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The dwarf planet Ceres has a secret sea ocean

The dwarf Ceres is displayed in a false color, and the “occupier crater” is visible.image: NASA / JPL-CalTech / UCLA / MPS / DLR / IDA Scientists attribute the mysterious bright spot on Ceres, the largest object in the main asteroid belt, to the huge salt water reservoir beneath the crust of the dwarf planet. The underground ocean is what …

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Perseid meteor shower 2020 weather forecast: This is the highest peak in the United States tonight!

Perseus 2020 Take the stunning 2020 Perseid Meteor Shower photos? let us know! Send pictures and comments to spacephotos@space.com. If you plan to spend the whole night trying to understand the peak of tonight in 2020 Perseid meteor shower, Your local sky conditions will play a decisive role in what you see. Are there any visible “shooting stars”? Or was …

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SpaceX’s 100th mission may break an incredible reusable record

SpaceX may take another step in its plan to reuse space rockets. The company is expected to send the eleventh batch of Starlink satellites in mid-August, sending 58 spacecraft from Cosmodrome 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Base in Florida. Previously, the company had previously completed the Starlink mission in June, and after that, the mission is also expected to …

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Scientists describe “horror” crocodiles with teeth “banana-sized”

To borrow Sisqó’s quote-these prehistoric crocodiles “dumped garbage like trucks.” Paleontologists are revealing new details about an ancient reptile that is described as having the size of a city bus-up to 33 feet long-and having “banana-sized” teeth. According to the study author, the Deinosuchus species once roamed the United States, and it literally means “terror crocodile.” During the rule of …

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The Hubble Space Telescope has observed the first lunar eclipse

The Toronto-Hubble Space Telescope observed a lunar eclipse for the first time, providing a close-up example of how astronomers will look for signs of life on Earth-like planets in the distant solar system. Scientists at the European Space Agency (ESA) announced on Thursday that space telescopes can use the moon as a mirror to reflect sunlight, thereby capturing the ultraviolet …

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This huge sunspot turned to earth may be bad news

Author: Technology Taiwan | Updated: August 10 2020 9:20:41 AM Solar flares are the result of huge explosions caused by changes in the magnetic field on sunspots (Source: NASA) If you think that 2020 is full of bad news, then there will be a huge sunspot on the sun that will turn to our planet, which may cause strong flares. …

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NASA satellite reveals the full extent of Beirut’s destruction – BGR

After the explosion last week, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) analyzed data from satellite imagery to show the true extent of the damage to Beirut. By comparing the images before and after, the system can detect where the most serious damage occurred. Such a map can help emergency responders direct resources to areas where there are still survivors …

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These Jurassic marine creatures have spent decades in the ocean on rafts. How is this done

The town of Lyme Regis in England is part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. In the 1830s, William Buckland was famous for discovering the first dinosaur, Giant dragon, Collected fossils with another pioneering paleontologist Mary Anning (Mary Anning). One of their discoveries was fossilized cannabinoid residues, sometimes referred to as “crinids.” These flower-like animals are close relatives of …

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