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This Insane New Image of The Moon’s Tycho Carter Is So Detailed It Barely Looks Real

[ad_1] A new telescope system has managed to capture the highest resolution image of the Moon ever taken from Earth using radar technology. The feat took years of work, and the result is spectacularly detailed. The focal point is Tycho Crater, one of the most prominent impressions on the Moon. And even though it was …

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In a First, Scientists Track 1 Million Neurons Near-Simultaneously in a Mouse Brain

[ad_1] Researchers have managed to keep tabs on 1 million different neurons in the brains of mice at one time – taking scientists an impressive step closer towards one day being able to track the very-complex activity of human brains.   The key is an innovation that’s being called ‘light beads microscopy’. It improves on …

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Ice Melt at The Poles Is Now Causing Hidden Changes to Earth’s Crust on a Huge Scale

[ad_1] As the polar ice sheets melt, the process is not just raising sea levels – it’s also warping the underlying surface of Earth, a new study reveals, and some of the effects can be seen across thousands of miles.   What’s happening is that Earth’s crust is rising and spreading as the weight of …

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One Mozart Song Calms The Brains of People With Epilepsy, And We May Finally Know Why

[ad_1] A Mozart sonata that can calm epileptic brain activity may get its therapeutic power thanks to melodies that create a sense of surprise, according to a study published Thursday.   The research on 16 patients hospitalized with epilepsy that did not respond to medication has bolstered hopes that music could be used for new …

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Scientists Just Identified Another Mysterious Surge in The Atmosphere Due to Humans

[ad_1] Levels of molecular hydrogen (H2) in the atmosphere have surged in modern times due to human activity, according to new research. When scientists analyzed air samples trapped in drilled cores of Antarctica’s ice, they found atmospheric hydrogen had increased 70 percent over the course of the 20th century.   Even as recent air pollution …

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We Finally Know Why Icy Plumes Flare Ahead of Deadly Supercell Storms

[ad_1] Something strange often happens just before a severe thunderstorm produces a tornado, high winds, or hailstones: A plume of ice and water known as an Above-Anvil Cirrus Plume (AACP) billows up above the top of the storm clouds and head downwind, acting as a sort of early warning system for extreme weather events.   …

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Mammals Carry a Graveyard of Viruses in Our DNA, And It Could Have a Crucial Purpose

[ad_1] Huge swaths of our DNA library are made up of non-coding genes that were long regarded as “junk DNA”. Recent findings, however, have shown these bits of DNA actually have many purposes in mammals.   Some help form the structure in our DNA molecules so they can be packaged neatly within our cell nuclei while others …

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Perseverance’s Rock Samples Hint That Mars Had Long-Lasting Ancient Water

[ad_1] NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover has now collected two rock samples, with signs that they were in contact with water for a long period of time boosting the case for ancient life on the Red Planet.   “It looks like our first rocks reveal a potentially habitable sustained environment,” said Ken Farley, project scientist for …

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We Now Know Why There Are Dead Galaxies Floating Lost in The Void of Space

[ad_1] Ultra-diffuse galaxies (UDGs) are something of a mystery for astronomers. They’re smaller galaxies in terms of the number of stars, but they’re still spread out over great distances, making them faint and difficult to spot. It’s not clear how they’re formed or if there’s something special about the dark matter halos that helps them …

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T. Rex Wasn’t Always at The Top of The Food Chain. Meet What Came Before

[ad_1] About 90 million years ago, a gigantic apex predator – a meat-eating dinosaur with serrated shark-like teeth – prowled what is now Uzbekistan, according to a new study of the behemoth’s jawbone.   The 26-foot-long (8 meters) beast weighed 2,200 pounds (1,000 kilograms), making it longer than an African elephant and heavier than a bison. Researchers named it Ulughbegsaurus uzbekistanensis, after …

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