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A New Battery Could Store Ten Times the Power as Lithium-Ion

Batteries not included The batteries are outstanding. They feed many distinctive signs of the future, from smartphones to electric cars. The problem, of course, is that batteries never seem to last long enough with a charge – and their environmental impact is substantial. Now, however, a team of Caltech researchers, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and Honda claims to have developed …

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BepiColombo’s Ion Drive is the Most Powerful In Space

Mercury next stop. Climbing through the dangers of space, the BepiColombo is traveling for seven years to one of the rocky neighbors of the Earth, Mercury. Although the spacecraft has not yet established contact with the planet, BepiColombo is already making news for its technological developments towards its destination. Ion Moves Striking an important milestone on his journey, on December …

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China’s takes off for the Moon, tethered by politics at home

Early Saturday morning, China launched the robotic space shuttle Chang & # 4 and en route to the Moon. If all goes well, it will become the first spacecraft in history to land softly on the far side of the Moon, probably at the beginning of January. This would be an extraordinary achievement for China and for the history of …

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WASP-69b, the exoplanet with a tail | Space

<! – ->              Artist's concept of exoplanet WASP-69b, thought to orbit its sun with a comet-like helium tail trailing behind. Image via Gabriel Perez Diaz / IAC. Planets and comets are two quite different things. Planets are massive enough to have strong-enough self-gravity. The cores of comets are tiny in comparison; They are small in the sun. Planets do …

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‘Make better choices’: Endangered Hawaiian monk seals keep getting eels stuck up their noses and scientists want them to stop, United States News & Top Stories

WASHINGTON (WASHINGTON POST) – A relaxed Hawaiian monk seal from a young age faces a white sand beach on a green foliage. His eyes are half closed and he has a serene expression on his face. But the calm demeanor of the seal is surprising. Why? Well, there's a long white and black eel dangling from its right nostril. "It's …

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See it! Images of comet 46P/Wirtanen | Today’s Image

<! – -> Comet 46P / Wirtanen on December 6th 2018, by our friend Matthew Chin in Hong Kong. For a few months we listened to the astrophotography who captured images of Comet 46P / Wirtanen. It is the brightest comet of 2018, in theory visible to the eye, but large and widespread, not easily visible. Click here for an …

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The Bennu experiment — ScienceDaily

On December 3, after traveling billions of kilometers from the Earth, NASA's NASIRIS-REx space probe achieved its goal, Bennu, and launched an almost close investigation into the asteroid . It will inspect almost every square inch of this ancient heap of rubble left behind by the formation of our solar system. Ultimately, the spacecraft will collect a sample of pebbles …

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