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There may be exoplanets, even more suitable for life on earth

The search for habitable exoplanets was disappointing. Although we have found a bunch of rocky planets orbiting at the exact distance from their star, further investigation so far has largely yielded nothing but barren poisonous rocks, nailed with deadly star-shaped zooms. But according to new research using computer modeling to investigate the conditions that could exist on different types of …

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SpaceX & # 39; Starhopper & # 39; is ready to make its biggest leap

Business end of the SpaceX Starship bin prototype. Elon Musk / SpaceX It looks like the Elon Musk Starship prototype, called "Starhopper", may make its highest jump as early as Monday. SpaceX had planned to test the single-engine version of its eventual Mars vehicle with its second short flight last week, but the launch was abruptly canceled. Musk later tweeted …

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Breaking through decades of testing, researchers support the case for quantum mechanics

Researchers created entangled pairs of photons and distributed two photons from each pair to two measuring stations in opposite directions. At each measuring station, a telescope received photons from a selected space source that is at least 11 light-years from Earth. Cosmic photon detection signals generate arbitrary bits to select a measurement setting for the Bell test without holes. In …

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The final Delta IV goes up on the last mission

KOPAVA KAPA, Flag. – The United Launch Alliance launches its Delta IV Medium missile on Thursday morning on its 15th and final mission. After nearly 17 years in service, Delta IV rose once more into the mostly clear sky, carrying the second Global Positioning System III satellite for the US Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center. The Delta IV …

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Scientists share new details about mysterious "ghost particle"

Neutrinos are called ghostly because they are extremely volatile or vapor, cosmic particles that can pass through any type of matter without changing. They have almost no mass – but now scientists have calculated the mass of the lightest type of neutrino. They can travel through the most extreme environments, such as stars, planets, and entire galaxies, and stay the …

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Chandrayaan-2 makes the first image of the moon, taking over the Apollo Crater, Mare Orientale Basin | India News

NEW DELHI: After reaching the moon's orbit on Tuesday morning, Chandrayan-2 finally captured the first image of the moon. The image, taken at an altitude of 2650 km from the moon's surface, was taken by a camera aboard the Vikram lander on Wednesday. The Indian Space Research Organization (Isro) tweets an image showing two significant landmarks of the moon, the …

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The entangled time of quantum gravity

A pair of star ships are training for a mission. They are required to fire at each other at the designated time and immediately start their engines to avoid their attack on each other. If one of the ships shoots too early, it will destroy the other and this establishes an unmistakable timeline between fire events. If a powerful agent …

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Astronomers create 8 million baby universes inside a computer and watch them grow. Here's what they learned. | Live science

A team of astrophysicists has just spawned 8 million unique universes in a supercomputer and left them to evolve from just peaks to old jizers. Their purpose? To eliminate the role that an invisible substance called dark matter played in the life of our universe after the Big Bang, and what it means for our destiny. Following discovering that our …

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