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1 day ago
  • 57 secs
  • #science
  • #Live Science
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Astronomers have finally weighed an isolated white dwarf, or the shriveled husk of a dead star, using a strange phenomenon predicted by Einstein's theory of relativity decades ago.

In their new research, the study authors used positioning data from the European Space Agency’s Gaia mission to predict precisely when LAWD 37 would pass in front of the distant star, allowing the team to prepare for the gravitational lensing event accordingly.

Based on the distant star’s slight movement in the sky, the team calculated that the white dwarf is approximately 56% as massive as the sun, which agrees with existing models and predictions for what’s going on inside these strange stellar remnants.

1 day ago

In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the group describes their work, which involved studying brain capabilities in the species of fish.

The bluestreak cleaner wrasse specializes in removing dead skin and other materials from other fish or sea creatures.

More information: Masanori Kohda et al, Cleaner fish recognize self in a mirror via self-face recognition like humans, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences(2023).

23 hours ago

Vulcan Centaur will replace ULA's long-standing Atlas V and Delta IV rockets, which are certified for commercial, government and national security missions by the U.S. Space Force.

The mission will loft two demonstration satellites for Amazon's Project Kuiper broadband constellation, along with a Celestis Memorial Spaceflight payload and a commercial moon lander called Peregrine.

Elizabeth's reporting includes an exclusive with Office of the Vice-President of the United States, speaking several times with the International Space Station, witnessing five human spaceflight launches on two continents, working inside a spacesuit, and participating in a simulated Mars mission.

22 hours ago

In 2015, when NASA's New Horizons spacecraft encountered the Pluto-Charon system, the Southwest Research Institute-led science team discovered interesting, geologically active objects instead of the inert icy orbs previously envisioned.

These new models suggest that when the moon's internal ocean froze, it may have formed the deep, elongated depressions along its girth but was less likely to lead to cryovolcanoes erupting with ice, water and other materials in its northern hemisphere.

Fractures in the ice shell may be the initiation points of these canyons along the global tectonic belt of ridges that traverse the face of Charon, separating the northern and southern geological regions of the moon.

22 hours ago
  • 1 min, 0 secs
  • #science
  • #Inverse
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Ghostly green Comet ZTF is an astronomical throwback to the last days of the Neanderthals, and it’s not too late to catch a glimpse of it in the northern sky this week.

The last time comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) passed through the inner Solar System, Neanderthals and Homo sapiens were still neighbors in parts of Ice Age Europe — and we may be the last members of our species to see it.

Comet ZTF is already starting the outbound leg of its long journey, headed back to the cold, dark outskirts of our Solar System after passing within 26 million miles of Earth on February 1.

22 hours ago
  • 1 min, 12 secs
  • #science
  • #Hindustan Times
  • Summary

The Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) has finalised the coordinates of three possible landing sites for its third lunar mission – Chandrayaan-3 – expected to be launched later this year.

All the probable landing sites are on the moon’s south polar region on the side facing earth, senior scientists from the space agency said on Tuesday.

Chandrayaan-2 was successfully launched and inserted into lunar orbit in 2019, but its lander crash-landed on the moon’s surface when it deviated from its trajectory while attempting to land on September 6, 2019, due to a software glitch.

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Jim Carrey lists $29M LA mansion while offering a glimpse of his own art
7 hours ago

Jim Carrey lists $29M LA mansion while offering a glimpse of his own art

51 secs

Summary

The sprawling 12,700-square foot property, in LA's upmarket Brentwood neighborhood, is set across more than two acres of land, according to Sotheby's International Realty, which is handling the sale.

As well as a recent NFT collection and searing political cartoons, which he regularly posted to Twitter during the Donald Trump administration, the actor is known for creating colorful paintings on canvas.

There are various other original Carreys on display, including paintings that appeared in " I Needed Color," a short documentary released in 2017 that saw the Hollywood star describe his artistic process.

Wordle today: Here's the answer, hints for February 8
12 hours ago

Wordle today: Here's the answer, hints for February 8

34 secs

Summary

A new Wordle has arrived, offering you a little puzzle break in your busy day.

One tip is to select a word that includes at least two different vowels, plus some common consonants like S, T, R, or N.

There is a tricky repeated letter in today's Wordle solution, so don't let that trip you up.

Ram Charan's Wife Upasana Apologises To Kiara Advani And Sidharth Malhotra For Missing The Wedding
12 hours ago

Ram Charan's Wife Upasana Apologises To Kiara Advani And Sidharth Malhotra For Missing The Wedding

38 secs

Summary

Ram Charan, who will co-star with Kiara in director S Shankar's untitled film, wrote in the comments: "Match made in heaven."

In their caption, they referred to a dialogue from their 2021 film Shershaah and she wrote:" Ab humari permanent booking hogayi hai We seek your blessings and love on our journey ahead."

On the work front, Kiara Advani was last seen in Dharma Productions' Govinda Naam Mera, co-starring Vicky Kaushal and Bhumi Pednekar.

