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How Sample Reading Can Solve Your Writing Problems

      Many smart and hard-working students often undervalue the practice of reading samples as an effective way of doing progress in academic writing. College kids have scan idea that, in order to write as compellingly as seasoned experts do at https://buyessay.org/, or other popular essay writing services, they need to see how it’s done by professionals in the first …

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NASA is looking for ideas for an Artemis moon rover

HOUSTON – NASA plans to issue a call to a lunar rover that can be used by future crew missions to the moon and, like many other parts of the Artemis program, is being developed in a partnership with industry. Tom Cremins, NASA's associate administrator for strategy and plans, spoke at SpaceCom Expo here November 20. The Security Agency will …

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Saturn's moon Titan resembles the earth, finds new research

When you think of a moon, you might think of a rocky, crater-filled barren surface with little to do except wander around in your rover and collect rocks. Although the Earth's moon is truly the symbol of a dead world, there are more than 200 moons in our solar system orbiting planets and asteroids. Fortunately for human scientists, the universe …

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"Donut-Shaped" DNA Makes Cancer More Aggressive

Cancer cells may owe part of their destructive nature to unique, "monk-shaped" DNA, according to a new study. The study, published today (November 20) in the journal Nature, found that some cancer cells, DNA do not pack into thread-like structures as in healthy cells – rather, the genetic material folds into a ring-like shape that makes cancer more aggressive. "DNA …

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Vibrant new Milky Way describes the heart of our galaxy

The Murchison Widefield Array telescope gives us a fresh look at the center of our Winter Galaxy. Dr. Natasha Hurley-Walker (ICRAR / Curtin) and GLEAM Team If human eyes could see radio waves, space would look very different to us. A team of researchers used the Murchison Widefield Array telescope in Australia to help people experience wonders in our home …

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Oxygen on March adds to atmospheric mysteries

There is not much air on Mars – atmospheric pressure is less than one hundredth of what we breathe on earth – but the little that exists has puzzled planetary scientists. Oxygen, which makes up about 0.13 percent of the Martian atmosphere, is the latest puzzle. In a paper published this month in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, researchers …

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