First Known Interstellar Object ‘Oumuamua’ Could Be Alien Listening Device, Harvard Professor Speculates

[ad_1] A Harvard astrophysics professor has suggested that the mysterious interstellar object “Oumuamua” may be linked to dozens of UAVs reported by US military aircraft over the years. Oumuamua is believed to be the first known interstellar visitor to our solar system. Avi Loeb claimed that ‘Oumuamua, which was first discovered in 2017, may be […]

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NASA’s Perseverance Mars Rover Uses Special Way to Abrade Rocks and Study Them

[ad_1] NASA’s Perseverance rover has the task of a “robot geologist” on the surface of the Red Planet. While it tracks the area for geological discoveries, its ultimate function is to let researchers on Earth obtain samples of geological samples. For this, the rover studies the rocks around it to understand the processes that may […]

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Rechargeable Batteries Now Have Six Times More Capacity, Researchers Build Prototype

[ad_1] New research in the field of rechargeable batteries has resulted in alkali metal-chlorine batteries that can hold up to six times more charge than today’s typical lithium-ion batteries. The discovery was published on August 25, 2021. After the discovery, the team of researchers found themselves closer to two goals: to accelerate battery power to […]

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SpaceX CEO Elon Musk Set to Tout Starlink Progress at MWC 2021 as Cost, Demand Hurdles Linger

[ad_1] Nokia director Don Joyce, who works from home in a remote lake cottage in Canada, recently abandoned his painfully slow phone-line internet in favor of Starlink, a satellite broadband service offered by Elon Musk’s SpaceX. starlinkThat, which costs them CAD 600 (about Rs 36,000) for the hardware and a higher CAD 150 (about Rs […]

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NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope Captures Stunning Image of Galaxies ‘Caught In a Cosmic Bad Romance’

[ad_1] NASA recently shared a stunning image of the interaction of galaxy pair IC 1623, captured by the Hubble Space Telescope, on its Instagram handle. The galaxy pair is located in the constellation Cetus (The Whale), approximately 275 million light-years from Earth. The space agency titled the image, “Cosmic Bad Caught in Romance”, and said […]

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Quantum Computers Can Perform Better Than Classical Computers, Demonstrate IBM Researchers

[ad_1] Researchers at IBM have mathematically proven that there are certain tasks that restricted classical computers cannot do but restricted quantum computers can. However, they recognize that quantum computers based only on a different architecture cannot beat their classical counterparts. There is a need not only to find and write down theoretical proofs of the […]

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Hong Kong Researchers Develop Blood Test That Can Detect Alzheimer’s Disease Quickly and Accurately

[ad_1] An international team of researchers has developed a blood test that can detect Alzheimer’s disease (AD) with a level of over 96 percent accuracy. The test is developed from Chinese patient data. To diagnose a person with AD, doctors had until now relied primarily on cognitive tests. In addition, brain imaging and lumbar puncture […]

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