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Ariane 6 and CAS Space: A new ea in space exploration

The European Space Agency (ESA) is set to make a significant leap in space exploration with the scheduled mid-2024 debut of the Ariane 6 rocket, as announced by its director, Josef Aschbacher. This development comes on the heels of a
4 December, 2023 - 10:38 am (3 days ago)

Deep-sea mining harms jellyfish populations

27 November, 2023 - 11:03 am (10 days ago)
Recent research has brought to light a concerning environmental impact of deep sea mining: its potential harm to jellyfish populations and other deep-sea creatures. This emerging issue is drawing significant attention from

Dinosaurs may have lived on other planets

22 November, 2023 - 3:51 pm (14 days ago)
A groundbreaking study published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society has sparked an intriguing scientific discourse about the possibility of dinosaur-like creatures existing on distant exoplanets. This revelation hinges

Crabs have crossed from ocean to land many times

21 November, 2023 - 3:33 pm (15 days ago)
In a surprising twist to evolutionary narratives, recent studies have unveiled the unique evolutionary journey of true crabs (Brachyura), a group comprising approximately 7,600 species. Unlike most terrestrial creatures, which traditionally migrated

AI-Powered Weather Forecasting: 10-Day Accuracy in Minutes

15 November, 2023 - 11:43 am (22 days ago)
In recent developments, the weather prediction landscape has witnessed a significant transformation with the introduction of GraphCast, a machine learning-based weather prediction program developed by DeepMind researchers. This revolutionary tool has demonstrated

Greenland Glaciers Retreating Twice as Fast

13 November, 2023 - 1:42 pm (24 days ago)
In a groundbreaking discovery, a series of studies have unearthed alarming data on the rapid retreat of Greenland’s glaciers, highlighting a significant acceleration in glacial recession. Spanning from historical aerial photographs to
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