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Most Distant Objects Discovered Named after Nazi Controversy

Primordial contact binary image Kuiper Belt Object 2014 MU69 from New Horizons Spacecraft Data NASA NASA scientists from the mission of New Horizons has been renamed the furthest object ever explored after political controversy over its initial name. Kuiper Belt Object 2014 MU69 was previously named Ultima Thule, a medieval term meaning a location beyond the borders of the known …

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Cosmic dangers: NASA astronauts risk their lives every minute they spend in space | Science | News

The charged protons and electrons break out of the star and penetrate whatever they encounter. Even within the comfort of the ISS and Earth's magnetos, astronauts still see bright lights when they close their eyes – the particles flying through their eyes. With radiation exposure comes the increased risk of developing cancer and other dangerous diseases. The vigorous particles can …

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We Found a Serious New Health Risk in Human Spaceflight

We are still learning about the potential effects that extended periods of space can have on the human body. Now a new health threat has been identified, one that could endanger lives on long journeys through the cosmos. The problem lies with the internal jugular vein (IJV), a major blood vessel that runs to the neck from the brain. A …

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Mars 2020 Rover Visits The Perfect Spot To Find Life Signs

An engineer is conducting tests on NASA's Mars 2020 rover. On a sunny day next summer, in front of a crowd at the Kennedy Space Center, a rocket with NASA's next, best hope of finding life on Mars will launch into heaven. Seven months later, the size of a Mars 2020 rover will be held near Jezero Crater, a dry-up …

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Watch the Evolution of a Galaxy, From the Big Bang to Today

To find out how galaxies change over time, scientists created the most complex ever simulation of a galaxy, called the TNG50. The data from this simulation were used to create the video above, showing the evolution of a massive galaxy from near the beginning of the Big Bang universe to today. In the main video panel, more fuel. are represented …

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Research alleviates the underlying mechanics of soft filaments

A filament is clamped to the top end and dominated by a small amount by applying a downward axial load to the bottom end. The bottom end is bent, keeping the axial load at constant end angles. After inserting a critical amount of twist, the filament is automatically wrapped in a loopy. Credit: Nicholas Charles / Harvard SEAS Artificial muscles …

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Stingray Glider to Explore the Cloudtops of Venus

Venus is collectively referred to as the "Twins of the Earth", because of its similarity to our planet. Not surprisingly, there is a great deal that scientists do not know about Venus. Between the hot and deadly scenery, the dense atmosphere, and the clouds of sulfur rain, it is almost impossible to explore the atmosphere and vastness of the planet. …

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The Groundbreaking New Images Peel Away Layer of a Stellar Mystery

A multi-layered view of solar spicules: (from top to bottom) corona observations from the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO), followed by images from at NJIT & # 39; s Big Bear Solar Observatory of chromosome, photography and related magnetic fields. The background is an image of the entire solar disk from NASA's satellite. Credit: T. Samanta, H. Tian, ​​V. Yurchyshyn, H. …

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