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Scientists have set the first real picture of a black hole

Artist's impression of a black hole surrounded by something waiting to fall The world will finally see a black hole-not an impression of an artist or computer's creation, but the real thing. At six conference conferences around the world scheduled for 1300 GMT (0900 ET) on Wednesday, scientists will reveal the first results from the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT), shown …

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Scientists discovered the Cthulhu sea cucumber terrorized ocean 430 million years ago

An image of Sollasina cthulhu showing how it sees the seafloor. Elissa Martin, Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History Scientists discovered a new species of ancient sea cucumber after creating a 3D computer rebuilding entity from a 430-million-year-old fossil. The discovery was made by a team of international paleontologists, led by the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, using a …

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The Mystery Of Saturn's Ravioli-Shaped Moons Has Finally Solved Kids News Articles

Saturn's lunatic shapes have been intriguing for researchers for many years (Credit: JPL / NASA.gov) After almost twenty years in space – thirteen of those who spent the extraordinary findings about the Saturn system, including rings and natural satellites – NASA's Cassini spacecraft finally lost its fuel. However, before the sinking of Saturn's atmosphere on September 15, 2017, the probe …

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"Stable Plate" Dinosaur Skin Found In Korea In The World First

Sometimes, a small dinosaur with a blackbird caught on a Korean rain. When the rain fell, the agile Minisauripus continued on a solid, sticky clay, leaving a "perfect" impression for researchers to find tens of millions of years passed away. Now, these researchers say the small range of dinosaurs The tracks are the first of its kind to have "exquisitely …

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SpaceX's Falcon Heavy flies today on Wednesday, hopefully – BGR

If you're eager to anticipate the Falcon's Rocket SpaceX's second-launch of the last week, you're sad disappointed when the company was forced to delay the launch. We had a feeling that could happen, and the launch was restored today, Tuesday, April 9, but yet another delay still has it back. SpaceX says Falcon Heavy is likely to be launched tomorrow, …

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NASA enlists academia to develop autonomous space habitats

One, the Habitats Optimized for Missions of Exploration (HOME), will develop autonomous systems, machine learning, robotic maintenance and onboard manufacturing for autonomous and self-maintained smart habitats. The HOME team includes researchers from the University of California, Davis; University of Colorado Boulder, Carnegie Mellon University, the Georgia Institute of Technology, Howard University, Texas A & M University and the University of …

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