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SpaceX breaks through, Mars “Spaceship” prototype rocket ace successfully test flight

SpaceX successfully completed a less than one-minute flight on Tuesday. The flight is the largest prototype of the future rocket “Starship” ever tested. The company hopes to use this day to settle on Mars. “Mars looks real,” SpaceX founder Elon Musk tweeted in response to fans. The current prototype of the interplanetary spacecraft is rather crude: it is a large …

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Masks in the trash can make excellent biofuels

Photo Credit: Patcharanan Worrapatchareeroj-Getty Images From Popular Mechanics Researchers at the Indian University of Petroleum and Energy Research said they have found a way to convert an unprecedented amount of discarded personal protective equipment (PPE) plastics into biofuels. The paper was published in the journal Biofuels, Is part of Taylor & Francis Publishing Group. Once these plastic materials are discharged …

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Rice researchers use InSight for deep Mars surveys

Artist’s impression of the internal structure of Mars. The top layer is the earth’s crust, and the bottom is the mantle, which lies on a solid core. Image source: NASA / JPL-Caltech Seismologists at Rice University used data from NASA’s InSight Lander on Mars to directly measure the three underground boundaries from the crust to the core of the red …

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Researchers have discovered a new type of electrocatalyst that converts carbon dioxide into liquid fuel

An artistic reproduction of the electrocatalytic process used to convert carbon dioxide and water into ethanol. Credit: Credit: Argonne National Laboratory Catalysts can accelerate chemical reactions and constitute the backbone of many industrial processes. For example, they are essential for converting heavy oil into gasoline or jet fuel. Today, catalysts are involved in more than 80% of all manufactured products. …

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The Perseid meteor shower is expected to shine for stargazers

ST. The Louis-Perseids meteor shower is currently underway, about a week away from its peak in mid-August. According to NASA data, it is considered to be the best meteor shower of the year. Up to 50 meteors can be seen every hour, and sometimes even more can be seen if conditions are right. Fast and bright meteors often leave a …

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Ammonia-rich hail reveals Jupiter’s weather

The area of ​​the central part is 3200 x 3800 kilometers. You can see the white ammonia water, rotating counterclockwise. In many places, especially in the upper center of the cyclone, you can see clouds that are 15 kilometers higher than other clouds (based on the shadows they cast). It is thought that these storms contain a hail of water …

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In the first confirmed case, the dinosaur was diagnosed with bone cancer

Canadian researchers have diagnosed a type of dinosaur with aggressive bone cancer-this is the first time a dinosaur has been diagnosed with cancer. Scientists say that the dinosaur died “surrounded by its friends”. This discovery may provide insights into the social structure of dinosaurs. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. David Evans and Mark Crowther think they have a …

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Shocking low-energy life forms found on the seabed

As evidence, we set our sights on the bottom of the sea. Photo: Getty Images/500px We somehow found ourselves at the end of summer. It’s really hot; it’s just a long heat wave from here to autumn. To make matters worse, no one knows how we got here, because time loses all meaning. In March, the real whiplash news cycle …

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