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The ring around Uranus has a warm glow – BGR

Saturn is well known as the planet with a ring, but it is only one minor. As it turns out, the rings around the planets are not all that rare, and at least some of the planets in our solar system they have. Uranus is one of those worlds, and while its rings are so cruel that they have not …

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The dwarf planet Ceres & # 39; & # 39; sad 'mountain' mystery has been resolved

Scientists have come up with an intellectic explanation for the origin of a strange, dwarf mountain range on the dwarf planet Ceres, a 600-mile wide body that orbits the sun on the asteroid belt between Mars and jupiter. [19659002AngmalakingtugatogAhunaMonsaynabuokapagangisangpatakngmaalatmabatoputikmulasamalalimsaloobngCeressinirasapamamagitanngyelotinapayatfrozeayonsaisangpag-aaralnainilathalaHunyo10sajournalNatureGeoscience The research adds to evidence that Ceres is geologically active, with a cratered surface shaped in part by the explosion of …

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Happy solstice, everyone! | Tonight

<! – -> Image above (click here to view the full picture): Oliver Nagy created the cool picture between the June and December 2014 solstice. The camera is fixed in a single place for full time of exposure, and it continues to record the sun's path as glowing trails in the sky. Breaks and spaces between lines are caused by …

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Researchers report new understanding of thermoelectric materials

Physicist Zhifeng Ren, center, director of Texas Center for Superconductivity at the University of Houston, leads a project to solve the problem of asymmetrical thermoelectric performance. Credit: Houston University The promise of thermoelectric materials as a source of clean energy encourages the search of materials that can generate large amounts of power from the heat of the waste. Researchers reported …

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