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#Technology

Canon's $680 EOS R50 is its most affordable RF camera yet
13 hours ago

Canon's $680 EOS R50 is its most affordable RF camera yet

42 secs

Summary

Despite its modest price, the R50 also includes the company's excellent Dual Pixel autofocus technology, with built-in subject detection for people, animals and vehicles.

The RF-S55-210mm IS STM isn’t the fastest option in Canon’s RF lens stable, but it does add some much-needed choice on the APS-C side of things.

Effectively, the R50 is a more capable version of the EOS M50 Mark II that’s less than $100 more expensive and doesn’t limit you to Canon’s dead-end EF-M mount system.

Wednesday’s PFT Like has a strong 49ers’ vibe
13 hours ago

Wednesday’s PFT Like has a strong 49ers’ vibe

26 secs

Summary

It gives us a chance to meet with and chat with folks we rarely otherwise see in person.

We’re also live at 6:00 p.m. local time in the UK and Ireland on Sky Sports NFL.

Tuesday’s guest list included Ravens tight end Mark Andrews, Jets receiver Garrett Wilson, and former Falcons G.M.

HomePod 2 teardown shows what’s different compared to the 2018 model
15 hours ago

HomePod 2 teardown shows what’s different compared to the 2018 model

32 secs

Summary

YouTube channel Brandon Geekabit(via iPhone in Canada) has shared a complete teardown video of the second generation HomePod.

While HomePod 2 is extremely similar to the original model from the outside, there are some notable differences inside.

On the original HomePod, the light area is much smaller, although the surface is a bit larger.

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The Hunt for Cosmic Dawn: HERA Doubles Sensitivity to Unlock the Secrets of the Early Universe
8 hours ago

The Hunt for Cosmic Dawn: HERA Doubles Sensitivity to Unlock the Secrets of the Early Universe

2 mins, 0 secs

Summary

An array of 350 radio telescopes located in the Karoo desert of South Africa is getting closer to detecting “cosmic dawn” – the time period following the Big Bang when stars first ignited and galaxies formed.

Reference: “Improved Constraints on the 21 cm EoR Power Spectrum and the X-Ray Heating of the IGM with HERA Phase I Observations” by The HERA Collaboration: Zara Abdurashidova, Tyrone Adams, James E. Aguirre, Paul Alexander, Zaki S. Ali, Rushelle Baartman, Yanga Balfour, Rennan Barkana, Adam P. Beardsley, Gianni Bernardi, Tashalee S. Billings, Judd D. Bowman, Richard F. Bradley, Daniela Breitman, Philip Bull, Jacob Burba, Steve Carey, Chris L. Carilli, Carina Cheng, Samir Choudhuri, David R. DeBoer, Eloy de Lera Acedo, Matt Dexter, Joshua S. Dillon, John Ely, Aaron Ewall-Wice, Nicolas Fagnoni, Anastasia Fialkov, Randall Fritz, Steven R. Furlanetto, Kingsley Gale-Sides, Hugh Garsden, Brian Glendenning, Adélie Gorce, Deepthi Gorthi, Bradley Greig, Jasper Grobbelaar, Ziyaad Halday, Bryna J. Hazelton, Stefan Heimersheim, Jacqueline N. Hewitt, Jack Hickish, Daniel C. Jacobs, Austin Julius, Nicholas S. Kern, Joshua Kerrigan, Piyanat Kittiwisit, Saul A. Kohn, Matthew Kolopanis, Adam Lanman, Paul La Plante, David Lewis, Adrian Liu, Anita Loots, Yin-Zhe Ma, David H.E.

MacMahon, Lourence Malan, Keith Malgas, Cresshim Malgas, Matthys Maree, Bradley Marero, Zachary E. Martinot, Lisa McBride, Andrei Mesinger, Jordan Mirocha, Mathakane Molewa, Miguel F. Morales, Tshegofalang Mosiane, Julian B. Muñoz, Steven G. Murray, Vighnesh Nagpal, Abraham R. Neben, Bojan Nikolic, Chuneeta D. Nunhokee, Hans Nuwegeld, Aaron R. Parsons, Robert Pascua, Nipanjana Patra, Samantha Pieterse, Yuxiang Qin, Nima Razavi-Ghods, James Robnett, Kathryn Rosie, Mario G. Santos, Peter Sims, Saurabh Singh, Craig Smith, Hilton Swarts, Jianrong Tan, Nithyanandan Thyagarajan, Michael J. Wilensky, Peter K. G. Williams, Pieter van Wyngaarden and Haoxuan Zheng, 19 January 2023, The Astrophysical Journal.

Hidden molten rock layer found beneath Earth's tectonic plates
19 hours ago

Hidden molten rock layer found beneath Earth's tectonic plates

59 secs

Summary

The world’s oceans and continents sit on 15 major blocks that move and shift, called tectonic plates, that make up the lower crust and upper mantle.

Junlin Hua, a postdoctoral fellow at the Jackson School of Geosciences at the University of Texas at Austin, was studying seismic images of Earth’s mantle located beneath Turkey for his doctoral research when he spotted signs of partly molten rock.

By analyzing the data, Hua saw how the seismic waves moved through the different materials beneath Earth’s crust, including changes in speed, direction and time of arrival at the detection sites.

