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NASA and ESA will collaborate to bring samples of Mars to Earth

NASA and ESA will collaborate to bring samples of Mars to Earth

The mission is based on the ship, sent from Earth, making a tour of the red planet in order to collect the samples transported by the rocket. NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) will coordinate different missions to Mars to try to bring samples of the surface of the …

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Expected for the first day of May the return of the Rxte probe (Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer) of NASA, out of use since 2012

A NASA probe will fall on Earth on May 1st

The recent fall of Tiangong-1, the Chinese space station precipitated in the South Pacific Ocean on the night of April 2, has increased the sensitivity to the already much-debated problem of space debris. Even without arriving at objects within the reach of the Celestial Palace, the so-called ‘cosmic garbage’ is …

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NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope could locate the first stars and black holes in the universe

James Webb Space Telescope

The first stars in the universe have lit up about 200-400 million years after the Big Bang. Observing these very first individual stars at such an enormous distance would normally be an undertaking for any space telescope. However, with the right conditions and a bit of luck, NASA’s James Webb …

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This is the most active place in the universe

Are there microbes on other planets

It is the most active place in the universe. It is located about 12400 million light-years from Earth and in it, new stars are formed 10,000 times faster than in the Milky Way. Their discovery has baffled astronomers since no theory or computer simulation predicted that such a colossal and …

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Uranus is surrounded by gaseous clouds that smell like rotten eggs

Uranus is surrounded by gaseous clouds that smell like rotten eggs

For the first time, scientists from the University of Oxford studied the atmosphere that surrounds this planet. These are clouds composed of hydrogen sulfide, recognized for its uncomfortable rotten egg stench. There is no doubt that science usually meets some discoveries that are presented in a rather curious way. This …

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For the first time, light is confined to an atom

graphene

The graphene is ensured that the material of the future for its amazing properties. Not only is it the finest that exists, but it is also very flexible and lightweight, but harder than steel, which makes it possible to create structures that are very light and resistant at the same …

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NASA discovers mysterious holes in the Arctic

Operation IceBridge of NASA. (POT)

After ten years and after many hours of flight over the Arctic, NASA’s Operation IceBridge – in charge of mapping the land and sea ice of the region – has discovered strange holes in the ice, with forms that until now They had never been observed. John Sonntag, the scientist …

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This is the most valid theory about the end of the universe

theory about the end of the universe

No one can say with certainty how the universe will end. We must rely on a theory, a model, which in this case is very ambitious: that of the entire universe. Cosmology is the branch of physics that studies the universe as a whole. In recent decades the “standard cosmological …

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The robot that destroys 200 iPhones per hour

Daisy

Her name is Daisy and she is dedicated to recycling mobile phones. Specifically, it can destroy 200 mobile phones per minute. It is the new robot that has just presented Apple for the tasks of recycling and recovery of the iPhones in disuse. Daisy’s presentation coincides with the celebration of …

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NASA’s chief astronaut says “the first person on Mars should be a woman”

NASA's chief

A Senior Nasa engineer says that the first person on Mars should be a woman. Allison McIntyre, a senior Nasa engineer says that all twelve people who walked on the Moon were Men. Says declares that women should be the first person who walks on the Mars. According to BBC …

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