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India lost contact with its first lunar lander just before touchdown

India lost contact with its first lunar lander just before touchdown

The Vikram shuttle was going for a spot near the moon’s south post India’s Vikram lander doesn’t seem to have endure “15 minutes of fear” in its endeavor to arrive on the moon. At 4:50…

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Gravitational waves from a ringing dark opening help the no-hair hypothesis

Gravitational waves from a ringing dark opening help the no-hair hypothesis

General relativity recommends the spacetime peculiarities can be completely portrayed by their mass and turn For dark gaps, it’s hard to stand apart from the group: Donning a mohawk is a no-no. Swells in spacetime…

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The Milky Way’s supermassive dark opening arrived at record splendor this year

The Milky Way’s supermassive dark opening arrived at record splendor this year

For the Milky Way’s supermassive black hole, it’s glow time. Known as Sagittarius A*, the behemoth at the center of the galaxy dazzled astronomers in 2019 with a light show more brilliant than ever recorded…

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the Science find stardust in the Antarctic snow

the Science find stardust in the Antarctic snow

The uncommon isotope iron-60 is made in monstrous excellent blasts. Just a limited quantity of this isotope arrives at Earth from far off stars. Presently, an exploration group with critical inclusion from the Technical University…

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Reactor transforms ozone depleting substance into unadulterated fluid fuel

Reactor transforms ozone depleting substance into unadulterated fluid fuel

Reactor transforms ozone depleting substance into unadulterated fluid fuel A typical ozone depleting substance could be repurposed in a proficient and earth neighborly path with an electrolyzer that utilizations sustainable power to create unadulterated fluid…

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Medium-term changes in Mars’ climate could unravel a methane puzzle

Medium-term changes in Mars’ climate could unravel a methane puzzle

Barometrical gases may blend diversely as the planet’s surface moves all through daylight Methane discharged in Gale pit remains in Gale pit. A medium-term change in the Martian air could hold the gas near the…

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Storms on Jupiter are disturbing the planet’s colorful belts, for this problem in this period the colour’s is not clean

Storms on Jupiter are disturbing the planet’s colorful belts, for this problem in this period the colour’s is not clean

Tempest mists established somewhere down in Jupiter’s air are influencing the planet’s white zones and beautiful belts, making unsettling influences in their stream and notwithstanding changing their shading. On account of composed perceptions of the…

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Jupiter: Into the Unknown

Jupiter: Into the Unknown

Secrets lie deep within Jupiter, shrouded in the solar system’s strongest magnetic field and most lethal radiation belts. On July 4, 2016, NASA’s Juno spacecraft will plunge into uncharted territory, entering orbit around the gas…

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KDDI Invests in Next-Generation Space Company “ispace” to Pursue the Commercialization of Lunar Resource Development

KDDI Invests in Next-Generation Space Company “ispace” to Pursue the Commercialization of Lunar Resource Development

KDDI CORPORATION (Headquarters Chiyoda, Tokyo, President Takashi Tanaka) and ispace (Headquarters Minato, Tokyo, CEO and Founder Takeshi Hakamada), a next generation space company pursuing the commercialization of lunar resource development, announce that they have signed…

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Biologist Says Humanity Won’t Survive To See Thanksgiving 2026

Biologist Says Humanity Won’t Survive To See Thanksgiving 2026

A wild turkey crosses the sidewalk on Beacon Street in Brookline, Massachusetts. Credit: Mark Wilson/The Boston Globe It’s time to set the doomsday clock to Thanksgiving 2026 or sooner, according to a university professor who…