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New Scan Gives us a better look at the Psyche of the metal asteroid

In 2022, NASA will launch a spacecraft to the asteroid Psyche (16 Psyche), one of the largest in the asteroid belt, and the only asteroid known to have an almost composition. Completely made of metals like iron and nickel. Now, scientists take a fresh look at Psyche using the Hubble Space Telescope, which is conducting the first ultraviolet observations of …

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Researchers confirm the existence of the 5 million year old HONEY BADGER family that terrorized larger predators in the African plains – RT World News

In the new study, paleontologists working along the west coast of South Africa confirmed the existence of an ancient relative of the modern bile badger that once terrorized the African savannas. The existence of a bile badger-like animal has been suggested by previous fossil findings, but has now been confirmed by Alberto Valenciano Vaquero and Romala Goosystem, who are conducting …

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Halloween fireballs appear more than possible

Halloween not only has a blue moon, but more than 160 people can also admire the fireball! Meteorologist Jesse Maag and his family are some from Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia who saw bright meteorites. Source link

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The NASA probe stores giant asteroid samples to return to Earth

This website may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. OSIRIS-REx has been in Bennu’s orbit since the end of 2018, giving NASA plenty of time to find the right landing area on the unexpected rock surface. It seems to have chosen well. After a recent successful touch and go operation, NASA reported a sizable …

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Seeing the squid: Scientists share the first shot of the ‘bizarre’ Ram Horn squid | Science | News

The original oceanographers had no idea what they were looking at when the odd looking 3-inch (7cm) squid first came out of the long-awaited debut. The bizarre creature boasts bulging eyes, eight arms, and two tentacles. The data reveals how the elusive creature is officially found at a depth of 2,790ft (850m) below the surface, almost at the limit where …

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Cerebral Circuits Found To Help Explain Why Dynamism Decreases With Age

“As we get older, it’s harder to get the attitude of getting up and starting toward things,” said Ann Graybiel, author of the study. Credit: Christine Daniloff, MIT Research in rats shows that aging affects brain vessels that are important for learning to make certain types of decisions. As they get older, they often lose motivation to learn new things …

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Australian archaeologists found DNA evidence of the mysterious ancestor of the Denisovans in Tibet

Now the researchers are back with a new report in Science, supported by a team of Australian experts. And this time they have DNA. “It’s a sleigh,” said Associate Professor Kira Westaway, an archeologist at Macquarie University. “It’s really safe to date.” Researchers only accessed the site for a few days, at midnight, at sub-zero temperatures. The research also demonstrates …

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