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Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites bombard Comet Neowise in a stunning image of a photograph

© SpaceX; Kevork Djansezian / Getty; Business Insider Elon Musk plans to orbit the Earth with Starlink satellites to provide global high-speed, low-speed global service. SpaceX; Kevork Djansezian / Getty; Business Insider Elon Musk’s rising satellite star has sent bright spots of light across the night sky around the world. Even the largest comet to cross Earth in 25 years …

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‘Giant atoms’ enable quantum processing and communication into one

Credit: CC0 Public Domain MIT researchers have introduced a quantum computing architecture that can perform low-error quantum calculations while also rapidly distributing quantum information between processors. The work represents a major breakthrough towards a complete quantum computing platform. Prior to this discovery, small-scale quantum processors had successfully performed tasks at a rate exponentially faster than that of classical computers. However, …

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Solar System Exploration – New York Times

Three missions to Mars this summer – from NASA, China and the UAE – will join dozens active and inactive spacecraft spacecraft beyond Earth orbit. Spaceships orbiting the Sun. Solar orbiters set out in February to study the sun and its poles. Parker solar test skims the edge of our star. STEREO A and STEREO B track solar storms. Tesla …

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Photobomb Elon Musk’s Starlink internet photobomb Comet Neowise

Elon Musk’s rising satellite star has sent bright spots of light across the night sky around the world. Even the largest comet to cross Earth in 25 years was not spared. A stunning photo showing Neowise in comets behind those rays of light shows how easily satellites can maintain observations of distant objects in space. A Starlink satellite train passes …

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Earth turns to snow after heavy rain on surface of sunlight – Newsweek

The earth turned to snow after a big drop in sunlight reaching Newsweek to the surface A dip in incoming sunlight may have caused ‘Snowball Earths’ Phys.org A drop in sunlight may have caused “Snowy Lands” Astrobiology News Earth turned into a 700-million-year-old gathering ahead due to low sun news18 See full coverage in Google News Source link

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Hungarian researchers accidentally create ‘strong fish’

Hungarian researchers trying to keep Russian sturgeons and American dish fish in captivity to help their impoverished numbers inadvertently created what the internet is calling a “sturddlefish,” a hybrid version of two freshwater denizens. The species, discovered in the July 6 issue of Genes magazine, was accidentally created through a process called gynecogenesis, which is a form of asexual production …

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Scientists discover giant Megaripple structures moving across Mars

For the first time, scientists have observed that the ‘megaripples’ on Mars – large waves of sand seen on the Martian surface – are moving structures, not ancient relics stuck in place since the distant past of the Red Planet. Megaripples, which also occur in deserts on Earth, are generally larger than smaller sandy bushes, and consist of thicker sand …

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