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  • NASA's Artemis 1 Faced Engine Issue And The Launch Was Scrubbed

    NASA's Artemis 1 Faced Engine Issue And The Launch Was Scrubbed

    The Space Launch System (SLS) and Orion spacecraft were set to take off on a test journey to the moon called Artemis I. However, engine problems delayed the launch. Another effort may be made on September 2 to launch again, but this will depend on the results of ongoing testing.

  • Some Humans Can Detect The Magnetic Field Of The Earth

    Some Humans Can Detect The Magnetic Field Of The Earth

    One of the advantages animals have over humans is the ability to detect the magnetic field of the earth. Humans are unable to do this. Some humans can detect the magnetic field of the earth, according to a study that indicates a neurological trait known as magnetoreceptors is responsible for the ability of some humans to detect the magnetic field.

  • Plastic That Decomposes After Use Has Been Invented By Scientists

    Plastic That Decomposes After Use Has Been Invented By Scientists

    A novel plastic that decomposes after use produced by University of Tokyo researchers is loaded with enzymes that cause it to degrade in water spontaneously. Plastic contamination in the water has now become a global environmental problem. This study will aid in the reduction of plastic pollution in the ocean.

  • Four Artemis Launch Suspense Factors To Watch Out For

    Four Artemis Launch Suspense Factors To Watch Out For

    On Monday, NASA will launch the Artemis I mission, which will involve sending three replica astronauts on a 40-day journey around the moon and there are four artemis launch suspense factors to watch out for. How may we expect to benefit from their journey? The launch of the world's most powerful rocket is only the beginning.

  • Scientists Use Mealworms To Make A Seasoning That Tastes Like Meat

    Scientists Use Mealworms To Make A Seasoning That Tastes Like Meat

    According to recent news, scientists use mealworms to make a seasoning that tastes like meat. It has been discovered that eating insects is a more environmentally friendly option than eating other types of animal proteins. On the other hand, many people find them repulsive.

  • When Reunited With Their Owners, Dogs Cry Happy Tears - Researchers Find

    When Reunited With Their Owners, Dogs Cry Happy Tears - Researchers Find

    When you see a video of a reunited dog with its previous owner, you can't help but feel sentimental. The researchers at Japan's Azabu University found evidence that dogs cry happy tears upon seeing their owner again after separation.

  • Sleep Deprivation – New Study Finds That It Makes Us Less Generous

    Sleep Deprivation – New Study Finds That It Makes Us Less Generous

    One of the cornerstones of a civilized society is the mutual aid practiced by its members. But a new study by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, shows that sleep deprivation hurts this important human trait, which has real-world consequences.

  • 7-Million-Year-Old Femur Reveals Prehistoric Human Walked Upright

    7-Million-Year-Old Femur Reveals Prehistoric Human Walked Upright

    A 7-million-year-old femur reveals a prehistoric human walked upright. In 2001, archaeologists found two forearm bones and part of a fossilized leg bone in the central African country of Chad. A recent study says that these fossils come from the oldest known hominid.

  • Unexpected View Of Jupiter – Webb Telescope Images Of The Planet Surprised Scientists

    Unexpected View Of Jupiter – Webb Telescope Images Of The Planet Surprised Scientists

    Jupiter's auroras have never been seen, thanks to the world's newest and largest space telescope. On Monday, scientists unveiled these images of the largest planet in our solar system. Jupiter's northern and southern lights and polar haze were photographed for the first time by the James Webb satellite telescope in July.

  • NASA Invites Media To The World's First Planetary Defense Test

    NASA Invites Media To The World's First Planetary Defense Test

    NASA invites media to the world's first planetary defense test as its Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) will impact a target asteroid, which poses no threat to Earth, at 7:14 p.m. EDT on Monday, September 26. DART is the first mission in the world to test technology that could protect Earth from potential threats like asteroids or comets.

  • NASA Announces That The Artemis I Is Ready For A Launch To The Moon And Back

    NASA Announces That The Artemis I Is Ready For A Launch To The Moon And Back

    NASA announces that the Artemis I is ready for a launch to the moon and back. On Monday, August 20, 2022, the space agency gave the go-ahead for the unmanned Artemis 1 mission to take a test flight around the moon the following week. This is because on Monday, NASA did a review called the Flight Readiness Review.

  • Fly With Zombie Fungus Wins A Science Photo Contest

    Fly With Zombie Fungus Wins A Science Photo Contest

    The discovery of a fly with zombie fungus wins a science photo contest. This zombie fungus that can control the mind of an insect may not be something to cheer about, but a picture of it killing an insect is getting cheers from scientists. The photo is so beautiful that it won the second BMC Ecology and Evolution Image Competition.

  • Monkeypox – Risk Of Its Transmission From Humans To Pets

    Monkeypox – Risk Of Its Transmission From Humans To Pets

    The zoonotic virus monkeypox may be transmitted to humans by some species of monkeys and apes. The infection then spreads from one person to another. Doctors recently revealed the first human instance of spreading the virus to a beloved dog at Paris's Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital.

  • Forever Chemicals – Scientists Develeped A New Technique To Destroy Them Safely

    Forever Chemicals – Scientists Develeped A New Technique To Destroy Them Safely

    Forever chemicals found in everyday objects such as nonstick cookware have long been connected to major health problems because of their toxicity and strong resistance to breakdown as waste products. Scientists have created a novel technique that breaks down two key types of dangerous "forever chemicals," leaving only benign end products.

  • 10 Miners Trapped Underground For 2 Days In A Mexico Mine

    10 Miners Trapped Underground For 2 Days In A Mexico Mine

    The El Pinabete coal mine, located in the state of Coahuila in northern Mexico, was flooded on August 3, leaving 10 miners trapped underground for 2 days in a Mexico mine with floodwaters reaching a height of 130 feet. Officials in Mexico have stated that the incident was reported at approximately 1:35 p.m. on Wednesday, when miners allegedly came across a tunnel full of water, which then inundated the Sabinas mine.

  • Annual Syphilis Cases In Japan May Exceed 10,000

    Annual Syphilis Cases In Japan May Exceed 10,000

    The rate at which syphilis is spreading in Japan has increased dramatically in recent years. There will likely be more than 10,000 new cases of the disease every year, according to doctors.

  • Stop Using Any Of These Milks In Your Coffee Immediately, FDA Issues A Warning

    Stop Using Any Of These Milks In Your Coffee Immediately, FDA Issues A Warning

    Some people like to drink their coffee black, but there's no shame in adding a little cream, sugar, or both to alleviate the bitterness. There's more variety than ever regarding creamer selections, including mainstays like milk and Coffee Mate and non-dairy alternatives like oat and almond milk.

  • Propane - A Sustainable Option For Air Conditioning

    Propane - A Sustainable Option For Air Conditioning

    The increasing usage of air conditioners, which poses a threat to the environment due to their high energy consumption and the use of refrigerants with a high warming potential, is being driven by the current extreme heat waves, the intensity and frequency of which are anticipated to increase in the future. A new study found that using propane as a refrigerant could cut down on the rise in global temperature caused by space cooling.