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Solar System: Broken Moon can reveal Saturn’s specialty

Did the gas giant Saturn have another moon 100 to 200 million years ago? And does its destruction perhaps explain two characteristics of...

The age of onset of multiple sclerosis has changed in recent decades.

Scientists have found that the age at which the first symptoms of multiple sclerosis appear has changed from 1970 to 2019. The reasons for...

Therapy that improves cognition in patients with Down syndrome?

Down syndrome, also known as trisomy 21, is the most common genetic cause of intellectual disability. It occurs in one out of every...

Observation Tips in September: The Planet King Comes Over Trump

Jupiter On September 26 it stands in opposition in the constellation Pisces – and with an apparent magnitude of -2.9 Mag, the planet is...

How facial recognition works and how the technology is evolving

What is facial recognition? Facial recognition is a technology that automatically identifies (identifies who is in a photo) or verifies (confirms that the person in...

“Breaking the Limits of Heaven”: Wilhelm Herschel, Discoverer of Uranus

Exactly 200 years ago, Wilhelm or William Herschel, one of the most important astronomers of all, died. ...

Latest Advances in Solar Energy Technology

We can make better use of solar energy every time. Technology is advancing by leaps and bounds and things have changed a...

Surprisingly good orientation of a butterfly in flight of thousands of kilometers

The insect popularly known as the "death sphinx butterfly" (although it is actually an insect) has been the subject of an investigation using small...

What if Alicante takes advantage of an energy decree to ‘turn off’ its light pollution and ‘turn on’ the stars?

According to various signs, the province of Alicante is, One of the highest light pollution generated in SpainOn the other hand the country tops...

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