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Laser beams have finally received the Earth from the Moon

Earthquakes are known with lasers and try to make them work for different purposes. While communicate with beings out of this world by laser it was a challenging idea and a difficult project to pull off; However, sending them to the moon and retrieving them was right. A group of NASA scientists have finally gotten their signal of the Moon, …

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A breakthrough in quantum computing, as scientists find the possible solution to the biggest obstacle to technology

Scientists have made great strides in the development of large-scale quantum computers. “Noise” remains the biggest problem for the development of quantum computers, and they must be solved before they can be widely used and in the proposed revolutionary ways. The new work suggests a way to deal with this noise, which in turn could open up a way to …

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The study of dolphins could lead to strategies to slow down human aging

Aging leaves no one behind, but all humans experience the process differently, depending on genetics and life factors. For their part, the dolphins used by the US Navy usually exist in a fairly uniform set of circumstances: diet and habitat are almost the same for all individuals. Because these aquatic mammals experience aging in a similar way to humans, Navy …

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Asteroid News: NASA warns when “potentially dangerous” space rock will fly over Earth | Science | News

The CNEOS database reveals that the asteroid will pass through Earth on September 1 at 3.49 pm BST (10.49 am ET). Asteroid 2011 ES4 will fly at 0.00048 AU (Astronomical Units) away (approximately 44,618 miles). This distance is much closer to Earth than to the Moon, which usually orbits at a distance of 384,399 kilometers from 238,855 miles. But while …

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The first European bone tools found in Britain

Image copyright UCL Institute of Archeology Image subtitle One of the oldest organic tools in the world. A bone hammer used to make Boxgrove’s fine flint bifaces. The bone shows marks of scratches used to prepare the bone, as well as pushing the left of its use in the manufacture of flint tools Archaeologists say they have discovered the first …

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Like a fruit in the garden it gets its bright blue color

Large, broad-leaved, leafy shrubs have roamed the gardens of the United States and Europe for decades; its flower domes present an underestimated appeal. But once the flowers of the Viburnum tinus plant fade, the shrub does something unusual: bright fruit and bright blue. Scientists had realized that blueberry-related pigments exist in live fruit and assumed that this must be the …

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The discovery of the “boomerang earthquake” shakes scientists

It is a tectonic twofer. While earthquakes are known to destroy things once and get out of them, so far they have not been documented returning for a second aid of havoc. In a new seismic study published in Nature Geoscience, an international team of geologists has discovered evidence of a “boomerang earthquake” – a type of earthquake that can …

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NASA’s Hubble Telescope observes a total lunar eclipse

In the year of the 30th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope, there are many stunning images that have reached us low-lying inhabitants of Earth. The European Space Agency (ESA) announced that Hubble has observed a total lunar eclipse, becoming the first space-focused space telescope. It was also the first time that an eclipse at ultraviolet wavelengths was studied, by …

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