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Mysterious Majorana quasiparticle is now closer to being controlled for quantum computing

A scanning tunneling microscope (STM) is used to visualize Majorana quasiparticles (green peaks) occurring at the ends of the topological edge channels (yellow regions) in the atomic steps of a bismuth thin film grown on a superconducting surface. Small magnetic clusters are seen as small bumps that are decorated in the corners of these edges. In intervals between magnetic clusters …

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NASA orbiter spots 'Star Trek' symbol on Mars

Cooled lava helped preserve a footprint of where dunes once moved across a southeastern region on Mars. NASA's InSight lander used a camera on its robotic arm to capture this sunset on Mars on April 25. InSight's seismometer recorded a "marsquake" for the first time on April 6, 2019. A photo of a preserved river channel on Mars, taken by …

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SpaceX to launch NASA atomic clock that may change spaceflight forever

SpaceX plans to lift off its Falcon Heavy rocket – the most powerful operational launch system in the world – for a third time on June 24. When the 230-foot-tall rocket thunders away from Cape Canaveral, Florida, it will carry 25 small spacecraft inside its nosecone, including a groundbreaking clock designed to be the most accurate ever to work in …

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NASA's headquarters are now sitting in the Hidden Figures Way

No. Now, you'll be reminded of what women did before you took over at NASA's headquarters. That's because the street where the building sits is renamed Hidden Paths. The new name honors the work of Katherine Johnson, Dorothy Vaughan, and Mary Jackson, the so-called "computer man" made The complex calculations that have made space travel is possible. By the 1950s, …

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Astronomers discovered rare, new species of expanse on the brink of death

The brink of death is very dusty for a cold quasar. Michelle Vigeant The astrophysicists at the University of Kansas have seen a massive extraordinary expanse of the universe for the first time, changing our perception of how the galaxies died. At the 234th American Astronomical Society meeting last Thursday, Allison Kirkpatrick showed his discovery of "cold quasars", incredible bright, …

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