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May 30, 2021

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Scientific American

We have not detected any of these invisible particles yet, but we have measured the imprint of the fluctuations in their primordial spatial distribution as slight variations across the sky in the brightness of the cosmic microwave background, the relic radiation left …

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Space.com

As the neghboring NGC 2300 exerts a gravitational force on one side of NGC 2276, the outermost parts of the larger galaxy’s spiral arms stretch out further from its center, giving NGC 2276 its asymmetric look.

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PBS NewsHour

Michio Kaku is a theoretical physicist who was inspired as a young child to search for the ‘theory of everything.’ Kaku co-founded the string field theory, which he believes may be the answer to the long quest to understand our universe. Kaku details the history …

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CNN

(CNN) NASA has released an image detailing the never-before-seen “violent energy” at the center of our galaxy, created after two decades of research. The stunning panorama was compiled using data from NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory and the …

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The Mercury News

People across New Zealand and around the world stayed up Wednesday to watch a cosmic event called a super blood moon, a combination of a total lunar eclipse and a brighter-than-usual supermoon.

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Quad City Times

Let’s use June 15 and 10 p.m. as our reference day and time. High in the eastern sky are the three bright stars forming the Summer Triangle: Vega, Altair, and Deneb. If you look at the top of the sky (called the zenith) at about the one o’clock position, the brightest …

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Science Times

There isn’t a constellation quite like the image a line of Starlink satellites cuts across Earth’s skies. And now there’s an easy way to figure out when you can see them. The SpaceX-operated gear is meant to one day provide high speed, satellite-powered …

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Science Times

(Photo : Jud McCranie via Wikimedia Commons) Some Starlink 6 satellites, seen April 28, 2020 over the US state of Georgia. Six satellites are easily visible, a seventh one is very faint on the right. As SpaceX grows its constellation of Starlink satellites for …

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Science Times

(Photo : NASA/Goddard/University of Arizona/Lockheed Martin) Bennu, a well-preserved, ancient asteroid, is currently more than 200 million miles (321 million kilometers) from Earth and offers scientists a window into the early solar system as it was first taking …

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Daily Star

These have been analyzed to death by folks who understand night vision cameras, gimbal camera mounts, bokeh (blur produced by out-of-focus objects) and other imaging artifacts. And, um, trigonometry. Here’s debunker Mick West on one of these UFOs:.

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