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The Space Telescope's International Space Telescope Makes Amazing Monitoring of Black Holes Feeding

Illustration: NASA / CXC / M.Weiss The International Space Station Telescope has made an incredible high-resolution X-ray measurement. from a black hole, sucking matter that could have important implications for understanding astronomers about these mysterious objects. Scientists know that black holes emit high energy X-rays when they eat matter, but how and where it's a matter of discussion. The study …

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Microbes on ISS mutating to survive the void of space – RT World News

Good news for future astronauts and budding space travelers alike: spacebound microbes are not mutating into the human-threatening, antibiotic-resistant superbug form as many had previously feared.      A new study by researchers at Northwestern University found that microbes on ISS mutated different genes than their Earthbound counterparts, either as part of a natural selection or a possible mutation "There has …

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Monogamous species Sharing deep genetic similarities

Pigeons form pairs throughout their lives. Photograph: Jeanne Mengoule (Flickr) Regardless of your opinion of monogamy, this is a feature that occurs in many species, from bird-singers to fishing for many. But surprisingly, there are many examples in which members of a species will form pairs throughout life, but those of a close look will not. An international team of …

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Global Quantum Internet Really Is Possible

Quantum internet promises ultra-secure, next-generation communications, but is it truly feasible on a global scale Absolutely, according to a new experiment conducted between satellites in orbit and a station on the ground. ] The team of scientists was able to exchange several carefully managed photons in pulses of infrared light, carried between Russian GLONASS satellites and the Space Geodesy Center …

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Rocket Lab Electron Launches Mission ELaNa-XIX – NASASpaceFlight.com

A rocket lab launched its second mission for just over a month on Sunday. The electronic rocket launches at 06:33 UTC with a host of CubeSats for the NASA program for the educational launch of the Nanasatellites program (1965002) The 19th mission to deploy educational CubeSats in orbit is also the first mission commissioned by NASA's Venture Class Launch Services …

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The junior meteor shower will be visible tonight!

(KNOE 8 WEATHER) – After a gloomy Saturday, it seems that tonight we will see the cleansing of the sky. This is good news because you may be able to take a look at the annual meteorite gemini! You could see up to 100-150 meteors per hour! The best viewing will be between midnight and sunrise. Sunday your weather is …

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The second sea turtle is rescued from the coast of Oregon

This was the second time this week a sea turtle was discovered on the coast of Oregon, a side effect of the harsh seas and shaking winds that shook the coast for days. Both tortoises take care of the Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport, which has a "climate-controlled quarantine space" designed to rehabilitate turtles, according to the aquarium. A couple …

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