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Hubble just took a whole new photo that makes you feel insignificant

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Catched beetles can unlock pollination secrets – LIFE

Researchers have discovered a beetle caught in amber dating back to 99 million years, a discovery that can help to better understand the connection between old flowering plants and pollinators. A group of unusual evergreen gymnosperms, known as cycads, may have been the first insecticidal plants. A study published in the newspaper Current biology detects the earliest definitive fossil evidence …

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NASA videos from Seattle, Milky Way from space

by Karina Mazhukhina / KOMONews.com The focus is on Canada-Washington, near Vancouver Island in southern Alberta, near Calgary. Aurora Borealis Light Show is in full swing. (Image with permission from the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, NASA Johnson Space Center -http: //eol.jsc.nasa.gov) Washington State can be beautiful personally, but it is surely something else from above. Take a look …

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First milestones achieved on NASA's recently launched Parker Solar Probe – Spaceflight Now

Artist concept of NASA's Parker Solar Probe-descending Earth. Credit: NASA Space assignments sent to the solar system often travel this year before they reach a scientific dividend, but NASA's Parker Solar Probe was launched last weekend at a quick departure from the planet. The Earth is already ready to sweep closer to the sun than any spacecraft in history during …

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Is Jupiter the cause of life on earth? – Video clips

Our solar system is unlike any other discovered in the cosmos so far, and a crook darling Jupiter may be the reason it's so weird … and even home to life. The solar system consists of four inner planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars. They are known as ground planets because they consist of most heavy metals such as iron …

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This NASA video of Moon Moon Markings is simply amazing

A new NASA video tour of the moon captures stunning views of the moon. Set to Claude Debussy's piece of music "Clair de Lune", this beautiful photo montage uses photographs captured by Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO). The video follows the sun by a Monday, when the star rises and sets out prominent features on the moon. The video, created by …

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Under pressure, hydrogen offers a reflection of the giant plane's interiors

Jovian cloudscape, licensed by NASA's Juno spacecraft. Photo Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / SwRI / MSSS / Gerald Eichstädt / Seán Dora Lab-based mimicry allowed an international team of physicists including Carnegie's Alexander Goncharov to probe hydrogen under the conditions of the interior of giant planets where experts believe that gets pressed until it becomes a liquid metal that can …

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