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Two NASA astronauts completed the second-to-last set of battery replacements outside of the International Space Station, advancing a multi-year project to upgrade the power system for the orbiting lab.
Spacewalkers complete penultimate set of battery upgrades for space station | Space



Our Rotating Earth

Has your world ever turned upside-down? It would happen every day if you stay fixed to the stars. Most time-lapse videos of the night sky show the stars and sky moving above a steady Earth. Here, however, the camera has been forced to rotate so that the stars remain fixed, and the Earth rotates around them. The movie, with each hour is compressed to a second, dramatically demonstrates the daily rotation of the Earth, called diurnal motion. The video begins by showing an open field in Namibia, Africa, on a clear day, last year. Shadows shift as the Earth turns, the shadow of the Earth rises into the sky, the Belt of Venus momentarily appears, and then day turns into night. The majestic band of our Milky Way Galaxy stretches across the night sky, while sunlight-reflecting, Earth-orbiting satellites zoom by. In the night sky, you can even spot the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds. The video shows a sky visible from Earth's Southern Hemisphere, but a similar video could be made for every middle latitude on our blue planet.

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By silencing a protein found in connective tissue in the brain, researchers at the University of California in San Diego were able to grow new neurons in a lab.
Breakthrough Science: Scientists Accidentally Cured Parkinson's Disease In Mice

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What are those spots on Jupiter? Largest and furthest, just right of center, is the Great Red Spot -- a huge storm system that has been raging on Jupiter possibly since Giovanni Cassini's likely notation of it 355 years ago. It is not yet known why this Great Spot is red. The spot toward the lower left is one of Jupiter's largest moons: Europa. Images from Voyager in 1979 bolster the modern hypothesis that Europa has an underground ocean and is therefore a good place to look for extraterrestrial life. But what about the dark spot on the upper right? That is a shadow of another of Jupiter's large moons: Io. Voyager 1 discovered Io to be so volcanic that no impact craters could be found. Sixteen frames from Voyager 1's flyby of Jupiter in 1979 were recently reprocessed and merged to create the featured image. About 43 years ago, Voyager 1 launched from Earth and started one of the greatest explorations of the Solar System ever.
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Black holes aren't supposed to make flashes of light. It's right there in the name: black holes.

Even when they slam into each, the massive objects are supposed to be invisible to astronomers' traditional instruments. But when scientists detected a black holes collision last year, they also spotted a weird flash from the crash.
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Scientists spotted flash of light from colliding black holes. But how?

Bring that sucker down without anyone getting hurt.

It hasn’t been a great past few weeks for statues.

From Bristol, England to Birmingham, Alabama, people all over the world have been grappling with the legacy of racism by tossing their grappling hooks around the heads of problematic monuments.
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A type of ultraviolet light called far-UVC—which is safe to use around people—kills more than 99.9% of airborne coronaviruses, a new study at Columbia University Irving Medical Center has found.
Far-UVC Light Safely Kills Airborne Coronaviruses | Columbia University Irving Medical Center

Tokyo University of Science official website. Information about Media at TUS.
Media | Tokyo University of Science

Regions with an early interest in face masks had milder COVID-19 epidemics, according to a new letter-to-the-editor published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.
Countries with early adoption of face masks showed modest COVID-19 infection rates | EurekAlert! Science News

Smell could be the key to predicting recovery paths for people after brain injuries
A smell test can predict whether unresponsive patients will recover

Ketamine is a valuable anaesthetic and analgesic that in recent years has gained notoriety as a recreational drug. Recently, ketamine has also been proposed as a novel treatment for depression and post-traumatic stress disorder. Beyond its anaesthetic actions, however, the effects of ketamine on brain activity have rarely been probed. ...
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Characteristic patterns of EEG oscillations in sheep ( Ovis aries) induced by ketamine may explain the psychotropic effects seen in humans | Scientific Reports

In March, 2020, WHO declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. At the time of writing, the
UK has the highest number of recorded fatalities in Europe, with London regarded as
the epicentre of infection in the UK.

Psychologists at Northumbria University, Newcastle, have provided the first scientific evidence of the link between violent behaviour towards the...
Belief in 5G COVID-19 conspiracy theories linked to violence,... - Northumbria University, Newcastle

It is commonly claimed that science and religion are logically and psychologically at odds with one another. However, previous studies have mainly examined Amer...
Religious Americans Have Less Positive Attitudes Toward Science, but This Does Not Extend to Other Cultures - Jonathon McPhetres, Jonathan Jong, Miron Zuckerman,

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A treatment algorithm that included tocilizumab to target CRS may influence mechanical
ventilation and survival outcomes. In tocilizumab-treated patients, oxygenation and
inflammatory biomarkers improve with higher than expected survival. Randomized trials
must confirm these findings.

For smokers who are better at math, the decision to quit just adds up, a new study suggests.

Researchers found that smokers who scored higher on a test of math ability were more likely than others to say they intended to quit smoking.

The reason: They had a better memory for numbers related to smoking risk, which led to perceiving a greate...
Smokers good at math are more likely to want to quit

The Mars Trace Gas Orbiter spotted a phenomenon on Mars that has also been observed around Earth. A green glow outlining the planet is the result of charged oxygen atoms gradually calming down.
A green glow has appeared around Mars


A Ring of Fire Sunrise Solar Eclipse

What's rising above the horizon behind those clouds? It's the Sun. Most sunrises don't look like this, though, because most sunrises don't include the Moon. In the early morning of 2013 May 10, however, from Western Australia, the Moon was between the Earth and the rising Sun. At times, it would be hard for the uninformed to understand what was happening. In an annular eclipse, the Moon is too far from the Earth to block the entire Sun, and at most leaves a ring of fire where sunlight pours out around every edge of the Moon. The featured time-lapse video also recorded the eclipse through the high refraction of the Earth's atmosphere just above the horizon, making the unusual rising Sun and Moon appear also flattened. As the video continues on, the Sun continues to rise, and the Sun and Moon begin to separate. This weekend, a new annular solar eclipse will occur, visible from central Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, and a narrow band across Asia, with much of Earth's Eastern hemisphere being able to see a partial solar eclipse.
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A FIREBALL exploded over Europe and the UK, as hundreds saw the spectacular phenomenon.
Meteor news: Fireball shoots over Europe 'It was awesome' | Science | News | Express.co.uk

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