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At long last, scientists have determined how long Saturn’s days are - BGR

22.01.2019
At long last, scientists have determined how long Saturn’s days are  BGR

Determining the length of a single day on a planet is usually pretty easy. You just pick a landmark and wait for it to reach the exact same point twice in its rotation ...

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Fossilized slime of 100-million-year-old hagfish shakes up vertebrate family tree - Science Daily

21.01.2019
Fossilized slime of 100-million-year-old hagfish shakes up vertebrate family tree  Science Daily

Paleontologists have discovered the first detailed fossil of a hagfish, the slimy, eel-like carrion feeders of the ocean. The 100-million-year-old fossil helps answer ...

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How hot are atoms in the shock wave of an exploding star? - Phys.org

21.01.2019
How hot are atoms in the shock wave of an exploding star?  Phys.org

A new method to measure the temperature of atoms during the explosive death of a star will help scientists understand the shock wave that occurs as a result of ...

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100-Million-Year-Old Hagfish Complete with Slime Kit Discovered - Live Science

21.01.2019
100-Million-Year-Old Hagfish Complete with Slime Kit Discovered  Live Science

Scientists recently discovered an important clue about hagfish origins, in a fossil dating to 100 million years ago, that includes traces of preserved slime.

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Watch the Military's Latest Rocket Launch Carrying a Secret Payload - Gizmodo

21.01.2019
Watch the Military's Latest Rocket Launch Carrying a Secret Payload  Gizmodo

Large portions of the U.S. government are shut down, but espionage doesn't wait for anybody. The U.S. military launched a Delta-IV Heavy rocket on Saturday ...

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Fossils discovered in South Africa are the 'missing link' in human evolution, study finds - USA TODAY

21.01.2019
Fossils discovered in South Africa are the 'missing link' in human evolution, study finds  USA TODAY

New research says fossils found in South Africa fill a key gap in humankind's history between early humans and our more apelike predecessors.

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A.I. finds non-infringing ways to copy drugs pharma spends billions developing - Digital Trends

21.01.2019
A.I. finds non-infringing ways to copy drugs pharma spends billions developing  Digital Trends

Drug companies spend billions developing and protecting their trademark pharmaceuticals. Could artificial intelligence be about to shake things up?

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Global Warming Might Be Making Waves Stronger - CleanTechnica

21.01.2019
Global Warming Might Be Making Waves Stronger  CleanTechnica

January 21st, 2019 by Joshua S Hill. A new study published in the journal Nature Communications has revealed an as-yet-unseen consequence of climate ...

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Farming insects too much too fast could create an environmental disaster - Inhabitat

21.01.2019
Farming insects too much too fast could create an environmental disaster  Inhabitat

Using insects as a protein is on the rise, but more research is needed to avoid an environmental disaster. Here is what you need to know about insect farming.

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