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Toyota is creating a crewed lunar rover for Japan’s space agency

Toyota is creating a manned lunar rover for the Japanese space agency The rover could travel more than 10,000 km on the moon, letting Japanese astronauts explore the lunar surface. The news: Japan & # 39; s space agency, JAXA, announced the partnership with Toyota on March 12th. He said the manned and pressurized rover will use Toyota's fuel cell …

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Powerful one hit the Earth 2,700 years ago.

CLOSE Experts warn that a solar storm of the size of a hundred and fifty years ago could plunge the world into chaos. Tony Spitz has the details. Buzz60 It's already happened and could happen again. Some 2,700 years ago, an unusually powerful solar storm passed over the Earth, scientists announced in a new study. Although it has had little …

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Cambridge spin-out starts producing graphene at commercial scale

Graphene wafers. Credit: Paragraf A recent spin-out company of the University of Cambridge, Paragraf, started producing graphene, a carbon plate with an atomic layer thickness, with a diameter of up to eight inches, large enough for commercial electronic devices. Paragraf is producing graphene "wafers" and graphene-based electronic devices, which could be used in transistors, where graphene-based chips could provide speeds …

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Study demonstrates that a brain-computer interface can improve your performance

The flight scenario was presented using a head-mounted display to create an even more engaging 3D experience of the task. In addition to electrical measurements of brain activity from an electroencephalographic cap (EEG), we also recorded other physiological signals such as electrodermal activity from the participants' left hand. Credit: Josef Faller / Columbia Engineering Our state of excitement – being …

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New 50p coin in UK is a Stephen Hawking black hole

This Stephen Hawking black hole coin is horrible. The Royal Mint of the United Kingdom has just started a collection of real bargain coins that can be used in nature – but you are more likely to stay in your private collection. The collection focuses on British science and if Stephen Hawking's black hole coin is any indication, it's going …

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Last Supermoon of the Year to Coincide With Spring Equinox

Stargazers is a surprise for this month. On March 20, a supermoon will beautify the skies above the earth on the same day that the spring equinox falls. Supermoon is used to describe a moon that is full and closest to the Earth. In these moments, it seems slightly brighter and larger than an average full moon, although the difference …

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Italy’s First Coral Reef Has Just Been Discovered

Off the coast of Italy, scientists have discovered the first known coral reef in the country. Although colorful and full of marine life, this strange reef is like very few others on Earth. In a new study published this month in the journal Scientific Reports researchers from the University of Bari Aldo Moro told about the discovery of the first …

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New Harvard/MIT Geo-Engineering Study Says Less Is More

12 March 2019 of Steve Hanley There are many people who shake off the threat of an overheated planet with these words: "When it is absolutely necessary, humanity will find the way of "doing science" among the worst consequences. "These are mostly the same people sitting on the Titanic fantail listening to the band playing" Nearer My God To Thee …

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Butterfly Crossing In OC: Show Us Your Butterfly Pics

THE ORANGE COUNTY, CA – In the last few days in southern California, residents have not been able to walk out, drive or go almost anywhere without coming across a horde of butterflies swirling in the breeze. According to the expert Tom Merriman of Butterfly Farms, in a conversation with Pasadena Star News, 1 billion painted women are migrating north …

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