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NASA’s newest Mars rover perseverance: everything you need to know

An artist is a perpetual wanderer on Mars. NASA/JPL-California Institute of Technology This story is Welcome to Mars, Our series explores the red planet. NASA’s perseverance rover hopes to answer our biggest question about the history of Mars: Did the Red Planet ever have life? The dry, dusty Mars we know today is very different a long time ago. The …

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Why glaciers in the Alps turn pink due to “watermelon snow”

You may have heard of pink sand beaches, but what about “pink snow”? On Thursday, a local scientist discovered a glacier in the Italian Alps covered with pink snow. This effect, also known as “watermelon snow”, is due to the presence of algae. Although pink snow is actually common in the Alps in summer (and has been found all over …

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Washed due to weather]– TechCrunch

[[[[Update: Due to the weather, today’s mission has been cancelled. Space X Determining when to make the next attempt] Space X Today there is a launch schedule, and its payload includes 57 Starlink satellites and two satellites flying on behalf of BlackSky. The launch is scheduled to take off from launch site 39A at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida …

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Native Americans arrived in Polynesia around 1200 AD and colonized the area before European immigrants

800 years ago, Native Americans arrived in Polynesia by raft and mated with local islanders-centuries before European explorers arrived in the Pacific. Researchers from the United States and Mexico used large-scale genetic analysis to show that modern Polynesian populations contain traces of native American DNA. Statistical analysis shows that the prehistoric Polynesians first met and interacted with today’s Colombians around …

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Identification of compounds that can prevent the replication of the COVID-19 virus by targeting key viral enzymes

The three configurations of the active site where the inhibitor GC-376 binds to the main protease of the COVID-19 virus (drug target Mpro), as shown by 3D computer modeling. Image courtesy: Yu Chen of South Florida Health University uses X-ray crystallography The University of Arizona-University of South Florida team identified and analyzed four promising antiviral drug candidates in preclinical studies. …

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Population genomics drives bee invasion

Researchers in Puerto Rico studied the unique African mild bee population. Image source: Manuel A. Giannoni-Guzman Researchers often study the genomes of individual organisms to try to understand the relationship between genes and behavior. However, a new study on African honeybees shows that the genetic inheritance of honeybees has little effect on their tendency to aggression. Instead, the genomic characteristics …

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7 things about the Mars 2020 perseverance rover mission-NASA

7 things about Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover mission NASA NASA’s Curiosity rover kicks off the epic “summer road trip” of Mars CNET How to reach another planet when a pandemic troubles your nature We insist on NASA This is Mars Moon! 3 Red Planet missions will be launched on Space.com in July View all reports from Google News Source link

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