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China's supercomputer to support world's largest radio telescope
CHINAdaily.com.cn - 7 Hours ago
TIANJIN - Supercomputer Skyeye-1, capable of a quadrillion computing operations per second, will support space exploration by the world's largest radio telescope based in southwest China's Guizhou province.
XINHUA - China's supercomputer to support world's largest radio telescope Namibia Press Agency
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Enhanced Charge Separation Efficiency in Pyridine-anchor Phthalocyanine Sensitized
Chemistry Asian Journal - 5 Hours ago
A series of zinc phthalocyanine sensitizers having a pyridine anchoring group are designed and synthesized to investigate the structural dependence on the performances in dye-sensitized solar cells. The
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Space Station's Continued Accomplishments Benefit Humanity
Minyanville - 8 Hours ago
The extensive achievements from research conducted aboard the International Space Station are documented in the newly updated "International Space Station Benefits for Humanity." HOUSTON, TX, July 28,
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Abdul Kalam could have lived some more years, says teacher who motivated him to
Times of India - 7 Hours ago
DINDIGUL: As country mourns the death of former President APJ Abdul Kalam, his physics teacher Fr Ladislaus Chinnadurai, a Jesuit priest at Beschi College in Dindigul, was inconsolable. Ten days ago,
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Stephen Hawking is doing a Reddit 'Ask Me Anything'; now is the chance to ask him
Economic Times - 8 Hours ago
By Tanya Lewis Considered one of the greatest scientists of our age, Stephen Hawking is taking to Reddit this week to answer the public's questions on life, the universe, and everything. The Cambridge
Stephen Hawking is doing a Reddit AMA — now's your chance to ask him your burning Business Insider
Thousands of people are asking the world’s most famous astrophysicist about the Yahoo! Singapore
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Ban Killer Robots Before They Take Over, Stephen Hawking & Elon Musk Say
PR Web via Yahoo! - 11 Hours ago
A global arms race to make artificial-intelligence-based autonomous weapons is almost sure to occur unless nations can ban the development of such weapons, several scientists warn. Billionaire entrepreneur
July 27th, 2015 A number of prominent scientists have signed on to a letter warning Space.com
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Soon, a space sojourn for microscopic worms
Times of India - 13 Hours ago
Scientists are planning to send thousands of microscopic worms to the International Space Station (ISS) in an experiment aimed at understanding what triggers the body to build and lose muscle. In a
Microscopic worms may soon hitch a ride to ISS Financial Express
Microscopic worms may soon hitch a ride to International Space Station NewsR.in
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Poll: Majority of Americans want Congress to reject Iran agreement NewsOnFeeds.com
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How cosmic wind impacts galaxies evolution revealed
ZeeNews.com - 6 Hours ago
Washington DC: Astronomers now know how cosmic winds strongly impacts galaxies, sweeping out interstellar material and stopping future star formation. Yale astronomer Jeffrey Kenney looked at the way
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Next two Galileo satellites reach Europe's Spaceport
PhysOrg.com - 4 Hours ago
Artist’s view of a Galileo Full Operational Capability satellite, with platforms manufactured by OHB in Bremen, Germany, and navigation payloads coming from Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd in Guildford,
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NASA Astronauts Speak with Ohio Summer Camp Students from Space Station
Finchannel.com - 5 Hours ago
The FINANCIAL -- Summer camp students at the Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland and students from the city’s MC2 STEM High School will speak with Expedition 44 crew members aboard the International
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NASA Shares 1977 Message to Aliens on SoundCloud
Softpedia - 5 Hours ago
The message was carried into space by the Voyager probes In 1977, NASA's twin Voyager probes were launched into space from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Voyager 2 left Earth on August
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Space Station's Continued Accomplishments Benefit Humanity
Vision Monday - 5 Hours ago
