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The new interstellar object looks surprisingly familiar

New results paint the second recorded interstellar visitor as a sur pris bad family or ar object, according to new research. Scientists have predicted the expected arrival of an object outside our solar system for decades, but the first documented one, 1I / & # 39; Oa4a , went against all expectations: I was not an asteroid and not a …

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A brilliant midnight fireball illuminates the sky over Northeast China

A dazzling meteor appears to illuminate the sky over northeast China on Friday (October 11th), appearing as a shining fireball in video to watch the event. The meteor appeared around 12:16 a.m. Beijing time, turning night into day and casting dark shadows as it moved through the sky, according to state CCTV. Footage of the fireball was captured by surveillance …

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NASA News: Space engineer offers accelerator propulsion ship "near light speed" | Science | News

NASA Marshall Space Flight Engineer has developed an alternative to traditional space rocket propellant. This is a huge, spiral-shaped engine powered by a particle accelerator. Dr. Burns describes the controversial and highly experimental device as a "spiral engine." The director of the Marshall Space Flight Center proposed the idea in a series of slides published on the space agency's technical …

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The new material effectively captures carbon dioxide

Researchers have developed a new material that can selectively capture carbon dioxide molecules and effectively turn them into useful organic products – an advance that can help develop new ways of limiting global greenhouse gas emissions. Researchers, including those from Kyoto University in Japan, stated that the new material has a high affinity for carbon dioxide molecules and can quickly …

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Eyes to Heaven: The hunter's moon rises on Sunday night

For those interested in the celestial era, you will want to follow the sky, because you may have the chance to see the full moon on October Sunday. The full moon of October, the hunter's hunt, falls a month after the lunar harvest of September, which lasted from September 12-13. You will want to follow the sky on Sunday, October …

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Do we owe our existence to the moon?

Science fiction can be strangely ancient. Although "Star Trek", "Star Wars" and "Lost In Space" all depict life on other planets in distant solar systems, scientists have no evidence that other planets existed outside our solar system until 1992 when the first exoplanet was discovered. This means that those films and TV shows that debuted long before 1992 foretell the …

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