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Sleepless Sleep is Life Long Life. Why Not We?

Sleep – the absurd, amazing habit of losing consciousness for hours at the end – is so universal throughout the animal kingdom that we usually assume it is vital to survival. However, today scientists who have been repeatedly interrupted by the sleep of more than one thousand fruit fruits report that less sleep may be necessary for the maintenance of …

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NASA shows magical & # 39; dragon & # 39; aurora in the sky

NASA released a fascinating image of a huge "dragon" aurora that was quietly charged in the night sky in Iceland. The natural phenomenon is caused by particles coming from the Sun that contradict the Earth's atmosphere to put on a gorgeous show of light. "Have you seen the dragon in the sky? While real flying dragons do not exist , …

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Forget Airwolf: One of them is the next Army attack "helicopter"

The future of the Army's "helicopter" is shaped. A transcript of this video can be found here. The Sikorsky UH-60 Black Hawk and its many variants have been the backbone of the US Army's helicopter force in decades. Designed during the last major helicopter push procurement pushes of the Army in the 1980s, Black Hawk now flies in some form …

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The seventh inner moon of Neptune

1. Smith, B. A. et al. Voyager 2 and Neptune: imaging science results. Science 246 1422-1449 (1989). 2. Colwell, J. E. & Esposito, L. W. Origins of the rings of Uranus and Neptune 1. Statistics of satellite disruptions. J. Geophys. Res . 97 10,227-10,241 (1992). 3. Banfield, D. & Murray, N. A dynamical history of the inner Neptunian satellites. Icarus …

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First private Moon lander reveals new lunar space race

Israel is coming to the Moon – and a milestone of the moon. If everyone goes, an lander scheduled to launch on 21 February will be the first privately-funded boat to land on the Moon. The work seems to be set to begin a new moon exploration period – one in which national space agencies work with private industries to …

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Japanese Spacecraft to Shoot Bullet at Asteroid This Week

A barrel and bullet like the one that was shot by Hayabusa2. Photo: JAXA The first touchdown of the Hayabusa2 spacecraft on the asteroid Ryugu is scheduled for this week. If successful, the craft will take a bullet in the rock to get the samples to return to Earth. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is in the middle of …

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Get Ready For Gravitational Waves All Day, Every Day

In the vast area concert area of ​​our universe, black holes often conflict to produce cosmic cymbal crashes known as gravitational waves. These collisions, along with other astronomical activities that make up space disturbances, often occur enough that a wave must rippling through some parts of the universe at any given moment. But because the waves are silent in one …

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Wallace Broecker, 87, Dies; Sounded Early Warning on Climate Change

His parents, evangelical Christians, sent Wallace to Wheaton College, a Christian liberal arts school in Illinois, where he met Grace Carder, his wife in 1952. He died in 2007. They had six children, five of whom survived: Sandra Broecker, Cynthia Kennedy, Kathleen Wilson, Scott Broecker and Cheryl Keyes. In 2009, Dr. Broecker was Elizabeth Clark, who worked with him in …

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