HOW DYING STAR LEADS TO THE FORMATION OF SOLAR SYSTEM

Reading Time: 3 minutes   A dust grain forged in a stellar explosion that predates our solar system reveals new insights into how stars end their lives and seed the universe with new star and planet building blocks. A team of researchers led by the University of Arizona found a grain of dust forged in the death throes of …

An Organization May Have Discovered A Cure For CANCER

Reading Time: 2 minutes   Moderna Inc., one of the most hyped in biotech in its initial public offering in December, gave investors their first look at its customized cancer vaccine platform.   Twelve of the 13 patients who got Moderna’s mRNA-4157 as monotherapy after their strong tumors had been precisely evacuated are still malady free after around eight …

These Cities Are trying to Protect The Earth From Global Warming

Reading Time: 2 minutes Cities, home of more than half the world’s population, are intensifying efforts to reduce pollution and often eliminating national governments from combating climate change. That’s CDP’s conclusion, a non-profit group that is pushing institutions to detail their greenhouse gas emissions. Metropolitan authorities from London to Sydney and Boston are often capable of moving faster than …

New Images Of Mars Released By NASA

Reading Time: 3 minutes If you’re looking for quiet loneliness and beauty, there’s no better place than Mars ‘ surface. Mars has earned its moniker as the red planet, but the HiRISE camera on board NASA’s Mars Recognition Orbiter (MRO) can transform the subtle soil differences into a colored rainbow. HiRISE has been recording magnificent-and scientifically valuable-images of Mars …

Sleeping all the way to space: Is Human Hibernation Really Possible?

Reading Time: 4 minutes It’s 21st century and we’re yet to travel to other stars. For example, the nearest star is Proxima Centauri, located over 4 light years away. FYI, the Voyager spacecraft, the most distant human objects ever built by humans, would need about 50,000 years to make that journey. Nobody is going to live that long. We’re …

SPACEX Debris-Mitigation Plan

Reading Time: 1 minute SPACEX has received Approval by the Federal Communications Commission to halve the orbital altitude of over 1,500 planned broadband satellites to reduce the risk of spatial debris and improve latency. The satellite project of SpaceX, called Starlink, aims to provide worldwide high-speed, low-latency broadband. Last year, SpaceX was approved by FCC to launch 4,425 low-earth …

Insects Could be Lost Within a Century, Researchers Say

Reading Time: 2 minutes Creators of a worldwide survey on insects decay cautioned of “catastrophic consequences.” Bugs are kicking the bucket so quickly, they could vanish within 100 years, as indicated by the principal worldwide logical audit on their decay. 33% of species are jeopardized and in excess of 40 percent face the risk of elimination in the following …

A Horrific Campaign Uses Graphic Images To Point Out The Destruction That Plastic Pollution Has On The Ocean’s Wildlife

Reading Time: 2 minutes You probably won’t think utilizing one plastic fork on your mid-day break could cause a sensational effect on the globe yet in the event that you envision all 7.7 billion individuals do that too – the image is very frightening. To say it just we are suffocating in plastic. On the brilliant side, it appears …