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Where Do Supermassive Black Holes Come From? - WIRED

18.07.2019
Where Do Supermassive Black Holes Come From?  WIRED

Born shortly after the Big Bang, these cosmic monsters have perplexed astronomers for years. A new study may shed light on their origins.

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“Nothing Like Ours” –Billions of Years from Now a Strange New Universe Emerges - The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel

18.07.2019
“Nothing Like Ours” –Billions of Years from Now a Strange New Universe Emerges  The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel

New Hubble data that suggests a faster expansion rate in the modern universe than expected suggesting emergence of a strange future cosmos.

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Red wine may hold a secret that will keep Mars travelers fit - BGR

18.07.2019
Red wine may hold a secret that will keep Mars travelers fit  BGR

As NASA slowly inches towards the day when it can finally send human travelers to Mars, scientists are doing their best to make sure those first adventurers are ...

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Life under Alaskan ice could mirror possible alien microbes on Mars - Business Insider

18.07.2019
Life under Alaskan ice could mirror possible alien microbes on Mars  Business Insider

Scientists found bacteria in liquid pockets under Alaskan permafrost. The microbes may offer clues about what life looks like on other planets.

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The Idea That Got Us To The Moon, And The Man Who Pushed It - NPR

18.07.2019
The Idea That Got Us To The Moon, And The Man Who Pushed It  NPR

American aerospace engineer John Houbolt as he stands at a chalkboard in July 1962 showing his lunar orbit rendezvous plan for landing astronauts on the ...

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Computer Models, Epic Floods, and the Fate of Coastal Cities - WIRED

18.07.2019
Computer Models, Epic Floods, and the Fate of Coastal Cities  WIRED

By 2050, coastal cities like Charleston may experience flooding more than 300 days a year. Now scientists can better predict—and plan for—the effects.

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