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Astronauts take spacewalk to swap space station's batteries WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio

Published: 03/22/19 08:34 AM EDT Updated: 03/22/19 08:34 am EDT Two American astronauts are taking a spacewalk to replace aging batteries on the International Space Station NASA's Anne McClain and Nick Hague are scheduled to work in space Friday several hours to out three old nickel-hydrogen batteries with more powerful lithium-ion batteries. The station's robotic arm did much of the …

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520 million-year-old terrorizing sea creature had 18 tentacles to kill its prey

The holotype specimen of Daihua sanqiong. (Credit: Yang Zhao)            The fossil of a 520-million-year-old ancient sea creature that had 18 tentacles has been found in China, a discovery that has stunned researchers. The incredible find, known as Daihua sanqiong may have been distant relative to the comb jelly, according to the scientists who unearthed it. "When I first saw …

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Brexit news: The European Union agrees short Brexit delay

The European Union has agreed to give Britain a brief Brexit delay, which removes the immediate threat of the UK leaving the EU without agreement next week on 29 March. EU Member States push the Brexit deadline to April 12 without any conditions, a much shorter period than June 30, UK Prime Minister Theresa May initially requested. The additional three …

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Yellowstone Lake was invaded by trout 25 years ago – and the effect was felt throughout the food chain

An invasion of trout at the Yellowstone Lake has affected wildlife populations throughout the National Park's ecosystem, scientists have found. The sea trout, which was first discovered in Yellowstone in 1994, caused population changes in predators, including bald eagles, osprey and grizzly bears – unexpected effects that were never previously documented by scientists. Yellowstone Lake has a native population of …

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Super worm equinox moon: What does it mean?

<! – -> WATCH Super worm equinox moon explained COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – For the first time in 19 years, the moon over Colorado Springs will be a super worm equinox moon. Don't know what that means? We looked into it. Video in the early morning hours. Colleen Parith with the Space Foundation said the best time to watch is …

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Space Council seeks urgency in NASA exploration plans

SILVER SPRING, Md. – The National Space Council will likely press NASA to its upcoming meeting to speed up its plans to return to the moon as the agency continues to study alternative approaches for the next flight of its Orion spacecraft. Scott Pace, executive secretary of the National Space Council, said March 21 the need for urgency in NASA's …

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Blue Brain solves a century's neuroscience problem

Illustration of Morphological Types of Pyramidal Cells in Gortacortic Layer Credit: EPFL / Blue Brain Project (BBP) A team led by Lida Kanari now reports a new system for distinguishing cell types in the brain, an algorithmic grading method that researchers say will benefit the entire neuroscience area. Blue Brain Founder Professor Henry Markram says: "For nearly 100 years, researchers …

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Quantum Tunneling is Near Immediate, Experiment View | physics

Tunneling, a key element of quantum mechanics, is when a particle that meets an apparently insurmountable barrier passes through it and ends on the other side. Finally, a number of experiments carried out by physicists from Griffith University, Lanzhou University, Australian National University, Drake University, and Korea's Institute for Basic Science have determined the tunneling delay, which is also the …

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