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Ancient Dog DNA appears early scattered across the globe

Among the other findings, Dr. Larson that he found it particularly intriguing that once dogs had been domesticated, and even while sometimes breeding with wolves, no new wolf DNA entered their genomes. In contrast, pigs, for example, were brought to Europe by farmers from Anatolia. But the genes from the first domestic pigs have been completely lost, replaced by the …

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There’s an asteroid in space worth $ 10,000 quadrillion – CNN

There’s an asteroid in space worth $ 10,000 quadrillion CNN Hubble telescope gets Halloween-y with grinning ‘Greater Pumpkin’ galaxies CNET NASA’s Hubble Telescope sees ‘Greater Pumpkin’ galaxies 120 MILLION light years from Earth Daily Mail The Hubble Telescope is used to study a rare metal asteroid that could have been a protoplanet Sky News Hubble finds ‘Greater Pumpkin’ galaxy-pair Phys.org …

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How squid use their suction cups to taste through touch

Nicholas Bellono, en professor of molecular and cell biology at Harvard University, was concerned about his first octopus. “It is not trivial to have an octopus in the laboratory,” he says. They are clever creatures that require specific water conditions and diets, and have a penchant for performing detailed escapes. But those concerns did not match Bellano’s curiosity. “We just …

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NASA secures sample of asteroid Bennu to send home to Earth

The spacecraft’s sampling arm, called the Touch-And-Go Sample Acquisition Mechanism, over the target test site during a general test in April. NASA NASAs asteroid chaser Osiris-Rex completed an important part of its mission last week by managing to approach rocks from the surface of the potentially dangerous space rock Bennu. The sample was so abundant that it began to leak …

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Rocket Lab launches 10 imaging small sets

WASHINGTON – A Rocket Lab Electron rocket successfully placed 10 satellites in orbit for two customers who lost payload on a launch fault earlier this year. The Electron rocket took off from the company’s launch site on New Zealand’s Mahia Peninsula at 1 p.m. 17.21 East 28 October. The rocket’s kick phase deployed its payload on 10 satellites in a …

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