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High ambient noise in the ocean is to spoil conversations of dolphins

Claudia14 / Pixabay People already do enough damage to our planet through greenhouse gas emissions, plastic waste, illegal wilderness trade and much more. Now, a new study suggests that high ambient noise in the ocean hurt the dolphin's voice call and prevents them from communicating with each other the same way they used to. We can almost see dolphins as …

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When the rocket | The Koz Telegram

First, after the accident at Baikonur, launch of the carrier rocket "Soyuz-FG" will be held on November 16. Then I try again to send a rocket to the International Space Station. According to the source, the launch is tentatively scheduled for November 16, the start should take place at 21:14 (Kyiv time) . Then the rocket should put into orbit …

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Desert Test Drive for Mars Rover is controlled from 1000 miles away

Credit: ESA / Airbus DS / Mullard Space Science Laboratory / LATMOS – University Pierre et Marie Curie / Open University / Imperial College / Natural History Museum ExoFiT The Mars Rover Testing Team will use a new model called "Charlie" to test hardware, software and practice science operations for the future European Space Agency (ESA) ExoMars rover, who will …

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How Hibernation Could Help Humans Treat Illness, Conserve Energy and Get to Mars

Researchers will gather today to discuss the potential for hibernation and the related process, to help human health in spaceflight at the American Physiological Society's (APS) Comparative Physiology: Complexity and Integration Conference in New Orleans. To survive times Når maten er skarpt og temperaturen er lavt, nogle dyr indtaster hibernation – en fysiologisk proces som reducerer deres normale metabolisme til …

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Hubble Space Telescope returns to action after Gyroscope Glitch

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope in the Earth's orbit. Credit: NASA The Hubble Space Telescope is back. The iconic scale resumed normal operation on Friday, October 26 after a three week hiatus caused by two orientation gyroscopic issues, NASA officials announced an update on Saturday, October 27th. Hubble's first bouncing science work, launched early on Saturday morning, involved infrared-light observations of …

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Space travel can change the brain

Space travel can change the brain The cost of long periods in space not only results in muscle atrophy and reduced bone density. It also has lasting effects on the brain, suggests a study. The study was reported in the New England Journal of Medicine, conducted on ten cosmonauts, each had spent an average of 189 days aboard the International …

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Batteries for carbon nanotubes can be charged 10 times faster than normal battery: Study

Column tubes prove to be a secret method for improving the batteries. A recent research conducted by researchers from Rice University and published in the Advanced Materials Journal assured of the benefits of using carbon nanotubes. What is carbon nanotubes? Carbon nanotubes are cylindrical carbon molecules with the properties that make them potentially useful in a variety of applications in …

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How many space stations need this planet?

At one end of Bigelow Aerospace's factory is a mock-up of a terrific home for future astronauts. With a unique design it can be packed into a rocket, and then dragged into space – it would conveniently accommodate a dozen people as a space station or serve as a building block of a moon base. "It will be a monster …

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Space Travel Can Alter Brain: Study

Spending long periods in space not only leads to muscle atrophy and reductions in bone density, it also has lasting effects on the brain, suggests a study. The study, led by a team of neuroscientists from the University of Antwerp in Belgium and Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) of Munich, showed that differential changes in the three main tissue volumes of the brain …

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