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Huge Space Rocks Are Hitting the Earth Twice as Often as Before

Huge rocks from outer space, or asteroids, are falling from the sky. But there is no need to worry. before that. The journal The United States space agency NASA lists its observation of large space rocks that could crash into Earth. The University of Toronto Scientist Sara Mazrouei led the study. She told the Associated Press she is not worried …

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This Soft Robot Mimics Plant Tendril To Creep and Climb

Metal Vine Soft robots have taken a page from the plant playbook. Using physical properties similar to those found in the Istituto Italiano di Tecnology (IIT) in Genoa, Italy have created a soft robot capable of creeping and climbing. Smarty Plants We don 't often think about movement in plants. One of the most recent pictured examples of plant movement …

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Daft's story of famous whales gets the "highest climate story"

History stating that global warming is causing blue whales to sing louder because they try to be heard about the breaking of ice, called the "highest 2018 climate". The London-based Global Warming Policy Forum, at the time of the selection, said that "there was great competition, because the crash-breakers worked clearly throughout the media to ensure that they earned this …

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The latest image reveals the features of the Ultima Thule surface

<! – The most comprehensive image of Ultima Thule, which has returned to New Horizons, reveals surface details, including pits on object slices and contrasting dark and light patterns in different regions. -> Laurel Kornfeld 2019. January 27 Ultima Thule, as shown by NASA's New Horizons spacecraft. Image Credit: NASA / Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory / Southwest Research …

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Tiny but cool: Tardigrad Science

Cold Residues of minimal organisms, called tardigrads, are found in the subglacial Lake Antarctica. Plants ranging in size from 0.1 mm to 1.5 mm are often referred to as water bears or moss piglets. Survived by scientists drilling a kilometer under the ice; Earlier, in these extreme conditions only microbes were discovered Aridity Tardigrads found in many habitats can survive …

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Self-contained nanomaterials could improve solar collectors

Solar radiation Clean energy sources such as wind and solar power are increasingly used as traditional options, such as coal. Since 2008 The energy generated by solar energy in the United States has grown more than seventy times, which is enough to make use of 5.7 million. The equivalent of the average American home, as stated by the Energy Efficiency …

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That's why Auror on earth is different in the north and south

Aurora australis, the southern version of this phenomenon, as seen from the 2010 International Space Station. Credit: NASA The Aurorean sky around the poles, when the sun is particularly active, floats in heavily charged particles in the earth's atmosphere. Scientists once thought that the magnificent events were images of mirrors, but unexpectedly, the indicators in the north (aurora borealis) and …

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