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The Roadster has since been on one hell of a journey, driving away from Earth at the impressive speed of 26,619 kilometers per hour (16,540 miles per hour), with an arguably more impressive fuel efficiency of 8,511.4 kilometers per liter (20,020 miles per gallon).

Fortunately for Musk, this will happen on a timescale of millions of years, and is unlikely to affect Tesla stock prices.

The Starman placed in the vehicle, assuming it is still intact and somehow achieves sentience, may pray for a sooner impact.

1 day ago
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Many examples of galactic mergers at various stages have been found out there in the wider Universe, but it's a slow process that can take millions to billions of years.

This is what scientists expected to see when they turned the infrared Spitzer Space Telescope to a galaxy merger 500 million light-years away called IIZw096 in 2010.

(Inami et al., ApJL, 2023)The researchers also identified 12 smaller sources of mid-infrared light in the JWST data, clustered around the bright "engine".

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You get a collapsible tripod, two eyepieces (10mm and 20mm), a red dot finder scope, a free download of Starry Night software and a 2-year US warranty.

Based in London, U.K. Graduating in June 2020, Alex studied Sports Journalism in the North East of England at Sunderland University.

During his studies and since his graduation, Alex has been featured in local newspapers and online publications covering a range of sports from university rugby to Premier League soccer.

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For example, red giants are incredibly bright but have relatively cool surfaces — something that can't happen to a hydrogen-burning main sequence star.

At first, that newly merged star will be both massive and large, with its outer surface flung far away from the core due to the enormous rotation after the collision.

But eventually, some astrophysical process (perhaps strong magnetic fields) drags down the rotation rate of the star, causing it to slow down and settle into equilibrium.

1 day ago
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Though the James Webb Space Telescope has been making waves in astronomy by discovering massive celestial objects sometimes as far away as billions of light-years, the new finding demonstrates the powerful instrument's unpredicted usefulness much closer to home.

The main asteroid belt is located between Mars and Jupiter and contains millions of space rocks formed from material leftover from the birth of the solar system over 4.5 billion years ago.

"This is a fantastic result which highlights the capabilities of MIRI to serendipitously detect a previously undetectable size of asteroid in the main belt," JWST support scientist at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Bryan Holler said.

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Sharper review – classy cast lead delectable caper about fraudsters and the super-rich
14 hours ago

Sharper review – classy cast lead delectable caper about fraudsters and the super-rich

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Summary

Screenwriters Brian Gatewood and Alessandro Tanaka have had big successes in the world of comedy and satire: now they have crafted this delectably enjoyable caper about fraudsters and Manhattan’s super-rich, a little like something by David Mamet – though without reaching the Mametian hard concrete floor of cynicism – or maybe Stephen Frears’s sleazy drama The Grifters, based on the novel by Jim Thompson.

Gentle bibliophile Tom (Justice Smith), sits behind the counter reading Edgar Allan Poe, and looks up alertly when a (rare) customer comes in: this is the stylish twentysomething Sandra (Briana Middleton) who is after something by Zora Neale Hurston.

A terrible crisis brings the two lovers into traumatic contact with sinuous, predatory city slicker Max (Sebastian Stan), wealthy New York socialite Madeline (Julianne Moore) and her mega-rich husband Richard (John Lithgow).

‘Three Women’: Starz In Negotiations For Series Starring Shailene Woodley Following Showtime Release
14 hours ago

‘Three Women’: Starz In Negotiations For Series Starring Shailene Woodley Following Showtime Release

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Summary

Starz is in negotiations to pick up the former Showtime series, adapted by Lisa Taddeo from her nonfiction bestseller of the same name, sources tell Deadline.

As Deadline reported exclusively last week, the producers of Three Women, starring Shailene Woodley, Betty Gilpin, DeWanda Wise and Gabrielle Creevy, had been quietly shopping the completed first season of the series after Showtime opted not to proceed with it as part of an ongoing slate reevaluation ahead of its integration into Paramount+.

The series is executive produced by Taddeo, showrunner Laura Eason, Kathy Ciric and Emmy Rossum.

