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Plateosaurus: German scientists discover the monstrosity of the dinosaur children. News | DW

While many dinosaurs looked very different from their parents, German researchers have found that some species actually look like miniature copies of adults. Paleontologists at the University of Bonn discovered while examining the skeleton of a young Plateosaurus. The nearly complete skeleton, named “Fabian”, was found in 2015 in Switzerland (pictured above). According to research in the journal Acta Palaeontologica …

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I lived by the phase of the moon for a month

Vector design illustrations. Photo source: Getty / must I know, living the phases of the moon sounds weird and can even be confusing. But after watching the full moon and adjusting my daily life accordingly, I have seen its value. You don’t have to dwell on the spiritual realm to reap the benefits, although you may be the judge of …

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GPS III 04 Space; Rocket Return to Earth for reuse – Inside GNSS

The Center for Missile Systems, Space and Space Forces (SMC) and partners on the mission successfully launched a fourth GPS III satellite built by Lockheed Martin at 6:24 pm on November 5 from the 40th Space Launch Complex at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida. The satellite is put into orbit on the Space Exploration Technologies Corporation’s (SpaceX) Falcon 9 …

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The astronauts head to the launch site for SpaceX’s second crew flight

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) – Four astronauts head to the Kennedy Space Center on Sunday to launch SpaceX’s second crew, which is to take place next weekend. For NASA, it marks the long-awaited start of regular crew rotation at the International Space Station, with private companies supplying elevators. There will be twice as many astronauts as the test flight earlier …

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NASA’s international space station is about to become a filming location

Could the International Space Station (ISS) become a venue for large motion pictures? It looks like the orbital lab, which costs hundreds of billions of dollars to build and maintain, is about to serve that role. Recently, NASA and its international partners have celebrated the 20th anniversary of human occupation of the orbital laboratory called the International Space Station. To …

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Satellite images of craters reveal the power of asteroids and asteroids crashing into Earth

They look like something you’ll find in a galaxy very far away. But these astonishing satellite images show the destructive effect asteroids and asteroids have on the Earth’s surface, leading to a number of strangely beautiful locations. The eye-catching images are on the world’s first atlas of various craters that can be found around the world. The astounding satellite images …

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The iceberg heading towards sub-Antarctic islands can threaten wildlife

An ice sheet about the size of Delaware is moving toward the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia, which worries experts about its ability to keep wildlife out of food and threaten the island’s ecosystem. The iceberg, known as A68a, about 250 miles from the coast of the British island territory of the state of South Georgia is Wednesday, the British …

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