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High energy protons are emitted after connection with neutrons

Enlarge / Summary image of electrons and protons. If you hit an atomic core enough, it will fall apart. But exactly how it goes apart tells us something about the core's internal structure and perhaps about the interior of neutron stars. One of the unexpected things we seem to learn is that the way in the particles in the core …

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Previously "Mars Czar" reviews the latest news on the red planet

A self portrayal of NASA's curiosity Mars Rover shows the robot at a drilled trial site called "Duluth" on the lower slopes of Mount Sharp. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / TAMU Since June, we have heard great news about two indicators of possible life on Mars and being absorbed by robbery Opportunity fate, encapsulated in one of the world's global …

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Supermassive Black Hole Spotted In Tiny, Densely Packed Galaxy

Black holes come in different sizes, but the largest – commonly known as super massive black holes – are mostly in the middle of massive galaxies like our own Winter Street. These voids weigh in the order of hundreds of thousands of solar masses and have attracted much attention from researchers worldwide. Such a work, performed by a team of …

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This carbon monoxide mineral can help reduce climate change

On a field in northern British Columbia, a white mineral covering the soil magnitude, also called magnesium carbonate, has slowly collided CO2 from the atmosphere since the last ice age. It's very good: we have to collide more coal. But the small crystals of the mineral, made by taking CO2 from the air, can take hundreds of thousands of years …

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Wild! Researchers are watching baby turtles from space

Thanks to the technology that the cosmonauts install at the international space station, researchers will get an alien sight of turtles and other wildlife. On a space walk Wednesday (15 Aug), two cosmonauts are sitting at the aerial to the space station as part of a groundbreaking animal tracking system for the International Cooperation for Animal Research Using Space (ICARUS) …

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The NASA probe detects glowing "wall" around our solar system

Spacecraft discovered UV light scattered over the longest range of solar radiation. <p class = "canvas text text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – -sm" type = "text" content = "A NASA probe has detected traces of a "roadway" surrounding our solar system, in a separate, asteroid-filled region beyond Pluto. "Data Reaction Time =" 19 "> A …

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Previously "Mars Czar" reviews the latest news on the red planet

Since June, we have heard great news about two indicators of possible life on Mars and being absorbed by robbery Opportunity fate, encapsulated in one of the world's global dust storms. We have also looked back at Rover Curiosity's mission and forward how people can ever go on Mars. This river of activity has created increased attention for Mars and …

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