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NASA scientists survey the comet from the solar system outside the Earth

Since Comet 2I / Borisov was first observed entering our solar system in 2019, it has intrigued scientists as a time capsule from another sector of the universe, revealing information about its elements and origins. New research reported by CNN finds that the comet is expanding through our solar system, throwing out gas and other interesting materials, some of which …

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NASA astronaut Andrew Morgan welcomes back to Earth with a street parade in Friendswood

FRIENDSWOOD, Texas (KTRK) – NASA astronaut Andrew Morgan was welcomed back to Earth for a home celebration. Morgan’s friends and family gathered for a street parade at his Friendswood home. Dr. Morgan returned to Earth on April 17, the Friendswood City Government announced. “Earth in crisis is still land worth returning to,” Morgan tweeted. Selected in 2013, Morgan served as …

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“The most dangerous place in the history of planet Earth,” revealed by paleontologists

Predator of Paradise – The giant predatory dinosaur Carcharodontosaurus watches a group of Elosuchus – crocodile hunters – near a corpse. Credit: Works of art by David Bonadona 100 million years ago, ferocious predators, including flying reptiles and crocodile hunters, made the Sahara the most dangerous place on Earth. This is according to an international team of scientists who have …

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The Starlink beta can start up to 3 months, according to Elon Musk

SpaceX can launch beta testing of its global satellite Internet Starlink program within months, according to CEO Elon Musk. He determined that the beta would be” starting at high latitudes. “This probably covers the US and Canada, and Musk also said it included GermanyAfter all, the plan is to deploy the service worldwide. Projects like Starlink are more of a …

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Chemical recycling can be a solution to plastic pollution

The world is drowning in plastic. About 60% of the more than 8,700 million metric tonnes of plastic that have ever been made are no longer used, instead, they are mostly landfilled or discharged into the environment. This equates to over 400 kg of plastic waste for every 7.6 billion people on the planet. One reason is that many plastics …

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This is the latest image of NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope

On January 30, 2020, NASA Spitzer Space Telescope was retired after sixteen years of faithful service. As one of four major NASA observatories – alongside Hubble, Chandra, and Compton Space Telescopes – Spitzer was dedicated to studying the universe in infrared light. In this way, it provided a new idea of ​​our universe and made it possible to study objects …

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The big asteroid appears on Earth on April 29th

We now have good visibility on the large rocky rocket that will fly from Earth next week. On Saturday (April 18th), Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, it captured a radar image of the 1998 asteroid OR2, which will approach 3.9 million miles (6.3 million kilometers) from our planet on April 29. For perspective: The moon orbits the Earth at an …

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Scientists study an unusual comet

Recently, scientists have announced new details about the second interstellar an object ever seen passing through ours sunny system. This is a comet called 2I / Borisov. The comets are made up of frozen gases, rocks and dust that orbit the stars. The Reuters news agency likens them to dirty snowballs. Comets leave behind a mixture of gas and dust …

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Star ship SN4 for cryogenic proof test

Starship SN4 was prepared for a critical cryogenic proof test as early as Saturday night at SpaceX’s launch site in Boca Chica, Texas. The cryogenic proof test is one of the first tests required to prove the usefulness of a vehicle. If all goes well, SpaceX teams will then work on a static fire followed by a potentially small jump. …

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