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Chinese rover finds the moon nights cooler than expected & # 39;

The freezing night temperature was recorded by the Chinese Chang-e-4 probe after becoming active on Wednesday, China National Space Administration (CNSA) via CNS / AFP / File China's lunar lander has woken up by a freezing fourteen sleep hibernation to find night temperatures on the moon's dark side are colder than previously thought, the National Space Bureau said Thursday. Chang …

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China's regulations failed to slow down methane emissions: investigation

Mining. Credit: Public domain China, which is already the world's leading emitter of man-made greenhouse gases, continues to pump increasing amounts of climate-changing methane into the atmosphere despite tough new gas release regulations from its coal mines, a new Johns Hopkins study shows. The results of the study are published on January 29 in Nature Communications . "Our study shows …

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Ancient Quasars – "A New Physics of the Expanding Universe"

Posted on Jan 29, 2019 Using quasars to measure the rate of expansion of the universe has great potential, since we can observe them out to much greater distances from us than Ia supernovas to probe much earlier epochs in the history of the cosmos, says astronomer Elisabeta Lusso of Durham University. surroundings at very intense rates, are located at …

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Molecular analysis of anchiornis feathers gives traces to the origin of the aircraft

An Anchiornis sample from Jianchang, western Liaoning. The sampling site is marked with a red box. Credit: Yanhong Pan An international research group has performed molecular analysis of fossil feathers from a small, feathered dinosaur from the law. Their research could help scientists find out when feathers developed flight capacity during the transition to dinosaur / bird. Anchiornis was a …

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3-D virtual carving of an antique violin reveals antique painting methods

Credit: CC0 Public Domain Italian violin makers in the distant past developed painting techniques that lend their instruments both an excellent musical tone and impressive looks. Few records from this era have survived, as techniques most often went down verbally to apprentices; Only scarce information is available on the original methods used to complete the instruments. In a new study …

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