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Learn more about April night sky, constellations | Outside

Although the stars and constellations we see in April are a sure sign spring is here, we know better than the ones living in Wyoming. At least we get some clear nights between snowstorms and the snow is melting faster this season. The bright constellations of winter Canis Major, Orion, Gemini, Taurus and Auriga float in the western sky. The …

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Do you feel helpless? You can actually contribute to Coronavirus Research from home

When people try to maintain social engagement during self-isolation, citizen science offers a unique opportunity. Defined as “public participation and collaboration in scientific research”, citizen science allows everyday people to use technology to unite against a common goal – from their homes. And it now offers a chance to contribute to research on coronavirus pandemics. When so many of us …

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Researchers use futuristic technology to print 1,000 facial shields per day for Coronavirus Pandemic

David Walker carries the final product. Researchers hope to make a dent in the hospital’s needs with a single 3D printer. Northwestern University Researchers have demonstrated the ability to generate 1,000 facial shield components per day – with a single 3D printer. A critical piece of personal protective equipment (PPE), face shields protect healthcare professionals from the new coronavirus (COVID-19) …

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Astrophysicists detect two neutron stars that ripple space and time in violent concentration

Tech 15:57 GMT 29.03.2020Get a short URL Neutron stars are exotic astronomical objects that are only naked star cores without outer layers and thermonuclear reactions are ongoing. When two neutron stars merge, they disrupt space and time, sending gravitational waves across the universe. For the second time in history, scientists have discovered what might be a collision of two neutron …

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The US space force is finally leaving the planet

Go Time The newly formed US space force will actually go into orbit for the first time on Thursday. The mission, which will send a military communications satellite to orbit from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, is still on track for its 3 p.m. EST launch according to Ars Technica. That’s because unlike other groups like SpaceX and NASA, …

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