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NASA investigates leakage of asteroid samples due to tight door | News

The images ordered back to ground control revealing that it had caught more material than scientists expected and was releasing extremely flaky asteroid rocks into space. An investigation in the United States that collected a sample from an asteroid earlier this week found so much material that a rock was confined to the container door, allowing the rocks to pour …

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African crocodiles lived in the Mediterranean 6 million years ago

Ancient crocodiles from Africa swam across the Mediterranean to settle in Spanish coastal waters, a new study claims. Scientists describe fossils of two crocs measuring nearly 10 feet (3 meters) in length that are likely to have spread throughout the Mediterranean Basin many times and occupied both Spain and Italy about five million years ago. Analysis of their cranial bones, …

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Some exoplanets can see Earth, the study says

“In our quest for life in the universe, we ask a little strange questions in this research,” Lisa Kaltenegger, associate professor of astronomy at Cornell University’s College of Arts and Science and director of Cornell’s Carl Sagan Institute, said in a video shared by the institution. “We asked, who really saw us? Who can know that the Earth is full …

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A New Method Makes Proper Plastics Chemical Proper

The researchers transformed a plastic bag and bottle cap into a type of chemical used in pharmaceuticals, detergents, paints and other products. Charles Q. Choi, Contributor (Within Science) – A novel technique can simultaneously break down the most commonly used form of plastic and synthesize valuable, widely used molecules, potentially making some of them more attractive and practical. recycled plastic …

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The crystal hours lead researchers to computational work in the future

Crystal time seems to be something that is not in science fiction, but they may be the next major research trend across the network. A Japan-based team has proposed a method to use crystalline time to simulate massive networks with very little computing power. They published their results on October 16th Science Advances. First theorized in 2012 and observed in …

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The race to make COVID antibody therapies cheaper and stronger

Human antibodies that attack the coronavirus (artist impression).Credit: Science Lab / Alamy When US President Donald Trump fell ill with COVID-19, his doctors administered a bevy of drugs – some proven, others experimented. But there is one that the president calls a “cure”: a cocktail of coronavirus antibodies produced by Regeneron Pharmaceuticals in Tarrytown, New York. The ‘curative’ potency of …

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A New Search Method for Dark Particles Reveals Hidden Material Properties

New research from Chalmers and ETH Zürich, Switzerland, suggests a promising way to detect elusive dark particles by previously unexplored atomic responses occurring in the detector material. The illustration above is a composite image (optical, x-ray, computated dark object) of mass distribution in the ammunition cluster of galaxies. Credit: Chandra X-Ray Observatory, NASA / CXC / M. Weiss New research …

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The Osiris-Rex spacecraft is too much to lose particles after bingeing with Bennu | Space

An Nasa spacecraft was stuffed with so many asteroid rubble from this week’s hijacking that was jamming open and important particles drifting into space, scientists said Friday. Scientists announced the news three days after the spacecraft named Osiris-Rex easily touched the asteroid Bennu 200m away. Leading mission scientist Dante Lauretta said Tuesday’s operation had collected more material than expected to …

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