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Corals larger than the Empire State Building found on the Great Barrier Reef

A coral reef 1,640 feet taller than the Empire State Building has just been discovered on the Great Barrier Reef for the first time in more than a century. The institute said that Australian scientists discovered the skyscraper-sized coral on October 20 while performing underwater mapping on the Falkor research ship of the Schmidt Institute of Oceanography. The ship is …

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NASA’s mission is to find water under the sun on the moon-CNN

NASA’s mission is to find water under the sun from the CNN moon NASA confirms that water has been found under the sun on the moon NASA telescope finds conclusive evidence of water on the moon CNET The morning after: NASA found water on Engadget under the sun on the moon NASA’s Boeing 747 airborne telescope SOFIA discovers water on …

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Engine failure delayed SpaceX’s return to the International Space Station

The manned mission of the International Space Station, originally scheduled to take off from the Kennedy Space Center on Halloween, has been postponed for at least a few weeks because NASA and SpaceX are investigating problems with the company’s Merlin rocket engine. However, no problems were actually found on the boosters scheduled to transport the four new crew members to …

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3D printing the first bionic tongue surface

The 3D printed female mold shows filamentous and fungal papilla holes.Credit: University of Leeds Scientists used 3-D printing technology for the first time to create a synthetic soft surface with a tongue-like texture, thereby providing new possibilities for testing the oral processing properties of food, nutrition technology, medicine and dry mouth therapy. British scientists led by the University of Leeds …

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NASA will launch OSIRIS-REx asteroid samples

Osiris-Rex’s mission was for scientists to help clarify the origin of our solar system, but it encountered obstacles after collecting too many samples from asteroids NASA’s robotic spacecraft OSIRIS-REx will begin a detailed operation on Tuesday to store precious particles dug up from the asteroid Bennu, but they will leak into space when the flaps are wedged open. The mission …

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What will happen after the International Space Station?

From the outside, the design of the Axiom space station is very similar to the ISS. The cylindrical module has a diameter of about 15 meters and is connected to the workstation like a giant Tinker Toys. Suffredini said the reason for this is to take advantage of the aerospace industry’s familiarity with ISS. Thales Alenia Space, a European aerospace …

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Scientists say that the “fireball” that fell on the earth was full of primitive alien organic compounds

Scientists say that the fireball that fell on the earth in 2018 contains “primitive alien organic compounds” that can help us understand how life forms. The meteor arrived on Earth in January 2018 as a streaked fireball visible in the skies of the Midwestern United States. Scientists were able to track it using weather radar, and hunters picked up the …

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Top space stories of the week!

NASA tried to sample asteroids for the first time, and some countries were unwilling to sign the Artemis Agreement. Astronauts made efforts to repair the air leaks at the International Space Station. These are some of the hot news from Space.com this week. The astronaut tried to make up for the leak in the space station. The International Space Station …

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How paleontologists pieced together the bizarre story of whale evolution

On February 19, 2011, a rare humpback whale was found off the coast of Sri Lanka.Photo: Navodya Ekanayake / Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0 (flipped horizontally Wire Science). On a cool morning in November 1973, paleontologist Vijay Prakash Mishra dug fossils on the flat-topped hills of Kutch, Gujarat. “There are reports that the skulls are large, but no one actually …

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