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The tiny supersonic jet injector accelerates additive nanoscale manufacturing

Colored SEM image shows the position of an RTD (nanoscale thermometer) resistance thermometer as the deposition substrate moves relative to the nozzle capillary on a micro scale for gas jet injection Mapping the local temperature. The thermal response of the RTD was used to validate the model prediction of adatom thermal imbalance state. Picture credits: Matthew R. Henry By exciting …

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Star Wars, Spider-Man, Tiny Sega Genesis

Toys and collectibles. Action figures, statues, exclusive items and other goods. Attention: If you look here, you will probably spend some money later. Welcome back to Toy Aisle, the regular summary of all things to do with toys. This week even more exclusive Comic-Con artists from San Diego (no matter if we go or not!) Put in our wallets. Captain …

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Hubble finds tiny "electric footballs" in space and helps solve interstellar puzzles

An artist's concept depicting the presence of Buckyballs in space. Buckyballs, consisting of 60 carbon atoms arranged like soccer balls, were previously discovered in space by scientists using NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. The new result is the first time that an electrically charged (ionized) version has been found in the interstellar medium. Picture credits: NASA / JPL-Caltech Scientists using NASA's …

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X-ray technology illuminates tiny, rare crystals in a new light

These diagrams show the atomic crystal structure of ognitite. On the left, atoms in the crystal structure are shown in red (nickel), white (tellurium) and gray (bismuth). On the right a polyhedral representation of the crystal structure. Photo credits: Mineralogical Magazine, DOI: 10.1180 / mgm.2019.31 Like a tiny needle in a sprawling hay field, a ten-million -three-meter single crystal grain …

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Hubble discovers tiny galaxies that work overtime to build new stars – BGR

Like everything else in the universe, galaxies are born, live and die in the end, and with incredibly powerful tools like the Hubble Space Telescope, we can observe different galaxies in virtually every phase of their lives. One of the latest observations has just been published on the Hubble website and contains the Starburst Dwarf galaxy ESO 495-21. His name …

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Big asteroid has a tiny chance of hitting Earth in September – BGR

Space groups such as NASA and ESA track a large number of near-Earth objects every day, and many of them have a chance to make life miserable when one day they make a collision course with Earth. These "potentially dangerous" asteroids pass the earth regularly and without problems. The same will most likely happen on September 9, 2019. Then the …

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Astronomers measure tiny black hole in the nearby dwarf galaxy

When people think of a black hole, they typically imagine a large, burning cosmic being, millions or billions of times larger than our sun. However, not all black holes are supermassive, and the smaller ones are also important. A team of scientists from the University of Michigan measured the mass of a small black hole in a nearby dwarf galaxy …

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Tiny Chipsats, Big Success: Cracker-Size Probes Phone Home From Orbit

A fleet of tiny satellites The 105 cracker-size miniprobes successfully phoned home in March, one day after their KickSat-2 carrier spacecraft, mission team members announced yesterday (June 3). "Mason Peck, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Cornell and the United States Director of the University's Space Systems Design Studio, said in a statement . "KickSat has kicked off …

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