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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Hubble’s advanced camera for surveys identified a number of ultra-distant galaxy clusters, allowing us to probe whether dark energy is a cosmological constant or not. These ultra-distant clusters display star-formation rates far greater than the clusters we observe today. Despite how wondrous this image is, it
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Black holes are vast, matter-annihilating objects that seem to defy physics by their very existence. They’re so weird, that when Albert Einstein’s equations first predicted the existence of these beasts, he didn’t believe they could actually be real. And you can’t really blame him, because the idea that we have these singularities of space-time intent
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The future of connectivity depends on a big idea: unlaunched constellations of inexpensive satellites. SpaceX got one step closer to that dream on Nov. 16. That’s when the Federal Communications Commission granted approval for the launch of 7,518 satellites. Elon Musk muses that he founded SpaceX to make a small fortune. The punchline is that he started
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A mother and baby orangutan holding hands and snugglingGetty The animal kingdom never ceases to amaze, delight and occasionally horrify us. Evolution, it should be abundantly clear, is almost endlessly inventive. Here are some of the most bizarre and awesome zoological discoveries of 2018. I’m not even going to pretend that this list is definitive.
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WASHINGTON — A cyberattack that may have compromised information about current and former NASA employees is only the latest sign of ongoing information security problems that have plagued the agency for years. In a Dec. 18 memo to NASA employees, Bob Gibbs, assistant administrator for the office of human capital management, said that the agency
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FILE PHOTO: The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, scheduled to launch a U.S. Air Force navigation satellite, sits on Launch Complex 40 after the launch was postponed after an abort procedure was triggered by the onboard flight computer, at Cape Canaveral, Florida, U.S., December 18, 2018. REUTERS/Steve Nesius/File Photo (Reuters) – A SpaceX rocket carrying a
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