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Black, Hot ‘Superionic’ Ice May Be Nature's Most Common Form of Water

Experts say the discovery of superionic ice vindicates computer predictions, which could help material physicists craft future substances with bespoke properties. And finding the ice required ultrafast measurements and fine control of temperature and pressure, advancing experimental techniques. "All of this would not have been possible, say, five years ago," said Christoph Salzmann at University College London, who discovered ices …

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Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos wrangle to build rockets for US Air Force – Quartz

The US Air Force has, traditionally, done a terrible job of buying new rockets. Now, as lawmakers consider a total reorganization of the US military's space operations, the Pentagon's latest attempt to purchase new launch vehicles has become a hotly contested rivalry featuring the military-industrial complex and rocket billionaires Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos. Of course, there is a Russia …

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Nanoparticle ISS Experiment Could Lead to New Anti-Aging Therapies

Nanoceria particles (green) intermingling with cells (blue). Image: Gianni Ciofani An upcoming experiment involving the International Space Station will test the effects of microgravity on living cells mixed with tiny ceramic particles. The test could result in powerful new antioxidants to treat the deleterious effects of prolonged exposure to space as well as various age-related diseases. The raw materials for …

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Alleged signs of life in a marting meteorite | Daily Planet

In search of life on Mars, some rare meteorites found on earthquakes blown from the Mars surface by past effects – play a unique role. Because they represent our only samples of Mars (at least so far), the meteorites allow scientists to judge whether habitable states once existed on the planet and whether there is still a microbial life there …

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How Computer Assisted Telepathy Helps Humans Communicate: NPR

Communicating through your thoughts alone is possible – with a little technical assistance. Scientists at the University of Washington's Center for Neurotechnology have figured out how to network human minds together to collaborate using only thoughts It works like this: Three players, including one main player, sit in separate rooms and watch game pieces cascade down a computer screen. Using …

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Scientists Record The First Collision Between Black Hole And Neutron Star

Image source: YouTube Video Screenshot Physicists around the world continue to learn about the formation of black holes and the collisions that cause them. Now, the National Science Foundation's Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) has recorded the first collision between a black hole and a neutron star, giving more insight into how black holes grow. LIGO has made a great …

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