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How do atoms quickly slide through the ghostly obstacles?

In 1927, To understand how atoms combine to form molecules, German physicist Friedrich Hund discovered one of the most fascinating aspects of quantum mechanics. He discovered that under certain conditions, atoms, electrons and other small particles in nature can pass through physical barriers, which would confuse macroscopic objects and move through walls like ghosts. According to these rules, the captured …

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Coronavirus: Cracking the secret of how bats survive the virus

Image copyright Olivier Fassi illustrate Larger mouse-eared bats catch insects in flight Scientists have deciphered the genetic blueprint of six bats in the world. Their life rules contain genetic clues to their “abnormal immunity” that can protect them from deadly viruses. Researchers hope to use this information to decipher the secret of how bats carry the coronavirus without getting sick. …

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Astronomers directly image giant exoplanets around two stars as young as the sun Astronomy-Sci-News.com

Astronomers directly image giant exoplanets around two stars as young as the sun Astronomy Sci-News.com The first image of a multi-planetary system around a sun-like star Phys.org A multi-planetary system surrounding a sun-like star, this is the first time Space.com has photographed VLT captured the orbits of two large exoplanets that orbit young stars like the sun Astronomers discovered for …

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Astronomers released the largest picture of the universe in history

New matrix After more than two decades of work, a large team of astronomers has unveiled their mystery: this is the most comprehensive map of the universe ever. The map can be traced back to the history of the universe 12 billion years ago, The internet report. To build it, astronomers relied on data from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey …

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American humans 30,000 years ago were much earlier than imagined

Paris (AFP) Scientists said on Wednesday that tools excavated from a cave in central Mexico are strong evidence that humans lived in North America at least 30,000 years ago, 15,000 years earlier than previously thought. In two studies published in the journal Nature, they discovered artifacts including 1,900 types of stone tools, and humans occupied the high-altitude Chikivet caves in …

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Is it a bird or an airplane? Not Superman, but a flapping drone

Associate Professor Liu Jiqiang, a mechanical engineer, took a photo with the drone prototype. Image courtesy: National Chiao Tung University The prototype of the world’s fastest flying bird aerobatic drone developed by an international team of engineers is the latest example of biologically inspired flight. Research teams from Singapore, Australia, China and Taiwan have designed a 26-gram flying helicopter (flapping …

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Engineer introduces the world’s first “non-cuttable” metal material

Researchers in the United Kingdom and Germany designed a metal that they described as the world’s first man-made “uncutable” material. This material, called Proteus, produces sharp tools that make it “sand dust”, which dulls the blade like sandpaper. The material has many potential uses, from security doors to bicycle locks. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Meet Proteus: the …

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On the 1st anniversary of Chandrayaan-2’s launch, ISRO said that all 8 loads performed well

File photo of Chandrayaan-2, India’s second lunar mission, taken from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh from the GSLV Mk III-M1 carrier rocket. ISRO said that according to the mission plan, global mapping of the moon’s surface and polar coverage is being carried out, and the scientific data of Chandrayaan-2 will be publicly released in October. PTI …

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