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Nobody has claimed ownership of the mysterious rocket that recently crashed on the moon

Nobody has claimed ownership of the mysterious rocket that recently crashed on the moon

Last week, NASA reported that its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter photographed a strange double crater on the Moon that was caused by a crashing rocket in March. Even as of today, nobody on Earth has claimed ownership of the rocket. Maybe on NASA forthcoming Artemis lunar mission, they can send someone to the crash site to …

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Rise of the dinosaurs traced back to their adaptation to cold | Dinosaurs

Fossil hunters have traced the rise of the dinosaurs back to the freezing winters the beasts endured while roaming around the far north. Footprints of the animals and stone deposits from north-west China suggest dinosaurs became adapted to the cold in polar regions before a mass extinction event paved the way for their reign at …

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Cern scientists restart hunt for answers to mysteries of universe

The world’s biggest particle accelerator will be fired up again next week as scientists resume research into the mysteries of the universe after a three-year shutdown for work to improve the machine’s power and precision. The restart of the Large Hadron Collider at the Cern laboratory near Geneva coincides with the 10th anniversary of the …

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Is Something Else Hidden at the Center of the Milky Way?

In this illustration, stars are seen to be in close orbit around the supermassive black hole that lurks at the center of the Milky Way, known as Sagittarius A* (Sgr A*). Credit: International Gemini Observatory/NOIRLab/NSF/AURA/J. da Silva/(Spaceengine), Acknowledgment: M. Zamani (NSF’s NOIRLab)[2]Precise Insights into the Supermassive Black Hole in the Milky Way’s Heart Astronomers use …

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China says it has photographed all of Mars from orbit • The Register

China is claiming that as of Wednesday, its Tianwen-1 Mars orbiter has officially photographed the entire Red Planet. And it’s shown off new photos of the southern polar cap and a volcano to prove it. “It has acquired the medium-resolution image data covering the whole globe of Mars, with all of its scientific payloads realizing …

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Solar storm could hit Earth TODAY as ‘crack’ opens in Earth’s magnetosphere | Science | News

Over the weekend, the Earth was hit by a geomagnetic storm, that shocked scientists as unlike other solar storms, this one did not appear to originate from a solar flare. Usually, these storms occur due to major explosions that place on the surface of the Sun, which are referred to as solar flares. These flares …

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Satellite snaps gorgeous 4K selfie over Great Barrier Reef

A new spacecraft selfie shows the machine in glorious 4K resolution above Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. NanoAvionics, a satellite company based in the United States and United Kingdom, released a high-definition video (opens in new tab) from space Wednesday (June 28) showing their MP42 microsatellite (opens in new tab) flying 342 miles (550 km) above …

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