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The vibrant new Milky Way view illuminates the center of our universe

The Murchison Widefield Array telescope gives us a fresh view of the center of our Milky Way galaxy. Dr. Natasha Hurley-Walker (ICRAR / Curtin) and the GLEAM Team If human eyes could see radio waves, space would look strange to us. A team of scientists uses the Murchison Widefield Array telescope in Australia to help people experience the wonders of …

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SpaceX Rocket Nanoracks Books to Launch Space Habitat Demo by 2020 (Cubesats, Too!)

Nanoracks wanted to expand from hosting experiments aboard the International Space Station to operating its own miniature stations built from used rockets, with a first launches scheduled for next year. The company plans to launch eight cubesats and a space habitat construction experiment on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket in late 2020, according to a Nanoracks statement released Monday (Nov. …

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Pictures show life on Mars, an Ohio entomologist claimed

Entomologist William Romoser gave a presentation this week in which he claimed NASA photos show evidence of the creatures, some still alive, on the red planet. Romoser worked as an entomology professor at Ohio University for four decades. Likely the real phenomenon in Romoser's work is pareidolia – the tendency to "see" identifiable shapes between random visual data. Photographs taken …

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Snakes were behind the legs for 70 million years before they disappeared, new fossil shows

This is a portrait of an artist of Najash rionegrina in the Kokorkom desert farms that extended to Northern Patagonia during the Late Cretaceous period. The snake coiled around the hindlimbs at the top of the remains of a jawbone from a small charcharodontosaurid dinosaur. University of South Carolina archaelogist Christopher Moore (second from right) and collects key samples from …

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Rare & # 39; Unicorn Meteor Storm & # 39; of Hundreds of Shooting Stars at Every Hour Predicted, but Experts Are Skeptical

Astronomers forecast a severe, blink-and-see-miss-it & # 39; unicorn meteor storm & # 39; on November 21, with predictions suggesting there could be as many as 1,000 meteors an hour at its peak. However. , others warned stargazers not to go too far – or they could be in for a disappointment. Alpha Monocerotids occur every year around November 21, …

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Elon Musk's Starlinks Satellite Causes Headache for Astronomers

Astronomers at an observatory in Chile were carefully interrupted earlier this week when a SpaceX satellite train consisting of 60 Starlink satellites moved above, in what scientists seem to accept as new normal. Launched in orbit on 19 November 11, the Starlink smallsat train took five minutes to enter the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory in Chile, according to a 19659003] …

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Listen to Earth's magnetic song | Earth

<! – -> An international team of scientists, using data from the ESA Cluster mission, created the first recording of the "happy" song made by Earth when it was hit by a solar storm . The song originates from waves generated in the Earth's magnetic field by a hurricane. The storm itself is the explosion of electrically charged particles from …

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