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Help us cheat 50 neutron star collisions so we can calculate the universe expansion, cosmoboffins plead • Register

Cosmologists need gravity wave measurements from 50 binary neutron star mergers to find out how quickly our universe really expands, according to new research. Cosmos has been ballooning ever since it was born from the Big Bang about 13.8 billion years ago. Edwin Hubble, an American astronomer, discovered that galaxies farther from our own Milky Way moved faster, a sign …

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Death situation: Mars Opportunity Rover

A merica goodbye to an old, faithful friend this month, as NASA closed the book on the record-breaking Mars Opportunity rover, officially declaring an end to its nearly 15-year exploration on Wednesday, February 13. Opportunity had ceased to communicate with Earth after a serious, worldwide dust storm, which buffeted Mars in June 2018 and devised the solar powered rover. In …

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How much hotter will your city get?

Temperatures in US cities must change drastically as the climate warms up. New York feels as hot as Arkansas, Washington, DC, switching to the Mississippi climate and Los Angeles weather, which looks like close to Cabos in 2080, shows a new report. The research, published Tuesday in the journal Nature Communications, uses mapping to identify parallels between expected future temperatures …

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The first walking robot to move without GPS – ScienceDaily

Desert ants are extraordinary lonely navigators. Scientists were inspired by these ants as they designed AntBot, the first walking robot to explore its environment randomly and go home automatically without GPS or mapping. This work opens up new strategies for navigation in autonomous vehicles and robotics. Human eyes are insensitive to polarized light and ultraviolet radiation, but this is not …

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Satellite images reveal Bali's two volcanoes are CONNECTED

Satellite images reveal Bali's two volcanoes are CONNECTED and share the same "plumbing system" despite being more than ten miles apart (and it could explain the devastating outbreak that killed 1,600 people in 1963 ) Bali's Agung volcano eruption in 2017 forces the evacuation of 100.00 people Satellite images from ESA showed a bubble of magma three miles away This …

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Earth's magnetopause vibrates as gigantic drum when hit by strong impulses | Planetary Science, Space Exploration

As powerful impulses, the Earth's magnetopause hits the abrupt boundary between the planet's magnetosphere and the surrounding plasma, ripples move along the surface, which is then reflected back as they approach the magnetic poles. The interference of the original and reflected waves leads to a standing wave pattern where specific points appear to stand still while others vibrate back and …

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After Kepler kicked the shovel, NASA broadcasts its final image

Kepler spacecraft telescope NASA The final image from the Kepler Space Telescope has arrived. After nearly a decade of operation, NASA's groundbreaking telescope ran last year and was put on permanent sleep on October 30th. On September 25, the instrument received a final image – a full view of the sky, tiled into a mosaic. 19659004] Kepler has helped astronomers …

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