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We have very sad news about the first ever Moon

An irresistible story dragged the world of science and technology on Tuesday when the Chinese space program said its London ship sprouted cotton seedlings in a sealed container of growth – the first plant ever to be harvested in another world. "The Moon's Mission to China sees the first seeds to germinate," the BBC said. "Cotton seeds germinate in the …

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Chinese lunar plants are dead

Chinese scientists have released this image of a cotton plant born in its reservoir on the far side of the moon aboard the Chang # 4's trigger. The photo was taken on January 7, 2019. [19659003] Credit: The University of Chongqing The Moon is a lifeless world once more. Cotton plants that sprouted in the distant side of the moon …

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The rare type of black hole can wander through our dairy

The artist's description of a black hole. Credit: NASA Space Flight Center Scientists think they have rarely noticed, the Jupiter black hole casually walks through the Milky Way Galaxy. Scientists, of course, do not see any black holes directly – but new studies tracking the celestial sky structure see strange behavior that can be caused by just such an invisible …

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Useless body parts that people no longer need

Some human body parts serve no purpose despite having a specific function among our ancestors. The appendix, for example, is not an essential body part (although some research suggests it may act as a storage for good bacteria). In some cases, the appendix gets inflamed or ruptures, which requires surgical removal of the organ. Several other parts of the body …

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A charming experiment uses a robot to recreate the style of walking the early inhabitant of the earth

OroBOT performs one of the good moves. GIF: Camilo Mello (EPFL Lausanne), Tomislav Horvat (EPFL Lausanne) / Gizmodo Using computer simulations and robots, researchers have recreated the probable gait of a 300 millionth anniversary animal, considered one of the earliest earth walkers on the planet Soon hundreds of millions of years, aquatic animals started to land. But how did the …

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CERN plans to build an accelerator four times larger than the LHC

<img alt = "CERN" data-caption = "CERN" data-credit = "CERN" data-locale-id = -1-4970557- 1547640292141 "data-media-id =" f0e2affb-93a4-35ea-8b73-9d663f233344 "data-original-url =" https://s.yimg.com/os/creatr-uploaded-images/2019 -01 / 49cb19b0- 1986-11e9-bdc1-da095ace39af "data-title =" CERN "src =" https://o.aolcdn.com/images/dims?resize=2000%2C2000%2Cshrink&image_uri=https%3A%2F % 2Fs.yimg. Gian Francesco Giudice, head of CERN's Theoretical Department, explained that the project was one. a huge leap from the LHC that is "as planning a trip not to …

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Mysterious interstellar object may not be so special after all

Say the name "Oumuamua" and you'll get all sorts of theories about what the mysterious interstellar object is – a light sail sent from an intelligent extraterrestrial civilization. Comet. An asteroid. But while the object, which was discovered in October 2017 and is now making its way to Saturn's orbit, has sparked much discussion about what it is, there is …

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New quantum structures in supercooled helium can reflect the early days of the universe

Introducing spike vectors of liquid helium as they form half the quantum vortices. Sincerely: Ella Maru Studios For the first time, researchers have documented the long-predicted appearance of "strings bound" in the superfluid helium-3. The existence of such an object, initially predicted by cosmology theorists, can help explain how the universe cools down after the Big Bang. With the newly …

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