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The galaxies are soaked with watery alien planets

This artist's view shows plan solutions with habitable zones similar to the Earth. From left: Kepler-22b, Kepler-69c, Kepler-452b, Kepler-62f and Kepler-186f. Last in line, the earth itself. Credit: NASA / Ames / JPL-Caltech "Water worlds" are incredibly common all the way, says a new study. Midsize Alien Planets – the two to four times larger than the Earth – tend …

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Experts: On the ground receives signals from a long-dead space-civilization

Human hope to receive the signal from the "brothers in mind" will break into the magnificence of the endless cosmos. Possible senders of the message will be dead at the time of receipt. <img class = "aligncenter" src = "http://sivtelegram.media/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/e41da8e081a4d630d41fcbbb47edbecc.jpg" alt = "People have sent radio signals to space for over 80 years and expect to get a response or …

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Stars memorize the rebirth of our hemgalax

Schematic diagram showing two steps of star formation in the Milky Way galaxy according to Noguchi. The upper illustration indicates blue (cold) and red (hot) gas. The color chart in the bottom panel shows the distribution of the elementary composition of stars calculated by Noguchi's model with the purple line indicating how the elemental composition of the gas changes over …

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"Nibiru Will Beat the Earth": People Survive and Start a New Era of Researchers

The real threat of eradication of Earth's civilization due to a collision with Planet X, a scientifically proven, but it has several options. An international group of researchers, for example, considers that the Earth's collision with Nibiru will be a new opportunity for human development. According to the latest research data, people have brought the planet to the last line, …

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InSight halfway there! Update on Opportunity Rover | space

<! – -> NASA said on August 20, 2018 that its InSight spacecraft, launched May 5th and now on its way to Mars, passed halfway through August 6th. All its instruments have been tested and work well. More about Insight below. Meanwhile, NASA said it still has not heard a look from its Opportunity robber on Mars. The nearest 15-year-old …

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"Spooky" Quantum Entanglement Confirmed Using Remote Quasars

If you read enough scientific news, you know that there is a long list of experiments that try to "prove Einstein errors." No one has finally contradicted his characteristic theory of relativity. But the latest effort to counterfeit their statements about "spooky action at a distance" has been quite cosmic. Researchers have long conducted tests that show that the quantum …

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Saving The Great Barrier Reef: Keep the world's largest reef system alive

Heartbreak in Great Barrier Reef. The world's largest living structure is threatened by several environmental issues, including global warming. The Australian government has begun to take action to save the natural treasure. Pixabay ) The Great Barrier Reef is Australia's natural treasure, one of the wonders of the world's seven nature and the largest living structure on the planet. Sprawling …

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NASA's asteroid-hunting spacecraft begins to sleep on Bennu

About 2 million km from Bennu, OSIRIS-REX goes in to kill. During this approach, the probe will enter a orbit around Bennu for the first time and use its suite of scientific instruments to scan the environment for hazards. It will also visualize Bennu for the first time, collect images so that researchers can build a detailed model of the …

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Study: Climate models underestimate permafrost emissions

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – A new study suggests that global climate forecasts have drastically underestimated carbon dioxide emissions from depletion of permafrost in the Arctic. Alaskan Energy Letters report the study published in the peer-reviewed journal Nature Communications has found that permafrost emissions can be more than twice as projected due to thermocastyl methane methane formed in permafrost. Researchers have …

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