Month: November 2022

Zonnestorm zou MORGEN 1,8 miljoen mph zonnewinden op aarde kunnen lanceren

Zonnestorm zou MORGEN 1,8 miljoen mph zonnewinden op aarde kunnen lanceren Een ‘canyon-achtige’ holte in de atmosfeer van de zon, bekend als een coronaal gat, zal morgen een zonnestorm naar onze planeet lanceren. Volgens experts zou de zonnewind – een continue stroom van geladen deeltjes – uit het gat kunnen worden uitgestoten en richting de …

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Two minerals – never before seen on Earth – discovered in huge meteorite

Two minerals – never before seen on Earth – discovered in huge meteorite Part of the El Ali meteorite, now housed in the University of Alberta’s Meteorite Collection, contains two minerals never before seen on Earth. Credit: University of Alberta New minerals discovered in huge meteorite may reveal clues to asteroid formation. At least two …

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Chilling look into our future if we survive another million years: ScienceAlert

Chilling look into our future if we survive another million years: ScienceAlert Most species are transient. They die out, branch out into new species, or change over time due to random mutations and changes in the environment. It can be expected that a typical mammalian species exists a million years. modern people, A wise man, …

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SpaceX is preparing to launch the world’s first private lunar lander: ScienceAlert

SpaceX is preparing to launch the world’s first private lunar lander: ScienceAlert SpaceX will launch the first private – and Japanese – lander on Wednesday the moon. A Falcon 9 rocket does scheduled to explode at 3:39 a.m. (0839 GMT) from Cape Canaveral, Florida, with a reserve date on Thursday. So far, only the United …

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New banana-derived therapy is effective against all known coronaviruses and flu strains

New banana-derived therapy is effective against all known coronaviruses and flu strains According to the researchers, the therapy, H84T-BanLec, holds unique promise. They hope to start testing on humans soon. The potential therapy was derived from a banana protein. A study published on January 13, 2020 touted the development of a potential therapy that could …

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SpaceX fires up 11 engines as it prepares a massive rocket for orbital testing

SpaceX fires up 11 engines as it prepares a massive rocket for orbital testing Enlarge / SpaceX’s Booster 7 will undergo a static fire test with 11 engines in South Texas on Tuesday. SpaceX On Tuesday, SpaceX tested its Super Heavy rocket for about 12 seconds, making it the massive booster’s longest firing time to …

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NASA scientists create black hole fighter jets with a supercomputer

NASA scientists create black hole fighter jets with a supercomputer These images show the diversity of black hole jets. Left: NGC 1068, one of the closest and brightest galaxies (green and red) with a fast-growing supermassive black hole, powers a jet (blue) much smaller than the galaxy itself. Credit: NASA/CXC/MIT/C.Canizares, D.Evans et al. (X-ray); NASA/STScI …

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NASA’s Orion photographed the Earth and moon from a quarter of a million miles away

NASA’s Orion photographed the Earth and moon from a quarter of a million miles away The Orion spacecraft record distance to Earth apparently made for stunning photography. NASA has shared a photo taken by the Artemis I vehicle on Monday with both the Earth and Moon in the background. Like some Apollo photography or Voyager …

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