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Scientists find gigantic freshwater aquifer below Atlantic Ocean

In 2015, Kerry Key, a geophysicist at Columbia University, and Rob Evans, a geologist and geophysicist and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, dropped special instruments to the ocean floor near those old oil drill holes to measure electromagnetic fields and map the water . Since freshwater is not as good of a conductor of electromagnetic waves as salt water, the freshwater …

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Flying, insect-like robots flits closer to independent flight

Enlarge / The RoboBee XWing without its power and electronics. Noah T. Jafferis and E. Farrell Helbling, Harvard Microrobotics Laboratory Just over six years ago, when researchers at Harvard announced that they had made tiny flying robots, they immediately began talking about the prospect of their tiny creations operating autonomously in complicated environments. That seemed wildly optimistic, given that the …

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SpaceX Boat Snags Falling Payload Fairing in Historic First

SpaceX has acquired a long-sought rocket-reusability milestone in the long disappearance of Falcon Heavy yesterday. The company's net-equipped boat, Ms. Tree (formerly known as Mr Steven), has pulled down the fallen rocket payload fairing from Florida coast during the hours of yesterday morning (June 25), SpaceX representatives said. This is the first for a fast boat, which is about to …

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Study explains universal pattern in fossil record

Illustration of marine fossils that have existed since the Cambrian. Represented taxa include brachiopods, trilobites, ammonites, bivalves, and decapods. Credit: Mesa Shumacher / Santa Fe Institute              Throughout life's history on earth, biological diversity has gone through ebbs and flows-periods of rapid evolution and of dramatic extinctions. We know this, at least in part, through the fossil record of marine …

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Mars can be hosted earlier than Earth, says study

A new study indicates that life may exist on Mars hundreds of millions of years before its occurrence on Earth. The Red Planet can be ripe for life earlier than 4.48 billion years ago, after "inhibiting meteorites ceased to be visible on the planet," according to the study. And it is possible that life can grow between 4.2 billion and …

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Maximum photon energy recorded from the Crab Nebula

The Crab Nebula. Credit: NASA The overwhelming group of researchers involved with some institutions in China and Japan measured the highest energy photons recorded. In their paper published in the journal Physical Review Setters the group described their data analysis from the Tibet Air Shower's Collaboration Gamma and what they found. Tibet's Gamma Training Air Shower is an observatory in …

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