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Excess dark matter taken by Hubble

From ESA / Hubble September 21, 2020 NGC 5585, a spiral galaxy in the tail of Ursa Major in the constellation Ursa Major, captured by the Hubble Space Telescope. Credit: ESA / Hubble & NASA, R. Tully, Recognition: Gagandeep Anand Resting on the tail of the Big Dipper in the constellation Ursa Major is NGC 5585, a spiral galaxy that …

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Solar storms, anti-solar panels and the future of clean energy

As long as the Sun exists, and solar energy. The yellow dwarf star makes life possible on Earth, and without its heat, our planet would freeze. And although it is more than 90 million miles away, its gravitational pull keeps our planet in orbit. By penetrating solar energy with scientific precision, innovations in solar energy allow us to absorb light …

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Breakthrough in the life of Mars: The discovery of “worms” points to a “far more hospitable planet” | Science News

The space rock was discovered in the frozen desert of Antarctica by the American Meteorite Search (ANSMET), which found asteroids that had landed in the barren landscape of the past to study their composition. ANSMET researchers came across a bizarre green rock – labeled ALH84001 – while exploring the area near Alan Hills, and it was originally classified as an …

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The Earth-sized “planet” scales a 3.14-day orbit

Researchers have discovered a “pi Earth” that orbits its star every 3.14 days, as this illustration shows. NASA Ames / JPL-Caltech / T. Pyle, Kristin Danilov, MIT Everyone’s favorite mathematical constant has received involuntary recognition from the universe. A team led by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has discovered a distant planet orbiting its star every 3.14 days, …

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NASA finds parts of another asteroid on the asteroid Bennu

NASA has discovered something special about the asteroid Bennu – bits of another asteroid. In a statement posted on its website, the government’s space agency said parts of the asteroid Vesta had been found in Bennu, measuring five to 14 feet. They also differ significantly in color compared to the asteroid Bennu. “We found six stones measuring 5 to 14 …

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Watch Slow-Mo drive underwater fire rings

YouTuber and scientist Kevin Kohler – also known as The Backyard Scientist – has ignited many things before; including watermelon, rocket blade and various high-speed food products. In his latest video, the scientist continues his penchant for pyrotechnics, producing “rings of fire” underwater. Fire rings that look like swirling volcanic halos when viewed in a slow cadence.

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Scientists are speculating on how the life of Venus could begin

Speculative SETI A week after scientists discovered evidence of chemicals in Venus’ atmosphere that they thought could lead to life on the planet’s atmosphere, their colleagues have some clues as to where these theoretical aliens might have come from. In an essay published in The conversation, two researchers from the University of New South Wales in Sydney suggest that some …

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