Moonquakes and marsquakes: How we peer inside other worlds – Horizon magazine

On Earth, we can feel and see the often terrifying results of the tectonic plates shifting beneath our feet. As they grind together, they generate earthquakes that produce seismic waves…

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Anglerfish Physically Fuse to Their Mates, And We Finally Know How That’s Possible – techtoday19

Dating is hard enough when you have ample choice, but imagine drifting through a dark nothingness, half-formed and hopeless, starved for nutrients and love. So goes the life of a…

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How Does Bacteria Behave in Space? – techtoday19

With modern technology, outer space is no long unexplored, especially with the United States, United Arab Emirates, and China launching missions to Mars. However, astronauts and future space explorers face…

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Chernobyl mold could shield astronauts from deep-space radiation – Yahoo Finance Australia

One of the biggest dangers of interplanetary travel is radiation exposure. In a single round trip to Mars, you may absorb 60 percent of the maximum recommend lifetime dosage. One…

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Scientists Engineer 3D-Printed Bricks That Aid in Bone and Soft Tissue Repair – techtoday19

Scientists have engineered tiny, 3D-printed bricks that can heal broken bones and damaged soft tissue. The novel invention could one day lead to lab-made organs for human transplant. RELATED: MATERIAL THAT…

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Breathtaking Graphic Reveals The Colossal Magnetic Field of a Distant Spiral Galaxy – haveeruonline

Spiral galaxies seem great and tidy, with most of their stars and gasoline confined to a disc neatly arranged in swirling spiral arms. But there is certainly a large amount…

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NASA delays James Webb Space Telescope launch to 2021 – Micky News

The James Webb Space Telescope is one of the biggest projects in NASA history. The project costs about $10 billion and has been in development for nearly more than two…

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A New Array Reveals Fascinating Details about Jupiter

Jupiter has covered in eternal clouds and storms, but researchers now have the chance to examine interesting details about the planet. These observations can be made thanks to a new…

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An affordable sensor to assess water quality

In certain regions of the world, access to safe and potable water is not always guaranteed. Students from the School of Advanced Digital Technologies (ETNA) in France developed the WellCheck…

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West Coast algae to tackle flatulence in cattle

Researchers in cattle farming at Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops, BC, are turning to West Coast algae to tackle cattle methane production and combat climate change. Studies in Australia and California…

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