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The Universe May Be Shaped Like a Hall of Mirrors, Scientists Say - Futurism

Noor Al-Sibai

There's a highway to the edge... Spaced Out For decades now, scientists have argued about how the universe is shaped,in the sense of complex parameters that govern the rules of space and time. Is ...[Continue Reading]

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Mars's Doomed Moon Phobos Might Not Be What We Thought - IFLScience

James Felton

A team of researchers analyzing previously unpublished images of Mars's moon Phobos have found hints that the unusual moon is not what we once thought. Mars's moons Phobos and Deimos are a little di ...[Continue Reading]

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Kilauea, active Hawaiian volcano, could erupt like a 'stomp-rocket toy,' new study suggests - ABC News

Julia Jacobo

Scientists may have found the mechanism behind the unusual explosive eruptions seen at one of the most active volcanoes in the world. Kilauea, located at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Is ...[Continue Reading]

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Crows Appear to Be Able to Count Out Loud - Newser

John Johnson

Scientists have long known that crows are smart. But a new study suggests they possess the ability to count out louda first for an animal species other than humans, reports Live Science. In fact, th ...[Continue Reading]

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Andromeda's Supermassive Black Hole Feeding Habits Revealed by NASA's Spitzer - SciTechDaily

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These images of the Andromeda galaxy use data from NASAs retired Spitzer Space Telescope. Multiple wavelengths are shown in the image on the upper image, revealing stars, dust, and areas of star for ...[Continue Reading]

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Reaching absolute zero for quantum computing now much quicker thanks to breakthrough refrigerator design - Livescience.com

Rory Bathgate

A breakthrough cooling technology could help invigorate quantum computing and slash costly preparation time in key scientific experiments by weeks. Scientists often need to generate temperatures clo ...[Continue Reading]

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