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In orbit of Jupiter, settled

In orbit of Jupiter, settled "interstellar immigrant"

Visited us in the past year, the asteroid Omwamwi, flown in from another system, forced scientists to think about how, not whether in the Solar system similar? Article researchers, recently published in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, suggests that Omwamwi is not the first interstellar envoy.

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2018-05-22

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Chinese scientists have proposed an explanation for the strange fast radio bursts from space

Chinese scientists have proposed an explanation for the strange fast radio bursts from space

Researchers from Nanjing University (China) proposed a new explanation of the mysterious fast radio pulses (FRB), in which for a few milliseconds in outer space emitted a huge amount of energy.

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2018-05-21

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The proposed new confirmation of the existence of the ninth planet in the Solar system

The proposed new confirmation of the existence of the ninth planet in the Solar system

Astronomers continue the search for the mysterious "Ninth planet", which, in their opinion, can exist almost at the outermost boundary of our Solar system.

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2018-05-20

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Discovered an effective method of recovery of motor function after stroke

Discovered an effective method of recovery of motor function after stroke

Analysis of several studies and scientific publications have helped the American scientists to find out an effective method of recovery of the limb after stroke.

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2018-05-17

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In space, discovered oxygen aged about 13.3 billion years

In space, discovered oxygen aged about 13.3 billion years

In a faraway galaxy called MACS1149-JD1, located 13.

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2018-05-17

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Doctors have learned to restore nerve cells

Doctors have learned to restore nerve cells

"Nerve cells do not regenerate".

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2018-05-16

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Astronomers have discovered the most rapidly growing black hole in the known Universe

Astronomers have discovered the most rapidly growing black hole in the known Universe

a team of astronomers from the Australian national University has discovered the growing black hole — the quasar.

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2018-05-16

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In the multiverse may be more to life than we thought

In the multiverse may be more to life than we thought

Multiverse — in which there is, and our universe may not be so hostile to life than previously anticipated, according to a new study.

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2018-05-15

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Yogi was right: proper breathing enlightens the mind

Yogi was right: proper breathing enlightens the mind

Yogis and Buddhists have long claimed that meditation and the ancient practice associated with breathing, such as pranayama, strengthen our ability to focus on tasks.

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2018-05-15

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Scientists believe that leprosy was spread by red squirrels

Scientists believe that leprosy was spread by red squirrels

it is Known that leprosy is one of the affecting humans.

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2018-05-12

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Scientists finally determined how will our Sun die

Scientists finally determined how will our Sun die

What metamorphoses await our Sun after the death star? Scientists have produced a new prediction about what will be the end of our sun and after that will look like our Solar system.

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2018-05-09

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Scientists: humans have a second immune system. And it affects personal life

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2018-05-08

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Fast food increases the risk of infertility in women

Fast food increases the risk of infertility in women

a Group of Australian and British scientists came to the conclusion that the love of junk food and exclusion from the diet of fruit can lead to difficulties with conception in women of reproductive age.

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2018-05-05

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Russian scientists first in the world unfroze and launched heart

Russian scientists first in the world unfroze and launched heart

the Main problem of modern cryonics (the science of freezing living tissue) is the difficulty in unfreezing these tissues so that ice crystals don't hurt a living material.

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2018-05-04

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Published the latest work of Stephen Hawking about the nature of our Universe

Published the latest work of Stephen Hawking about the nature of our Universe

Before an outstanding physicist of our time Stephen Hawking has left this world, he had to leave his last scientific paper — his latest theory about the nature of the Universe, which he co-wrote with his Belgian counterpart Thomas Hertogdom from the Catholic University of Louvain.

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2018-05-02

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China is building a

China is building a "rain factory" the size of three of Spain

Artificial rain — that will help China to moisten the area at three in Spain.

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2018-04-29

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As really need to protect your skin from the sun

As really need to protect your skin from the sun

summer is Approaching, and that means many of us will be spending time in the sun, enjoying a holiday by the sea.

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2018-04-27

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AI has surpassed astronomers in the efficiency of determining survival of exoplanets

AI has surpassed astronomers in the efficiency of determining survival of exoplanets

it's been thirty years since that moment as it was the first scientific proof of the existence of planets outside the Solar system.

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2018-04-26

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Scientists have considered the enzyme to cell immortality

Scientists have considered the enzyme to cell immortality

the Scientists of the Department of cell and molecular biology, University of California at Berkeley using the method cryoelectron microscopy received the most detailed to date picture of the structure of human telomerase – an enzyme that ensures the immortality of cells.

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2018-04-26

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Created the most detailed at the moment map of the milky Way

Created the most detailed at the moment map of the milky Way

the European space Agency (ESA), a new very accurate and highly detailed map of the milky Way, which shows the exact location and brightness of almost 1.

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2018-04-26

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