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Scientists baffled because the Earth is spinning faster than usual

Scientists have been baffled after discovering that the Earth is spinning faster than usual – making the days shorter than usual. New measurements by the UK’s National Physical Laboratory show that the Earth is currently spinning faster than it did half a century ago. On June 29, the Earth’s full rotation of 1.59 milliseconds took …

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NASA delayed the launch of Psyche. Here’s the reason for this big deal

NASA and the Psyche team declined interview requests until an independent review of mission delays had been completed. At last month’s press conference, Laurie Glaese, chief of NASA’s planetary science division, said agency officials will make a decision on next steps based on that review in the coming months. But WIRED has spoken with other …

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15 High Quality Dividends You Can Buy For Sale Now

John Buckingham, editor of the Prudent Speculator newsletter, paraphrases Warren Buffett when he says “Whether it’s socks or stocks, we like to buy low-quality goods.” 2022 is the year that offered attractive buying opportunities. Pouring money into stocks during a bull market means that you are buying at a high price. But if you’ve been …

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This runaway star is flowing through space at over 160,000 kilometers per hour

Not all stars are happy to wander around the center of the galaxy with all the other stars. Some stars are slithering through the Milky Way with great force. These are runaway stars, and we can trace their paths to understand the violent events that can occur in the universe. One of the most famous …

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Astronomers detect radio signals billions of light years away

Astronomers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and universities in Canada and the United States say they have detected a radio signal from a distant galaxy that flashes repeatedly. In a paper published in the Journal of Nature, co-authored by members of the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME)/FRB Collaboration, scientists said a fast …

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