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Musk SpaceX Lands Humans

Humans walked on the moon half a century ago, and it looks like we’re heading back. NASA aims to send astronauts to the lunar surface in the coming decade with the Space Launch System (SLS) and SpaceX Starship HLS, but SpaceX’s Elon Musk has his sights set on a more …

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Eye Drops Could Replace Glasses

(Image: Vuity.com)One inescapable fact of life, alongside death and taxes, is once you careen over the hill into your 40s your vision starts to get a little blurry. For a lot of people this newfound condition requires the use of reading glasses, which magnify things that are close to your …

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The Primordial Soup

For a desert, there’s a bunch of cool science news coming out of the Atacama — no dry spell here. We just heard about a pterosaur fossil, found in the Atacama in a place that was once ocean, that provides evidence the flying reptiles were distributed throughout Gondwana. Now astrophysicists …

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AI-Powered Electronic

In using AI tools to design chips, Samsung is the latest company tossing its hat into the growing arena. The company has apparently harnessed new AI processing tools from the Electronic Design Automation (EDA) manufacturer Synopsys to build an upcoming Exynos mobile SoC. Synopsys is a believable partner for this …

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Chocolate in the Morning

A new study, led by Brigham and Women’s Hospital scientists, suggests that having chocolate in the morning or in the evening/night results in differential effects on hunger and appetite, lipid oxidation, fasting glucose, microbiota, and sleep and temperature rhythms; the consumption of a rather high amount of chocolate (100 g) …

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Mysterious Space Object

The outer solar system is littered with big chunks of rock and ice, but rarely do their orbits bring them close enough to Earth for us to get a good look. And then there’s 2014 UN271, an approaching object that astronomers believe to be a huge comet on a million-year …

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Samsung’s Exynos

  Back in 2019, AMD and Samsung announced a joint partnership to bring Radeon graphics to Exynos hardware. At the time, AMD announced that the GPU would be based on its then-new RDNA architecture and that Samsung would pay associated technology license fees and royalties to AMD. Earlier this year …

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Light Dark Matter

Dark matter with masses below 1 GeV can scatter, become captured, deposit annihilation energy, and increase the heat flow within extrasolar gas giants, rogue planets and brown dwarfs peppered throughout the Milky Way Galaxy, according to a paper published in the journal Physical Review Letters. Leane Smirnov suggest light dark …

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New SSD Shortage

  A new cryptocurrency could make hard drives and SSDs both difficult to find in the coming weeks, courtesy of its “innovative” new mining model. I want to stress that I’m not sure these reports aren’t themselves part of an effort to draw attention to a new cryptocurrency at a …

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