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Ruffoni, A., Hampton, C., Simonetti, M. & Leonori, D. Nature https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-022-05211-0 (2022). Article  Google Scholar  Schönbein, C. F. Ber. Verh. Naturforsch. Ges. Basel 7, 7–9 (1847). Google Scholar  Van Ornum, S. G., Champeau, R. M. & Pariza, R. Chem. Rev. 106, 2990–3001 (2006). PubMed  Article  Google Scholar  Yang, D. & Zhang, C. J. Org. Chem.
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iOS 16 allows users to delete duplicate photos. Sofia Pitt Apple’s latest iPhone software update, iOS 16, was released Monday. If you’re like me and you clutter your Photos app with duplicate pictures, Apple’s new software update can help you organize your shots and clean up your library. A new feature Apple is calling “duplicate detection” helps to aggregate all
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A sunglint has turned the waters off the Greek islands into a silver mirror, which was based on a photograph captured by an astronaut at the International Space Stations (ISS). The image reportedly shows the Sun’s light reflecting from the waters surrounding Greece with oceanographic effects only visible when a person is viewing from outer
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This episode is sponsored by Wren, a website where you calculate your carbon footprint. Sign up to make a monthly contribution to offset your carbon footprint or support rainforest protection projects: https://www.wren.co/start/scishowspace We’ve launched thousands of spacecraft over the years. And as the space junk around our planet builds up, researchers are working on ways
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Contrails are created as jet engines burn fuel, and might have a greater effect on climate warming than does carbon dioxide.Credit: Richard Newstead/Getty Aviation is a big polluter. Globally, the industry generates roughly one billion tonnes of carbon dioxide per year — comparable to that produced by Japan, the world’s third-largest economy. Although many governments
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This article originally appeared in our Circularity Weekly newsletter. Subscribe to the newsletter here. Back in 2016, my grandmother’s charming, but outdated 1941-built home was being torn down. Making way for the modern trappings of new construction, its demolition — while distressing to my family — was not an uncommon fate. Hundreds of thousands of homes in
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The ITER fusion reactor is currently under construction in France.Credit: ITER Organization Pietro Barabaschi, an electrical engineer who has spent his entire career in fusion research, has been selected to lead ITER, the world’s largest nuclear fusion experiment. Barabaschi is currently acting director of Fusion for Energy, the organization responsible for Europe’s ITER contribution, and
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PARIS — Intuitive Machines, a company developing lunar landers and related capabilities for NASA and other customers, will go public through a merger with a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), it announced Sept. 16. Houston-based Intuitive Machines said it will merge with Inflection Point Acquisition Corp., a SPAC trading on the Nasdaq exchange. The merged
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SpaceX wants to go to Mars and habitable exoplanets might be closer than we think! Hosted by: Hank Green ———- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ———- Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon supporters — we couldn’t make SciShow without them! Shout out to Justin Ove, Accalia Elementia, Kathy & Tim
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PARIS — Satellite radar startups disagree over how much of their resources should be moved to meet anticipated demand from commercial customers and away from governments, which today provide the bulk of revenues. Executives of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) companies Capella Space, Umbra, and Synspective discussed diverging growth strategies Sept. 16 during World Satellite Business
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A 380-million-year-old heart was found from a fossilized prehistoric fish, making it the world’s oldest heart. The findings are according to a study led by researchers from Australia. They claimed a Devonian heart came from an ancient jawed fish, containing other fossilized organs like stomach, intestine, and liver. This is the first time that a
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Equally important as adopting renewables is ensuring the buildings they power are also sustainable. Electrek spoke with Breana Wheeler, US director of operations at BREEAM, the world’s first green building certification program, about what the ideal decarbonized building looks like and how US real estate investors should see climate change as an opportunity. Electrek: What
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WASHINGTON — The Space Systems Command, the Space Development Agency and the Missile Defense Agency have formed a new program office to coordinate disparate procurements of satellites to detect ballistic and hypersonic missiles. The Space Systems Command (SSC), the procurement arm of the U.S. Space Force, announced the realignment Sept. 15.  The combined program office
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Fireball sightings have been reported across Scotland and Northern Ireland in recent days. Multiple reports suggest one of the them was likely a space junk that struck the Atlantic Ocean off the Scotland coast on Wednesday evening, September 14. Hundreds of eyewitnesses reportedly claim they saw the night sky spectacle, where some believe it was
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FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried has been shopping for bargains amid the industry’s recent carnage and said he still has cash to spend if opportunity knocks. It may seem strange. Other multibillion-dollar crypto giants spiraled into bankruptcy this year. FTX’s main competitor, Coinbase, has seen its shares plunge 70% and has laid off a fifth of
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In this picture, I’m measuring the spectrum and intensity of the light in a room where my company, Ekonoke, is growing hops hydroponically. At our facilities, near Madrid, we have three rooms equipped with sensors that control lighting, temperature, humidity, carbon dioxide levels and photosynthesis, among other factors. Once a week, I manually check the
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Scientists announced a major discovery about Uranus using 34-year-old data from Voyager 2, and the Canadian telescope CHIME has detected 9 new FRB repeaters, helping us learn more about these mysterious signals. Hosted by: Hank Green SciShow has a spinoff podcast! It’s called SciShow Tangents. Check it out at http://www.scishowtangents.org ———- Support SciShow by becoming
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This episode was produced in collaboration with and sponsored by Emerson. Click here to learn more about their We Love STEM initiative: https://www.emerson.com/welovestem?cm_mmc=SciShow-_-Video-_-Youtube-_-ColdChain2019 #WeLoveSTEM #STEM #Engineering #coldchain Modern medicine has made great strides when it comes to treating and preventing some of the worst diseases in history. But getting that medicine from labs to remote
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PARIS — PLD Space, a Spanish company developing a small launch vehicle, says it is ready to proceed with the launch of a suborbital technology demonstrator after completing a static-fire test. The company conducted a 122-second test of its Miura 1 rocket Sept. 15 at a company facility in Teruel, Spain. That firing, called the