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The next big NASA rocket has arrived

It’s a make-or-break moment for NASA’s next mega-rocket: the Space Launch System. Why it matters: The rocket – about 10 years in development and billions of dollars over budget – is expected to launch for the first time this year. Its success is the key to NASA’s plans to bring people and payloads to deep space destinations like the Moon. …

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Strange FM signal detected coming from one of Jupiter’s moons

NASA recently extended the life of two of its planetary discovery missions, including the Juno mission to Jupiter. Now it has come to light that Juno has discovered an FM signal originating from one of the gas giant’s moons, Ganymede. The discovery is not an indication of extraterrestrial life, but it is nonetheless fascinating as it is the first time …

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Detection of quantum behavior in insulators suggests possible new particle

A team led by Princeton physicists discovered a surprising quantum phenomenon in an atomic thin insulator made of tungsten ditelluride. The results suggest the formation of entirely new types of quantum phases that were previously hidden in insulators. Credit: Kai Fu for Wu Lab, Princeton University In a surprising discovery, Princeton physicists have observed an unexpected quantum behavior in an …

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Measurements of pulse acceleration reveal the dark side of the Milky Way

The ripples in the Milky Way disk are displayed along with the tidal remnants of Sagittarius’ dwarf galaxy. The pulsars analyzed by Chakrabarti et al 2021 for calculating galactic accelerations are shown in the effort. Credit: IAS; Dana Berry It is well known that the expansion of the universe is accelerating due to a mysterious dark energy. Within galaxies, stars …

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Transition metal ‘cocktail’ helps create brand new superconductors

Schematic of CuAl2-type crystal structure of the newly created superconducting Co0.2Nine0.1With0.1Rh0.3Ir0.3Zr2 connection, with a HEA type Tr site. Credit: Tokyo Metropolitan University Researchers from Tokyo Metropolitan University mixed and designed a new high entropy alloy (HEA) superconductor using comprehensive data on simple superconducting substances with a specific crystal structure. HEAs are known to maintain superconducting properties up to extremely high …

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