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Amazing Pictures of Chicago and Lake Michigan The Arctic Whirlpool

High above the frozen streets of Chicago on Thursday, the European Space Agency's Sentinel-2 satellite travels 488 miles above the head. Craftsmanship has powerful imaging equipment that can help scientists observe plant growth and the health of the world's forests. On Thursday, he seals images of the frozen coastline, slopes of rocky lake, ice cloud, and cold city streets. Glory …

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Space Pics of the Week: Look, Ma, there's no stick for a sister!

NASA Navigator "Curiosity" is an expert on making Mars comrades, and this last shot was shot on January 15 at Rock Hall's training site. In fact, there are 57 separate images stitched together to show another working day on the red planet. After six years of work and driving around, the rover looks pretty dirty and dirty, but it still …

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Major Study Rewrites the Driving Source of Atlantic Ocean Circulation

The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, shown here, serves as a conveyor belt that transports heat and pulls carbon from the atmosphere into the deep ocean. (Credit: R. Curry, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution / Science / USGCR) Massive volumes of water circulate throughout the Atlantic Ocean and serve as the central drivers of Earth's climate. "The general understanding has been [that …

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Better interior design can keep astronauts healthier and happier in deep space

When it comes to building a spacecraft, engineers often prioritize aesthetics by focusing on materials and hardware that are both safe and effective to fulfill the mission-driven mission. But some scientists say it's time to consider another crucial factor in designing the interior of the spacecraft: how will this affect the behavior of passengers? For astronauts who travel long distances …

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