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Trump will attend the Elon Musk SpaceX launch in Florida next week

Trump was called to attend the launch next week by resp. Michael Waltz, a Republican from Northeast Florida whose district includes the northern tip of Cape Canaveral but not the actual launch site. In a Friday interview, Waltz said Trump was “fired” when the two men discussed the importance of the event for the development of the US space program. …

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There is green snow in Antarctica due to warming temperatures

CLOSE In summer, parts of Antarctica turn bright green as algae bloom on the surface of melting snow. Buzz60 Snow in Antarctica is turning green and scientists say climate change may be to blame. According to a study published in the peer-reviewed agency Nature Communications, microscopic algae bloom on the surface of the snow, slowly turning the winter, white landscape …

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Scientists make a “human-mouse chimera” that is 4% of humans

Researchers have created an embryo containing both human and mouse cells in the great advancement of genetically modified organisms. The hybrid embryo, called the human-animal chimera, was grown by a team at Buffalo State University in New York and the Roswell Park Cancer Center. The mouse embryo contains 4% human cells – a far higher proportion than has ever been …

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On the moon, the astronauts’ letter will be a hot commodity

Ever since the president Donald Trump has directed NASA to get boots on the moon by 2024, the agency and its partners are working hard to do so. Late last month, NASA awarded contracts to three lunar crew development companies, but reaching the moon is just the beginning. The agency also plans to build a permanent lunar base before the …

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Astronomers may have spotted a tiny moon in the outer solar system

In the long distances of the solar system, along the orbit of Neptune, things are becoming more and more difficult and complicated. Directly depicting small objects in the darkness of the Kuiper belt – where Pluto resides – is really difficult, which makes the recent discovery even more exciting. If you know where something is, you can watch it, waiting …

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Core-Collapse Supernovae supercomputer simulations reveal complex physics of exploding massive stars

Impression of the artist for a supernova. In a study published recently in Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, researchers Dr. Jade Powell and Dr. Bernhard Mueller of the ARC Center for Perfection for Gravitational Wave Detection (OzGrav) simulated three core collapses using supercomputers from across Australia, including the OzSTAR supercomputer at the University of Technology. The simulation models …

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