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Scientists have observed a “space hurricane” rotating over the North Pole for the first time in history

Scientists suspect that the conditions in space may create storm-like conditions above the earth for a period of time, but now there is photographic evidence that researchers call it a plasma space hurricane. Author of a new paper published this week called “Nature Communications” They say that they have observed for the first time the mass of a hurricane-like plasma …

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Scientists have developed an “elevator” to produce biofuel kelp, 4 times faster than normal

In order to slow down the destructive impact of human beings’ out-of-control freight trains on the planet, scientists are increasingly paying attention to the role our oceans can play. Scientists at the University of Southern California and industry have discovered a “kelp lift” technology that can produce a large amount of seaweed and may provide high-yield biofuels to help us …

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(Video) Want to know that the rest of the Ocean Drive and Eastern Seaboard in Newport were glowing last night?

Want to know the glowing cloud you saw on Ocean Drive in Newport last night? Obviously, this is a NASA study aimed at studying ionization phenomena in space outside the Earth’s atmosphere. A bunch of eagle-eyed Newport Buzz readers including Mohamed Chamseddine, Aiden Regan and CB Barrett sent us photos, and Alex Fitzpatrick and Bethany Kent both found the answer. …

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Scientists discovered the “fifth layer” of the earth when they found signs of hidden structures

In a groundbreaking discovery, scientists discovered signs of a hidden structure located inside the core of the earth, which may change the long-standing narrative of the planet’s center. According to reports, scientists call it the “fifth layer” out of the four layers of “crust, mantle, outer core, and inner core.” According to reports, they found changes in the structure of …

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The moon-like tail of a comet emits beams of light around the earth

Carl Sagan once said that the earth is nothing but “dust particles suspended in sunlight.” He might be happy to know that before and after the new moon, the earth is a cloud of dust suspended on the moon’s tail. The moon, which lacks the atmosphere to protect it, has been under attack. When the meteorite bombed the surface of …

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Attractive signs of phase transition “turbulence” in RHIC collision

STAR detector credibility of Brookhaven National Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy: Brookhaven National Laboratory A physicist who studies gold ion collisions on the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) is conducting nuclear physics research at the user office of the Brookhaven National Laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy, and is beginning to explore the nuclear matter phase. . It constitutes …

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Antarctic seals reveal worrying threat to disappearing glaciers

Credit: CC0 Public Domain According to the latest research from the University of East Anglia (UEA), Antarctica melts more water than previously known, which changes the climate, prevents the formation of sea ice and increases ocean productivity. For the first time, researchers were able to use instruments attached to the heads of seals near the Songdo Glacier in the remote …

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A popular super-earth 26 years away from the earth | Astronomy

Astronomers from Carmenez (Calar Alto’s high-resolution outer infrared M dwarf in collaboration with near-infrared and optical Eichel spectrometers) have discovered a short-period rocky planet orbiting the red dwarf star Gliese 486 operation. Artist’s impression of the super-Earth Gliese 486b and its red dwarf star. Image source: RenderArea, https://renderarea.com. Gliese 486 is an M-type dwarf star located 26.3 light-years away in …

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