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The Earth completes its rotation in less than 24 hours, and crashes again for the shortest day

The reason for the difference in the speed of the Earth’s rotation is still unknown. (a file) On July 29, Earth broke the record for the shortest day as it completed a full rotation in 1.59 milliseconds less than its record 24-hour rotation. according to does not depend onRecently, the planet has increased its speed. …

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The Earth completes its rotation in less than 24 hours, and crashes again for the shortest day

The reason for the difference in the speed of the Earth’s rotation is still unknown. (a file) On July 29, Earth broke the record for the shortest day as it completed a full rotation in 1.59 milliseconds less than its record 24-hour rotation. according to does not depend onRecently, the planet has increased its speed. …

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New magnetic breakthrough could unleash smaller, more efficient fusion reactors

Nuclear fusion is virtually unlimited energy and the deregulation of the detrimental effect of fossil fuel consumption. Researchers from the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) have announced that they have found a way to build powerful magnets much smaller than ever before, a press release reveals. The new innovation could …

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NASA unveils ambitious new plan to detect signs of life on distant planets

The NASA Institute for Advanced Concepts is known for supporting outlandish ideas in the fields of astronomy and space exploration. Since its re-establishment in 2011, the Institute has supported a wide range of projects as part of its three-phase programme. However, to date, only three projects have continued to receive Phase III funding. And one …

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Near-Earth Asteroids We’ve Never Seen Hiding in the Sun’s Glare

Sun glare is the main reason why telescopes tend to look outward from Earth, far from the center of our solar system. New research reveals that for telescopic surveys prepared for isotopes in the other direction, much more can be found. In particular, recent surveys have revealed NEOs or NEOs, including asteroids that we have …

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