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Scientists follow genome of "devil's worm"

H. Mephisto. (microscopic image, magnified 200x) John Bracht, American University When scientists discovered the worm deep in the aquifer almost one mile below the ground, they greeted it as a discovery of the deepest living animal ever found. Now scientists from the American University, reporting in Nature Communications sequenced the genome of a unique animal, known as the "Devil Worm", …

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This transforming robot can be fired directly from the gun

Drones are extremely useful machines in the air, but lifting and flying can be difficult, especially in crowded, windy or emergency scenarios when speed is a factor. But a group of scientists from Caltech University and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory came up with an elegant and oh-so entertaining solution: shoot the damn thing out of the gun. in the air …

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NASA finds sugar in meteorites that hit Earth

An international team of scientists discovered "biologically important" sugars in meteorites that also contain other biologically important compounds in a NASA press release on Tuesday. Asteroids – rocky objects near Earth that orbit the sun – are the parent bodies of most meteorites. The theory suggests that chemical reactions in asteroids can create some of the elements essential to life. …

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"Missing" Neutron Star Hidden in Supernova After 32-Year Search

A neutron star, shrouded in gas and dust from an exploded star, played the winning stealth game. University of Cardiff When a giant star exploded in a supernova 32 years ago, it was supposed to leave an incredibly dense, collapsed nucleus known as the neutron star. A huge explosion called Supernova 1987A, however, dispersed gas and dust into space like …

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StarX satellites from SpaceX talk to the observations of stellar observers. Astronomers say "they're not cool!"

Clarae Martínez-Vázquez, astronomer at the Cerro Tololo Interamerican Observatory in Coquimbe, Chile, tweeted that bright light reflected by satellites interfered with the high-performance camera used to observe other galaxies. "Wow! I'm shocked! A huge amount of Starlink satellites went through our sky tonight at [the observatory]," she said. "There were 19 of them seriously affected by our DECam exposure! The …

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Saturn Moon Titan is much like the Earth, discovering new research

Thinking of the moon, you can think of a rocky, crater-filled desert surface with little to wander in your rover and collect rocks. While the Earth Moon is certainly the embodiment of the dead world, there are over 200 months in our solar system orbiting planets and asteroids. Fortunately for scientists, the universe is too creative to make all moons …

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The new Milky Way view illuminates the heart of our galaxy

The Murchison Widefield Array gives us a new look at the center of our Milky Way galaxy. Dr. Natasha Hurley-Walker (ICRAR / Curtin) and the GLEAM team If human eyes saw radio waves, space would look very different. A team of scientists used the Murchison Widefield Array in Australia to help people experience the wonders of our home galaxy from …

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