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NASA order: SpaceX to build a new moon rocket — World Today News

Status: 04/17/2021 02:12 a.m. It is to be the first manned flight to the moon since 1972: The US space agency NASA has commissioned the company SpaceX from Tesla founder Elon Musk to build a lunar rocket. From Julia Kastein, ARD-Studio Washington NASA continues to rely on Tesla founder Elon Musk in manned space travel.…

NASA order: SpaceX to build a new moon rocket — World Today News
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Asteroid “Apophis” No possibility of collision for the next 100 years. Latest Analysis Results by NASA | sorae Portal Site to Space — Archyde

Imaginary drawing of an asteroid grazing the earth (Credit: ESA – P.Carril) NASA frequently approaches Earth on March 25, local timeAsteroid “Apophis (99942 Apophis)”At least aboutNo risk of hitting the earth for the next 100 yearsWe announced the latest analysis results. It has been pointed out that Apophis may collide with a small probability in…

Asteroid “Apophis” No possibility of collision for the next 100 years. Latest Analysis Results by NASA | sorae Portal Site to Space — Archyde
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Chips and electronic chips to improve mental health and enhance memory — World Today News

A new report, published by the Daily Mail, says that over the next decade, humans will integrate more with technology to “upgrade” our lives, including chips andElectronic chips Can supply The human brain Out. And the report issued by dentsu global company For advertising and digital, It examines the ways in which the world could…

Chips and electronic chips to improve mental health and enhance memory — World Today News
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The Eye — Anatomy — 𝗗𝗜𝗔𝗚𝗡𝗢𝗦𝗜𝗦 𝟭𝟮𝟯

When you look at someone’s eye, you see the white eyeball which is a tough leathery shell called the Sclera.  That’s covered by a clear membrane called the Conjunctiva, which sometimes turns red if it’s inflamed (conjunctivitis, etc.), or turns yellow (jaundiced) in certain liver diseases.  Light enters the eye through the Pupil, which is […]

The Eye — Anatomy — 𝗗𝗜𝗔𝗚𝗡𝗢𝗦𝗜𝗦 𝟭𝟮𝟯
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Minimally invasive surgery, at Casa Sollievo the fourth series of the most advanced robot — World Today News

San Giovanni Rotondo, January 18, 2021. In the IRCCS House for Relief of Suffering The latest version of the “da Vinci” surgical robot, called “Xi”, the most advanced tip of minimally invasive technology currently in circulation. A few days after testing, the robotic platform has already been used for several minimally invasive surgery. The “da…

Minimally invasive surgery, at Casa Sollievo the fourth series of the most advanced robot — World Today News
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In a first, Mars 2020 rover to capture sounds from Red Planet — The Siasat Daily

Washington: When the Mars Perseverance rover lands on the Red Planet on February 18, it will not only collect stunning images and rock samples, the data it returns may also include some recorded sounds from Mars which will the first-ever sound clips from any planet, NASA has revealed.The rover carries a pair of microphones which —…

In a first, Mars 2020 rover to capture sounds from Red Planet — The Siasat Daily
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These Gravity-Defying Hills Are One of The Weirdest Natural Phenomena We’ve Seen — WebInvestigator.KK.org – by F. Kaskais

(Phenomenal Travel Videos) by SCIENCE ALERT STAFF Scattered across the world are a number of bewildering ‘mystery spots’ that appear to defy gravity – places where cars seem to drift uphill, and cyclists struggle to push themselves downhill. Also known as gravity hills, these bizarre natural phenomena can be found in places like Confusion Hill in California and Magnetic […]

These Gravity-Defying Hills Are One of The Weirdest Natural Phenomena We’ve Seen — WebInvestigator.KK.org – by F. Kaskais
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Shabby science reporting in the New York Times — Why Evolution Is True

I’ve noticed lately that the quality of science writing in newspapers has declined, even in The New York Times, which used to have some really good writing, especially by Carl Zimmer, who doesn’t seem to appear in its pages so often. Rather, in place of long-form biology and physics, a variety of people now write […]

Shabby science reporting in the New York Times — Why Evolution Is True
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Nanodroplets and ultrasound ‘drills’ prove effective at tackling tough blood clots — Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

Credit: Leela Goel Engineering researchers have developed a new technique for eliminating particularly tough blood clots, using engineered nanodroplets and an ultrasound “drill” to break up the clots from the inside out. The technique has not yet gone through clinical testing. In vitro testing has shown promising results. Specifically, the new approach is designed to […]

Nanodroplets and ultrasound ‘drills’ prove effective at tackling tough blood clots — Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News
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Mind-blowing photos of Mars ‘Grand Canyon’ that’s BIGGEST in entire Solar System snapped by Nasa probe — The US Sun

STUNNING new images of the largest canyon in our Solar System have been taken by a Nasa probe on Mars. The Valles Marineris is a system of huge canyons that spreads for 2,500 miles along the equator of the Red Planet. NASA/JPL/UArizonaThe new images show the canyon in detail[/caption] It’s nearly ten times as long…

Mind-blowing photos of Mars ‘Grand Canyon’ that’s BIGGEST in entire Solar System snapped by Nasa probe — The US Sun