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Researchers unlock secrets of the past with the new international standard of carbon dating – HeritageD Daily

The radiocarbon encounter is set to become more accurate than ever after an international team of scientists improved the technique for estimating the age of historic sites. The team of researchers at the Universities of Sheffield, Belfast, Bristol, Glasgow, Oxford, St Andrews and Historic England, plus international colleagues, used measurements from almost 15,000 samples from objects dating back up to …

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NASA releases laser beams on the Moon – For the first time, they received a signal return

Artist Recruitment from NASA’s Lunar Reconstruction Orbiter. Credit: NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center Dozens of times over the last decade NASA scientists have emitted a laser beam at a reflector the size of an unclean novel about 240,000 miles (385,000 kilometers) away from Earth. They announced today, in collaboration with their French colleagues, that they received the signal for the …

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Incredible Views of Mars Reconstruction in the Craters Orbiter, Devils Dust and Avalanches on the Red Planet

Five photos taken by the HiRISE camera aboard the NASA Mars Reconciliation Orbiter, which was launched 15 years ago, on August 12, 2005. Along with being a rich source of research images, the MCO studies atmospheric temperatures, underground colleagues with radar and detects minerals on the planet’s surface. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / University of Arizona Marking its 15th anniversary …

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NASA telescope reveals the cause of the mysterious darkening of Betelgeuse

Betelgeuse will go to the supernovae and explode … eventually. THAT in Para Times, when coronavirus once he started his fiery march across the globe, our problems were far away. About 640 light years away, actually. Astronomers who observe Betelgeuse, a supergiant red star, had been puzzled by its mysterious obscurity. Some believed the event, which lasted from November 2019 …

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New type of taste cell discovered in the taste buds

Most taste cells respond selectively to a specific type of stimulus while responsibly cells broadly respond to multiple taste qualities. Credit: Jhanna Flora and Kathryn Medler Our mouths may be home to a newly discovered group of highly demanding taste cells that – unlike the most popular taste cells, which detect individual tastes – are capable of detecting sour, sweet, …

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This is when the Earth will no longer be able to retain its digital data

Digital content is on track with equal to half the mass of the Earth by 2245, according to new research. Research by Dr Melvin Vopson, a senior lecturer at the University of Portsmouth in the UK, highlights the physics of information creation and the storage requirements of large amounts of digital data. “Assuming that the current growth trends in digital …

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Astronomers find the “Milky Way apparently” 12 billion light-years away

Billions of light years from Earth, a galaxy for children which is surprisingly similar to ours, is drowsiness, surprisingly calm and unbearable, scientists said in the study published Wednesday. Scientists said the discovery has changed their understanding of how galaxies form. MA ALMA (ESO / NAOJ / NRAO), Rizzo et al. original-4.jpg The galaxy, called SPT0418-47, is located 12 billion …

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The X-37B Air Force space aircraft wins the aeronautical award

The National Aeronautics Association awarded the Boeing X-37B the Robert J. Collier Trophy 2019. WASHINGTON – The U.S. Air Force X-37B autonomous space has won the 2019 Collier Trophy, awarded annually by the National Aeronautics Association for U.S. achievements in aviation and space, the NAA announced Aug. 13. The X-37B was one of nine candidates to include NASA’s Space Space …

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Researchers design an efficient low-cost system for overnight energy production

Researchers have designed a low-cost modular energy source that uses radiant cooling to efficiently produce energy for lighting at night. Credit: Lingling Fan and Wei Li, Stanford University Researchers have designed a low-cost modular energy source that can produce energy efficiently at night. The system uses commercially available technology and can ultimately help meet the need for night lighting in …

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