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Hubble finds a magical dark place in Neptune, and gets bigger – BGR

The powerful Jupiter draws a lot of attention for the constant transfer of the face, but the planet is not the only planet in our solar system with some serious personality. Neptune, the large frozen methane ball and other cool gasses seated outside our system, is surprisingly active, and the Hubble Space Telescope captures something that no one can ever …

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A Alabama representative allowed the cat out of the bag with a SLS rocket

Enlarge / After-director of the Marshall Space Flight Center Todd May (left) presents Vice President Mike Pence (center) Model system. The Congressman Robert Aderholt (R-Ala.) Stands on the right. On Wednesday, NASA's administrator Jim Bridenstine came out before the United States Congress to discuss the president's budget request for the fiscal year of 2020. There, Bridenstine faces questions about the …

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$ 18,000 for 2 months in bed

(Gray News) – NASA and the European Space Agency are paying people over $ 18,000 for a few months of work to study the effects of weight loss on the human body. The short-arm centrifuge in Germany will be used during the first concurrent long-term sleep study study hosted by the European Space Agency and NASA to investigate the potential …

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$ 18,000 for 2 months in bed

(Gray News) – NASA and the European Space Agency are paying people more than $ 18,000 for a couple of months of work to study the effects of weightlessness on the human body. The short-arm centrifuge in Germany will be used during the first joint long-term bedrest rest study commissioned by the European Space Agency and NASA to investigate the …

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Greenland's most critical glacier is suddenly getting ice, but it can not be a good thing

Although this surprise is a wonderful and temporary glimpse for the glaciers, limiting its contribution to sea level increases, the cause of ice accumulation can destroy disasters in the long run. For two decades, Jakobshavn thought scientists would continue, if not accelerated, due to the large-scale heating of the polar atmosphere and oceans – but the charge was dramatically slowed …

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Astronomers Get Rare Direct Look on an Exoplanet Thanks to the New Telescope Technique

Concept of artist HR8799e. Illustration: ESO / L. Scientists have been able to observe an exoplanet directly in a whole new way, thanks to an instrument in the Very Large Telescope Interferometer of the European Southern Observatory. Telescopes are more than lenses and mirrors-they are advanced electromagnetic radiation detectors designed to overcome many challenges in observing very distant objects. Prove …

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Rocket suit, USA flag socks

CLOSE American engineer and former astronaut Buzz Aldrin goes to holographic in the first & # 39; archival VR & # 39; the world in & # 39; Cycling Pathways To Mars & # 39; USA TODAY Buzz Aldrin is not afraid to stand in a crowd, and a picture of him with the rest of Apollo astronauts proves. Aldrin …

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NASA wants to pay people £ 14,000 to stay in BED for two months

NASA wants to pay people £ 14,000 to stay in BED for two months watching films and reading books to study the effects of micro-gravity The 60 day study will involve doing everything lying down in a special cot Twenty-four participants will be selected and half will be spun in a centrifuge To see if 'artificial gravity chambers' are viable …

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The comparison of rats leads us one step closer to what is happening in the brain

<img src = "https://cdn.arstechnica.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/mouseTOP2-800×529.jpg" alt = "Dumbo and Timothy Q. Mouse hallucinate pink elephants at the parade on a Famous animated sequence from Disney's Dumbo (1941). Scientists have mice neurons under the influence of a hallucinogen for a new study. Mouse hallucinate pink elephants in parade in a popular animated sequence from Disney's Dumbo (1941). Scientists describe neurons of mice …

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