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Spectacular timing and supercomputer upgrade could successfully predict volcanic eruptions

credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain In the fall of 2017, geology professor Patricia Gregg and her team set up a new…

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Using 3D Printing to Conquer Outer Space

20. Everyone has heard about the Space Race inth century. The war between the Soviet Union ended in 1975, but…

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As California’s big cities fail to cut back on their water use, rural communities are already out

Now, the eight-acre farm in West Goshen, Calif., which Briggs handed over to his son, Ryan, in the 1970s, is…

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A Planetary Breakup, Hercules Star Cluster, and the Lyra Constellation

Skywatchers in June will want to see the planets Saturn, Mars, Jupiter and Venus, the Hercules Cluster and the constellation…

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Atomic-scale window into superconductivity paves way for advanced new quantum materials

Illustration of Andreev reflection between a superconductor and an atomically sharp metal tip. credit: Aalto University / Jose Lado New…

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What John Rawls can teach us about governance in outer space

by Douglas Ligor and Luke J. Matthews 8 minutes Reading Outer space is becoming ever more dangerous and moreOvercrowded, Contested,…

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Sustainability is key for MotoGP™ as two wheels continue to set the standard Today is World Environment Day and the…

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Worldwide Hebridian DNA study to examine link between disease and genes

Researchers say the unique and distinct Hebridian gene pool could shed light on the causes of diseases such as stroke,…

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Privately Funded Assassin-Asteroid Spotter Is Here

in great shape , Visualizing the trajectory through the Solar System of asteroids discovered by the Asteroid Search Analysis and…

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Hubble Telescope Detects Farthest Star in Outer Space smart news

The Hubble Space Telescope detected Arendelle after coming home to a magnified streak of light magnified by a nearby galaxy….