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  • James Webb Space Telescope gazes into ‘The Brick,’ a dark nebula near the Milky Way’s heart

    The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has detected a substantial abundance of carbon-monoxide ice in a giant cloud of molecular gas, nicknamed “The Brick,” that sits near the center of our Milky Way galaxy. The Brick — which has a proper designation of G0.253+0.016 — resides in what astronomers refer to as the Central Molecular […] More

  • A Crucial Component of the SLS Rocket

    NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, recently achieved a significant milestone in the development of the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket. Engineers and technicians successfully installed the frangible joint assembly onto the launch vehicle stage adapter, a critical component that connects the core stage to the upper part of the rocket. The frangible […] More

  • New discovery unveils an additional layer of the CRISPR-Cas antiviral defense system

    The recent publication in Science by Mogila, Tamulaitiene et al. represents a continuation of the successful scientific research conducted by Gintautas Tamulaitis’ group. In this study, the Vilnius University researchers using bioinformatic analysis, biochemical, and structural studies characterized a novel family of effector proteins, named Cami1. They showed that when a virus attacks a bacterium, […] More

  • Solar flares prompt aurora alert and “Geomagnetic Storm Warning” •

    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC), a key division of the National Weather Service, is currently keeping a close eye on the Sun following several significant solar events. These events have led to concerns about a strong geomagnetic storm, prompting the issuance of a Geomagnetic Storm Watch. November 28 […] More

  • The Hubble Has Broken Down Again

    Will it survive this time? Roto Scope NASA’s aging Hubble Space Telescope is in “safe mode” due to a recurrent technical issue that’s taken the 30-something craft offline. In a press release, the space agency admitted that Hubble automatically entered safe mode on November 29 because one of its three gyroscopes, which determine which way […] More

  • Redwoods Surprise Scientists With a Survival Tactic

    You don’t survive up to 2,000 years without learning a trick or two, and ancient redwoods in California have revealed one of theirs to researchers. Some of the trees that were thought to have been damaged beyond repair during 2020 wildfires in Big Basin Redwoods State Park are showing signs of life, and a […] More

  • Lost City: Scientists uncover underwater marvel: Exploring ‘Lost City’ beneath Atlantic Ocean

    In a mesmerizing discovery beneath the Atlantic Ocean, scientists have unveiled the “Lost City Hydrothermal Field,” an otherworldly environment boasting towering structures and a thriving ecosystem, reported Science Alert. Located close to the summit of an underwater mountain west of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, this hydrothermal field has captivated researchers since its discovery in 2000, showcasing […] More

  • Six Mini-Satellites Set To Illuminate Solar Mysteries

    The Sun Radio Interferometer Space Experiment, or SunRISE, is an array of six toaster-size CubeSats that will work together to study solar activity. The mission will observe low radio frequency emissions so scientists can understand better how the Sun is able to generate intense space weather storms – known as solar particle storms – that […] More

  • What happens in Vega didn’t stay in Vega, as key rocket parts went missing

    Enlarge / A Vega rocket rides a column of exhaust from its solid-fueled first stage, kicking off a mission to deliver 12 small satellites into orbit. The Italy-based aerospace company Avio has not had the best of luck with its Vega rocket, which has always been something of an odd duck in the launch industry. […] More

  • NASA Saturn Drone Launch Delayed to 2028

    NASA’s mission to launch a car-sized, nuclear-powered drone to explore one of Saturn’s moons, has entered the next stage of development.  The agency said it plans to launch its Dragonfly drone to Saturn’s large moon, Titan in 2028. The mission was originally scheduled for 2027 but was delayed due to budget constraints.  The drone will […] More

  • New theory claims to unite Einstein’s gravity with quantum mechanics

    This article has been reviewed according to Science X’s editorial process and policies. Editors have highlighted the following attributes while ensuring the content’s credibility: fact-checked peer-reviewed publication trusted source proofread Ok! The image depicts an experiment in which heavy particles(illustrated as the moon), cause an interference pattern (a quantum effect), while also bendingspacetime. The hanging pendulums […] More

  • Spacecraft sees gigantic coronal hole on Sun in amazing one-week time-lapse – VideoFromSpace

    Spacecraft sees gigantic coronal hole on Sun in amazing one-week time-lapse  VideoFromSpace Large Hole In The Sun’s Atmosphere Sends High-Speed Solar Wind Toward Earth  IFLScience View Full coverage on Google News Spacecraft sees gigantic coronal hole on Sun in amazing one-week time-lapse – VideoFromSpace More

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