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Studying The Ripple Effects Of Shrinking Arctic Sea Ice

Arctic sea ice is one of the most dramatic indicators of the changing climate. Ice cover on the Arctic Ocean is in a few months about half what it was decades ago, and its thickness has shrunk, by some 40% estimates. Changes in the ice may also mean a host of other changes, in the Arctic system and around the …

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Why Astronomers Worry About SpaceX's Starlink Satellite Megaconstellation Light

SpaceX plans to launch the second installment of Starlink megaconstellation on Monday (Nov. 11), and is waiting to see astronomers – well, that's exactly what they'll find. When the company is waiting. it launched the first set of Starlink internet satellites in May, eyes catching the night sky immediately realizing that things were incredibly bright. Professional astronomers worry satellites interfere …

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Oh Boy, Mercury Is Gonna Transit the Sun

Mercury moving Sunday in 2006. Photo : Brocken Inaglory ( Wikimedia Commons ) [19659004] Mercury will move the Sun for the first time since 2016 this coming Monday. It will not be repeated until 2032. The smallest eccentric orbit of the planet means it does not pass through the Sun very often from the point of the Earth's vantage. This …

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Anniversary of 'Interstellar' & # 39 ;: What we've learned about black holes ever since

Hollywood blockbuster director Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar" is "second festival. In the movie, Matthew McConaughey plays an astronaut traveling through a supermassive black hole called Gargauntua. physicist Kip Thorne to make the most realistic depiction of a black hole possible. But since the film was released, scientists have learned about what black holes really look like, and even imaging for the …

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