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Robot laboratory assistant conducts research 1,000 times faster

Researchers have developed what they call a breakthrough robot laboratory assistant, able to move around in the laboratory and conduct scientific experiments just like around humans. This machine was designed by scientists at the University of Liverpool in the United Kingdom. It is not completely automated: it needs to be programmed according to the location of the laboratory equipment, and …

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Scientists at the University of Sheffield say rock dust can capture carbon

The process known as enhancing rock weathering involves layering gravel onto the soil. When silicate or carbonate minerals in dust are dissolved in rainwater, carbon dioxide is drawn into the solution from the atmosphere, forming bicarbonate ions. The bicarbonate ions are eventually washed into the ocean by runoff, where they form carbonate minerals and store their carbon indefinitely. The study, …

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SpaceX is about to perform Starlink v1.0 L9 mission

SpaceX will launch the ninth operational Starlink satellite on September 8 (11:59 am EST / 15:59 UTC) and two satellites for the BlackSky Earth Observation Constellation. The weather forecast issued by the 45th Space Wing on the day before the launch showed that there is a 60% probability that the weather is acceptable. If necessary, the probability of the weather …

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Try to sound “bigger” animals good at learning sound

Credit: CC0 public domain Some animals fake their body size by sounding larger than they actually are. The University of Zurich’s Maxim Garcia and the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics’ Andrea Lavignani studied 164 different mammals, and they found that lowering the sound usually sounds louder animals usually Is a skilled singer. These two strategies—sounding louder and learning sounds—may be …

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Watch SpaceX launch the latest batch of Starlink satellites, including two free-riding spacecraft

Only one week after launching GPS satellites for the space force, SpaceX launched its Internet ray Starlink satellite again. The company’s Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled to take off today from Cape Canaveral, Florida, to launch 57 Starlink spacecraft and two free-riding Earth observation satellites from operator BlackSky. This flight is the latest attempt by SpaceX to enrich its proposed …

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Experts believe that before Mars, astronauts should orbit Venus

NASA plans to send manned missions to Mars in the 2030s, but before astronauts get there, they should stop in front of Venus. These are the views expressed in a new paper written by many researchers, who believe that going to the second planet of the solar system may be helpful for manned missions. These measures include reducing the “overall …

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NASA scientists simulate the sunset of other planets-dental floss

NASA scientists simulate sunset floss on other planets From floating guts to “sticky” blood-here’s how to perform surgery in space The Conversation UK Scientists believe that astronauts should visit Venus on the way to Mars Astronauts traveling through space to Mars can make Venus the first daily star of “Pit-in” Sputnik International said that astronauts should use Venus’ “gravity assistance” …

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Stunning NASA Perseverance Rover mission trailer will let you hype for Mars

NASA/JPL-California Institute of Technology Can you feel it? That shock? Huh? This is what is coming NASA’s Perseverance Rover Mission Go to Mars. NASA has stimulated its enthusiasm for the latest robot explorers through the motivational promotional video of the mission released on Tuesday. Octavia Spencer, a pioneering mathematician at NASA Dorothy Vaughan among hidden characters, Narrated the video. It …

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Comet NEOWISE suddenly becomes visible to the naked eye

by NASA July 8, 2020 Image courtesy and copyright: Maroun Habib (Moophz) A naked eye suddenly became a comet. The C/2020 F3 comet (NEOWISE) was discovered in late March and brightened when it reached the position closest to the Sun in Mercury’s orbit in late last week. So far, the interplanetary iceberg has survived the heat of the sun, and …

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