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Scientists are casting one of the largest telescope mirrors ever built on Earth

On Friday, scientists began casting one of the largest telescope mirrors on Earth for the Magellan telescope under construction in Chile. Why is it important: This giant telescope is designed to one day peek into the atmospheres of potentially habitable planets around distant stars, learn more about early galaxies, and study other objects of interest. what’s happening: The mirror is …

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Scientists have observed for the first time a “space hurricane” maneuver above the earth

Scientists have long suspected that conditions in space will produce storm-like conditions over the earth, but now, they have obtained what researchers call a plasma space hurricane picture proof. Author of a new paper published this week Nature Communications They say that they have observed for the first time the mass of a hurricane-like plasma over the North Pole. The …

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Seeing NASA’s Perseverance rover take its first step on Mars

Perseverance laid the first orbit on Mars. NASA/JPL-CalTech NASA Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover This is the first time ever. In preliminary attempts on this red planet, the truck-sized robot rolled 13 feet (4 meters) forward from its landing site, then rotated 150 degrees to the left, retreated 8 feet (2.5 meters), and took An image of the trajectory of the …

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Murder Bumblebee, Doctor Nature disguised as a real crime show

Be perfect Clear: Insects are not evil. They have no ethics or moral codes. They cannot act maliciously. Of course they cannot murder. In other words, there is a reason why the Asian Hornet is nicknamed “Murder Hornet” in the North American media instead of “Gentle Sweet Bee”. These predators seem to have flown from the Carboniferous era. They can …

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Astronauts on spacewalk push stubborn pillars to the main space station to install new solar arrays

On Friday (March 5), two astronauts finally completed the installation of a tricky solar array support device outside the International Space Station. A few days ago, this device hindered the previous group of spacewalkers. 64 NASA astronauts, Kate Rubins (in red striped space suits) and Japan’s NASA’s Soichi Noguchi worked in the vacuum of space for 6 hours and 56 …

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Amazon’s “Good Night Oppy” will tell the story of NASA’s Opportunity Mars Rover

TipRanks What is the bottom line of these three stocks? Analysts say “buy” Never say that a person has no influence. In the past Thursday, stocks plummeted, bonds soared, and investors began to take inflation risks seriously-all because one person said his thoughts. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell (Jerome Powell) held a press conference in which he talked about good …

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Elon Musk’s Starlink struggles with Dish Network due to broadband issues

Elon Musk’s Starlink and Dish Network are currently fighting the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which is trying to prevent SpaceX from requiring the necessary designation to obtain FCC broadband funding. Dish submitted a petition to Starlink in late February, and SpaceX issued a response a few days ago. The dispute between the two companies is related to a number of …

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