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Blue tones of color in fossil prehistoric feathers

<div date-thumb = "https://3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn.net/newman/csz/news/tmb/2019/bluecolorton.jpg" data-src = "https: //3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn Eocoracias brachyptera fossil samples used for this study. The rich black texture on the surface is petrified bird plumage The fossil is stored in the Science Research Institute of Schenkenberg. <img src = "https://3c1703fe8d.site.internapcdn.net/newman/csz/news/800/2019/bluecolorton.jpg" alt = "Blue tones of color in fossil prehistoric feathers" title = "[19459003Eocoraciasbrachyptera fossil samples used for this …

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"Amazing First": SpaceX successfully launches Falcon Heavy from Cape Canaveral

"Amazing First": SpaceX successfully launches Falcon Heavy from Cape Canaveral CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. SpaceX has successfully launched its Falcon Heavy rocket from the Kennedy Space Center early Tuesday morning, according to the company, which was one of the most sophisticated so far. The rocket exploded at exactly 2:30 am, Three hours after the opening window was released at 23:30. After …

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Hubble Space Telescope spots 'soccer balls' in space

Electrically charged C60 molecules, in which 60 carbon atoms are arranged in a hollow sphere that resembles a soccer ball, were found by the Hubble Space Telescope in the interstellar medium between star systems. These are magnified galaxies behind large galaxy clusters. The pink halos reveal the gas surrounding the distant galaxies and its structure. The NICER detector on the …

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Comes on July 2 in Argentina and Chile

CLOSE Impress your friends with the sky with these factually interesting facts about eclipse. USA TODAY If you still have a sunshine residue from 2017, do not worry: next week there is one more. But there is a catch – you will have to jump on an airplane On July 2, a full eclipse of the sun will be visible …

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The secret of being a better runner can hide in the stomach

You really need to have the courage to run a marathon. In fact, endurance athletes who carry a specific type of intestinal bacteria can perform better than those without this micro-organism moving in their digestive tract, according to a report published Monday in Nature Medicine. Harvard researchers analyzed stool samples from 10 Boston Marathon riders who completed the race for …

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Could the poo of elite athletes be able to teach us how to improve our own physical performance?

Our digestive system, a group of organs that includes the stomach and colon, harbors nearly 100 trillion bacteria. Collectively known as the "gut microbiome," these bacteria help our bodies break down complex carbohydrates and starches while also producing vitamins and hormones. Gut flora, which collectively weighs up to four and a quarter pounds and contains more genes than our actual …

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NASA's Methane Discovery Could Point to Life on Mars

NASA's Martian rover Curiosity has found that the Red Planet has been producing significantly more methane than previously known. This finding has significant implications for the study of Mars, most notably the possibility that the planet is currently harboring life. "Given this surprising result, we have reorganized the weekend to run a follow-up experiment," Ashwin R. Vasavada, the project scientist …

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