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A magnitude 3.3 earthquake shakes Texas

A magnitude 3.3 earthquake shakes Texas (USGS) SMILEY, Texas – An earthquake shook a city in Texas early Saturday, the US Geological Survey Earthquake Hazards Program reported. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage. The quake measured 3.3 on the Richter scale and took place around noon. 12:50 ca. 6 miles southeast of Smiley, Texas in Gonzales County. …

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Watch the pink moon light up the night sky in April

(WJW) – You can see “Pink Moon” light up in the night sky this month. According to the old farmer’s almanac, the pink moon rises on the night of Monday 26 April. It is the first supermoon in 2021. Cleveland police are investigating a man shot dead outside the cafe It will reportedly be visible after sunset and when maximum …

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NASA releases a stunning image of beautiful blue dunes on Mars

You have probably heard of blue moons, but have you heard of blue dunes? Specifically blues dunes on Mars. If not, do not be afraid. NASA has got you covered. On Thursday, the U.S. space agency released a breathtakingly beautiful photo along with a post titled “Blue Dunes on the Red Planet.” As noted in the post, the dunes surround …

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The invention helicopter’s first flight on Mars delayed

The helicopter returned data to the mission team on Earth late Friday night, which prompted NASA to reroute the first flight. The team reports that the helicopter remains safe and sound and shares all of its data. Ingenuity conducted a high-speed test of its rotors on Friday. During this test, the command sequence ended early due to a watchdog timer …

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NASA delays Mars helicopter flight after test spin ends abruptly

NASA has delayed the first flight of its Ingenuity Mars helicopter after a crucial test spin of the drone’s rotor blades abruptly stopped. This was the last major test to make sure the helicopter was ready for its first flight, which was originally scheduled for early Monday. Now, NASA has delayed the historic liftoff – which would mark the first …

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New game-changing genre editing technology is completely reversible – RT World News

U.S. researchers have revealed a significant upgrade to the CRISPR gene editing system, which, unlike its predecessor, can target specific genes with high precision and make completely reversible changes. The new gene editing technology, developed by Whitehead Institute member Jonathan Weissman and University of California San Francisco assistant professor Luke Gilbert, is called CRISPRoff. It is able to control a …

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NASA lands the first colored person on the moon

It is a huge step towards diversity. NASA plans to land the first colored person on the moon as part of an international space program, a representative of the agency said Friday. “NEW: @NASA lands the first woman and * the first colored person * on the Moon during the Artemis program,” tweeted NASA Press Secretary Jackie McGuinness. The news …

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First flight test for NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter pushed to Wednesday

NASA engineers have decided to postpone the Ingenuity helicopter’s debut flight to Mars until at least Wednesday, April 14, after running into a minor computer failure during a rotor spin test late Friday night, the agency said Saturday. The small craft is healthy, but engineers need more time to review telemetry data from the unexpected hiccup before proceeding. Ingenuity, a …

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