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Sep 18, 2022

The 2022 Tesla Bot Update Is Here!

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Last video: The 2023 Model Y Update Is Here — All New Features!
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Sep 18, 2022

Scientists Create Artificial Life That Reproduces In a Strange Way

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https://www.pnas.org/content/118/49/e2112672118
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https://wyss.harvard.edu/news/team-builds-first-living-robot…reproduce/
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Sep 18, 2022

Astronomers discover how naughty baby stars steal each others’ planets

Posted by in categories: particle physics, space

Stellar nurseries are a hotbed for heists.


These stellar nurseries are densely populated places, where hundreds of thousands of stars often reside in the same volume of space that the Sun inhabits on its own. Violent interactions, in which stars exchange energy, occur frequently, but not for long. After a few million years, the groups of stars dissipate, populating the Milky Way with more stars.

Our new paper, published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, shows how massive stars in such stellar nurseries can steal planets away from each other — and what the signs of such theft are.

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Sep 18, 2022

Astronomer develops new method for spotting elusive newborn planets

Posted by in category: space

They are hard to spot underneath all the space dust.

Astronomers today understand the basics of how planets are born but have struggled to witness the process thus far, even with the use of advanced tools. Now, a group of astronomers at the Center for Astrophysics, Harvard & Smithsonian have engineered a new way to detect these elusive newborn planets, according to a press release by the institution published Thursday.

The findings are described in The Astrophysical Journal Letters.

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Sep 18, 2022

Asteroid-impacting DART mission deploys observer satellite

Posted by in category: space

This month will see NASA deliberately crash a spacecraft into an asteroid in a planetary defense test — and that spacecraft has now deployed its photographer.

Sep 18, 2022

AGI via Deep Neuro & Bio-mimicry — John Smart (short)

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, space

A short discussion before John Smart’s talk at the Stepping Into the Future conference where he discusses his idea that the only easy path to general intelligence is via neuro and biomimicry.

For more detail, see his full talk ‘The Goodness of the Universe: Outer Space, Inner Space, and the Future of Networks’ here: http://www.scifuture.org/the-goodness-of-the-universe-outer-…ohn-smart/

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Sep 17, 2022

Vast Space to develop artificial-gravity space station

Posted by in categories: cryptocurrencies, energy, space

PARIS – Vast Space, a Southern California startup founded by cryptocurrency billionaire Jed McCaleb, plans to establish an artificial-gravity space station in low Earth orbit.

McCaleb envisions a future where millions of people are living throughout the solar system. Since other companies are helping to reduce launch costs, McCaleb thinks the next important step will be creating large structures where people can live and work in space.

“Earth has finite resources, but out in the solar system, there is an enormous untapped wealth, both in terms of energy and matter, that could support many ‘Earths,’” McCaleb told SpaceNews by email. “Likewise, mankind needs a frontier. Every prosperous civilization has had one to push off into – nevertheless, we haven’t had one for some time. Without a frontier, the world becomes a zero-sum game, which is detrimental to the psyche of a civilization. And in terms of the long-term future of humanity, we will need to live off of the Earth eventually.”

Sep 17, 2022

Europe’s Sun probe just survived a potentially world-ruining solar storm

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Some of Solar Orbiter’s instruments had to be turned off during the event.


There’s one spacecraft that will be very well placed to capture that increasing activity: Solar Orbiter is currently 25 percent of the way through its 10-year mission of observing the Sun. By 2025, it will be closer than ever to our parent star, and it has already started observing some fantastic phenomena from our Sun.

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Sep 17, 2022

Released: James Webb Image We Were All Waiting For

Posted by in categories: physics, space

The James Webb Space Telescope has released stunning new images of the Orion nebula, a star-forming region lying about 1,300 light years away in the Orion constellation. The images are overflowing with details and are a significant improvement over the Hubble and the Spitzer images of the same. Structures down to the size of the solar system can be seen in them.

The details of the new Webb images will enable astronomers studying stellar astrophysics to understand star formation in detail. Star formation is still not fully understood, and several questions remain unanswered.

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Sep 16, 2022

Here are the James Webb Space Telescope’s stunning first pictures

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The NASA telescope images show a stellar birthplace, the gassy environs of a dying star, a galaxy smashup and the deepest view into the cosmos yet.

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