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Discovery of Water on the Moon: Astronomers Peek New Ice in the Southern Pole of the Moon | Science | news

Water on the Moon is found around the South Pole, where deep impact craters are wrapped in permanent darkness. Until recently, astronomers believed that water was left behind by aquatic comets and volcanic activity billions of years ago. However, satellite data collected by NASA has revealed younger-looking ice deposits in smaller craters. The "surprising" discovery suggests that there are unknown …

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Man severely burned after falling into thermal water at Old Faithful

Cade Edmond Siemers told Park Rangers that he took a walk on the boardwalk without a flashlight in the thermal water near the cone of Old Faithful Geyser, the NPS said in a statement. "The ground in hydrothermal areas is fragile and thin, and there is scalding water just below the surface," the statement said. Siemers was to walk back …

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Had Venus, the Hellscape Planet's & # 39; Twisted Sister & # 39; the earth, once water and life?

Venus, the brooding, radiation-bombed, sulfuric acid, venomous, hellish landscape of a planet in our solar system, once could have harbored vast oceans … and actually been quite beautiful. A water-covered and life-friendly Venus may have lasted up to 3 billion years, scientists recently reported. However, this idyllic time in Venus' past suddenly ended between 700 and 750 million years ago, …

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Continent: Researchers discover the hidden continent of Greater Adriatic mainly under water in the Mediterranean

The Seven Wonders of the World could be added. Researchers have discovered a continent the size of Greenland, largely hidden under water in the Mediterranean. The missing piece of continental crust, called "Greater Adria" by its founders at the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands, appeared to be separate from North Africa and to settle below southern Europe. While most …

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The largest source of plastic in our fresh water is laundry lint / Boing Boing

On average, you consume between 74,000 and 121,000 microscopic pieces of plastic every year. Probably much more. Where does it come from? According to Penn State chemist Sherry Mason, 60 percent of the microplastics in our freshwater comes from laundry lint making wastewater treatment plants. From American Scientist: As we clean our clothing, sheets, and towels, tiny threads-commonly called microfibers-break …

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To prepare astronauts for the moon, NASA is using a giant water tank

Now that's on Aquaman. As NASA prepares for a return to the Moon in 2024, it's using a massive water tank to help prepare potential astronauts for the coming into being. The government agency The Buoyancy Lab is located at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. NASA said it is in the "early stages" of evaluating how the astronauts would …

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Not only did we not find water on an Earth-like exoplanet, but we can not do it with current technology

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin <div _ngcontent-c15 = "" innerhtml = " This artist's depiction shows the planet K2-18b, its host star and one Accompanying planet in this system K2-18b is the first super-earth exoplanet discovered to have water and temperatures to support life as we know it, but it has also been discovered that hydrogen …

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Hong Kong police use water cannon during clashes with demonstrators for the 15th weekend in a row

The streets of downtown Hong Kong became the scene of clashes between demonstrators and police on Sunday, as political turmoil in the global financial center continued for a 15th weekend in a row. Tens of thousands of democracy supporters marched through downtown streets, despite a ban on police, before violence broke out later in the day when police fired chemically …

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2 studies, 1 planet! In a race to discover a water vapor world

Water vapor and probably clouds that rain liquid water were discovered on a exoplanet located in the habitable zone of its star. But there is a problem. While the discovery was published late Tuesday evening (September 10th) in an article on the preprint server arXiv.org, yesterday (September 11) a second article reviewed by experts was published in the journal Naturastronomie, …

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