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"It's been and still is life on Mars," claims expert and quotes NASA photos

A former NASA scientist recently made the explosive claim that life was found on Mars in the 1970s, something the government organization has firmly denied. But an entomologist at Ohio University has gone a step further, claiming to have discovered "insect and reptilian-like creatures" in a photo of Red Planet, both alive and dead. Ohio University emeritus professor William Romoser …

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Scientists claim that nine out of ten "Twin Earths" in distant star systems could contain complex lives

Aliens may be more common than thought, because nine out of ten Earth-like planets orbiting two distant stars may have the right conditions for life, a study has found. Known as binary stars, these systems are roughly one of two solar systems – bringing the discovery of extraterrestrial life one step closer. These binary systems are more likely to have …

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Rare "Unicorn Meteor Storm" of hundreds of shooting stars per hour predicted, but experts are skeptical

Astronomers predict an intense, "blink-and-you'll-miss-it" unicorn meteor storm on November 21, with predictions suggesting there may be as many as 1,000 meteors per hour at its peak. However, others have warned stargazers not to get too carried away – or they may be disappointed. Alpha Monocerotids takes place every year around November 21, producing a modest screen consisting of only …

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Elon Musk's Starlink satellites are already causing headaches for astronomers

Astronomers at a Chilean observatory were severely interrupted earlier this week when a SpaceX satellite train consisting of 60 Starlink satellites flew overhead, according to what scientists will probably have to accept as the new normal. Launched in orbit on November 11, the Starlink smallsat train took five minutes to pass the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory in Chile, according to …

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Outback telescope captures Milky Way center, detecting remains of dead stars

A new view of the Milky Way from the Murchison Widefield Array, with the lowest frequencies in red, mid frequencies in green and the highest frequencies in blue. Large golden filaments indicate huge magnetic fields, supernova remnants are visible as small spherical bubbles and areas of massive star formation appear in blue. [The supermassive black hole at the centre of …

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Listen to the earth's magnetic song | Earth

<! – -> An international team of scientists using data from ESA's Cluster mission has created the first recording of the eerie "song" that Earth makes when hit by a solar storm. The song comes from waves generated in the Earth's magnetic field through the collision of the storm. The storm itself is the eruption of electrically charged particles from …

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A high-tech system to make homes healthier

Although the outdoor space is limited, they are 3,700 square meters inside and have three or four bedrooms. Their average price is $ 240,000. Prospective buyers can tour one of 14 model homes scattered in the suburbs, marked with signs with the tagline "Wellness Lives Here." The CEO of Simond's holding company, Rhett Simonds, said his company sold about 1,000 …

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Starlink satellites pose problems for astronomers

Finding satellites from the ground is a popular pastime among amateur astronomers. Usually, the ISS and Iridium satellites have been common sightings, with their orbits and designs that have made them appear bright enough in the sky. Later SpaceX's mass launches of Starlink satellites have been noted for the wrong reason . A capture from the Cerro Telolo Observatory, showing …

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Are you ready to risk getting cancer or dementia to set foot on Mars? Main health problems on your way to Red Planet – RT World News

Health problems are inevitable in space. You can develop cancer, lose muscle tone or suffer from memory loss. The list is long, but the Red Planet appeal is strong. Do you have what it takes to survive a 6-month spacecraft to Mars? NASA wants humans on Mars in 2035. Scientists are convinced that the planet has all the resources needed …

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