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Pictures of the Space in the Week: Rover Curiosity is a Salty Dog

NASA's curiosity was touched on Mars in August 2012, and it circled, shooting rocks, drilling the earth, and conducting scientific experiments ever since. Just last week, news broke that Curiosity had seen a salty thing. The rover drove across Gale Crater, an ancient Martian lake bed filled with water, and discovered sulfate salts. Our own Earth remains wet because we …

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Black hole stunt growth of dwarf galaxies

NGC1569 is a star-forming galaxy. Credit: HST / NASA / ESA. Astronomers at the University of California, Riverside, have discovered that strong winds driven by supermassive black holes in the centers of dwarf galaxies have a significant impact on the evolution of these galaxies by suppressing the star formation. The Dwarf galaxies are small galaxies containing between 100 million to …

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What's The Largest Animal That Can Swing A Snake?

The top suggested YouTube search for "snake eating" offers some insight into our fascination with scary and obnoxious. Some of the suggestions are gross ("snake eats frog live") or hard to imagine ("snake eats porcupine"). Others seem symbolic ("the snake eats itself"). But the largest group of suggestions emphasizes one theme: size. Anyone with a clever intelligence and a few …

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Why lightning struck twice as often in shipping lanes

For all the progress that mankind has made since Odysseus had a place of trouble on a long journey home, life on the high seas remains a joyous occasion. Twenty-first-century sailors spend weeks at home. The hours are long, the pay mediocre, the risk of disaster is not quite on the horizon. And, researchers have recently learned, these men and …

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Land Landing: Why Neil Armstrong is & # 39; restless & # 39; – deGrasse Tyson makes Apollo 11 claims | Science | News

On July 20, 1969, NASA completed the seemingly impossible Apollo 11 mission to place the first two men – Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin – on the Moon. Armstrong has made history, jumping from the Eagle's lunar circle and delivering his legendary "one small step" speech to millions of anxious people watching back to Earth. The late astronaut became an …

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At Sea, Not All Plastics Are Forever

A major component of ocean pollution is less destructive and more manageable than is commonly described, according to a scientific team at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution at Cape Cod, Mass., And the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Previous studies. including a previous year United Nations Environment Program, it was estimated that polistyrene, a ubiquitous plastic found in the trash could …

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Find Hunter's Moon this weekend – WKRN News 2

Search for Hunter's Moon this weekend WKRN News 2 When You Should Watch the Moon of & # 39; Tiny Hunter & # 39; s Moon & # 39; This and Stand In a Blaze Of Falling Color Forbes Hunter's Moon rises this weekend WFLA Full Moon Hunter to put an amazing orange glow in the sky this week NewYorkUpstate.com …

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