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افتراضي These are the Highest Resolution Images Ever Taken of the Sun's Surface

[COLOR=rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.87)]These are the Highest Resolution Images Ever Taken of the Sun's Surface

The National Solar Observatory has just released the highest resolution images and video ever taken of the sun's surface. The images, captured with the ...
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World's largest solar telescope produces never-before-seen image of our star

The Daniel K. Inouye Solar Telescope (DKIST), the world's largest solar telescope, captured its first image of the sun — the highest-resolution image of our star ...
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Nasa to send Solar Orbiter spacecraft to click photos of Sun's north and south poles

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Solar Orbiter – the Sun close-up

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Surprisingly warm water found on underside of Antarctica's 'Doomsday Glacier'

The underwater robot Icefin found unusually warm waters under Antarctica's "Doomsday Glacier."
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A Dangerous Florida-size Glacier is Melting from Bottom and the Scientists are Alarmed

Scientists in Antarctica have recorded, for the first time, unusually warm water beneath a glacier the size of Florida that is already melting and contributing to a ...
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Glowing green 'dunes' in the sky mesmerized skygazers. They turned out to be a new kind of aurora.

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Dunes: Citizen Scientists Find New Auroral Form In The Northern Skies

Aurora hobbyists discovered a previously unknown form of northern lights, named 'dunes' as the green-tinged cloud-like wavey patterns of the form resembled ...
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Boeing takes $410 million charge to cover potential additional commercial crew test flight

Boeing said Jan. 29 it is taking a $410 million charge to its earnings to cover a potential additional uncrewed test flight of its CST-100 Starliner.
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NASA Live: Earth Views from the Space Station

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Meteorite chunk contains unexpected evidence of presolar grains

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Scientists Have Found 'Surprising' Interstellar Material Older Than The Solar System

It crashed into Earth in 1969, ending an epic journey that had lasted for billions of years, and maybe even much longer than that. Inside this mysterious space ...
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Fossil Footprints Show Dinosaurs Braved South Africa's Land Of Lava

About 183 million years ago during the early part of the Jurassic Period, enormous amounts of lava flowed across the landscape in what is now South Africa, ...
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When Dinosaurs Left Tracks in a Land Consumed by Lava and Fire

Dozens of footprints left by dinosaurs and other creatures were left in what is now South Africa before the Gondwana supercontinent broke up.
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Everyone Has Neanderthal DNA in Their Genome, New Genetic Analysis Shows

A new kind of DNA analysis suggests that ancient humans came back to Africa and spread Neanderthal DNA around.
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New Process Turns Carbon-Based Trash Into 'Wonder Material' Graphene

Scientists have developed a new technique for turning almost any carbon-based rubbish – from banana skins to car tyres – into graphene flakes, a process that ...
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Acid in the Pacific Ocean is literally eating away crabs' shells

Researchers found that baby Dungeness crabs living in the most acidic coastal waters are smaller, weaker and at risk of losing their shells.
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No satellite crash: 2 pieces of space junk whiz safely by each other over Pittsburgh

Satellite operators, and everyone else who wants a safe and sustainable space environment, dodged a bullet Wednesday evening (Jan. 29).
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Chance Satellites Collide Above Pittsburgh Increases

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SpaceX launches fourth batch of Starlink satellites

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SpaceX successfully catches one fairing half from latest Starlink launch

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AI could trick us into thinking we have found aliens, scientists warn

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A new study suggests that artificial intelligence might trick us into thinking we see alien technosignatures where none exist.
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In Siberia discovered traces of the great March of the Neanderthals

Scientists were able to detect on the territory of Siberia traces of the presence here of the Neanderthals during the great trek. The relevant excavations have ...
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Ancient Stone Tools Found in Siberian Cave Turn Accepted Theories About Neanderthals on Their Head

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Study finds far higher than expected rate of underwater glacial melting

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Robotic kayaks reveal glaciers are melting much faster underwater

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Secrets of the Red Planet: Mystery of Mars' Polar Ice & Atmosphere Tackled by Scientists

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NASA's James Webb Space Telescope may miss March 2021 launch, GAO report says

A government report announced that NASA's James Webb Space Telescope team gives the project just a 12% chance of launching in March 2021.
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The Spitzer Space Telescope Ends Its Incredible Journey

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Robot kayaks find surprisingly fast tidewater glacier melting

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Get your resume ready: NASA looking for program director to lead its Mars Sample Return mission

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#EZScience Episode 4: The Path to Mars 2020

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"Never saw anything like this in my life. Crazy," said one eyewitness.
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The space junk problem just keeps getting worse

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An Earth-observation satellite scheduled to launch this fall was just named after Michael Freilich, who headed NASA's Earth Science division from 2006 to 2019.
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