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Betelgeuse went dark, but didn’t go supernova. What happened?
Astronomers are anxious to learn why Betelgeuse, one of the brightest stars in the sky, dimmed dramatically, but didn’t explode, in 2019.
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Mysterious Metal Monolith In Utah Desert Suddenly Vanishes
A mysterious metallic monolith discovered deep in a Utah desert has suddenly vanished just days after it was first spotted by biologists from the air. The 12-foot-tall structure apparently disappeared Friday night,
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The Martian chronicles: NM scientist, Larry Crumper, selected to work on Mars rover mission
During the new mission scientists will perform scientific investigations as part of the team operating the Perseverance rover when it lands on Feb. 18, 2
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Lunar eclipse will be visible during the full beaver moon this weekend
The final penumbral lunar eclipse of the year will be visible during November's full beaver moon on November 30.
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NASA’s Hubble Spots Galaxy Being Stripped Of Dark Matter
For first time ever, Hubble observations reveal a massive galaxy actually in the latter stages of being stripped of its dark matter, say researchers.
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The Arrow Of Cosmic Time And Space Remains Vital To Our Sanity
Although we are wedded to the orderly march of time, in the cosmos as a whole, that’s pretty much an impossibility. The civilizations depicted in this bit of space cinema also appear to have become masters of their own galactic quadrants,
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Speeding up the development of new materials
Understanding materials through computer simulations has long been a goal in the material science community. (Courtesy of Los Alamos National Laboratory ) People have been using metals for thousands of years and,
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Catch a lunar eclipse during the full beaver moon this weekend
Take a break from online holiday shopping this weekend to enjoy the full moon and a penumbral lunar eclipse. Both events will be visible early Monday morning. Lunar eclipses can only occur during a full moon,
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The Life and Death of the Instagram Influencer Who Never Was
Instagram is full of wannabes, but there was only one Sylvia. Describing herself as a “coffee-operated robot living her best life,” Sylvia was born in May 2020, made her online debut on July 4 at
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SpaceX Aims for 100th Mission Success, as B1049 Returns to Port
As the record-breaking B1049 #Falcon9 core returns to shore, @SpaceX continues to stack up its reusability and frequent-flyer miles.
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Ethiopia’s Yehualaw runs second-fastest women’s half marathon ever
(Reuters) – Ethiopia’s Yalemzerf Yehualaw ran the second-fastest women’s half marathon in history on Sunday, completing the 21.09-kilometre course in New Delhi in one hour, four minutes and 46 seconds.
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Let’s Talk About All The B-70 Valkyrie Variants Envisioned For The Mach 3 Superbomber Prior To Cancellation
Many fascinating variants were proposed while trying to save the XB-70 Valkyrie program. We have often written about the XB-70 Valkyrie, With a cruise speed of Mach 3 and operational altitude of
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The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company Grows Stock Holdings in Science Applications International Co. (NYSE:SAIC)
The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company raised its stake in Science Applications International Co. (NYSE:SAIC) by 14.7% in the 3rd quarter, Holdings Channel.com reports. The institutional investor owned 76,
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Zacks: Brokerages Anticipate Canadian Solar Inc. (NASDAQ:CSIQ) to Announce -$0.55 Earnings Per Share
Equities research analysts expect Canadian Solar Inc. (NASDAQ:CSIQ) to announce earnings per share of ($0.55) for the current fiscal quarter, Zacks reports. Three analysts have made estimates for Canadian Solar’s earnings.
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Significant earthquake of magnitude 5.4 just reported 178 km southeast of Machala, Ecuador
An earthquake of magnitude 5.4 occurred only 8 minutes ago 178 km southeast of Machala, Ecuador, the Institute of Geophysics of the National Polytechnic School in Quito (IGEPN) reported. The quake hit at a shallow depth of 10 km beneath the epicenter near Cariamanga early morning on Sunday 29 November 2020 at 5.
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Coronavirus pandemic cuts greenhouse gas emissions in 2020, but it’s just a blip
The World Meteorological Organization reported that global emissions this year will fall as much as 7%. But that decline won’t make a long-term difference in the addition of the three most powerful greenhouse gases in our already over-burdened atmosphere,
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US Army studies eVTOL acoustics in the quest for silent helicopters
The US Army is working to better understand the acoustic properties of eVTOL aircraft and co-axial rotors as part of efforts to design quieter, stealthier helicopters.
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Inside The Airbus A330 MRTT: The Military Version Of The A330-200
Airbus designed its A330 MRTT (Multi-Role Tanker Transport) to be a versatile, next-generation military transport aircraft. The aircraft are not newly built at the Airbus factory in Toulouse, France,
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RH Is A Reluctant Sell
RH has exploded higher to a new all-time high. The company is fundamentally as strong as any other. But the share price has gotten ahead of itself. Image source Home furnishings as a group has been one of the biggest winners of the pandemic.
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Renewables and nuclear: False hopes and unfounded fears
But among the available alternative energy sources, the focus has mainly been on renewables and rarely does the media address the importance of Nuclear energy. Here we will analyze which of these two holds the potential to deliver us the power we need and the surprising facts that the media refuses to inform the people about.
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Broadband Dual-, Triple-, and Quad-Resonance Endfire Antennas Based on Surface Waves
Fig. 5. Radiation patterns of these selected modes of the three antennas. (a) Dual-resonance one. (b) Triple-resonance one. (c) Quad-resonance one. - "Broadband Dual-, Triple-, and Quad-Resonance Endf
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Earth is way closer to a supermassive black hole than we thought
A new map of the Milky Way created by the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan shows Earth is spiraling faster and is 2,000 light years closer to the supermassive black hole at the center of our galaxy than was previously thought.
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Advanced Printer Control Aims To Stop Idle Waste
D printers are capable of creating complex geometries with a minimum of fuss, but one of the tradeoffs is the long period of time it takes to print a part. Often, printers are left to run for
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Splitgate: Arena Warfare
Embedding the core arena shooter with a Portal like mechanic Splitgate: Arena Warfare is a fast paced shooter with a flair of out of the box thinking. For those seeking the pace and action of a genre with roots that go back to the early days of gaming you’ll rejoice at the gameplay Splitgate: Arena Warfare tries to bring back into the gaming market.
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Game-changer in thermoelectric materials: decoupling electronic and thermal transport
A new study overcomes a major challenge of thermoelectric materials, which can convert heat into electricity and vice versa, improving conversion efficiency by more than 60%.
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