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Mystery As Hubble Finds Milky Way Raids Intergalactic ‘Bank Accounts’

This illustration envisions the Milky Way galaxy's gas recycling above and below its stellar disk. Hubble observes the invisible gas clouds rising and falling with its sensitive Cosmic Origins Spectrograph (COS) instrument. The spectroscopic signature of the light from background quasars shining through the clouds gives information about their motion. Quasar light is redshifted in clouds shooting up and away …

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The SpaceX Crew Dragon could fly astronauts to the ISS in early 2020

As expected, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine stopped by SpaceX HQ in California and then did a little Q&A with the media while standing next to Elon Musk and two astronauts. You can watch the video of the entire session below as it was posted on Bridenstine's Twitter feed but some of the highlights included comments about the Crew Dragon project …

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New species of predatory dinosaur with teeth that are & # 39; sharks & # 39; was discovered in Thailand

Researchers from the Nakhon Ratchasima Rajabhat University (NRRU), Thailand, and Fukui Prefectural University (FPU), Japan, believe the dinosaur, which they named Siamraptor once, was a primate predator 115 million years ago. . It is estimated to be at least 8 meters long. Their study, part of the Japan-Thailand Dinosaur Project, was published in the open-access PLOS ONE journal. Soki Hattori, …

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SpaceX may fly with its first crew in early 2020

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk and NASA manager Jim Bridenstine reassured journalists this afternoon that their partnership to fly NASA astronauts into space was strong and the first crew could launch on SpaceX vehicles soon in the first quarter of next year. This display of force at SpaceX headquarters comes just two weeks after two figures exchanged public jabs with the …

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NASA photo shows Milky Way galaxy center in striking detail

The center of the Milky Way is a crowded hub of millions of stars, bathed in harsh ultraviolet and X-ray radiation, swirling around a black hole as massive as 4 million suns. A shroud of dust and gas makes it is difficult to see all that activity, but NASA's Spitzer telescope cut through the fog with infrared sensors in 2006, …

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Social Inequality, Marriage Practices, and Other Clues to Bronze Age Life Revealed in New Studies

A fascinating new study is the family histories of European Bronze Age housemates, revealing the existence of surprising marriage practices, inheritance patterns, and the unexpected early emergence of social inequality within these homestead farms – including the possible use of slaves or servants. . The social injustices that existed in the Bronze Age well established Europe, as evidenced by palace-like …

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