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Scientists Propose New Candidate for Dark Matter

  Scientists have observed many distant objects with instruments like Hubble and the upcoming James Webb Space Telescope, but everything we’ve seen represents all those stars, nebulae, and galaxies are just the tip of an unfathomable iceberg. Only about 15 percent of the universe is made up of the matter …

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DJI Introduces RoboMaster S1 Educational Battlebot System

  In a switch from its line up of stabilizers, cameras, and drones, DJI has introduced an impressively specified robot aimed at the growing market for educationally themed tech toys. The RoboMaster S1 will appeal to Battlebot fans who’ve always wanted to try their hand at creating and programming a …

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Google tests showing weekly site visits in automated ad extension

Google has several types of automated extensions that can display in search ads — seller ratings, call extensions, dynamic sitelinks, etc. It’s currently testing a new version that highlights a site’s popularity. Spotted by Kristie TC Liu, digital marketing strategist at KoMarketing in Boston, the automated extension on a WeWork …

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Hubble Spots Sodium Chloride on Jupiter’s Moon Europa

Astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have discovered that the yellow color visible on portions of the surface of Europa, the second Galilean satellite outward from Jupiter, is actually sodium chloride (table salt). The discovery, reported in the journal Science Advances, suggests that Europa’s underground ocean may chemically resemble …

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