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ESA shares an incredible, never before seen view of the icy Martian Canyon (VIDEO) – RT World News

ESA has shared an incredible film, carefully reconstructed and showcased Mars’s mighty Korolev crater, a likely future source of water for human colonists, should we ever do so. The remarkable video is actually a moving mosaic that combines scans of the planet’s surface with topographic data, captured by a high-resolution stereo camera aboard the Mars Express probe, to produce a …

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Gigantic star has suddenly disappeared without a trace

An unconventional bright star has disappeared into a cosmic-sized star mystery, according to new research published Tuesday in Monthly announcements from the Royal Astronomical Society. RELATED: HISTORY OF HOW THE FIRST PICTURE OF A BLACK HOLE IS LOST The giant star disappears without a trace A star object in the Kinman dwarf galaxy has disappeared from view. A gigantic and …

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Climate change threat to tropical plants

Credit: Shutterstock Tropical plants closer to the equator are most susceptible to climate change because it is expected to be too hot for many species to sprout over the next 50 years, UNSW researchers have found. Their study analyzed nearly 10,000 records for more than 1,300 species from Kew Garden’s global seed breeding database. The research, published in the journal …

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How life on earth can help us find life on Mars

Conditions in early March were inhabited, says Dr. Alberto Fairén. Credit: NASA In our continued search for other lives in the universe, one place has always looked promising – Mars. It is a rocky planet like Earth orbiting the same star and at a distance where water could have been present on the planet. Today, however, Mars is a barren …

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It’s not a snake, but watch out for its poisonous bite

If a worm and a snake had a slimy, scandalous love child, it might look like a caecilian: a boneless creature that is actually neither a worm nor a snake, but an earth-shattering amphibian found in tropics all over the world. Content to spend most of its time under the forest floor, caecilians are difficult to grasp and poorly understood. …

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The research team develops technology to improve the efficiency of stem cells in regenerative medicine

Embryoid body with multiple cell type mice (in different colors) generated in vitro after expression of miR-203 in stem cells. Credit: CNIO Stem cells have held great promise for regenerative medicine for several years. Over the past decade, several studies have shown that this type of cell, which in Spanish is called “mother cell” because of its ability to give …

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How to see full moon lunar eclipse on July 4th weekend

This weekend the sky has a special treat in the shop – except for the fireworks. Christmas’s full “Buck” moon will rise on Independence Day tonight – and it will be accompanied by a penumbral eclipse. Monday’s event on July 4 will unfortunately be quite subtle, however, as penumbral eclipses are one of the least spectacular and most difficult to …

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The study shows that “cold ravines” in the Atlantic are caused by low-level alternating currents and clouds

Strange “cold lump” in the middle of the Atlantic that gets cooler as the rest of the world warms up is caused by changing ocean currents and low-level clouds, the study shows The so-called warming hole in the North Atlantic was first discovered in 2015 Previous research linked the hole to a weakening of large-scale ocean currents However, models of …

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