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Scientists of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) map Beirut’s explosion damage-destructive explosion, shaking port area

From July 29 to August 5, 2020. (Click on the picture to view the full picture.) On August 4, 2020, a devastating explosion hit the port area near Beirut, Lebanon. After the incident, scientists used satellite radar images to map the extent of the damage and help identify areas where people might need help. According to the Associated Press, a …

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NASA’s TESS completes the main mission-NASA

NASA’s TESS completed NASA’s main mission NASA’s TESS spacecraft completed its main mission Astronomy Sci-News.com NASA’s planet hunter completed the main mission of Phys.org TESS completes its main mission NASA Goddard View all reports from Google News Source link

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The rare “Boomerang” earthquake was discovered for the first time in the Atlantic Ocean

For years, scientists have been trying to track the extremely rare “boomerang” earthquake. Now, they have recorded a record in the ocean for the first time, and it is stranger than they expected. An earthquake is the result of a rock breaking on a fault, which is the boundary between two plates. Scientists say that “boomerang” earthquakes are also called …

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Researchers confirmed that the dwarf Ceres has an “ancient ocean” of salt water

Researchers discovered that the dwarf Ceres has an “old ocean” of salt water, which means that the space object may still be geologically active. Using data from NASA’s Dawn spacecraft, seven research papers were published in the scientific journals “Nature Communications”, “Nature Earth Science” and “Nature Astronomy” on Monday, these papers focused on Ceres’ “cc shrinking crater” Scientists believe that …

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The laser beam reflected between the earth and the moon promotes scientific development

Artist rendering of NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. Image source: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center In the past decade, NASA scientists have fired laser beams on a paperback novel-sized reflector about 240,000 miles (385,000 kilometers) from the Earth dozens of times. They announced today in collaboration with their French colleagues that they received the signal for the first time. This is …

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Scientists find first evidence of deadly cancer in dinosaurs

Canadian researchers said they found the first known case of deadly cancer in a dinosaur. The evidence comes from fossil A leg bone was discovered in Alberta, Canada in 1989. The fossil comes from a dinosaur called Centrosaurus. It is a four-legged plant. It is about 6 meters long and lived between 76 and 77 million years ago. Fossil examination …

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Develop quantum algorithms for characterizing the noise of large quantum computers

by University of Sydney August 10, 2020 Researchers conducted experiments using IBM Quantum Experience. Credit: IBM Physicists in Australia and North America demonstrated rigorous, scalable diagnostic tools. Noise is the main obstacle to building large quantum computers. In order to tame noise (interference or instability), scientists need to understand how it affects the entire quantum system. So far, this information …

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NASA’s InSight Mars lander reveals what’s inside the Red Planet

This website may receive affiliate commissions through links on this page. Terms of use. Scientists believe that Mars in the distant past is more similar to Earth than today’s dry dust ball. Understanding Mars can help us better understand how planets form, and NASA InSight missions have the tools to get us there. Researchers at Rice University used the seismometer …

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