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'Mission Jurassic' dinosaur hunt to get under way

Image copyright The Children's Museum of Indianapolis Image caption Exploration work has already identified bones from some very big dinosaurs                  British scientists are about to take over one of their biggest dinosaur hunts in decades. "of Wyoming. The US state has yielded some of the most famous specimens ever found, and the international group will excavate one square mile …

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Physicists crush Bose-Einstein condensate, get different pieces each time – ScienceDaily

Physicists in the United States, Austria and Brazil have shown that shaking of ultracold Bose-Einstein condensates (BECs) can cause them to either split into uniform segments or crush in unpredictable splinters depending on the frequency of shaking. "It is noteworthy that the same quantum system can give rise to such different phenomena," said Rice University physicist Randy Hulet, co-author of …

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Greenland Glacier No Longer Shrinking: NASA – New York Daily News

Greenland glacier no longer shrinking: NASA New York Daily News Key Greenland glacier growing again after years, NASA study shows NBCNews.com Greenland's Jakobshavn Glacier Reacts to Changing Ocean Temperatures NASA Goddard One Greenland Glacier Has Started Growing Again, What Doesn't Mean What You Think ScienceAlert Greenland Glacier said to be one of the main contributors to global sea level rise …

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NASA Triton Mission: Neptune's Moon Triton & # 39; Can End Alien Life & # 39; | Science | News

Life has survived and even flourished in the Earth's most inhospitable environment. And because of this, researchers are increasingly convinced that aqueous worlds reminiscent of Earth are the best candidates to search for alien life. Dr. Amanda Hendrix, co-chair of NASA Roadmaps for Ocean's World Group, told Express.co.uk: "Ocean worlds can represent the best opportunity in our solar system to …

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Physicists measure quantum back action & # 39; in the audio tape at room temperature

Louisiana State University Department of Physics & Astronomy Associate Professor Thomas Corbitt and his research team now present the first broadband measurement of quantum radiation in the audio band at frequencies at frequencies relevant to gravitational wave detectors, as reported in the scientific journal Nature . Credit: Elsa Hahne, LSU Since the historical finding of gravitational waves from two black …

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Want to see the sunrise from the room? Israel's craft Beresheet has the video – Israel News

Sunrise picture from Beresheet spacecraft. (picture credit: screenshot) X Dear reader, As you can imagine, more people read The Jerusalem Post than ever before. Nevertheless, traditional business models are no longer sustainable and high quality publications As ours, are forced to look for new ways to continue. Unlike many other news organizations, We didn't put a paywall. We want to …

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NASA Cancels First All-Female Spacewalk About Spacesuit Sizes

It had been planned as a historic mission, yet it would have represented a moment of sort: the first all-female spacewalk. But that moment will have to wait, NASA said Monday, because of a somewhat basic issue – spacesuit sizes The two astronauts who were scheduled to walk together in space on Friday, Anne C. McClain and Christina H. Koch, …

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