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Can Venus Benefit?

Venus could be a temperate planet that has been hosting liquid water for 2-3 billion years, until a dramatic transformation that began 700 million years ago was re-formed around 80% of the planet. A study presented today at the EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2019 by Michael Way of The Goddard Institute for Space Science provides a new perspective on the climatic …

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This is what the ancient people might look like

This is the first description of what amazing ancient people called the Denisovans, a sister group to the Neanderthals. This image shows a young Denisovan girl, rebuilt based on DNA methylation maps. The art was created by Maayan Harel. Researchers found a fossil of one of New Zealand's oldest bird species. While its descendants are giant sea birds, this smaller …

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How do these massive asteroids survive us?

We go a bit further down the beaten path here, but some interesting science news items raise questions. The first news was that on July 24, an asteroid (named 2019OK) larger than a football field was passed by Earth at a distance of 40,400 miles. That is less than a fifth of the distance from Earth to the moon. In …

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DNA is held by hydrophobic forces

For DNA to be read, replicated or repaired, DNA molecules must open themselves. This occurs when cells use a catalytic protein to create a hydrophobic environment around the molecule. Credit: If Strandqvist / Chalmers University of Technology Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, agree with the existing theory of how DNA binds itself. These are not, as commonly believed, …

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Atoms rotate back and forth while flying over a surface

Enlarge / Atoms are a bit like this wheel, but they spin back and forth as they progress. Have you ever noticed that when a car is filmed, the wheels sometimes appear backwards? For cars, having the wheels rotate in the opposite direction of the car is an artifact. But, for atoms, this can actually happen. This is a picture …

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In Photos: Snoopy Visits NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Here, Snoopy looks at the clean room at JPL, a sterile environment where engineers build a Mars 2020 rover. In 2018 NASA and Peanuts Worldwide formally signed their partnership with the NASA Space Act and began efforts to reach the Artemis generation of space-based explorers with a focus on space-based activity. space, toys and books. Source link

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Scientists Are Wrong About DNA – It is Really Held by Hydrophobic Forces

For DNA to be read, tested or repaired, DNA molecules must open themselves. This occurs when cells use a catalytic protein to create a hydrophobic environment around the molecule. Descriptive Credit: Yen Strandqvist / Chalmers University of Technology Researchers at Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, have believed the existing theory of how DNA binds itself. These are not, as commonly …

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Colorful New Bee Specties Discovered in Fiji, but Exterminated From Climate Change Fear

The Homalictus terminalis is named to indicate that, like many Fijian bees, it is approaching its limit and that climate-related extinction is at risk. Credit: James Dorey, Flinders University Bee biodiversity barometer in Fiji – New species described as the environment changes Life summary summary is alive and well in Fiji, but climate change, harmful grass and many human activities …

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'Black hole' photographed on Jupiter

Stunning new images shot by NASA's Juno spacecraft appear to show a massive black hole on the surface of Jupiter. The photographs were taken earlier this month as Juno's elliptical orbit took it close to the gas giant – only 8000km from the top of its clouds. Source link

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