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A New Paper Just Changed What We Know About The Ancestor of All Animals

In the beginning, life was simple. Then, about half a billion years ago, biology got complicated. Identical cells shrugged off the shackles of conformity and divided the chores between them, evolving into the first members of the animal kingdom Exactly what this animal prototype looks like has long been the subject of debate. A new study has now revealed the …

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Apollo 10's "Snoopy" Lunar Lander May Have Been Found in Space

Apollo 11 was the first mission to land people on the lunar surface. But Apollo relied on a lot of predecessor missions to lay the groundwork for the successful mission to the Moon. One of them was Apollo 10, the fourth crew mission in the Apollo program. Apollo 10 was an almost complete mission that included everything that Apollo 11 …

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God "does not play dice with the universe," writes Einstein by letter to auction

Letters by the famous physicist Albert Einstein have recently become hot properties for auction houses. The last batch auctioned by Christie's gives a deeper insight into Einstein's thoughts on quantum physics, including his criticism of other scientists for lack of understanding of the subject. Written by Einstein in 1945, 10 years before his death, Letters were addressed to Paul Epstein, …

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Astronomers Measure Tiny Black Hole in Near Dwarf Galaxy

When people think of a black hole, they typically picture a large, burning cosmic being that's a million or a billion times bigger than our sun. However, not all black holes are supermassive, and the smaller ones matter too. A team of scientists from the University of Michigan measured the mass of a small black hole in a nearby dwarf …

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The Sun Could Unleash a Massive 'Superflare' in the Next 100 Years, Scientists Warn

It was the year 2000 and scientists had never seen anything like it: astronomers reported evidence of "superflares" on distant stars – solar outbursts many thousands of times more energetic than typical solar flares. As researchers observed over subsequent studies, these intense eruptions were more common on young, rapidly rotating stars, and on stars exhibiting high levels of magnetic activity. …

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Why Noah's Ark Will not Work

University of Vermont biologist Melissa Pespeni examines two purple sea urchins. Credit: Joshua Brown / UVM              A Noah's Ark strategy will fail. In the roughest sense, this is the conclusion of a first-of-its-kind study that illuminates which marine species may have the ability to survive in a world where temperatures are rising and oceans are becoming acidic.                                                 Two-by-two, …

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Commentary: The International Space Station's Guide to the Fresh Future

COMMENTARY In June 2019, NASA announced that astronomically rich tourists would soon be able to visit the International Space Station. A decade later, a national publication sent the passenger a high-level reporter to report on the comfort of The International Space Station is known for many things: high altitude, low crime rates and, of course, the exceptionally high price for …

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