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Listen to the sounds NASA sent into space for aliens to hear
NewsR.in - 6 Hours ago
Source: Wochit Entertainment - 4 days ago Chris Columbus Recruits Arcade Nerds to Save the World in 'Pixels'  01:01 As an alien race wages war on Earth using vintage arcade games, Adam Sandler leads
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How cosmic wind impacts galaxies evolution revealed
NewsR.in - 6 Hours ago
Astronomers now know how cosmic winds strongly impacts galaxies, sweeping out interstellar material and stopping future star formation. 0 shares Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Leave a comment
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10 Awesome NASA Space Projects Of The Near Future
Tested - 6 Hours ago
The Hubble Space Telescope has been one of NASA's most dependable tools for documenting the universe, capturing about 140 gigs of data every week since being launched into low Earth orbit in 1990. However,
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ESA hands over control of the MSG-4 weather satellite
Social Dashboard - 6 Hours ago
MSG-4 (courtesy: Eumetsat) This follows the launch of the satellite on 15 July aboard an Ariane 5 rocket from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana, and the Launch and Early Orbit Phase carried out by
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Born-again planetary nebula
PhysOrg.com - 4 Hours ago
Credit: ESA/XMM-Newton/J.A. Toalá et al. 2015 Beneath the vivid hues of this eye-shaped cloud, named Abell 78, a tale of stellar life and death is unfolding. At the centre of the nebula, a dying star
Born-Again Planetary Nebula Keeps Reacting After It Dies Gizmodo
Born-again nebula European Space Agency
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A Cataclysmic Event of a Certain Age
ScienceNewsline - 11 Hours ago
At the end of the Pleistocene period, approximately 12,800 years ago­ -- give or take a few centuries -- a cosmic impact triggered an abrupt cooling episode that earth scientists refer to as the Younger
Younger Dryas climate episode due to cosmic impact say researchers Sott.net
A cataclysmic event of a certain age University of California - Santa Barbara EurekAlert!
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Reshaping the Solar Spectrum to Turn Light to Electricity
ScienceNewsline - 11 Hours ago
RIVERSIDE, Calif. -- When it comes to installing solar cells, labor cost and the cost of the land to house them constitute the bulk of the expense. The solar cells -- made often of silicon or cadmium
Reshaping the solar spectrum to turn light to electricity: UC Riverside researchers Nanotechnology News
Reshaping the solar spectrum to turn light to electricity University of California EurekAlert!
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Dust pillars of destruction reveal impact of cosmic wind on galaxy evolution
Innovations Report - 5 Hours ago
Astronomers have long known that powerful cosmic winds can sometimes blow through galaxies, sweeping out interstellar material and stopping future star formation. Now they have a clearer snapshot of how
Dust pillars of destruction reveal impact of cosmic wind on galaxy evolution Yale EurekAlert!
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China’s building the world’s largest radio telescope that will search for alien
Gearburn - 6 Hours ago
While space enthusiasts revel over the discovery of Kepler-452b (the most Earth-like planet ever discovered) and feast on the visual glory that is Pluto and its many moons, China is quietly constructing
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Lost in Space (Without the Gear)? Here's What Would Happen (Podcast)
Space.com - 7 Hours ago
Paul Sutter is a research fellow at the Astronomical Observatory of Trieste and visiting scholar at the Ohio State University's Center for Cosmology and Astro-Particle Physics. Sutter is also host of
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Abdul Kalam could have lived some more years, says teacher who motivated him to
NewsR.in - 7 Hours ago
Google News EnglishAbdul Kalam could have lived some more years, says teacher who motivated him ... - Times of India http://t.co/QoTeoJJIwZ #News 2 minutes ago web updatesIndia News, Latest News in
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NASA invents wi-fi chip that requires virtually no battery power
IGN Africa - 7 Hours ago
NASA has invented a new chip for mobiles that could soon save you a ton of battery power. Popular Science reports that the chip, created by NASA's Adrian Tang and UCLA's M.C. Frank Chang, runs on 100
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