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Scientists say Mars' meteorite shows "signs of life"

Meteorite from Mars showed signs of life in excavated bacteria, scientists said Experts using advanced imaging techniques say they have found microfilaments created by excavated Mars microbes on meteorite, officially known as ALH-77005. ] A study published in open astronomy was obtained from dr. Ildiko Gyollai from the Astronomy and Earth Sciences Research Center of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences …

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Oh: SpaceX Falcon Heavy core booster gets into the sea

Latest News Oh: SpaceX & # 39; Falcon Heavy Amplifier goes into the sea (April 19, 2019, 8:07) spectacular performance when the main launcher of Falcon Heavy sailed into a drone ship at sea, but unfortunately he did not contribute to the port. Apple Watch warns authorities when 80 years of fall (April 16, 2019, 5:42) Emergency Services arrived at …

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Black hole image and Katie Bouman: Sexual enemy against her

Last week after the Horizon Telescope project announced that its astronomers were able to capture the first black hole image, MIT invented it Katie Bouman is a postdoctoral student at MIT who helped develop the code to find a black hole needle collected from efforts data hay. This photo shows for the first time when she saw the results of …

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The sweet side of filial cannibalism

Credit: CC0 Public Domain              Rabbits are eating a chocolate bunny or egg this weekend.                                                 In fact, eating or abandoning offspring has been documented in a variety of species, as well as fish, insects and spiders. The University of Tennessee and the University of Oxford suggest that in some cases, filial cannibalism and offspring abandonment. parental care. Published in …

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Life on Mars: NASA's Curiosity Rumble Clay – Maras Water's Courage? | Science | knowledge

NASA's lone Mars rover successfully collected his first soil lot from a clay storage facility near the Marsh Mount Sharp. The US Space Agency has redirected this part of Mars to a drilling mission before it arrived in 2011. In November, Curiosity moved the planet forward. NASA has already approved Curiosity-selected mountain material samples from Aberlady's rock, April 6th. April …

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SpaceX Falcon Heavy Booster, Lost at Sea After Drone Ship Fall

SpaceX SpaceX lost its main Falcon Heavy rocket after it got into the water in stormy conditions. April 11 After the second generation and the first commercial mission, SpaceX drone successfully in the Atlantic Ocean. The recovery team could not secure the center's main amplifier to return to Port Canaveral, said SpaceX on Monday in a statement. “As the conditions …

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NASA: The meteorites can overcome the moon and cause space water

This is the main study published by NASA, which challenges our understanding of the Moon and other rocky balls in space. The micro-meteorites are facing the moon at high speed and send shock waves across the lunar surface. They only have to penetrate a few inches to cause water sediment, and high collision energy converts molecules into water vapor. Feathers …

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The Falcon Heavy core core is hooked up after landing

WASHINGTON – Central nucleus of Falcon Heavy rocket launching a communications satellite on April 11th. It fell after landing in rough seas, but SpaceX said the failure would not affect future launches. said the amplifier, one of the three Falcon Heavy rockets, was unable to stay upright over the weekend, as the heavy sea did not allow the crew to …

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The North Atlantic Warming Hole acts as a sprayer

Floating iceberg in Labrador Sea south of Greenland. Credit: Melissa Gervais / Penn State North Atlantic Ocean Warming (NAWH), a region of reduced warming in the North Atlantic, has a significant impact on North Atlantic jet flow in future climate simulations. The global climate change is predicted to increase sea temperatures in most of the world's oceans. However, there is …

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