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Satellite images show how bad the drought is in California

From space, the drought in California is appalling. To get some perspective on the dire situation, the European Space Agency took a satellite image of the National Forest of Angelis and the San Gabriel Reservoir in Southern California this month and compared it to an image taken at the same time last year. In 2020, the landscape looks lush and …

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The UM study found that global warming is changing the way birds migrate

CLOSE New technologies, combined with the shrinking size of tracking chips and batteries, allow scientists to remotely monitor animal movements in much greater detail than ever before. (June 10) AP Internal With smaller bodies, longer wings and earlier migrations, North American birds are seeing the effects of global warming, according to a research team from the University of Michigan’s Ann …

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Dozens of Hawaiian baby squid aboard a space station for exploration Space

Dozens of baby squid from Hawaii are aboard the International Space Station, a study that scientists hope will help strengthen human health during long space missions. Baby Hawaiian bobtail squid were raised at the University of Hawaii’s Kewalo Marine Laboratory and then detonated in space earlier this month on a SpaceX supply mission. Researcher Jamie Foster, who holds a doctorate …

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Photos: Spiders feast on deadly snakes

Spiders that shoot and feast on snakes are more common than researchers suggest. Scientists have found more than 300 reported cases of 30 species of spiders that chase dozens of species of snakes. Some of these snakes are hundreds of times heavier than the arachnids that prey on them, researchers have found. Here’s a look at some of the ominous …

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Signs of geological activity found on Venus

Dr. Byrne, Dr. Richard Gale of Royal Holloway, University of London, Prof. Sean Solomon of Columbia University in New York, and colleagues found signs that blocks of rock crust in the lowlands of Venus rotated and moved sideways toward each other. another. Source link

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Tree pollen facilitates the spread of COVID-19 virus – carries SARS-CoV-2 particles farther

The realistic computational model predicts an important correlation between airborne pollen and coronavirus transmission. Credit: Talib Dbouk The computer model recreates a willow and a nearby crowd to provide a new perspective on social distancing measures. Most models that explain how viruses are transmitted focus on virus particles that have escaped from one person to infect a loved one. Research …

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Is dark matter real or have we misunderstood gravity?

In the center of the image is the elliptical galaxy NGC5982, and on the right is the spiral galaxy NGC5985. It turns out that these two types of galaxies behave very differently when it comes to additional gravity – and therefore possibly dark matter – in their outer regions. Credit: Bart Delsart (www.delsaert.com) For many years, astronomers and physicists have …

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The Mars helicopter Ingenuity nails the 8th flight of the Red Planet

NASA’s experimental resourcefulness helicopter has already flown eight times to the Red Planet, traveling farther than scientists had hoped. The small helicopter made its latest flight to Mars on Monday (June 21st). During the flight, ingenuity remained elevated for 77.4 seconds, flew 160 meters and landed about 440 feet (133.5 meters) from its satellite, the rover Perseverance, according to a …

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