Mercury Surface Shrinkage

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PHOTOS recorded unmanned spacecraft Messenger, which operated the U.S. space agency, NASA, reveal Mercury surface shrinkage.


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Oldest Galaxies in The Universe Found

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Astronomers find oldest galaxy in the universe. The galaxy is 13.7 billion years old and formed only 200 million years after the Big Bang, confirming the possibility of the existence of the galaxy immediately after the birth of the universe.


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Rare Phenomenon: A Super Massive Black Hole Swallows a Star

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Astronomers have had the rare privilege of attending "real time" to suction by a super massive black hole with a star approaching too near him. Scientists believe such a phenomenon occurs on average once every ten thousand years in a given galaxy.


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Tissue Reconstruction Through Light-activated Injectable Implants

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A method for reconstructing tissue through minimally invasive light-activated injectable implants has been developed.


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Messenger – Mercury Cartographer

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Mercury Research Third circled Messenger probe has brought a lot of observers of the new interesting information. Thus, in their possession were colored maps of almost all the planet’s surface, which will let you know that volcanic processes on the first planet from the sun continues. In addition, the researchers were able to examine an unusual trail left by the Mercury in the air, and noted that he declined markedly since the last observation.


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Mountains on Iapetus – The Result of The Disaster?

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Astronomers have long worried about how Saturn’s moon Iapetus in took a strange ridge, stretched along the equator. Recently, American experts tried to answer this question by proposing its own model of the formation of craters dotted with stone rings. In their view, the cause is a collision with another cosmic body.


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The Color of The Universe

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Most often we see pictures of the universe and it’s usually blue… But it’s actually not. The universe is not blue.


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Mathematical Ability Depends on The “Sense of Numbers”

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Child’s success in mathematics is largely related to the "sense of numbers" – an innate ability to correctly assess the number of items at first glance, not counting their.


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Lessons of Life for a Change of DNA

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Epigenetic changes – potentially reversible changes do not change the nucleotide sequence of DNA genuine, but affects the operation – are thought to participate in many types of cancer and other diseases of aging, like diabetes.


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