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A prehistoric massive owl with ‘hunting legs’ discovered

Paleontologists have identified a fossil of the 55-year-old owl that had talons like a hawk, according to a newly published study. Research tells the tale of Poliotauros Primoptynx, a creature nearly 20 inches in length and comparable in size to modern snowflakes. The fossilized remains were excavated from the Bighorn Basin in Wyoming in 1990, and are one of the …

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Astronomers may have found a Missing Neutron Star Missing Decades

In February 1987, the sky lit up. In the Great Magellanic Cloud, 167,644 light-years away, astronomers watched as a massive star died in a spectacular supernova, closest to Earth in hundreds of years. But when the fireworks died, something was missing. There was no sign of the neutron star that should have been left behind. Now, 33 years later, astronomers …

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Astronomers observe bright butterfly fly in deep space

Astronomers have spotted a “butterfly” in deep space. The gas bubble, known as NGC 2899, was observed between 3,000 and 6,500 light-years away, in the southern constellation Vela (The Sails). It has two central stars, which astronomers believe could give it “its nearly symmetrical appearance,” the researchers wrote in a note on the Southern European Observatory website. “It seems to …

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‘Father of Space’ joke: NASA astronauts make dizzying calls after historic SpaceX splash

NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley returned from orbit with their senses of humor intact. duet sprayed in the Gulf of Mexico near Pensacola, Florida, on Sunday (August 2), completing the historic SpaceX Demo-2 mission to the International Space Station. Behnken and Hurley had little time to kill as they waited for recovery crews to fish and inspect their …

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New type of bacteria found in Jamaica Plain – living on solar panels in Arboretum

Me adamg Monday, 08/03/2020 – 2:03 pm The Harvard newspaper reports that a researcher has discovered a new bacterium in solar panels above the Hnewell building of Arnold Arboretum. The new type is marked by the presence of multicolored carotenoid pigments and an affinity for solar radiation, high temperatures, limited nutrients and bleaching. This combination may be hard to find …

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The drone catches a massive whale and calf with surfers

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Scientists publish first study of mysterious rapid event of radio explosion in Milky Way

A dead star 14,350 light-years away has just become the most important key in solving the mystery of rapid radio bursts. Earlier this year, it erupted a colossal, millisecond-long radio flame – and now the first published analysis of the event reveals its resemblance to extragalactic enigmatic signals. Rapid radio batteries (FRBs) are a mystery that has puzzled astronomers since …

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