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On May 4, a tiny asteroid missed Earth … but barely

I guess the Force was with us: In the early morning hours of May 4, a small asteroid 3-6 meters* opposite passed from Earth, passing our world only 7000 kilometers – only for the radius of the Earth itself! It passed so close to us that its orbit was significantly altered by Earth’s gravity. Before you panicked, at this diameter …

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The mysterious yellow sky of WASP-79b

The artist’s concept for WASP-79b, a hot Jupiter-like exoplanet 780 light-years from Earth. New research shows that the planet has a yellow sky instead of blue, as expected. Image by NASA / ESA / L. Hustak (STScI) / Hubblesite. The earth is beautiful and sometimes we can take it for granted that we can look up and see a deep …

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The mysterious yellow sky of WASP-79b

The artist’s concept for WASP-79b, a hot Jupiter-like exoplanet 780 light-years from Earth. New research shows that the planet has a yellow sky instead of blue, as expected. Image by NASA / ESA / L. Hustak (STScI) / Hubblesite. The earth is beautiful and sometimes we can take it for granted that we can look up and see a deep …

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Super ‘Flower’ Moon will make another appearance tonight

Android users have options similar to those on iOS, with a choice between the built-in camera app and third-party software. Here’s a step-by-step guide to both methods: Take a photo of the moon in the Android’s built-in camera: Each version of Android may be slightly different, as the operating system can be customized by individual phone manufacturers, so instructions may …

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Dramatic fossil shows a squid-like creature smearing fish in its jaws

A segment of fossils showing fish caught (brownish colored flakes) with the arms of a cephalopod wrapped around it. Image: Malcolm Hart, Proceedings of the Association of Geologists A repeated analysis of the fossils discovered in England in the 19th century reveals that he depicts 200-a million-year scene in which a squid-like creature still clings to its prey. The fossil …

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After 60 years, explosive rockets are almost here

For most outer space engineers, a rocket engine explosion is a disaster. But Karim Ahmed is everything. As director of the University of Central Florida’s Energy and Energy Research Laboratory, Ahmed has spent the last few years developing a next-generation rocket engine that uses controlled explosions to boost things in space. It’s called a rotary-detonation engine and promises to make …

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Tom Cruise receives space advice from astronauts Scott Kelly, Roy Bridge

Exceptional Tom Cruise receives valuable advice on outer space before filming aboard the International Space Station, and famous astronauts say de-icing toilet science is super important !!! Retired astronauts Scott Kelly and Roy Bridges, Jr. tell TMZ … Tom will go through many workouts before blasting to the ISS. This may sound like a joke, but they agree that John …

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Studies show that birds of prey have not hunted in packs

Artistic restoration of Deinonychus antirrhopus, Credit: Fred Wierum Turns out, you really can’t believe everything you see in the movies. A new analysis by the University of Wisconsin Oshchet on the teeth of rake birds published in a peer-reviewed journal Paleogeography, paleoclimatology, paleoecology it shows, that velociraptors and their kindred probably did not hunt in large, coordinated packs of dogs. …

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