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Dec 7, 2023

The Age of Silicon Is Here…for Batteries

Posted by in categories: energy, materials

The mainstay material of electronics is now yielding better energy storage.

Dec 7, 2023

A Gigantic Hole Just Opened Up in the Sun

Posted by in categories: particle physics, satellites

A massive hole opened up in the Sun’s atmosphere over the weekend, measuring more than 60 times the diameter of the Earth across at its peak.

Coronal holes like this one, imaged by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, occur when the Sun’s magnetic field suddenly allows a huge stream of the star’s upper atmosphere to pour out in the form of solar wind.

Over a short period of time, these highly energized particles can eventually make their way to us and — if powerful enough — wreak havoc on satellites in the Earth’s orbit. In rare instances, they can even mess with the electrical grid back on the ground.

Dec 7, 2023

What if Humans Are NOT Earth’s First Civilization? | Silurian Hypothesis

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Dec 7, 2023

IBM launches Quantum System Two and first 1,000+ qubit chip

Posted by in categories: computing, quantum physics

Computing giant IBM has launched three new innovations in quantum tech – the first utility-scale quantum computer, the first 1,000+ qubit chip and the most efficient quantum processor in terms of error correction.

IBM gave a sneak preview of its Quantum System Two during a conference last year. Following 12 months of additional research and development, it has now officially launched the system, which is described as “the first modular, utility-scale quantum computer.”

Dec 7, 2023

Scar tissue holds hints about pancreatic cancer outcome, Stanford Medicine-led research finds

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Pancreatic cancer is deadly, and its toll is growing. Scientists find that scar tissue around the tumor suggests how long a patient will live after diagnosis.

Dec 7, 2023

6 million-year-old ‘fossil groundwater pool’ discovered deep beneath Sicilian mountains

Posted by in category: futurism

A large pocket of fresh water that was sucked down into Earth’s crust 6 million years ago is still buried deep below a mountain range in Sicily, new research has found.

The fresh water likely became trapped underground during the Messinian salinity crisis, when the Mediterranean Sea dried up following a global cooling event that locked ocean water up in ice sheets and glaciers. This event likely exposed the seabed to rainwater that then trickled down into Earth’s crust, according to a study published Nov. 22 in the journal Communications Earth & Environment.

Dec 7, 2023

How AI is revolutionizing the world of medicine

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, business, robotics/AI

FOX Business’ Lauren Simonetti details a breakthrough finding in the medical community revealing how artificial intelligence can help detect silent seizures.

Dec 7, 2023

SpaceX sends up Space Coast’s 68th launch with Falcon Heavy on tap for weekend

Posted by in categories: internet, satellites

SpaceX knocked out yet another Falcon 9 launch overnight but is prepping for liftoff of its powerhouse Falcon Heavy from the Space Coast as early as Sunday.

A Falcon 9 lifted off from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station at 12:07 a.m. carrying another 23 Starlink satellites to orbit.

The first-stage booster flew for the ninth time with a recovery landing on the droneship Just Read the Instructions stationed downrange in the Atlantic.

Dec 7, 2023

SpaceX’s Colossal Starship Sets Pace in Race to Build Larger Rockets

Posted by in categories: economics, Elon Musk, space travel

Elon Musk’s latest rocket—the most powerful ever built—would offer better economics than conventional craft.

Dec 7, 2023

Capella to use SpaceX for two Acadia satellite launches

Posted by in category: satellites

WASHINGTON — Capella Space will launch two radar imaging satellites on SpaceX rideshare missions after an Electron launch failure disrupted its deployment plans.

Capella announced Dec. 5 that it had arranged to fly two of its Acadia satellites on SpaceX rideshare missions in the first half of 2024. Acadia-4 will fly on the Bandwagon-1 mission as soon as April 2024 while Acadia-5 will launch on Transporter-11 no earlier than June 2024. The Transporter-11 mission was arranged through launch services company Exolaunch.

Capella said in a statement that the arrangements allow for a diversity of orbits for its spacecraft. Bandwagon-1 is the first of a new line of dedicated rideshare missions that SpaceX announced earlier this year that will go to mid-inclination orbits, rather than sun-synchronous orbits accessed by Transporter missions.

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