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The oldest satellite galaxy is over 13 billion years old

According to a recent published report by the Physicist Organization Network, the latest survey by British and American researchers shows that the darkest satellite galaxy that circles the Milky Way is one of the oldest galaxies in the universe. They said that the discovery of these earliest galaxies corresponds to finding the remains of the first people on earth, which …

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Brains over litter: Fossil explained with X-ray tomography – Ezine

Size Issues X-ray tomography has been used to study a newly-described fossil of an extinct ancestor of modern mammals found with 38 fossil offspring. The study provides new evidence that the first mammals developed were about their size for brain size. Mammals have the largest brains in relation to body size and produce some of the smallest litters of offspring. …

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"Water worlds" lined in deep seas can make stronger strange life styles

Life can well exist for the significant dissolution of "water worlds" in our photovoltaic machine, scientists stop. Nevertheless, a whole new gap from the University of Chicago and Pennsylvania Teach University trip on the sea planet may well live in the "candy set" for sustainability for a long time longer than previously assumed. This dramatically improves the prospects lifestyles have …

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Black holes can briefly kill dead dwarf stars back to life • The registry

Black holes can return to dead stars – although only a few seconds, according to a new study. When the stars are too close to the threatening voids, they can kick up tidal disruptions (TDEs). Stars penetrate the black hole through its strong gravity, eventually decomposing by the extreme tidal forces. A group of physicists studied and modeled the interaction …

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Deep sea coral reef discovered from the US coast File

(CNN) – If you think Charleston, South Carolina has a lot of history in its pre-colonial grounds, just look at what has hidden 160 miles of the city's coast for thousands of years: a giant deep sea coral reef system. The main researcher who helped make the discovery called it incredible. How the hidden reef came to light Little is …

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Station staff are facing busy schedule as commercial crew breaks up – Spaceflight Now

STORY WRITTEN TO CBS NEWS & USED WITH PERMISSION The entire six-member Expedition 56 crew gathered in Cupola, the International Space Station's "Window to the World" for a team portrait. On the front row, from the left, the NASA astronauts are Serena Auñon Chancellors, Commander Drew Fuestel and Ricky Arnold. Behind them, from the left, are Roscosmos cosmopolitan Sergey Prokopyev …

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Queensland University of Technology develops Underwater Drone to monitor the Great Barrier Reef

Researchers at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) have developed an underwater drone aimed at monitoring Great Barrier Reef health and identifying and killing deer starfish in an attempt to protect the environment according to Business Insider . Partly funded by the Google Impact Challenge, QUT's unmanned assignment was considered to improve the Great Barrier Reef health enough for the technicians …

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Is NASA's opportunity Mars Rover sentenced?

"It's coming to more than a few people at this time, which makes me surprised that no official statement has actually been made to the team than is happening," she said when we spoke early Thursday. "The people who have heard about it on the Opportunity team are like, what happens? And do not get any response from anyone. It …

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