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Google’s Pixel 6

Excitement is building over Google’s upcoming release of the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro. These devices will be the very first with the company’s long-awaited Tensor custom chip, and they’ll also have the first new camera array from Google in several years. With all this fancy hardware, Android fans …

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Save The Planet After All

For years, the conventional wisdom has been that you can’t just nuke an incoming asteroid to save the planet, no matter what Hollywood movies have told you. The logic is quite straightforward; blowing space rocks into pieces would cause an even deadlier rain of smaller astroids that would pelt the …

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Outer Solar System

If the 21st century has taught us any astronomical lessons, it’s that counting planets is hard. In 2000, there were nine planets, and now there are eight, but that might not last. Astronomers have been on the hunt for a theorized ninth planet in the extreme outer solar system, and …

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An Earth-Like Axial

Earth has numerous properties that make it an ideal home for life as we know it, including a robust magnetic field that deflects radiation, a temperate climate with liquid water, a large moon that stabilizes the planet’s rotation, and a modest axial tilt. That last item may be more important …

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The Milky Way Core

The current scientific consensus is that a supermassive black hole lurks at the center of our galaxy. We know that’s true in other galaxies — there’s even photographic evidence of a black hole in M87. However, a new study suggests that the Milky Way might not have a black hole. …

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Deflect An Asteroid?

Some days, it feels like humanity is doing everything it can to hasten the end of the world, from creating weapons that can turn Earth into a nuclear hellscape to pumping formerly sequestered carbon into the atmosphere at ever-increasing rates. Still, these are things we as a species could stop …

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The Milky Way Dark Matter

The current scientific consensus is that a supermassive black hole lurks at the center of our galaxy. We know that’s true in other galaxies — there’s even photographic evidence of a black hole in M87. However, a new study suggests that the Milky Way might not have a black hole. …

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Sacrificing Satellites

Some days, it feels like humanity is doing everything it can to hasten the end of the world, from creating weapons that can turn Earth into a nuclear hellscape to pumping formerly sequestered carbon into the atmosphere at ever-increasing rates. Still, these are things we as a species could stop …

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The Pixel 6 Processor

  Google was roundly criticized last year for its decision to skip Qualcomm’s high-end Snapdragon 865 chip. Instead, Google’s Pixel 5 sported the cheaper 765 system-on-a-chip (SoC). The cheaper flagship Pixel was a risk, and it didn’t pay off. The Pixel 6, however, could come out swinging. According to leaked …

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