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Neil DeGrasse Tyson wants "amazing" to be reserved for science "Anxiety, no. I have not this word besmirched."

Technical Incorrectly offers a slightly paced rate of technology that has taken over our lives. " Michael Campanella / Getty Images Being a scientist must feel like living in a lonely corner. As learning and knowledge become insulted daily, offering true evidence does not seem to fly so well. Astrophysician Neil DeGrasse Tyson lives this life and combats the good, …

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See the stars of Susquehanna by telescope with local experts

All ages are welcome to Susquehanna Heritage's Stars over the Susquehanna program on Friday, April 20th. The free event includes stargazing through a telescope and learns about early explorers and nightlife from local experts. (Photo: Posted) Buding astronomers – or simply those who want to know more about the night sky – have the opportunity to stargaze with telescopes and …

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New research shows Greenland's ice sheet & # 39; Dark Zone & # 39; Melting faster than we thought

It is clearly visible from satellite imagery, there is a strip of Greenland ice which becomes darker and darker and melts faster and faster. New drone research has confirmed which researchers previously believed created "Dark Zone" and also gave researchers a better idea of ​​how bad things are. The dark zone lies south-west of Greenland's ice and stretches 248 miles …

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Science Fiction's Biggest Names Will Live Forever on Pluto's Moon

International Astronomical Union Frequently overlooked in the vastness of space, Pluto's tiny moon Charon has gotten ahold of some major celebrities: Stanley Kubrick, Arthur C. Clarke, Octavia Butler. That's because the International Astronomical Union (IAU) has approved names for the moon's surface-level features, with focus on names in science fiction and historical myth. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below NASA's New …

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NASA can fly people on the less powerful version of its space racket

NASA can make some major changes in the first paragliding of its future space launcher, Space Launch System, after receiving a new funding boost from Congress to build a new launch platform. When people fly on the rocket for the first time in the 2020s, they can ride a less powerful version of the vehicle than NASA had expected. If …

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How we can discover Alien Life on Saturn Moon

Enceladus, Saturn's sixth largest moon, is increasingly recognized by researchers as the most promising place in the solar system to seek life. The brilliant white moon, which deals with the size of England, has a global sea of ​​salt, liquid water under its frozen surface, that this has been around for billion years – plenty of time for life to …

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Sea Turtles Use magnetic fields to find their birthplace beach

The turtles can experience both the intensity of the magnetic field and its angle of inclination, the angle that the field lines make with respect to the surface of the Earth, has shown earlier research. Video Turtle paper band, a new test for Stamina Researchers want to know if more time crashes leave the turtles tired when they reach the …

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SPHERE reveals fascinating zoo of slices about young stars

New images from the SPHERE instrument on ESO's Very Large Telescope reveal the dusty discs surrounding surrounding young stars in greater detail than previously achieved. They show a bizarre variety of shapes, sizes and structures, including the likely effects of planets still in the process of forming. Credit: ESO / H. Avenhaus et al. / E. Sissa et al. / …

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NASA offers 3-D, detailed look at the Jupiter North Pole and massive storms

NASA's Juno Spacecraft continues to send new information about Jupiter at home in unrivaled detail. The US Space Agency shared an infrared flight tour of the Jupiter North Pole and some of the planet's massive polar poles. These data and photographs were shared at the General Assembly of the European Geoscience Society Wednesday in Vienna, NASA reports in a press …

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These sea turtles use magnetic fields like GPS

Loggerhead sea turtles living on beaches with similar magnetic fields are genetically similar to each other, according to a new study. "Loggerhead sea turtles are fascinating creatures that begin their lives by migrating alone across the Atlantic and back, says Kenneth Lohmann, professor of biology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. " Eventually, they return to the …

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