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Curiosity took the weekend from Science on Mars because of glitch

NASA's curiosity stirrer on Mars went into safe mode last weekend after a wrong start on February 15, but the rover normally communicates and should be able to resume science operations soon, according to a statement from the agency. The security event began just a few days after NASA formally completed its mission for its longest running rider, Opportunity who …

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SpaceX's Falcon 9 has only survived its highest re-heating ever

S paceX has completed one of its most challenging missions yet. The company launched what could become the world's first privately owned multi-purpose landing site on Thursday before the successfully landed Falcon 9 rocket with the highest heated heating ever. The rocket took off from Launch Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida at 8:45. Eastern as …

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NASA asteroid tracker: Giant 650FT rock barrier for Earth this weekend | Science | News

The asteroid, dubbed by NASA Asteroid 2019 BF1, is heading for a so-called "Earth Close Approach". The asteroid's frightening trajectory sees the shady our home planet during most of the morning hours on Sunday, February 24th. NASA's Asteroid Experts at Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in California expect BF1 to reach around 3.21 AM GMT. When this happens, the giant asteroid …

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Curiosity suffered a starting problem but is now back and running

NASA's Curiosity Mars took this picture with its Mast Camera (Mastcam) on February 10, 2019. Rover is currently exploring a region of Mount Sharp named "Glen Torridon" which has many of clay minerals. NASA / JPL The NASA team has handled a small hiccup in the curiosity rover's operations since it went into safe mode last week. Now the problem …

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Diving into the interior of the earth helps scientists tear up secrets of diamond formation

Two opposite diamond patterns in a diamond anvil cell edge. Credit: University of Bristol Understanding the global carbon cycle gives scientists important clues about the planet's sustainability. That is why the soil has a fissile stable climate and a low carbon atmosphere compared to Venus, which is, for example, in a greenhouse greenhouse with high surface temperatures and a thick …

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Understand the effectiveness of deep ultraviolet LEDs

Deep ultraviolet LED. Credit: Kazunobu Kojima Deep ultraviolet light (DUV) LEDs of aluminum gallium nitride (AlGaN) transmit efficient energy to optical energy due to the growth of one of its bottom layers in a step-like manner. This result, published in the journal Applied Physics Letters can lead to the development of even more efficient LEDs. AlGaN-based DUV LEDs receive much …

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how German electronica helps genetic science at Francis Crick Institute

D owns in the aviation facility, supervisor Joachim Kurt is working on injecting altered DNA into the small embryos of thousands of insects. The secret of his stable hand is the Tangerine Dream, the 1960s new age band, which after several attempts to listen to different genres, Kur's lab has decided, is the most effective to focus the mind while …

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