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Russia is considering handing over the International Space Station to its own space station

For more than two decades, the International Space Station (ISS) has been a cooperative research ship for astronauts around the world. Scientific experiments carried out on permanent manned spacecraft are regarded as part of future exploration and even laid the foundation for breakthroughs on Earth. The International Space Station program is not only a research laboratory, it is also hailed …

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Russia decides whether to withdraw from the International Space Station

There is a reason why the International Space Station has its name. During its many years of operation, the Orbital Laboratory has received astronauts from all over the world. With the installation of new hardware on the spacecraft, its functions have been continuously enhanced, and a lot of scientific work has been done there. Over the years, the two main …

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Three space station crew members return home on the Soyuz spacecraft-NASA

Three space station crew members returned home on the Soyuz space shuttle (NASA) Soyuz MS-17 leaves the station and returns to the grasslands of Kazakhstan-NASASpaceFlight.com NASASpaceflight.com Scene: Crew return to Earth from Reuters NASA astronaut Kate Rubins and Russian astronauts return to Earth The crew bid farewell to the International Space Station and closes the hatch of the spacecraft View …

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The study found that about 2.5 billion Rex (T. Rex) roamed the earth, but did not roam immediately: “This is really jaw-dropping.”

A Tyrannosaurus seems scary enough. Now imagine 2.5 billion of them. A new study found that this is how many ferocious dinosaur kings roamed the earth over the course of millions of years. According to a study published in the journal Science on Thursday, a research team at the University of California, Berkeley used calculations based on body size, sexual …

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Experts say that the neck of a large flying pterosaur is longer than that of a giraffe.dinosaur

The pterosaur was one of the first vertebrates to learn to fly, and is often regarded as the cool cousin of the infamous Tyrannosaurus rex. Now, scientists have discovered the 10 billion-year secret to the success of flying pterosaurs: The neck is longer than a giraffe. Paleontologists at the University of Portsmouth were puzzled by how the giant flying ultralong …

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Noise can be detrimental to plant life-even after the noise is eliminated it will last for several years

Pinyon pine seedlings were counted during the vegetation survey.Image Courtesy: Sarah Termondt Photography Although noise may change humans in an instant, it has a more lasting effect on trees and plants. A new Cal Poly study shows that even if noise is eliminated, human noise pollution will affect the diversity of plants in the ecosystem. This is the first study …

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