From She Said to Devotion: this season’s ignored Oscarbait movies
14 hours ago

From She Said to Devotion: this season’s ignored Oscarbait movies

1 min, 24 secs

Summary

Photograph: Moviestore Collection Ltd/AlamyModeled as if it were an Oscar contender from decades prior (Gladiator and Braveheart were both confirmed influences), Gina Prince-Bythewood’s rousing action adventure The Woman King was an instant crowd-pleaser at both its Toronto film festival premiere and upon wide release soon after.

But Till, from Chinonye Chukwu who directed 2019’s powerful drama Clemency (star Alfre Woodard was a stinging Oscar snub that year), was a thoughtful and poignant film that avoided uneasy tropes and allowed Danielle Deadwyler the chance to shine in her first major lead role.

With period caper Amsterdam, he threw it all at the wall, including the starriest cast of the year (Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington, Robert De Niro, Anya Taylor-Joy, Zoe Saldana, Rami Malek, Chris Rock, Mike Myers, Taylor Swift) but it sank both commercially and critically.

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Report: Sonos’ next flagship speaker will be the spatial audio-focused Era 300
15 hours ago

Report: Sonos’ next flagship speaker will be the spatial audio-focused Era 300

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Summary

It pointed to a heightened focus on making Dolby Atmos content shine, as well as improving music using spatial audio.

This week, it identified more evidence of the speaker's development in the form of two recent documents from TV mount-maker Sanus that name the Era 300.

Besides superior audio quality, a new Sonos flagship could score points with shoppers by playing better with non-Apple devices, such as by including Bluetooth and by besting the Apple speaker's Wi-Fi 4 support.

PSA: Turn off notifications before downloading Hot Wheels via Game Pass
16 hours ago

PSA: Turn off notifications before downloading Hot Wheels via Game Pass

1 min, 8 secs

Summary

If you want to avoid sitting through all of those constant pop-ups, hit your Settings menu before starting the download and go down to Preferences, and from here you can just blanket disable notifications until Hot Wheels is done filling your download queue with individual DLC packs for every additional car and track part included, or personalise your settings to exclude just store notifications if you don't want to miss things like messages and invites while the racer installs.On the other hand, if you love that notification sound, what better way to hear it on loop than to install more than 50 tiny DLC packs at once?

Planning on grabbing Hot Wheels Unleashed now it has finally made its way to Game Pass?

Written by Luke Albigés Luke runs the TA news team, contributing where he can primarily with reviews and other long-form features — crafts he has honed across two decades of print and online gaming media experience, having worked with the likes of gamesTM, Eurogamer, Play, Retro Gamer, Edge, and many more.

Travis Kelce stresses the importance of naps in keeping his body healthy
16 hours ago

Travis Kelce stresses the importance of naps in keeping his body healthy

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Summary

Posted by Michael David Smith on February 7, 2023, 1:51 PM EST

Kelce said today at a pre-Super Bowl press conference that he likes to take “cat naps” of 45 minutes to an hour, sometimes multiple times a day.

NFL teams are increasingly recognizing the importance of sleep in keeping their players healthy, with some teams consulting sleep scientists to help them determine their schedules to maximize how well-rested players are.

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

Hidden molten rock layer found beneath Earth's tectonic plates

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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.

Ever wanted to see the northern lights? You can do so in Idaho. Here's when, how to watch
15 hours ago

Ever wanted to see the northern lights? You can do so in Idaho. Here's when, how to watch

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Summary

But in its simplest form, the northern lights occur because the encounter , which protects the planet from cosmic radiation and particles emitted from the sun.

“When the solar wind is stronger and blasting more material out into space, it will sort of start to overwhelm Earth’s magnetic field,” Barnes said.

Barnes recommended against using any sort of telescope or binoculars because an aurora is a wide-scale event, and a magnification device may limit your view.

Newly-discovered galaxy 'mirrors the early Milky Way'
17 hours ago

Newly-discovered galaxy 'mirrors the early Milky Way'

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The combined mass of SMACS 0723 operates as a gravitational lens and, according to NASA, 'magnify and distort the light of objects behind them, permitting a deep field view into both the extremely distant and intrinsically faint galaxy populations'.

Webb's NIRCam, which captures light from the edge of the visible through the near infrared range of the electromagnetic spectrum, brought distant galaxies into sharp focus in the image.

The telescope will be used to look back to the first galaxies born in the early universe more than 13.5 billion years ago, and observe the sources of stars, exoplanets, and even the moons and planets of our solar system.

