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Alien hunting scientist develops "space drones" to explore caves on Mars

Alien hunting scientists have admitted that they hope to explore deep martens cave systems with "space drones". Early tests of drone technique – which would map underground caves in the search for alien life – have already occurred in SETI – an institute aimed at tracing alien life – managed to map a cave using a Nasa-backed drone with Lidar …

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Sun storm WARNING: Two sun rays point DIRECTLY on Earth | Science | News

Sun traces are spots of darkness on the sun caused by underlying magnetism below the surface. But sometimes magnetism bubbles up and is released in the form of sunspots, which spy cosmic particles into space. Unfortunately for the earth, scientists have noticed two sunbeams on the surface of the sun that can cause solar storms on our planet. Cosmos forecasting …

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Can an egg really balance on its end during vernal equinox?

March 20, 2019 Share: Yes, you can certainly balance an egg at the end of the 20th anniversary equinox – but you can also do that on another day of the year. This long folklore, where people believe that during the equinox, lets gravity on an egg allow it to be upright all day, replenishing every year. However, the phenomenon …

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See "Super Worm Moon" Ride with Spring Equinox today!

Mars full moon is a special. Not only is it slightly larger than the usual "supermon" ", but it will also mark the beginning of spring in the northern hemisphere and fall in the southern hemisphere. The exact moment "Super Worm Moon" becomes full is Wednesday (March 20) at 21:43 EDT (0143 GMT on March 21), only 4 hours after …

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It's spring already? Physics explains why time flies when we age

Credit: CC0 Public Domain A researcher from Duke University has a new explanation as to why the endless days of childhood seemed to last so much longer than they do now-physics. According to Adrian Bejan, J.A. Jones's professor of mechanical engineering at the Duke, this obvious temporal difference can be blamed on the steadily slow speed that the images receive …

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In a first there is a fossilized egg which is preserved inside an old bird

About 110 million years ago, a sparrow-like bird died with her eggs still inside her body. The egg, crushed and flattened by pressure over time, is the first unlawful bird egg known to be preserved in a fossil, reports researchers on March 20 in Nature Communications . The fossil originated 11 years ago in northwest China. In 2018, palaeontologists led …

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The smallest and longest worlds ever explored by NASA are really, weird – The Denver Post

HOUSTON – In recent months, NASA has explored the smallest object ever curved and the most distant body ever encountered – and discovered that both worlds are warmer than anything could have imagined. NASA / Goddard-University of Arizona A view of the Bennu southern hemisphere and into space, showing the number and distribution of boulders over the asteroid surface. The …

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110 million year old bird fossil found with eggs inside

The researchers say that "incredibly well-preserved", which goes back to dinosaur time, blames new light on the reproduction of birds. The sample, which represents a new species called Avimaia schweitzerae, was discovered in 110 million-year-old deposits in northwestern China. (Credit: SWNS) An amazing new discovery spreads the light on the first ever bird fossil found with an egg preserved inside …

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Scientists find Americans set their thermostat to match African environmental temperatures

Credit: CC0 Public Domain A research group at North Carolina State University has found that people living in the United States tend to set their thermostats to temperatures that mimic natural environmental conditions in parts of Africa. In his paper published in the journal The Royal Society Open Science describes the group's study, which meant that sensors were installed in …

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