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The First Time Laser Communications Demonstrated From CubeSats

The Aerospace Corporation (Aerospace) with the sensor Demonstration (OCSD) mission and optical communications announced a milestone. The laser communication process carried by the low-earth orbiting OCSD CubeSats, known as AeroCube-7B and Aerocube-7C, transmitted successfully data at a rate of 100 megabits per second. This is 50 times more than a typical communication process for the…
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Global marine wilderness first mapping shows about its little remaining

On 26th July, in the current biology journal researchers reporting that it has completed the first systematic marine wilderness analysis around the world. They found it is discouraging and only 13% of the world ocean is classified as wilderness. The remaining marine wilderness is found and distributed in the Arctic, in the Antarctic, and around…
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Jupiter’s mystery demystified

The giant planet Jupiter’s magnetic equator was thought of in a manner different than what has been found now. A dark ribbon made of weak hydrogen ion emission encircling the planet was observed by the team of scientists working at the University of Leicester. They found that emissions of H3+ were making a ribbon-like structure…
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The Increasing Westerly Winds weaken Southern Ocean Carbon Sink

According to a new study of lake sediments from sub-Antarctic for the first time discovers that the increment in westerly winds are minimizing the ability of the Southern Ocean to absorb carbon dioxide from the environment. As the Southern Ocean presently absorbs over 40% of carbon dioxide, produced by humans, the carbon sink could maximize…
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Increasing the efficiency of solar cells

Solar energy and devices that generate or run on have been researched for increasing cleaner energy’s application as well as the efficiency of the cells that store the energy. Voltage loss has remained a matter of concern for the scientists since solar cells are used to power up our satellites distant from us but serving…
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China was thinking of Cutting energy expenses

Renewable sources of energy have always been considered a plausible alternative to non-renewable sources of energy. Solar power, as well as thermal, can help reduce the cost of using non-renewable sources of energy and China has already started thinking about it. Climate is a blessing usher upon us, taking care of which is inevitable. Investing…
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Searching 72-hour space environment forecast with latest updates on the hour

For hourly terrestrial weather, forecasts models are providing anywhere in the world, and our smartphones chirp or buzz with alerts of future heavy snow, thunderstorms, flash floods and significant events like hurricanes and tornados. The military depends on actual weather forecasts for planning different operations in the sea, ground and the air.  When it comes…
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Double Asteroid Reveals by Observatories Team 

Last year an asteroid was discovered which was revealed by the new observation made through world’s largest radio telescopes. Each asteroid is 3,000 feet in size. In the year 2017, 21st December 2017, YE5 near-earth asteroid was discovered with the observations by Morocco Oukaimeden Sky Survey. But there were no details about the physical properties…
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Atomic movie of future gold could pave the way for future fusion reactors

Researchers who belong to the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have found out the most in-depth atomic movie of gold melting after being blasted by laser light. Through this process, they gained knowledge into how metals liquefy have the capacity to help the development of the fusion power reactors, steel processing plants, spacecraft…
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Organics on Ceres may be in more numbers than initially thought

During the past year scientists who were involved with NASA’s Dawn mission had announced the identification of the organic material, to be precise as the carbon-based compounds which are very much required for life. Such detection was made in the form of exposition in patches on the surface of the dwarf planet Ceres. Recently a…
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