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The photos show the life of Mars, according to an Ohio entomologist

Entomologist William Romoser presented a presentation this week stating that NASA photos show evidence of creatures, some of which are still living, on the red planet. Romoser has been a professor of entomology at the University of Ohio for four decades. Probably the real phenomenon in Romozer's work is pareidolia – the tendency to "see" recognizable forms among random visual …

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Scientists may have discovered the fifth force of nature, according to a laboratory

It has long been recognized that there are four "fundamental forces" that govern nature. The substance of our universe is collected or moved by those forces, which are determined by the fact that they do not appear to be reduced to more basic interactions between particles. These include gravitational and electromagnetic forces that produce significant long-range interactions whose effects can …

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Snakes had their hind legs for 70 million years before losing them, showing new fossils

This is an illustration of an artist from Najash rionegrina in the dunes of the Kokorkom Desert, which stretched across northern Patagonia during the Cretaceous period. University of South Carolina archaeologist Christopher Moore (second from right) and colleagues collect baseline samples from White Lake near Elgin, South Carolina, to look for evidence of an asteroid or comet impact that may …

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Watch SpaceX launch emergency vehicles on its new spacecraft

Last week SpaceX released the engines of its new passenger spacecraft, Crew Dragon, during a ground test, and now you can watch the fiery show in all its slow speed. Today, NASA released footage of the test, marking the latest SpaceX milestone reached as the company prepares the capsule for its next flight. Engines known as SuperDracos are part of …

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"There is and still is life on Mars," the expert said, citing NASA photos

A former NASA scientist recently made the explosive claim that life was found on Mars in the 1970s, something that the government space agency denied explicitly. But an Ohio University entomologist went one step further, claiming to have noticed "insect and reptile-like creatures" in a photograph of the Red Planet, both alive and dead. Ohio State University professor William Romoser …

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Startell Elon Musk moons already cause headache for astronomers

Astronomers at the Chilean Observatory were rudely interrupted earlier this week when a SpaceX satellite consisting of 60 Starlink satellites was flying overhead, which scientists would obviously have to accept as the new normal. Launched in orbit on November 11, the Starlink smallsat train took five minutes to cross the Inter-American Observatory "Cerro Tololo" in Chile, according to an astronomer's …

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Starlink satellites pose problems for astronomers

The observation of satellites from earth is a popular pastime among amateur astronomers. Usually, the ISS and Iridium satellites were a common sight, with their orbits and designs causing them to look bright enough in the sky. More recently SpaceX mass launches of Starlink satellites have been attracting attention for the wrong reasons . Capture from Cerro Telolo Observatory showing …

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