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The Earth’s orbit is clogging, the World Economic Forum has a solution

With low Earth orbit (LEO) becoming heavily congested due to the launch of new satellites, the threat of collisions between these satellites and the increase in space debris remains high. The World Economic Forum (WEF) is currently launching a global initiative to develop a “Space Sustainability Rating” that will shed light on the growing threat. The forum will assess space …

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The Earth’s atmosphere captures an “unprecedented” amount of heat: NASA, NOAA report

Scientists from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) found in a new study that the Earth’s atmosphere captures an “unprecedented” amount of heat, with the planet’s energy imbalance doubling from approximately 2005 to 2019. . NASA explained in a statement Tuesday that the climate of blue marble is determined by the …

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Juno captured this image of Earth on its way to Jupiter in 2013.

Since the Juno spacecraft has been in orbit around Jupiter for nearly five years – since July 4, 2016 – you may have forgotten about that time in 2013. Juno flew past Earth. The spacecraft needed a little extra boost to reach Jupiter, so it used Earth for gravitational assistance. Image editor Kevin Gill reminded us of this flyover with …

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Space Squid: NASA Sends Baby Squid from Hawaii to Space for Exploration

Dozens of baby squid from Hawaii are in the study area. Baby Hawaiian bobtail squid were bred at the University of Hawaii’s Kewalo Marine Laboratory and were blown into space earlier this month on a SpaceX delivery mission to the International Space Station. (Craig T. Kojima, star-advertiser from Honolulu via AP) HONOLULU (AP) – Dozens of baby squid from Hawaii …

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Common hyperfluorescent perovskite at high temperatures

Credit: Pixabay / CC0 Public Domain The oft-studied perovskite can overfluoresce at temperatures that are practical to achieve and at times long enough to make it potentially useful in quantum computing applications. The findings of researchers at North Carolina State University also show that hyperfluorescence may be a common feature of this class of materials. Superfluorescence is an example of …

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