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The calcium in teeth comes from explosive stars

Photo credit: Malte Mueller-Getty Images From Popular Mechanics Carl Sagan once said that we are made up of “stars”. It turns out he was right. For thousands of years, scientists and natural historians have been thinking about the origin of many elements in the universe. Now, researchers have figured out the source of calcium, which is the element that causes …

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Watch the live broadcast: Slooh will broadcast the Perseid meteor shower on Wednesday @ ET 7 pm

Video provided by Slooh. Visit Slooh.com You can capture and share your own photos from this live event, interact with our hosts and guests, and personally control Slooh’s telescope. The Slooh Online Observatory will start streaming a live view of the Perseid meteor shower on Wednesday night (August 12) starting at 2pm Eastern Time (2300 GMT). The show is hosted …

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Scientists’ predictions for Jupiter: lightning and mushrooms

The weather today is expected to be unpleasant on Jupiter (the largest planet in our solar system): shallow lightning on the side of the mushroom ball. In a paper published in “Nature” last week and two other papers in “Journal of Geophysical Research”: “Planet”, scientists based on NASA’s Juno spacecraft currently orbiting the planet The observations made shared new insights …

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New tool unveils the mystery of the solar system’s biggest freak

Uranus and Neptune are cold and mysterious mysteries. they are and so Scientists believe that, unlike other planets in the solar system, scientists believe that a better understanding of these two giants is essential to understanding the formation of planets. Now, a new modeling tool provides an opportunity for scientists’ needs for decades: a look inside. They started by studying …

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Primate voice boxes are developing rapidly

3D image of a gorilla throat. Image source: Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) Copyright Dr. Jacob Jacob Dunn Scientists have discovered that the larynx (or “voice box”) of primates is significantly larger than their body size, has greater variation, and evolves faster than other mammals. Published in a magazine PLOS biology This research was led by scholars from Anglia Ruskin University …

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Physicists speed up the search for revolutionary artificial atomic materials

This visualization shows the graphene layer used for the membrane. Image source: University of Manchester Scientists at the University of Bath have taken an important step towards understanding the interactions between stacked layers of atomically thin materials. They hope their research will accelerate the discovery of new man-made materials, leading to the design of electronic components that are much smaller …

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Sharks live among active volcanic vertigo scientists-BGR

Scientists have discovered that sharks live in one of the most active underwater volcanoes in the ocean. Although researchers cannot be sure why they prefer the area, the sharks seem to have adapted well to their unfamiliar home. One theory is that there are a lot of prey there and it is easy to hunt. Scientists hope to find sharks …

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“Terror Crocodile” has “banana-sized teeth”

turn off Story points “Deinosuchus is a giant, and there must be terrifying dinosaurs drinking by the water.” For a long time, paleontologists have speculated that large beasts feed on dinosaurs. At the end of the dinosaur age, the crocodiles disappeared before the main creatures became extinct. The bones, muscles and appearance of the prehistoric crocodile Deinosuchus were up to …

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