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The first commercial airlock is heading to the International Space Station later this year – The Verge

In November 2020, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket will carry Nanoracks’ first commercial airlock to the International Space Station, providing a new way for customers …

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Evaporation Critical to Coronavirus Transmission As Weather Changes: Effects of Humidity, Temperature, and Wind on COVID-19 – SciTechDaily

Impact of evaporation on virus survival, concentration, transmission. As COVID-19 cases continue to rise worldwide, it is increasingly urgent to understand how …

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Weather impact on virus transmission. Effect of relative humidity (RH=10%, 50%, and 90%) on coronavirus respiratory droplet cloud at temperature 30 C and wind speed of 4 kph. Wind direction is from left to right. Credit: Talib Dbouk and Dimitris Drikakis
Impact of evaporation on virus survival, concentration, transmission.
As COVID-19 cases continue to rise worldwide, it is increasingly urgent to understand how climate impacts the continued spread of the coronavirus, particularly as winter vir…

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Villain Dinosaur from Jurassic Park III, the Spinosaurus, Was a River Monster: New Study – The Weather Channel

The recently-discovered teeth fossils have added to the mounting evidence that indicates the 15-metre long, six-tonne beast was a water-dwelling colossus.

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Reconstruction of a Spinosaurus
(Artwork: Davide Bonadonna/Nature )
A new discovery, which saw researchers unearth a thousand dinosaur teeth, has proven beyond a reasonable doubt that the Spinosaurusa dinosaur made popular by the Jurassic Park movie franchisewas actually a river-monster!
A team of researchers from the University of Portsmouth recently collected some fossilised remains from the site of an ancient river bed in Morocco. Post analysis, the fossils were identified as the teeth of …

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Astronomers Discover ‘Pi Earth’ Exoplanet Orbits Its Star Once Every 3.14 Days – ScienceAlert

Every exoplanet is special in its own way, but a newly discovered exoplanet 186 light-years away is an especially delicious treat. It’s a smallish world around …

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Every exoplanet is special in its own way, but a newly discovered exoplanet 186 light-years away is an especially delicious treat. It’s a smallish world around the same size as Earth, whipping around its star on an orbit that takes just 3.14 days.
That’s extremely close to the mathematical constant (Pi), the number that describes the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. So, even though the exoplanet’s official name is K2-315b, its discoverers have nicknamed it ” Earth.”
The disco…

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