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Tiny mercury can have a solid metallic core that competes with the earth

A solid metallic nucleus nearly as big as Earth could lurk deep in the smallest planet of the Solar System. This emerges from new research based on data collected by NASA's NASA (Mercury Surface, Space Environment, Geochemistry and Ranging) ( MESSENGER ) mission. This spaceship orbited the tiny planet for four years before deliberately crashing on the surface of Mercury. …

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Tiny Japanese baby is ready to go home after 5 months

next          Ryosuke Sekino, a 5-month-old boy who was just 258 grams (9 ounces) when he was born, is in the arms of his mothers Toshiko Sekino, aka Kohei Sekino, at a hospital in Azumino, Nagano Prefecture, central Japan, Friday, April 19, 2019. The baby is among the tiniest baby boys to survive in the world. (Kyodo News via AP) …

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Southern California hit by tiny earthquakes every 3 minutes, study finds

WASHINGTON – In Southern California, there are a number of shakeups – ten times more than seismologists had thought. But most of these earthquakes are so small that no one feels them. With a more accurate route to finding minute earthquakes, scientists counted 1.8 million of the tremblers in Southern California from 2008 to 2017, according to a report in …

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More than a million tiny earthquakes have been discovered in Southern California

Millions of tiny, undiscovered earthquakes rumble through the earth among the "big ones". In a new study, such "hidden" earthquakes in Southern California are now being discovered over a ten-year period, increasing the number of earthquakes reported in the region tenfold. Such finds of earthquake data could shake up the knowledge of how Earth's tremors develop and how they can …

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Tiny barcode barcodes help researchers identify DNA molecules

"The idea is that everything has its own heartbeat," said Shalin Shah, the main author of the newspaper, a Ph.D. Student of Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering at Duke University. The technique invented by Shah, together with Duke computer science professor John Reif and postdoctoral fellow Abhishek Dubey of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, would allow researchers to identify thousands …

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Study refutes Hawking and shows that tiny black holes may not be responsible for dark matter

Image for representation purposes only An international research team, including Dr. med. Surhud More and Dr. Anupreeta More of the Interuniversity Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA), Pune has ruled out the possibility that pristine black holes are a major constituent of dark matter. This finding disproves a theoretical statement by Prof. Stephen Hawking. Dark Matter In the solar system, …

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Saturn's rings coat tiny moons – ScienceDaily

New findings have been discovered on five tiny moons located in and near Saturn's rings. The nearest NASA spacecraft Cassini aircraft show that the surfaces of these unusual moons are covered with material from the rings of the planet – and from icy particles hurled from Saturn's larger moon, Enceladus. The work paints a picture of the competing processes that …

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Tiny water bears can teach us survival

WASHINGTON (AP) – Earth's ultimate survivors can survive extreme heat, cold, radiation and even the vacuum of space. Now the US military is hoping that these tiny animals, known as Tardigrades, can teach us about the real tenacity. These animals are pips, only about the size of a period. Under the microscope, they look like a combination of a chubby …

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