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15 of Spitzer's biggest discoveries from 15 years in space

NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope has spent 15 years in space. To celebrate this anniversary, 15 of Spitzer's biggest discoveries are featured in a gallery. Launched in a solar circle on August 25, 2003, Spitzer traces the ground and has gradually driven further away from our planet. Spitzer was the final in NASA's four major observatories to reach the space. # …

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Brown Tide afraid of worsening Florida Red Tide

Under a red water, the algae blooms cause the water reddish, while the Trichodesmium flower can cause the water to turn brown under a brown water. A meeting of the two can be catastrophic to marine wildlife. ( Wikimedia Commons ) What can happen if the red water and the lakes in Florida meet? "Meet-up" can worsen the red tides …

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OSIRIS-REX puts sights on the asteroid Bennu | space

<! – -> NASA released the first images of its OSIRIS REX mission on August 24, 2018. The mission was launched in September 2016 and has since been directed against asteroid Bennu. Now it is in the final phase of the mission, which is due to arrive at the asteroid on 3 December. The animation below consists of a cropped …

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Researchers have determined to depend on the sound of age

Unlike adults, children are susceptible to hearing illusions. It was drafted by researchers in Nottingham, England. To do this, an experiment was performed: The participants were divided into groups of 3-6, 7-9, 10-12 and about 20 people were ages 20 to 35 years. All subjects played the popular game Spot the Sound. On the screen, people expressed a syllable and …

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An old pale was found by scientists in Siberia – best preserved samples

According to Russia's northeastern federal university's research team, we can talk about about 30,000 to 40,000 years old and it can lead to significant changes in historical data. The science group believes that the fall was killed in about two months. New Moscow news A Russian scientist team has found an old foal with a perfectly preserved carcass in the …

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NASA spacecraft approaches asteroid Bennu, snap the first image

Two years after launching from Florida, a NASA spacecraft on an old asteroid, Bennu, closes for a selection of spacecraft that could reveal clues to the beginning of life in the solar system. The spacecraft OSIRIS -REX – Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer – even clenched its first blurred image of the cosmic body that deals with the …

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Melting Siberian Permafrost gives light to 30,000 years old calf

It was 30,000 – 40,000 years ago, in northern Siberia, when a foal was born. The young calf lived only for about three months and for unknown reasons died. It may have had a short life, but now the pearl of the horse is a pearl for researchers of an exciting reason: the body was spotlessly preserved. The undearthed young …

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Helge's Sturgeon Moon is the last full moon of the summer

A plane passing in front of the nearest moon thursday night in the Washington area. ( Dave Lyons) The warm evenings and nights are a big part of summer's magic. Although we would always suggest that you look as quickly as possible, this is especially good at doing this. Helge's Sturgeon Moon is the last full moon in the summer. …

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