Proof Emerges that Neanderthals Harvested and Ate Crabs 90000 Years Ago
19 hours ago

Proof Emerges that Neanderthals Harvested and Ate Crabs 90000 Years Ago

1 min, 7 secs

Summary

A study just published in the journal Frontiers in Environmental Archaeology reports that, in addition to the charcoal remains of past cooking fires, excavators unearthed deep and rich deposits of shells and bones that come from the animals the Neanderthals consumed.

"At the end of the Last Interglacial, Neanderthals regularly harvested large brown crabs," said study lead author Dr. Mariana Nabais of the Catalan Institute of Human Paleoecology and Social Evolution in Tarragona, Spain, in a Frontiers press release.

"Together with the associated evidence for the large-scale consumption of limpets, mussels, clams, and a range of fish, our data falsify the notion that marine foods played a major role in the emergence of putatively superior cognitive abilities among early modern human populations of sub-Saharan Africa."

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Your Blood Type Affects Your Risk of Early Stroke, Scientists Find
11 hours ago

Your Blood Type Affects Your Risk of Early Stroke, Scientists Find

43 secs

Summary

In a study published last year, genomics researchers uncovered a clear relationship between the gene for the A1 subgroup and early onset stroke.

The researchers noted, however, that the additional risk of stroke in people with type A blood is small, so there is no need for extra vigilance or screening in this group.

"We still don't know why blood type A would confer a higher risk," said senior author and vascular neurologist Steven Kittner from the University of Maryland.

Rare Cancer Causes US Man to Suddenly Develop an Irish Sounding Accent
12 hours ago

Rare Cancer Causes US Man to Suddenly Develop an Irish Sounding Accent

58 secs

Summary

FAS is an unusual speech disorder that can cause a person to suddenly break out in a 'foreign' accent for no known reason, with pronunciation shifting in ways that resemble – superficially at least – the cadence of another dialect or language.

Despite the attention given to stories where people suddenly develop particular foreign accents, most cases of FAS are generic changes to speech production that can't be readily associated with any specific geographical region.

"This unusual presentation highlights the importance of additional literature on FAS and PNDs associated with prostate cancer to improve understanding of the links between these rare syndromes and clinical trajectory," write the case study's authors.

Fallopian tube removal to help prevent ovarian cancer? Why experts are suggesting it
14 hours ago

Fallopian tube removal to help prevent ovarian cancer? Why experts are suggesting it

45 secs

Summary

"Research shows that removing the fallopian tubes when having another pelvic surgery such as a hysterectomy or tubal ligation, and leaving the ovaries intact, can prevent ovarian cancer," it also said.

"Screening for ovarian cancer, even in high-risk populations, does not work," said Dr. Stephanie V. Blank, M.D., director of gynecologic oncology for the Mount Sinai Health System.

Gerber said people need to be their own advocates — no one should be afraid to ask a health care provider about genetic testing and the removal of fallopian tubes.

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#Politics

Biden State of the Union address likely boosted Democrats' 2024 confidence
7 hours ago

Biden State of the Union address likely boosted Democrats' 2024 confidence

1 min, 1 sec

Summary

He struck notes of his traditional unity message, pledging to work with the new Republican House leadership and touting his legislative accomplishments in the past year, but Biden also laid out an Average Joe America vision for 2024 chock full of poll-tested, middle-of-the-road issues, as well as a healthy dose of left-wing populism.

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy of Calif., speaks after President Joe Biden delivered the State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress at the U.S. Capitol, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2023, in Washington.

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy of Calif., speaks after President Joe Biden delivered the State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress at the U.S. Capitol, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2023, in Washington.

CBS to Replace James Corden’s ‘Late Late Show’ With Stephen Colbert-Backed ‘@midnight’ Reboot
8 hours ago

CBS to Replace James Corden’s ‘Late Late Show’ With Stephen Colbert-Backed ‘@midnight’ Reboot

52 secs

Summary

Stephen Colbert, who hosts The Late Show for the network, is on board as executive producer of the revived program that aired 600 episodes on Comedy Central before signing off in August 2017.

Hardwick is not expected to have direct involvement in the new iteration [email protected], which hails from Funny or Die and won two Emmys for creative achievement in interactive media social TV experience over the course of its initial run.

Aside from The Late Show, Colbert’s other producing credits currently include Tooning Out the News and Hell of A Week With Charlamagne Tha God, both airing on Comedy Central, which, like CBS, is owned by Paramount Global.

LeBron James, not Michael Jordan, is greatest player in NBA history
9 hours ago

LeBron James, not Michael Jordan, is greatest player in NBA history

59 secs

Summary

With his 36th point Tuesday against the Oklahoma City Thunder, LeBron James passed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to become the NBA’s all-time leading scorer and silence a decades-long debate.

After making the record shot, amid deafening cheers from fans who leaped and hugged, James stalked across the court with his arms in the air and his head tilted toward the ceiling.

James is more adaptable than Jordan, with the body of a tight end, the toughness of a running back and the agility of a wide receiver, with a game that produces unstoppable drives and feathery three-pointers.

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