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Isro’s MOM filmed Mars’ largest Phobos Phobos

The Mars Color Camera (MCC) on the ISRO Mars Orbiter mission captured the closest and largest image of Mars on the Mars. The image was taken on July 1, when the MOM was about 7,200 kilometers from Mars and 4,200 kilometers from Phobos. “The spatial resolution of the image is 210 m. This is a composite image generated from 6 …

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The star suddenly disappeared without a trace

According to new research published on Tuesday, a very bright star disappears into the mystery of cosmic stars. Royal Astronomical Society Monthly. Related article: The story of how to capture the first photo of a black hole The superstar disappeared without a trace A stellar object inside the Kingman dwarf galaxy disappeared from view. According to astronomical observations that took …

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The threat of climate change to tropical plants

Credit: Shutterstock Researchers at the University of New South Wales have found that tropical plants near the equator are most threatened by climate change, because it is expected that within the next 50 years, tropical plants will become too hot to germinate. Their research analyzed nearly 10,000 records of more than 1,300 species from the Kew Gardens Global Seed Germination …

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Gaia revolutionizes asteroid tracking

Gaia draws the stars in the Milky Way. Image source: ESA / ATG medialab; Background: ESO / S. Brunier ESA’s Gaia Asia Pacific Observatory is an ambitious mission to construct a three-dimensional map of our galaxy by making high-precision measurements of more than 1 billion stars. However, in the process of mapping the distant sun, Gaia is completely changing the …

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Quantum fluctuations can shake animals on the human scale

Physicists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have observed that LIGO’s 40 kg mirror can move in response to tiny quantum effects. In this photo, LIGO optical technician inspected a mirror of LIGO. Image source: Matt Heintze / Caltech / MIT / LIGO Lab research shows LigaoThe 40 kg mirror can move in response to tiny quantum effects, thus revealing …

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NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley in the middle of SpaceX mission

On May 30, the couple became the first NASA astronauts to launch to the station using a commercial rocket and took a vehicle made by Elon Musk’s SpaceX (not NASA). The day after takeoff from the Kennedy Space Center, the “Dragon” spacecraft named “Endeavour” automatically docked with the station, astronaut Chris Cassidy of NASA and Russian astronauts Anatoly Ivanisin and …

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ESA shares the incredible, unprecedented sight of the cold Mars Canyon (VIDEO)-RT World News

The European Space Agency shared an incredible footage, after a difficult reconstruction, showing Mars’s powerful Korolev crater. If we get there, it may be the future water source for human colonizers. The excellent video is actually a moving mosaic that combines scanning of the planet’s surface with terrain data and is captured by a high-resolution stereo camera on the Mars …

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