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On July 4th, the stunning Buck Moon shocked the stargazers

Skyscanners have been enjoying big customers or the full moon in July. In New York, the rise of the moon coincides with the fireworks display held by Macy’s on July 4 every year. This year, the stunning display illuminated the sky above the Empire State Building. According to NASA, the moon will appear full moon on Monday morning. Stunning Strawberry …

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Yellowstone Super Volcano Warning: US Geological Survey confirms 102 earthquakes hit turbulent US site science | News

Over the past month, more than 100 earthquakes have occurred in Yellowstone Park, triggering devastating fears of turbulent supervolcanic eruptions. Mike Poland, the chief scientist of the head of the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory, revealed the number of recent earthquakes in an overview of activities at Yellowstone in June. Mr. Poland, speaking on behalf of the United States Geological Survey (USGS), …

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Scientists have come up with a way to make harder diamonds

The geometric structure of the pentagram. White and black balls represent C atoms with four and three adjacent C atoms, respectively. Credit: University of Tsukuba Scientists at the University of Tsukuba use computer calculations to propose a method to rearrange the carbon atoms in diamonds to make them harder, which may be useful in industrial applications that rely on synthetic …

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Coronavirus Update: Panhandle East County shows virus growth. State Passes Severe Milestone-News-Northwest Florida Daily News

The number of cases in Panhandle West County continued to grow on Saturday, with Santa Rosa County receiving 52 new positive results. During the outbreak of coronavirus, this content was provided free of charge to our readers as a public service. Please subscribe to “Northwest Florida Daily News” to support local journalism. With more than 200,000 people infected with the …

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Astronomers discovered the first known bare core of a gas superstar

The reasons for the “naked” puppet world are not yet known, but there are two theories. TOI-849b is so close to its star that it has completed an orbit within 18 hours, increasing the likelihood of tidal disturbance or planetary collisions taking away its gas. Starlight-induced evaporation is possible, but it cannot explain all the lost gas. This could also …

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Corona update: Florida sets a new one-day record; Panhandle hits record high in all three counties-News-Northwest Florida Daily

In Northwest Florida, Santa Rosa, Ocaloosa and Bay County surged in new cases last Friday, with Santa Rosa leading three. During the outbreak of coronavirus, this content was provided free of charge to our readers as a public service. Please subscribe to “Northwest Florida Daily News” to support local journalism. Florida continued to maintain a rapid growth of coronavirus cases …

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Scientists say a huge star mysteriously disappeared

astronomer It seems that a huge star has mysteriously disappeared from a distant galaxy. The star is part of the Goldenman dwarf galaxy (also known as PHL 293B). This galaxy is about 75 million light-years away from Earth. It is located in Aquarius. The constellation is “a group of stars that form stars specific Shape in space,” NASA said. In …

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How the mask structure and materials effectively control coughing and sneezing droplets

The smallest breathing droplets leaked from a mask made using a folded handkerchief. Despite the leakage, the diffusion of droplets is greatly hindered compared to not using a mask. Image source: Siddhartha Verma, Manhar R. Dhanak and John Frankenfield The coughing and sneezing simulated by the mannequins showed higher efficacy in the multi-layered cloth mask. Although in the current situation, …

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NASA, China and UAE plan to send missions to Mars in July

From July, when the mission to Mars can be easily sent across the interplanetary bay, the window will open. If all goes well, three such missions performed by NASA, China and the United Arab Emirates will leave Earth for the Red Planet. The number of launch missions and their complexity illustrate the importance of Mars to space exploration policy providers. …

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