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Mars 2020 Mission Is Back on Track after Break

The 2020 Perseverance mission, which has been scheduled and produced by the North American Space Agency, has just resumed its regular operations this Friday after temperatures below what was expected have made the spacecraft go into its special safe mood just a little while after it launched, successfully, from Cape Canaveral. Expert’s Opinion on the Mission Matt Wallace, who is the deputy project manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, explained that, with the safe mode exit, the entire team has gotten down to the business of interplanetary cruise.  He then…

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Astronomers Believe that Numerous Black Holes Could Be Hiding in Plain Sight

No other cosmic object has triggered the attention and curiosity of scientists so much as the black hole. There’s no wonder why, though – imagine an invisible structure able to suck in pretty much everything with its infinite gravity, even light itself. The incredible gravity even allows time to stop, which is another mind-boggling feature of these cosmic objects. You don’t have to be Einstein’s reincarnation to figure out that you shouldn’t plan any trips to a black hole if you care about your life. Luckily enough, all the discovered…

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New Atomtromic Devices Breaks the Divide Between Our World and the Quantum World

There is a new device out there that is completely rocking the physics community. It relies entirely on flowing clouds of extremely cold atoms and it can potentially lead to tests of the intersection between the peculiar quantum world and the macroscopic world that we know too well and experience at every moment of our lives. The atomtronic Superconducting Quantum Interference Devices, also abbreviated as SQUID, can also be used for some of the extremely sensitive rotation measurements and even as part of quantum computers. The Physicists Behind It Changhyun…

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Planet 9 – Is It A Black Hole? New Telescope Data Might Have Found An Answer

Black holes and the mysteries around them have turned them into one of the hottest subjects of astronomy and astrophysics for a few decades now. Some of the most recent theories say that Planet 9 – the hypothetical 9th planet of our solar system, was possibly pulled by our solar system over its 4.6 billion-year-old age. The Study In a recent study, astronomers have formed a plan to discover black holes in the outer solar system with the Legacy Survey of Space and Time (LSST) mission. Thanks to LSST, the…

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Kodi vs. Plex – Which One Suits You Best?

Kodi and Plex are two great medial player software apps you can use on a daily basis. Both apps offer some cool features and genuine experiences, as well as friendly user interfaces and various tools and customization functions. The services have a lot in common, but they are also different; however, both Kodi and Plex have similar purposes. Because of this, choosing between them can sometimes be difficult. That’s why we decided to come up with a simple and straightforward comparison post to help you decide between the. Kodi –…

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Two Dancing Planets Have Been Identified in the Hercules Constellation

Astronomers have stumbled upon a magnificent discovery: they have identified two planets situated in a gravitational dance in the cosmos. The researchers that have made the discovery explain that these two are moving around with graceful, but strange movements, as they interact with both of their gravities. The planet couple was first observed as part of the WASP (Wide Area Search for Planets) international consortium. The two planets involved in this, WASP-148c and WASP-148b, currently orbit a star very similar to the Sun about 800 light-years away. This all happens…

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Scientists Uncover Blobs between Earth’s Core and Mantle

Pieces of incredibly dense, hot material are more widespread around Earth’s core than previously thought. A new technique of analyzing earthquake data has shown that there is much more of the continent-sized zones located at the boundary between the mantle and the core of our planet. For now, we do not exactly know what these blobs are. They could be molten iron leaking from Earth’s actual core, magma, or perhaps something else. A more complete, detailed map of the exact location of these blobs could still give us a better…

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There Might Have Been Alien Life on Earth

There is one question that has preoccupied the human race for a very long time. Governments, scientists and pop culture have all wondered if there are aliens in the Universe. It is impossible to say what is scarier: to be completely alone out there or to know that we are sharing the Universe with another form of life. In 2017, a US space scientist made an incredible claim: advanced forms of life could be a reality, but they disappeared a very long time ago. The man behind this claim is…

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PS5 Has Finally Been Revealed

Sony has finally revealed its next-generation console, the PlayStation 5, which was anxiously awaited by gamers all over the world. After almost an hour of PS5 game unveils during the PS5 live event that took place yesterday, the tech giant has revealed the console’s hardware design.   The PS5 comes with a white-and-black design to match the brand new controller that will be included in the box. Among the games revealed by Sony, there were some exclusive titles such as Rocket League / Twisted Metal hybrid Destruction Allstars, a Pixar-looking action-adventure…

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The Upcoming Alaska Tsunami Threat

Scientists have declared on Thursday that climate change has an enormous impact on the Alaskan environment. An increased risk of a huge landslide would probably result in a catastrophic tsunami in one of Alaska’s fjords. Warming temperatures have determined the retreat of a glacier that is responsible for supporting a steep slope in the Prince William Sound fjord, located at around 60 miles in the Eastern part of Anchorage. At this moment, only one-third of the slope is directly supported by ice. The scientists are warning that in the near…

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