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Scientists study the marine creature that makes the body’s home fluid

Some very small and deep-water creatures are known as master builders of the sea. They can build complex houses that provide protection and capture food. These structures are made from a fluid that comes out of their heads. When the structures run out, creatures – called giant larvae – build a new one. Usually this happens every day. Some people …

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Scientists discover new star and planet which are “mirror image” of Earth and Sun | Science | news

The similarities between this distant planet – called KOI-456.04 – and Earth are numerous and researchers hope that this means that the conditions there may be right for life. The observation was made by the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research in G√∂ttingen, Germany. The Max Planck Society describes the star and its planet as a “mirror image” of …

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The mysterious pattern of “cosmic radio explosions” from a distant galaxy repeats itself every 157 days, scientists say

Impression of the artist of an orbital modulation model in which the FRB (blue) progenitor is in orbit … [+] with a companion astrophysical object (pink). The type of companion star is not known but there are models that suggest that it could be anything from a black hole to a massive star. Kristi Mickaliger One of the great mysteries …

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Scientists apply the 30-year revolutionary principle and find that black holes could be like holograms

What the researchers have done is apply the theory of the holographic principle to black holes. In this way, their mysterious thermodynamic properties have become more understandable: by focusing on the prediction that these bodies have a great entropy and observing them in terms of quantum mechanics, you can describe them just like a hologram: they have two dimensions, in …

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SpaceX urges FCC not to allocate to the Starlink 12GHz spectrum for 5G use

The first SpaceX Starlink satellite stack launched last year in November. (Image: SpaceX) Earlier this week SpaceX made history by launching the eighth batch of Starlink satellites on a Falcon 9 Block 5 booster. The launch ensured that the Falcon 9 rocket generation that uses nine Merlin 1D open cycle rocket engines to the propulsion has completed 85 missions since …

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The great diet of white sharks surprises scientists

IMAGE: GoPro image of a great white shark off the Australian east coast in Evans Head, New South Wales. View More Credit: Richard Grainger / University of Sydney The first detailed study of the great white shark diets off the Australian east coast reveals that this apex predator spends more time feeding near the seabed than expected. “Inside the shark …

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Beauty shots of the recent Strawberry Moon

(MADISON) WKOW – The full moon in June, also called Strawberry Moon, was seen by many last Friday on June 5th. According to the Farmer’s Almanac, the Algonquin tribes called it Strawberry Moon because of the fruit harvest season. Which normally takes place at this time of year. The strawberry moon is one of the most colorful moons because of …

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