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Because Tesla Stock jumped on Monday

What happened Shares of the electric car manufacturer Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) it jumped on Monday, rising by almost 8% when the market closed. The gain in the stock likely reflects a combination of Elon Musk’s success in the other company he manages, SpaceX, over the weekend and a good day on the market for many growing stocks. Image source: The …

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How to read a coronavirus study or any scientific paper

As a scientific writer, I have been reading scientific articles for 30 years. I guess I’ve read tens of thousands of them, looking for new progress to write about or do basic story research. Even though I’m not a scientist, I felt comfortable enough to navigate around them. One lesson I have learned is that some work may be needed …

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Tesla Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) – SpaceX Falcon 9 takes a ‘big hit in the arm’ for the Tesla brand, says analyst

Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) shares traded 5.8% higher on Monday after a successful launch of CEO Elon Musk’s other company, SpaceX. While Tesla and SpaceX only have loose financial ties, an analyst says that SpaceX is contributing to the value of the Tesla brand. Tesla’s analyst Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives reiterated a neutral rating and a $ 800 price target …

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The best photos from the first launch of NASA astronauts by SpaceX

SpaceX launched NASA astronauts into space for the first time on Saturday: the company’s first human passengers and the first time people ever piloted a commercially developed spaceship. This mission was the product of NASA’s commercial crew program, a partnership between the space agency and two private companies (Boeing is the other) to build spaceships that can transport astronauts to …

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This ancient innovation could change sneakers forever

Grippy sneakers can make the difference between a quick pivot snap and a sloppy turnover. Thanks to a team of materials scientists from the United States, Canada and Switzerland, nailing that shot could be easier than ever. The team of researchers designed new animal-inspired kirigami and shoe prints that intuitively provide greater grip on slanted surfaces like vinyl or ice. …

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Incredible video shows the explosion of the prototype of the SpaceX – BGR spacecraft

The SpaceX prototype of the SN4 spacecraft exploded during a static fire test on Friday, a few hours before the second Crew Dragon launch attempt. The two projects are completely different and the explosion had no impact on NASA’s mission. The explosion video shows the rocket prototype pouring what appears to be oxygen just before the explosion destroys the vehicle. …

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The study finds that models formed of spiral galaxies show that the universe can have a defined structure

An all-sky mollweide map of the quadrupole in the distribution of the rotation directions of the galaxy. In this image, the different colors mean different statistical force of having a cosmological quadrupole in different points of the sky. Credit: Kansas State University An analysis of over 200,000 spiral galaxies revealed unexpected links between the directions of rotation of the galaxies …

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