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August 7, 2022
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Space.com

You may not be a fan of dark matter, the hypothetical particle that makes up the bulk of the mass in the universe. And it’s true that the dark matter hypothesis has its shortcomings — and, of course, we haven’t found any dark matter particles yet.

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Space.com

A physicist excited Twitter fans this week with a stunning new photo from the James Webb Space Telescope, then surprised everyone by admitting it was just a slice of tasty chorizo. The scientist Étienne Klein, director of France’s Alternative Energies …

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Livemint

Ever saw a red ball of spicy fire with luminous patches glowing menacingly against a black background! Well this may sound like a modest slice of the lip-sizzling Spanish sausage, but its not. It is the latest astonishing picture taken by the James …

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Astrobites

Ionizing radiation can kick off electrons from neutral hydrogen atoms, and in the EoR this occurred enough to ionize the Universe’s gas nearly completely. A whodunnit mystery. Early galaxies are a major source of ionizing …

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Mashable

The most effective way to warn people not to spread viral hoaxes on social media is to say, “Don’t spread viral hoaxes on social media.” Probably the least effective way is to post a hoax that goes viral, and then later explain that you were trying to …

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Lab + Life Scientist

Published in the journal Cell, the method opens new horizons for studying how stem cells form various organs in the developing embryo, and may one day make it possible to grow tissues and organs for transplantation using synthetic embryo models.

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DNA India

Asteroids are a common part of outer space, and most of the time, they pose little to no threat to the Earth. Now, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has issued an important warning regarding a massive asteroid heading toward the …

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Inverse

Our home planet is in a hurry. On June 29, 2022, Earth completed the shortest day since scientists started keeping records in the 1960s, pulling off a full rotation 1.59 milliseconds faster than usual. Terrestrial haste is a trend.

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Kids News

The James Webb Space Telescope has peered through time and huge amounts of dust to capture a new image of the Cartwheel Galaxy, revealing the spinning ring of colour in unprecedented* clarity*. Located about 500 million light-years from Earth in the …

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The Independent

Images taken of the distant universe show a host of distant galaxies, including some of the furthest away than we have ever seen. The object came about just 290 million years after the Big Bang, the scientists estimate.

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