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The observatory, known by the nickname Kuafu-1, will view the Sun from its orbit around Earth.Credit: NASA/Goddard/SDO China is set to launch its first dedicated solar observatory. Astronomers say its trio of instruments will provide insights into how the Sun’s magnetic field creates coronal mass ejections and other eruptions. The Advanced Space-based Solar Observatory (ASO-S)
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China is the world’s largest producer of cement, steel and other building materials, whose manufacture emits huge amounts of carbon dioxide. But an analysis now suggests that powering heavy industries with hydrogen could be a cost-effective way to reduce China’s carbon emissions — and its contribution to climate change1. Access options Subscribe to Journal Get
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The Great Salt Lake is becoming saltier as it runs out of fresh water. According to Wayne Wurtsbaugh of the Quinney College of Natural Resources Watershed Sciences, the lake is losing sources of freshwater input due to agriculture, urban sprawl, and drought, and the drawdown is causing salt concentrations to soar beyond the tolerance of
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As the Italian probe LICIACube whizzed past asteroids Didymos (bottom) and Dimorphos (top), it captured a debris plume spraying out from the DART spacecraft as it smashed into Dimorphos.Credit: ASI/NASA Astronomers see fireworks as spacecraft ploughs into asteroid Telescopes in space and across Earth captured the spectacular aftermath of NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART)
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To repair the harm caused by global warming, scientists have installed their newly created modular coral reefs off the Caribbean coasts. Modular Coral Reefs The research team has implemented a novel technique for restoring coral reefs off the coast of the Caribbean countries of Antigua and Barbuda. The “coral modules,” which are artificial constructions resembling
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An enormous solar flare messed up the reaction to Hurricane Ian, and given that a sizable active sunspot has just entered Earth’s field of vision, there could be more. (Photo : by GIORGIO VIERA/AFP via Getty Images) Interfering with Rescue Operations The devastating impact of Hurricane Ian on Florida and the Carolinas may have been
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Nature’s annual workplace photo competition is back after a two-year break. As restrictions associated with the COVID-19 pandemic ease in many parts of the world, we want the competition to continue celebrating the many roles and types of research performed by scientists globally, often in challenging conditions. We’re looking for excellent photographs of scientists working
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A new study published in Science Advances by the University of Texas at Arlington researchers presented a fresh approach for discovering broad coral disease resistance features and investigates the basic processes behind species survival. coral disease resistance traits (Photo : Nico Smit/Unsplash) The study of seven Caribbean reef-building coral species’ responses to white plague illness
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Researchers discovered the first evidence of a social relationship between chimpanzees and gorillas after a long-term study.  The research noted and documented the lasting social relationship between chimpanzees and gorillas that was said to persist over the years and in different contexts. Scientists from Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago, the University of Johannesburg in South