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Astronomers Can Find a Star That Is Only 33 Years Old

A team of astronomers has discovered what they believe to be a neutron star born following a supernova first discovered in 1987, in a Milky Way satellite galaxy 170,000 light-years from Earth, called SN 1987A . Until now, astronomers are unsure whether the neutron star survived the powerful event and not only collapsed on its own to form a black …

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“Deflated Croissant” – Removal of the True Shape of Our Solar System

An updated model suggests the bubble shape of the Sun’s influence, the heliocia (seen in yellow), may be an erased croissant shape, rather than the long comet shape proposed by another research. Credit: Opher, et al Scientists have developed a new bubble-shaped prediction surrounding our solar system using a model generated by data from NASA mission. All the planets of …

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Why shave the dull even the sharp razors

Credit: Unsplash / CC0 Public Domain Razors, scalpels, and knives are usually made of stainless steel, adorned with a razor sharp edge and coated with even harder carbon-like carbon-like materials. However, knives require regular fairness, while razors are regularly replaced after cutting materials that are softer than their blades. Now MIT engineers have studied the simple process of viscous shaving, …

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SpaceX has launched 57 more Star satellites, sea rockets

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. – SpaceX successfully launched dozens Satellite satellites on the internet and two small satellite-imaging satellites in orbit Friday (Aug. 7) in the second expected to be a series of Starlink rideshare missions. A two stage The rocket of the Falcon 9 carrying 57 SpaceX Starlink satellites, along with two BlackSky Global Earth observation satellites, lifted at 1:12 …

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NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Reveals Unusual Storms on Electronic Jupiter: “Shallow Lightning” and “Mushballs”

This illustration uses data obtained by NASA’s Juno mission to describe the high-altitude electric storms on Jupiter. Juno’s sensitive Stellar Reference Unit detects unusual lightning on Jupiter’s dark side during spacecraft planet’s nearby flybys. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / SwRI / MSSS / Gerald Eichstädt The spacecraft may have found where the colorless gas hides the largest inhabitant of the …

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Super-necked reptiles live in the ocean, not on land

The nostrils located at the top of the snout and curved teeth, perfectly adapted for capturing slippery prey: Tanystropheus’ skull has many clear adaptations for aquatic life. Credit: Emma Finley-Jacob Call a fossil Tanystropheus first described in 1852, and surprisingly scientists have since. At one point, paleontologists thought it was a flying pterosaur, like a pterodactyl, and that its long …

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