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Our eyes have natural night vision: study

Our eyes have built-in night vision, say researchers who found it to look under starlight and moonlight, change the retina both the software and the hardware in their light-sensing cells. Retinal circuits believed to be unchangeable and programmed for specific tasks can be adapted to different light conditions. But researchers have now identified how the retina is reprogrammed for low …

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Melting permafrost releases pose a serious threat to climate rescue plans: Studie-Technologie news, Firstpost

Global targets aimed at warding the planet's warming can be broken in a hurry, than expected, experts warned Monday, September 17, as gases released by melting permafrost threaten to undermine human efforts to ward off climate disasters. According to the current rescue plan, outlined in the 2015 climate treaty in Paris, the countries have agreed to limit global temperature increases …

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The strongest material in the universe can be the mysterious "nuclear paste": Space: Nature World News

September 17, 2018 10:09 AM UTC Nuclear paste does not sound too scary, but the strange substance believed to come from dead stars is much stronger than you would think. Specifically, researchers suggest that the so-called nuclear paste is the strongest known material throughout the universe. Ultra Strong & Nuclear Pasta & # 39; In a study adopted for publication …

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SpaceX will fly a Japanese millionaire (and artists, for!) Around the Moon 2023

A Japanese billionaire and a coterie of artists will visit the Moon already in 2023, becoming the first private citizens who ever flew past orbit around the world, announced SpaceX CEO Elon Musk tonight. Yusaku Maezawa, founder of Japanese e-commerce giant Zozo, has announced to fly a round-moon mission aboard SpaceX's BFR spacecraft rocket combination, he announced and SpaceX CEO …

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SpaceX's first fashion distributor is a Japanese millionaire

HAWTHORNE, Calif.-SpaceX's first paying passenger will be the Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa, who will blast from Earth in 2023, circle the moon and return, said the founder of the company and CEO Elon Musk at an event on Monday night there space tourist also made short remarks. Mr. Musk said that he and Mr. Maezawa did not disclose the price …

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