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December 4, 2023
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Space.com

Ice in a dark nebula found near the center of our galaxy is compounding the mystery of why this cloud isn’t forming stars. Comments (0). A starry section of space with gaseous patterns in the background. Bright regions in this image are where hydrogen …

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Space.com

A new NASA video has revealed that NASA’s Mars rover Perseverance has scooped what may be its youngest rock sample yet from the ancient dry lakebed known as the Jezero Crater. Jezero has been the figurative …

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Space.com

Historic magnetic storms, including the newly identified Chapman-Silverman storm, can help us understand what such events could do to our power grid. Comments (0). green and yellow auroras in the sky. : Aurorae are typically seen over the extreme …

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Space.com

NASA will have a hand in training two Indian astronauts, one of whom will fly to the International Space Station (ISS) late next year, agency administrator Bill Nelson told reporters on Tuesday (Nov. 28). Nelson is currently on a week-long, …

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Phys.Org

Modern physics is founded upon two pillars: quantum theory on the one hand, which governs the smallest particles in the universe, and Einstein’s theory of general relativity on the other, which explains gravity through the bending of spacetime.

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The New York Times

The preserved insects, from a cache of Lebanese resin, appear to be male but have mouth parts that are found only on modern female mosquitoes.

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USA TODAY

Astronauts probably won’t be returning to the moon’s surface as soon as NASA would have hoped. The space agency’s Artemis program, formed in 2017, represents NASA’s interest in re-establishing crewed lunar missions for the first time in more than 50 …

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Phys.Org

When microscopes struggle to pick up faint signals, it’s like trying to spot subtle details in a painting or photograph without your glasses. For researchers, this makes it difficult to catch the small things happening in cells or other materials.

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Scientific American

Scientists at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) can now breathe a collective sigh of relief. After a year-long delay, the lab’s Psyche mission finally launched in October to visit a metal-rich asteroid with the same name.

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Smithsonian

December 4, 2023 12:10 p.m.. An illustration of different colored planets orbiting a star For the inner four planets in this solar system, each planet …

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