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Too Much UV Light Could Turn Gas Planets Into Sad Rocky Cores

Depiction of the artist of WASP-69b and its spectral tail. Image: Gabriel Perez Diaz, SMM (IAC The atmosphere of a giant gaseous extrasolar planet located at 163 light years from the Earth is detonated in space by its host star, forming a spectral tail. celestial, according to a new study, a discovery that could provide new knowledge on planetary formation. …

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NASA’s next Mars rover will use AI to be a better science partner

Enlarge / The Mars 2020 rover will probably bring artificial intelligence software to help manage the scientific workload. [19659003] Welcome to Ars UNITE, our week-long virtual conference on ways in which innovation brings unusual couplings. Every day of this week, from Wednesday to Friday, we are offering you a couple of stories on how to face the future. Today's attention …

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This theory may explain why 95% of the universe is missing

Scientists may have finally violated a mystery that has lasted for decades surrounding the structure of the cosmos. Up to 95 percent of the known universe is "missing", which means it can not be explained by scientists and a "dark" fluid discovery "could solve the puzzle. The material , which scientists say has a negative mass, brings together dark energy …

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Volcano-driven asphyxiation pegged as a culprit in the Great Dying

A huge series of volcanic eruptions in the distant past of the Earth left creatures of the ocean breathless. The greenhouse gases emitted by the volcanoes have drastically lowered the levels of oxygen in the oceans, a deadly scenario that may have been the main culprit of the Great Dying, the researchers report. Earth scientist Justin Penn of the University …

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Why the Large Hadron Collider Is Shutting Down for Two Years

Welding of a magnet during prolonged arrest 1 Photo: CERN The Large Hadron Collider, the largest smasher in the world, will be deactivated for the next two years for updates. It is hoped that its ability to hunt the particles will be even better once restarted in 2021. The LHC experiment is the jewel of CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. A …

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The ‘great dying’: rapid warming caused largest extinction event ever, report says | Environment

The rapid global warming caused the biggest extinction event in the history of the Earth, which swept away the vast majority of marine and terrestrial animals on the planet, they discovered scientists. The mass extinction, known as "great dying", occurred about 252 million years ago and marked the end of the Permian geological period. The study of sediments and fossilized …

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GOP senator: Arctic Ocean may be ice free in summer within 20 years

Sen. Dan Sullivan Daniel Scott Sullivan Night Defense: Congress pauses to cry George H.W. Bush | Haspel to inform the senators on the killing of Khashoggi | The soldier is the fourth to die of the Afghan IED explosion The couple of bipartisan senators introduces a bill for the creation of a program to share information on global electoral security …

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Where Is Dark Matter? Another Experiment Fails to Find a Signal

COSINE-100 sodium iodide crystals Photo: COSINE-100 An experiment on dark matter in South Korea could soon confirm or deny an exceptional piece of evidence of dark matter. The observations on the universe reveal that it consists mainly of things that scientists do not understand. Normal matter seems to constitute less than 5% of the universe, dark energy around 68%, and …

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