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NASA Reveals Mystery At the serve of Big Dusky Convey Found on Jupiter

NASA Reveals Mystery At the serve of Big Dusky Convey Found on Jupiter

The pictures were captured by Juno on September 12, while participating in its 22nd perijove, or close encounter, with Jupiter. NASA's Juno spacecraft captures Jupiter's southern hemisphere, as the spacecraft performed its 13th close flyby of Jupiter. (Image: Reuters) A few days ago, the JunoCam onboard NASA’s Juno spacecraft got success in capturing some of…
Heat wave from Pacific Ocean poses menace to Hawaiian corals

Heat wave from Pacific Ocean poses menace to Hawaiian corals

Lingering Pacific heat wave threatens Hawaii coral. At the edge of an ancient lava flow where jagged black rocks meet the Pacific, small off-the-grid homes overlook the calm blue waters of Papa Bay on Hawaii’s Big Island — no tourists or hotels in sight. Here, one of the islands’ most abundant and vibrant coral reefs…
NASA’s InSight Detected Some Unfamiliar Magnetic Pulses On Mars

NASA’s InSight Detected Some Unfamiliar Magnetic Pulses On Mars

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How gliding animals gorgeous-tuned the principles of evolution

How gliding animals gorgeous-tuned the principles of evolution

UNSW researchers show gliding animals are an evolutionary surprise because their innovation did not lead to a proliferation of new adaptive forms. A study of gliding animals has challenged the idea that evolutionary innovations – adaptations that bring new abilities and advantages – spur the origin of other new body types and other characteristics in…
Fossilised stays of large prehistoric creature with 20ft wingspan realized embedded in cliffs on Isle of Wight

Fossilised stays of large prehistoric creature with 20ft wingspan realized embedded in cliffs on...

THE FOSSILISED remains of a giant prehistoric creature with a wingspan of at least 20ft have been found embedded in cliffs on the Isle of Wight. The giant pterosaur fossil, known as Hatzegopteryx, lived about 125 million years ago and could be one of the biggest species ever to fly. 1 The giant pterosaur could…
As Arctic Sea Ice Disappears, What Happens to Ecosystems?

As Arctic Sea Ice Disappears, What Happens to Ecosystems?

In winter 2018, the sea ice extent in the Bering Sea reached the lowest levels observed since 1850, when records began. By late April, warm, southerly winds left sea ice levels at just 10% of the 1981–2010 average for that time of year. In recent research, scientists studied how the unprecedentedly low ice cover affected…
2 NASA astronauts advise for first-ever all female spacewalk

2 NASA astronauts advise for first-ever all female spacewalk

The March 29 spacewalk is likely to last about seven hours, but NASA has not yet specified what tasks the two astronauts will perform. world Updated: Mar 08, 2019 15:14 IST NASA astronauts Anne McClain and Christina Koch will share the credit of performing the spacewalk at the International Space Station, CNN reported.(AFP) Two NASA…
How attain you eliminate fruit flies?

How attain you eliminate fruit flies?

The weather might be getting colder, but fruit flies still seem to be sticking around in many homes. Social media has been buzzing about the pesky bugs, and there are several theories on the best way to get rid of them. For those unaware, fruit flies are small insects – about 2.5 millimetres to 4…
Mass. part of NASA mission

Mass. part of NASA mission

“We're going to utilize the resources of the moon in order to learn how to live and work on another world," said NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine. When NASA launches its next mission taking astronauts to the moon and then to Mars for deep space exploration, Massachusetts will have had a hand in making that happen.At…
Nanaimo Astronomy Society customer will discuss about array of antennas

Nanaimo Astronomy Society customer will discuss about array of antennas

Gerald Schieven, a senior research officer at National Research Council Herzberg in Victoria, is the guest speaker at Nanaimo Astronomy Society’ s September meeting. Photo submitted Guest speaker tells about working with 16-kilometre radio observatory in Chile It takes a really big telescope to see the fine details of the universe. Nanaimo Astronomy Society’s September…

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