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The crab yoke is almost impossibly strong, new research says

The crab yoke was formed by the remains of an exploded star. NASA, ESA, J. DePasquale (STScI) and R. Hurt (Caltech / IPAC) Scientists say that one of the most iconic objects in the cosmos is even brighter and more energetic than previously thought, resetting the standard for how astronomers measure sources of ultra-high-energy gamma rays such as pulses and …

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Intestinal microbiome heredity is almost universal, but environmentally conditioned

Bobians inform about human intestinal microbiota Commercial bacteria are found in an organism, but it is not known whether compounds between intestinal bacteria and their host are hereditary. Green iron et al. examined changes in the microbiomas of 585 wild baboons from fecal samples collected over 14 years (see Perspective by Cortes-Ortiz and Amato). Almost all tested microbiome traits showed …

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NASA’s Mars Helicopter sends amazing photos of colors back

Its record-breaking ninth flight was a “big leap.” Amazing pictures NASA’s groundbreaking Ingenuity Mars Helicopter has sent back stunning images it took on July 5 as they flew over the red planet’s rocky landscape – and this time they’re in color. The helicopter took off for its ninth flight on Monday, breaking the small four-pound rotor scooters’ “records for flight …

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The discovery illuminates a 120 million year record of the ancient earth

Hundreds of millions of years ago in the middle of what would eventually become Canada’s Yukon Territory, a sea of ​​armored trilobites, mussel-like brachiopods and soft, squishy creatures resembling snails and squid swirled. Ordovician black slate from the Mount Hare Formation, Road River Group (about 465 million years old) rises above conglomerates from the Aberdeen member. The dangerous rapids of …

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Richard Lewontin, a prominent geneticist of his era, dies at age 92

He studied the types of proteins in the blood of people classified as West Eurasians, Africans, East Asians, South Asians, Indians, Oceans and Australians and found that “about 85 percent of the variation in protein types could be taken into account by variation within populations and ‘races’ and only 15 percent after variation across them, “David Reich, a Harvard University …

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Infrared cameras and artificial intelligence reveal the physics of cooking

Images of the boiling surfaces taken using a scanning electron microscope: Indium tin oxide (top left), copper oxide nanoleaver (top right), zinc oxide nanowires (bottom left) and porous coating of silica nanoparticles obtained by layer-by-layer deposition (bottom layer) to the right). Credit: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cooking is not just for heating dinner. It is also for cooling things. Converting …

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Thousands of galaxies classified in an instant

Different types of galaxies, left to right: elliptical, lenticular, spiral and irregular / diverse. Credit: NASA / Hubble (elliptical galaxy M87), ESA / Hubble & NASA (lenticular galaxy NGC 6861 and the colliding antenna galaxies) and David Dayag (Andromeda spiral galaxy). Astronomers have designed and trained a computer program that can classify tens of thousands of galaxies in seconds, a …

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Newly identified sharply itchy dinosaur species were as large as a school bus

Portellsaurus sosbaynati. Credit: Santos-Cubedo et al, 2021, PLOS ONE (CC-BY 4.0, creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) A team of researchers from Universitat Jaume, Universitat de València and Grup Guix, Vila-real, have identified a new species with sharply clawed dinosaur excavated at a site in Catalonia. They have written a paper describing their findings, which is available on the open-site PLOS One. The dinosaur was …

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