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Earth's gravitational wave detector LIGO is back online, now stronger

One of the most famous experiments in history is the pair of huge machines that listen to the array in space, called gravitational waves, on Monday after half a year. And it will be about 40% stronger than before. This experiment is called the Laser Interferometer Gravity Wave Observatory (LIGO); it consists of two huge L-shaped detectors, which together solved …

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Ninja Rat Drop-Kicks Deadly Rattlesnake in Epic Slow-Motion Video

In the dark desert beyond Yumo in Arizona, there is an appearance. Kangaroo rat cushions on sand look for midnight creosote snack seeds. At a distance of three inches, the poisonous side helmet is twisted and hungry, waiting for it to take another beautiful step. The duel is faster than you can blink. The snake disappears; the rat jumps into …

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NASA recognizes a butterfly in space

Detecting a Butter in NASA's Space Impressive images from the NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope revealed a butterfly-shaped 1450 light-year fog from the Sun. Officially known as W40, this red butterfly in space is a fog or a huge cloud of gas and dust. Butterfly 's wings are huge gas bubbles exuding from outside massive stars. Coincides with the arrival of …

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Thousands of years ago, the warm Arctic region was drier

Click to enlarge / The Arctic is the fastest warming region in the world The subject of global climate change is that it is not as easy as moving temperatures anywhere with a set number of degrees. The temperature change is not the same all over the world, and these regional differences can have a major impact on weather conditions. …

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NASA's Moonshot Whiplash – Axios

NASA's "Moonshot Whiplash Axios" The new administration's short-term goal is to 2024. – Five years earlier than planned – to bring back astronauts to the moon surface – a huge gambling … View full Google coverage News Source link

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"Start Here": The FBI says it will investigate why Jussie Smollett was walking and Brexit gets even more Brexity

It's Thursday, 2019 March 28 Let's start here. 1. Op-Fed One day after prosecutors admitting Jussie Smollett, a criminal offense against himself in Chicago, the star of the "empire" went free after being summoned by 16 criminals, the FBI said it would investigate how this decision was achieved. ABC News Alex Perez has the latest "Start Here" about how the …

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Pacific Mastodon – Press Enterprise

When Paleontologists understood the American Mastodon's teeth discovered during the excavation of Lake Diamond Valley near Hemet, they were smaller than others in the country, they couldn't explain. Now they have their answer . owned by the Pacific Mastodon, a new Mastodon species released on Wednesday, March 27th, in the West Science Center in Hemene "The new ice age animal …

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"The purpose is to show that Israel can do it"

Arutz Sheva spoke to SpaceIL President Morri Kahn in 2019 AILAC's Political Conference in Washington SpaceIL designed and built a Beresheet spacecraft that goes to the moon . In the fourth month we should be able to adapt and get into the Moon's gravitational pull, where we will start to go around the moon, ”said Kahn, presenting an update on …

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NASA will pay $ 19,000 to stay in bed for 2 months in Germany

GERMANY – NASA is ready to pay participants around $ 19,000 to spend two full months watching TV in bed. The German Aviation Space Center will select 24 participants to sleep while undergoing a 60-day bed observation. NASA scientists look at the effect of "artificial gravity" on the body to find out if it can be useful for astronauts who …

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