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Space travel and your joints

Musfag. Credit: Department of Biomedical Problems, Moscow A new Henry Ford Hospital survey on mice aboard a Russian spaceflight can raise an exciting question for tomorrow's astronauts: Could space travel be bad for your joints? Researchers found early signs of breakage in the mice, suggesting that the reduced biomechanical forces in spaceflight are at stake on the musculoskeletal system. Although …

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NASA wants to help bring back pieces of potentially hazardous asteroid

A view of asteroid Bennu's surface itake at the PolyCam camera on NASA's Osiris-Rex on March 21 from a distance of 2.2 miles (3.5 kilometers). NASA / Goddard / University of Arizona                                                  Before NASA's Osiris-Rex spacecraft can reach out and grab a piece of asteroid Bennu, it needs to find a safe spot on the space rock's surface. And …

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Meteorites can excavate lunar water

(more on Power Words) annually Adjective for something happening every year. (in botany) A plant that lives only a year, so it usually has a flashy flower and produces many seeds. astronaut Anyone trained to enter space for research and exploration. atmosphere envelope of gases surrounding the earth or another planet. chemical A substance formed by two or more atoms …

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One billion years old fungus found is the Earth's oldest | Life

Recent fossil samples excavated in Canada seem to push the mushroom's arrival to the earliest onshore habitats. – AFP pic PARIS May 23 – Scientists have excavated fossilized fungi that last up to a billion years, in a discovery that could transform our understanding of how life on land evolved, yesterday's research showed. For decades, the earliest known fungi – …

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USC Rocket Propulsion Laboratory Destroys Student Height Record – USC Viterbi

Students from USC's Rocket Propulsion Laboratory are preparing travelers IV for launch. PHOTO / COURTESY NEIL TEWKSBURY With further reporting from Conor Hayes. From the sparsely populated and solar dissolved desert campus of Spaceport America in New Mexico, weeks ago the USC Rocket Propulsion Laboratory (RPL) became the first bachelor team to design, build and successfully launch a single stage …

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Plankton has not been the same since the Industrial Revolutionary Science

As scientists shrink to find out how warming ocean temperatures will affect marine ecosystems across the globe – from bleaching coral reefs to changing migration routes – is one of the ocean's most ubiquitous organisms to help scientists measure the changes that has already taken place. Centuries of fossil archives and live capture data show that some marine plankton populations …

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Researchers identify reddish coloring in an ancient fossil – HeritageDaily

Researchers have for the first time detected chemical traces of red pigment in an ancient fossil – an exceptionally well-preserved mouse, not unlike today's field mice, that roamed the fields of what is now the German village of Willershausen around 3 million years ago The study revealed that the extinct creature, affectionately nicknamed "mighty mouse" by the authors, was dressed …

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