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Beresheet comes to Down before you hit the Moon

Jason Davis • April 11, 2019 It was close together, but SpaceIL beresheet spacecraft could not land on the Moon After the first appearance, mission controllers announced the Beresheet sheet had a problem with its main engine. Real-time telemetry provided by SpaceIL showed that the spacecraft was rapidly deteriorating to its low height, and although the team was finally able …

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New imaging technique reveals explosion; activity before cell death

Studying the movement of tiny cells is not a small task. For chromatin, the DNA group, RNA, and protein macromolecules that are packed within our genome, are an integral part of its active role as a regulator on how our genes communicate or suppress. "Understanding of macromolecular motion is crucial, but scientists know little about it," said Vadim Backman, Walter …

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New research adds to the work of modern aerodynamic father Prandtl

Outline visualization of mixed mode instability in Prandtl model for 30 (ten) slope angle. The flow is from top to bottom. Virtual structures are identified using the criterion Q. Credit: Senocak Bank In 1942, Ludwig Prandtl – a modern aerodynamic father – published "Führer durch die Strömungslehre," his first book on fluid mechanisms and translated into German from 1952 as …

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Researchers Discover Cure Cure Fossils-Like Creatures

Reconstruction of life Sollasina cthulhu. (Production credit: Elissa Martin, Yale Peabody Natural History Museum) Cthulhu is calling from the ancient depths – and this time, only researchers are willing to name to speak. Researchers in Yale, Oxford, the University of Leicester, in Imperial College London, and University College London, identified a fossil 430 million years of age as a new …

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The black hole exposed in a magnificent first image

Finally, the Humanity looked at the cosmic place not to return: black hole. Initially helped to confirm the work of Albert Einstein's general relationship theory, scientists issued the first ever black hole image with many shelters on Wednesday. Horizon Telescope Cooperation, from Messier galaxy 87. "title =" The first ever image of a black hole at the Horizon Telescope Collaboration …

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Why the world is talking about Katie Bouman, a MIT graduate

It's not always good to be famous on the internet. But for Katie Bouman, a MIT graduate, who just might be the most famous woman on the internet today, it's good. Its reputation is likely to last longer than 15 minutes because of its role in exceptional historical development in science Bouman, a computer scientist, created a new algorithm to …

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