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Should we be afraid of this huge sunspot? , China wants to bring back samples of Mars two years before NASA and ESA

Should we be afraid of this huge sunspot? , China wants to bring back samples of Mars two years before NASA and ESA

Should we be afraid of this huge sunspot?

The activity of our Sun has been increasing for the past few weeks. At the same time, especially for the last few days, a sunspot has remained in the discussion. Because its size is important. Because she is growing fast. Because it is also directly oriented towards our earth. Should all this worry us?

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China wants to bring back samples of Mars two years before NASA and ESA

While NASA and ESA prepare for a mission to bring back samples to Mars in 2033, we learn that China is stepping up its mission to bring back samples to Mars in 2031, two years ahead of the US mission . -European! A technical demonstration that would be seen as a snub to NASA and ESA.

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Milky Way Black Hole: Sgr A* Activity Will Look Like This

A new technique has solved several accretion models for this compact star by rapidly flickering hot, bright matter falling onto the Milky Way’s supermassive black hole. The model chosen by observations is one of those that can be simulated and therefore provides an idea of ​​what we should see in a few years, with films showing the activity of the radiating plasma around SGR A*, from images taken by its members. Is. Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration.

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40 years ago, Jean-Loup Chrétien became the first Frenchman to go into space

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On June 24, 1982, Jean-Loup Chrétien flew into the air with two Soviet cosmonauts and became the first French and the first Western European to travel in space. back to the event.

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Water must have been flowing on Mars for 1.3 billion years!

A new study based on data from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter suggests that the Red Planet may have hosted liquid water for 1.3 billion years, establishing a calm and stable lake environment conducive to the development of life.

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