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“Cannot Be Explained” – Scientists Unveil Revolutionary SS-H2 Steel - SciTechDaily
Scientists have developed a groundbreaking stainless steel for hydrogen production, SS-H2, which offers superior corrosion resistance and cost-effectiveness compared to Titanium. This innovation coul… [+5620 chars]
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T. rex's older cousin unearthed in New Mexico - KOB 4
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. New Mexico is home to a new dinosaur species. Not only that, but the discovery is changing the timeline of when dinosaurs were walking around North America. “This is a discovery l… [+1904 chars]
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Why do men take so long to poop? The answer is complicated. - Yahoo Life
Dear Body Works and Quirks, My husband spends so much time on the toilet. I dont get it! Why cant he get in and out, like I do? Hes not the only man I know who seems to take forever to poop. So wha… [+4431 chars]
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Even the oldest eukaryote fossils show dazzling diversity and complexity - Phys.org
The sun has just set on a quiet mudflat in Australia's Northern Territory; it'll set again in another 19 hours. A young moon looms large over the desolate landscape. No animals scurry in the waning l… [+6298 chars]
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Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope detects surprise gamma-ray feature beyond our galaxy - Phys.org
Astronomers analyzing 13 years of data from NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope have found an unexpected and as yet unexplained feature outside of our galaxy. "It is a completely serendipitous di… [+7321 chars]
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SpaceX delays Starlink satellite launch from West Coast – Spaceflight Now - Spaceflight Now
File photo a a Falcon 9 prior to a Starlink satellite delivery mission. Image: SpaceX. SpaceX pushed back to Saturday the launch of a Falcon 9 rocket from California due to unfavorable weather for b… [+3068 chars]
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Scientists hope self-eating rocket can curb space junk problem - Business Insider
Scientists in the UK have developed a self-consuming rocket they hope can be used to reduce space junk.A team of engineers at the University of Glasgow announced in a press release on Wednesday that … [+1966 chars]
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The first 3D map of magnetic fields in our galaxy explains star-forming regions - Phys.org
A team of astronomers including those from the University of Tokyo have created the first-ever map of magnetic field structures within a spiral arm of our Milky Way galaxy. Previous studies on galact… [+3873 chars]
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Most Powerful Fast Radio Burst Ever Detected Traced to Surprise Location - ScienceAlert
Fast radio bursts (FRBs) are rapid flashes of radio waves from deep space that are as intense as they are mysterious. Astronomers have now managed to track down the origin of the most powerful, furt… [+3088 chars]
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Astronauts ready for first, all-European mission to the International Space Station – Spaceflight Now - Spaceflight Now
(Left to right) Ax-3 Mission Specialist Marcus Wandt, Pilot Walter Villadei, Commander Michael López-Alegría, Mission Specialist Alper Gezeravc. Image: Axiom Space For the third time, Axiom Space is… [+5854 chars]
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Einstein Probe, with unique 'lobster eye,' deploys to unravel the mysteries of black holes, colliding neutron stars and supernovas - Livescience.com
China just launched its Einstein Probe, a unique telescope with a special "lobster eye" camera designed to study the X-rays produced by colliding black holes , stellar corpses and supernovas. The… [+3650 chars]
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NASA Finally Prizes Lid Off The Largest Haul of Asteroid Dust Ever Obtained - ScienceAlert
It's been over 3.5 months since NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft dropped off its precious sample of asteroid dust, and scientists have finally managed to get the lid off the sample container. Now, the t… [+3009 chars]
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Vintage Voyager Data Reveals Plasma Jets in Jupiter's Magnetosphere - Gizmodo
There are jets in Jupiters magnetosheath, according to Voyager 2 mission data from 1979. The 45-year-old information is now revealing the dynamics of the plasma stream. You may remember Voyager 2. I… [+3114 chars]
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Chasing the light: Study finds new clues about warming in the Arctic - Phys.org
The Arctic, Earth's icy crown, is experiencing a climate crisis like no other. It's heating up at a furious pacefour times faster than the rest of our planet. Sandia researchers are pulling back the … [+3858 chars]
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Satellites Show the East Coast Is Sinking - Futurism
"It may be gradual, but the impacts are real." Sinking Feeling Carefully mapped satellite imagery shows that America's East Coast particularly its major population centers is sinking at an eerily r… [+2644 chars]
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Scientists investigate how heat rises through Europa's ocean - Phys.org
Europa, one of Jupiter's many moons, may be capable of supporting life because its icy surface likely obscures a deep, salty ocean. Europa's ocean is also in direct contact with its mantle rocks, and… [+2463 chars]
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The Higgs boson is caught in a singular transformation - Nature.com
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The first assessment of toxic heavy metal pollution in the Southern Hemisphere over the last 2,000 years - Phys.org
Human activity, from burning fossil fuels and fireplaces to the contaminated dust produced by mining, alters Earth's atmosphere in countless ways. Records of these impacts over time are preserved in … [+6152 chars]
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Using 'Kerr solitons' to boost the power of transmission electron microscopes - Phys.org
When light goes through a material, it often behaves in unpredictable ways. This phenomenon is the subject of an entire field of study called "nonlinear optics," which is now integral to technologica… [+3770 chars]
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Unprecedented Discovery: Strange “Blob-Like” Origin of Mysterious Record-Breaking Radio Bursts - SciTechDaily
Astronomers have traced the most powerful and distant fast radio burst (FRB) to a rare cluster of interacting galaxies, challenging existing models of FRB origins and suggesting a connection to dense… [+8165 chars]
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In moon race with China, U.S. setbacks test role of private firms - Reuters.com
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Researchers sequence the first genome of myxini, the only vertebrate lineage that had no reference genome - Phys.org
An international scientific team including more than 40 authors from seven different countries, led by a researcher at the University of Malaga Juan Pascual Anaya, has managed to sequence the first g… [+4688 chars]
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Europe considers launching Copernicus satellite on Falcon 9 - SpaceNews
ORLANDO, Fla. Europe may shift the launch of a Copernicus Earth observation satellite to SpaceXs Falcon 9 to avoid further delays in getting it into orbit. At a press briefing Jan. 11, Simonetta Che… [+3214 chars]
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Major Cities on The US East Coast Are Sinking Faster, Scientists Warn - ScienceAlert
Based on satellite imagery, geologists have determined major cities on the U.S. Atlantic coast are sinking, some areas as much as 2 to 5 millimeters (.08-0.2 inches) per year. Called subsidence, thi… [+3614 chars]
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