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Pluto has a buried ocean – and so can many other worlds

Buried oceans like the one who believed they were beating under the icy surface of the dwarf planet Pluto can be incredibly common over the cosmos. A gaseous insulating layer probably holds Pluto's liquid water from freezing solid, a new study report. And something similar could happen under the free worlds of other solar systems said study members. "It may …

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SpaceX Starlink is now launching May 23

SpaceX plans to launch its delayed Starlink mission in a runway on May 23. Igor Golovniov / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images Elon Musk & # 39; s SpaceX has announced a new launch date for his mission Starlink starting now expected on May 23. The mission sends 60 satellites to one orbit via a Falcon 9 payload …

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Profitable way to clean the air – ScienceDaily

A relatively simple process can help reverse climate change while making a healthy profit. It is one of the hopeful visions outlined in a new Stanford-led paper that highlights a seemingly contra-intuitive solution: converting a greenhouse gas to another. The study, published in Nature Sustainability on May 20, describes a potential process for converting the extremely potent greenhouse gas methane …

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What keeps Pluto's sea free?

One of the great revelations from the airfield was the discovery of a sea under the icy shell encapsulating Pluto. The ice shell was thin in a place near the equator that deals with the size of Texas, known as Sputnik Planitia, which helped scientists label Pluto's odd topography and suggest the existence of the sea. But this created a …

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Everything we know about SpaceX's Starlink Network

In the case of SpaceX, or perhaps more precisely its eccentric founder and CEO Elon Musk, it may be difficult to distinguish facts from fiction. For so many incredible successes that SpaceX has had, there is an equal number of projects or ideas that are quietly delayed or kept completely when it becomes clear that the technical challenges are greater …

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NASA finds water, "organic molecules" on the mysterious Ultima Thule

Since earlier, the mysterious Ultima Thule met earlier this year, NASA has made several discoveries about the ancient space object. Now, scientists from the public space organization have made a startling discovery about "the longest world ever explored" There are both water and "organic molecules" on their surface. In the research, which is published in the scientific journal Science, the …

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Worrying Study Shows 24% or West Antarctic Ice Is Unstable

This is an iceberg at Marguerite Bay, Antarctic Peninsula. Credit: Andrew Shepherd In only 25 years, ocean melting has caused ice thinning to spread across West Antarctica so rapidly that 24% of its glacier is now affected, according to a new study. or European Space Agency satellite altimeter measurements and model of the regional climate, the UK Center for Polar …

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