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Geologists Discover the Largest Volcano Under Water, Explain the Different Hands That Hear the World

A strange seismic event on the coast of Africa led scientists to a great search: the discovery of the largest undersea volcanic eruptions recorded. Explosions can also explain a weird seismic ring recorded in the November 2018 Mayotte island, located between Madagascar and Mozambique on the Indian Ocean. Researchers have described this event as a pavement of roads rolling around …

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Elon Musk's SpaceX sues US Air Force over rocket contracts

Billionaire Elon Musk's SpaceX accused the US Air Force of breaking contracting rules when it awarded money to three rocket makers but passed on Musk's rival bid, and said the tender should be reopened, according to a court filing unsealed on Wednesday. In the complaint, Space Exploration Technologies Corp said contracts were awarded for three "unbuilt, unflown" rocket systems that …

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NASA Just Displayed More in Its 2024 Plan Back to the Moon

NASA has selected 11 American companies to help them develop the next lunar landers that will bring people over the Moon. The 11 companies will conduct studies and work on prototype landers in the coming years. All of this is part of NASA's Artemis mission, and the date of 2024's mission over the Moon. Here are some of the companies. …

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Baltimore's student has won a worldwide competition in NASA

Space missions become more ambitious. While NASA celebrates the 50th anniversary of the original mission of Apollo X, plans are in place to return to the month of 2024 and put the first person on Mars by 2040. Missions are encouraging thoughts that like Paxton Summers, a third grader at the Baltimore Friends School. He entered NASA and Tynker's "Mission …

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Billion-year-old fossils may be early fungus

When did the first complex multicellular life appear? Most people, being selfish, point to Ediacaran and Cambrian, when the first animal life appeared and then varied. However, studying DNA indicates that fungi can be derived earlier than animals. However, when it comes to a fossil record, however, things are slightly sparse. There is no clear evidence of a fungus that …

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Illegal gas reducing ozone monitoring stations in eastern China

Southeast China's industries are releasing large quantities of a gas-depleting gas in the environment that violates an international agreement, says global scientists. And it slows the rate of recovery for holes in the important ozone layer. The ozone layer is a region of the Earth's stratosphere that acts as a shield and absorbs most of the ultraviolet (UV) radiation of …

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Ozone diameter: CFCs have been denied that China monitors scientists

Copyright image Getty Images Image caption Most CFC-11 gas is used in home insulation Researchers say they have taught the basic sources of a mysterious increase in a dangerous, chemical that destroys ozone. CFC-11 is primarily used for home insulation but global production should be removed in 2010. But scientists have seen a sharp slowdown in the rate of depletion …

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Scientists damage the record for maximum superconductor temperatures

Data from X-rays allows scientists to build a model of crystal structure of the material. Credit: Drozdov et al. Scientists at the University of Chicago are part of a global research team that discovered superconductivity-the ability to conduct electricity completely-at the highest temperature recorded. Using advanced technology at UChicago-associated Argonne National Laboratory, the group studied a class of materials where …

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