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Tacoma woman with tuberculosis could face jail time for refusing treatment
14 hours ago

Tacoma woman with tuberculosis could face jail time for refusing treatment

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Summary

A horizontal list of tabs worked a decade ago, when we weren’t all living in our web browsers.

You can bring in all those Chrome extensions that won’t work on Safari, but still use all the passwords you’ve saved in your Apple Keychain.

It’s a long-winded setup that will ask you to import bookmarks, and you need to be willing to make it your default browser to even get into it (it’s easy to switch back later on if you need to).

Just a Teaspoon: Adding Herbs and Spices to Your Diet Could Improve Gut Health
15 hours ago

Just a Teaspoon: Adding Herbs and Spices to Your Diet Could Improve Gut Health

1 min, 6 secs

Summary

“Research has shown that people who have a lot of different microbes have better health, and a better diet, than those who don’t have much bacterial diversity,” said Penny M. Kris-Etherton, Evan Pugh University Professor of Nutritional Sciences, Penn State.

In both studies, the increase in Ruminococcaceae and bacterial diversity was viewed positively, as scientists continue to learn more about the connection between the gut microbiota and a spectrum of health factors, from blood pressure to weight.

“Herbs and Spices Modulate Gut Bacterial Composition in Adults at Risk for CVD: Results of a Prespecified Exploratory Analysis from a Randomized, Crossover, Controlled-Feeding Study” by Kristina S Petersen, Samantha Anderson, Jeremy R Chen See, Jillian Leister, Penny M Kris-Etherton and Regina Lamendella, 2 September 2022, The Journal of Nutrition.

My boyfriend said bad reaction to alcohol was in my head -- it was cancer
15 hours ago

My boyfriend said bad reaction to alcohol was in my head -- it was cancer

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Summary

One recent college graduate from England thought she had developed an allergy to drinking alcohol — but it turned out to be blood cancer.

Despite her scary diagnosis, she has a positive outlook on it all, thanks to its high five-year survival rate of 80%, according to the American Cancer Society.

When you have the disease, your white blood cells, which are called lymphocytes, grow “out of control,” which results in swollen lymph nodes in your body.

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Microsoft's new Bing and Edge hands-on: Surprisingly well-integrated AI
14 hours ago

Microsoft's new Bing and Edge hands-on: Surprisingly well-integrated AI

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Summary

The company's keynote today happened at breakneck pace, with demos whizzing by so quickly there was barely enough time to make sense of the updates.

This page is a more practical manifestation of the notion of an AI copilot — it's basically ChatGPT or any other chat bot you may have interacted with while getting tech support from your bank or shopping website.

In the demo, Saunders asked for spots to take photographs after first requesting a 3-day itinerary for Snoqualmie, and Bing replied with scenic locations in the same region.

Germany, Denmark, Netherlands to provide at least 100 Leopard 1 tanks for Kyiv
14 hours ago

Germany, Denmark, Netherlands to provide at least 100 Leopard 1 tanks for Kyiv

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Summary

BERLIN, Feb 7 (Reuters) - Denmark, Germany and the Netherlands will pool funds to restore at least 100 old Leopard 1 tanks from industry stocks and supply them to Ukraine, according to a joint statement published on Tuesday.

The joint statement about the plans by Denmark, Germany and The Netherlands said Ukraine would receive at least 100 of the Leopard 1 A5 tanks in coming months as well as training, logistical support, spare parts and an ammunition package.

Reporting by Sabine Siebold, Toby Sterling, Thomas Escritt, Andreas Rinke, Elaine Monaghan and Christian Kraemer; Editing by Rachel More, Mark Porter and Cynthia Osterman

The history of the 'designated survivor' at the State of the Union address
14 hours ago

The history of the 'designated survivor' at the State of the Union address

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Summary

But at least one top official is not expected to be in the US Capitol building for Biden’s speech, participating instead in an obscure ritual in order to maintain the line of presidential succession in the rare case that disaster strikes.

Last year, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo was the designated survivor for Biden’s first State of the Union address, staying away from the Capitol in an undisclosed and secure location during the president’s prime time remarks.

Acting Cabinet secretaries are eligible for the line of succession if they have been Senate-confirmed for other positions, according to 2003 congressional testimony from John Fortier, executive director of the continuity of government commission.

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