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Core-specific X-ray staining for virtual 3D histology

<a rel == lightbox" href="http://3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn.net/newman/gfx/news/2018/nucleusspeci.jpg "title =" The X-ray appropriate, nucleus-specific staining drug protocol for the 3D virtual histology: Staining protocol and interaction of hematin-based X-ray staining with soft tissue (A) The developed hematin-based staining procedure shows the individual steps including incubation and staining times. Staining step 1 was performed using lead (II) acetate trihydrate as Heavy metal source The …

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Chandra X-ray Observatory back online after failure

NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory will soon be observing the cosmos again, the space agency said Monday. A shock last week left the spacecraft in safe mode. Chandra is a space observatory that observes extreme objects emitting X-rays, such as black holes. The problems with Chandra surfaced on October 10, just days after the iconic Hubble Space Telescope went into safe …

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Chandra X-ray Observatory Enters Safe Fashion Days After Hubble

Artist's concept of Chandra X-ray Observatory. Illustration: NASA / CXC / SAO Mere days after the Hubble Space Telescope has been detected Fashion on Wednesday. Chandra has been X-raying our universe since its launch in 1999. Chandra has been precision X-raying our universe since its launch in 1999 and is one of four observatories of NASA's Great Observatory program, which …

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Brains about the breed: Fossil explains with X-ray tomography – Ezine

Size plays a role X-ray tomography was used to examine a newly described fossil of an extinct ancestor of modern mammals found with 38 petrified offspring. The study provides new evidence that the first mammals traded the brood size for the size of the brain. Mammals have the largest brains compared to body size and produce some of the smallest …

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X-ray technology reveals matter around the black hole for the first time

Researchers found that light does not bend so much around the strong gravitational field of a black hole. The new study was conducted using a new technology called X-ray polarimetry. ( NASA, ESA, Martin Kornmesser ) Researchers have discovered how the strong gravitational field of a black hole affects the shape of the matter surrounding it. An international research team …

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Matter surrounding a black hole revealed in x-ray

For decades astronomers and astronomers have known Cygnus X-1, a binary star system formed by a black hole in the stellar mass and a blue supergiant star encircling it. The pair has traced some 6,200 light points for years from Earth in the constellation Cygnus, a series of studies has been carried out, but only recently did an international research …

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X-ray technology reveals never-before-seen matter around the black hole

In an international collaboration between Japan and Sweden, scientists explained how gravity affects the shape of matter near the black hole in the binary system Cygnus X-1. Their findings, published this month in Nature Astronomy, could help scientists better understand the physics of strong gravitation and the evolution of black holes and galaxies. Near the constellation Cygnus, there is a …

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X-ray polarimetry triggers form of matter around Cygnus X-1 black hole – ScienceDaily

In an international collaboration between Japan and Sweden, scientists explained how gravity affects the shape of matter near the black hole in the binary system Cygnus X-1. Their findings, published this month in Nature Astronomy could help scientists better understand the physics of strong gravitation and the evolution of black holes and galaxies. Near the constellation of Cygnus, a star …

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The color X-ray scanner uses CERN technology to see all your innards

Phil Butler's wrist and watch as seen by the MARS scanner. MARS Bioimaging The familiar black and white X-ray image could soon be replaced by detailed 3D color scans that show everything from fat and bone to metal and soft tissue. Phil and Anthony Butler, a father-son-scientist team in New Zealand, created the MARS spectral x-ray scanner by adapting the …

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