a while since we last heard of the Parker solar probe that the NASA probe most likely ended up as a bubble-shaped piece of molten metal. An update of the space agency suggests that all systems for the sun-bound probe, which has recently embarked on its second of …

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Tiny object found for the first time on the edge of the solar system. An object on the Kuiper Belt, which is only 2.6 km away

The Kuiper Belt or the Edgeworth Kuiper Belt is home to ancient rocks. Kuiper Belt Objects (KBOs) are remnants of the early days of planetary evolution of our solar system. Small KBOs at 1 km. Diameter range has been theorized for decades, but no one has ever found one. So far, planets form when pieces of dust aggregate into rocks …

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Mysterious, kilometer-wide object at the edge of our solar system

A mysterious 1.6-mile object was discovered at the very edge of our solar system – and could provide important clues to the formation of our planet. It was predicted that huge bodies would exist similar to 70 years ago, but were never discovered in our telescopes until a blip was discovered in front of a star. The researchers believe that …

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