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The ADRAS-J satellite, designed to combat space debris, has entered orbit and traveled to its destination

On February 18, Rocket Lab successfully launched the ADRAS-J satellite of the Japanese company Astroscale into space using the Electron rocket. ADRAS-J is a demonstration satellite that is intended to serve as the basis for future efforts to clean u...

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The Intuitive Machines lunar lander has sent home its first images from space

The space apparatus Nova-C from Intuitive Machines, which was sent into space on the 15th of February, has sent the first incredible images of Earth. It captured them while still not far away from the planet on its way to the Moon. Earlier, the compa...

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A scientific journal illustrated the article with an artificial intelligence-generated rat "with a disproportionately large genitalia"

This week the scientific journal Frontiers in Cell and Development Biology published a study that used fake images created with Midjourney, one of the most popular AI image generators. The open-access article explores the relationship between stem ...

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$1.2 billion investment, nearly 10 years and 121 g of "production" ─ the result of a mission to the asteroid Bennu

NASA has revealed the total mass of samples from the asteroid Bennu that were brought to Earth last fall. So, the weight of the "loot" amounts to 121.6 g. At first glance, the sample may seem quite small. Especially considering the huge efforts that...

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Google will use artificial intelligence and satellite imagery to monitor methane emissions

The company partners with the Environmental Defense Fund to help fight climate change, reports Engadget. Despite the fact that carbon dioxide gets most of the attention when it comes to global warming, other factors cannot be ignored. According to t...

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Heart Institute researchers say Taylor Swift's music could help save lives

The singer's songs have the optimal tempo for effective chest compression during cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation is an urgent medical procedure aimed at restoring the vital functions of the body and bringing it out of a ...

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Geophysicists have found a giant Stone Age structure at the bottom of the Baltic Sea - probably the oldest in Europe

A kilometer-long giant stone wall was probably built 11,000 years ago and used for hunting deer. In 2021, Jakob Giersen, a geophysicist from the Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research, took his students for training to the coast of the Baltic Sea...

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Collins Aerospace tested NASA's new spacesuit in microgravity conditions

Generation new spacesuits are planned to be used on the International Space Station. NASA spent over 15 years developing spacesuits independently before outsourcing the design of space suits in 2022. One such suit was developed by the private compan...

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A black hole from our galaxy is spinning so fast that it warps space-time into a "soccer ball"

An enormous monster lurks at the center of the Milky Way, and now astronomers have discovered that it spins so fast that it turns spacetime itself into the shape of a football. According to Einstein's general theory of relativity, mass warps spaceti...

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"Voyager 1 lost in deep space due to memory error

The NASA spacecraft "Voyager-1" is lost in deep space. According to the space agency, this happened due to a memory error in the Flight Data System (FDS) onboard system. Apparently, the energy-dependent memory failed during the extensive time spent i...

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PACE is NASA's new climate mission studying microplankton and aerosols from space

The satellite will help scientists from the space agency assess the "health" of the World Ocean, climate change, and air quality. The PACE (Plankton, Aerosol, Cloud, ocean Ecosystem) mission will study microscopic plants and particles, invisible to ...

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What is written in the Herculaneum Scrolls? Artificial intelligence has deciphered the first complete text

Almost 2000 years ago, the eruption of Vesuvius "baked" ancient Roman Herculaneum, burying a huge library under a 20-meter layer of ash - some scrolls were eventually uncovered, but most remained "unreadable" until today, when artificial intelligence...

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Scientists say the Earth may have been flat - but a long, long time ago.

Flat-earthers may have been right about something, but they were billions of years late. Scientists from the University of Central Lancashire in a new study found that newly formed planets can take on a flat shape before "rounding out." It is known ...

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Japan's SLIM probe sent this creepy photo from the moon before going into two weeks of "hibernation"

The module that landed on the Moon last month has entered a two-week "hibernation" period, from which it may not return. The long-awaited landing of the Japanese lunar exploration device on January 20 was marked by SLIM flipping more than necessary—...

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European space agency ESA has sent a metal 3D printer from Airbus to the ISS

The European Space Agency ESA has sent the first metal 3D printer to the ISS, which will be used in space. The Cygnus NG-20 mission, carrying a 180 kg printer, launched on Tuesday and is expected to arrive at the ISS on Thursday. Astronaut Andreas M...

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