Quantitative Teleportation: “90% Accuracy” 27 mile online achievement |  Science |  News

Quantitative Teleportation: “90% Accuracy” 27 mile online achievement | Science | News

Experts are closer than ever to creating a sophisticated and highly secure quantum internet. Scientists have now been able to transmit quantum information over 27 miles (44 km). Data accuracy…

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Multiple missions to explore Mars and other space news in 2021

Multiple missions to explore Mars and other space news in 2021

While 2020 may have been derailed and some science delayed due to the pandemic, 2021 still promises to be the year of science “which we rarely see,” according to Thomas…

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NASA's Perseverance probe hears something on its way to Mars

NASA’s Perseverance probe hears something on its way to Mars

That’s because the machine is equipped with a microphone, which is the first of its kind for Mars exploration devices, and is meant to listen to the peeps of a…

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Earth at perihelion - closer to the Sun than on any other day of the year

Earth at perihelion – closer to the Sun than on any other day of the year

On January 2, 2021, Earth is closer to the sun It is in its elliptical orbit more than any other day of the year, on the occasion of an annual…

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Trough Earth Today - What is it and what does it mean for you?  |  Science |  News

Trough Earth Today – What is it and what does it mean for you? | Science | News

The Northern Hemisphere is still in winter grip, with countries like the United Kingdom facing freezing snow and icy conditions. So some might be surprised to learn that our planet…

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A satellite made of wood

A satellite made of wood

BBC reports that a company and a university in Japan Satellite design made of wood. Regardless of the request, Qualities of a hipster For such a noble material, what is…

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NASA's International Space Station crew flies into space for the New Year - with the tilt of zero gravity

NASA’s International Space Station crew flies into space for the New Year – with the tilt of zero gravity

The crew is on board International Space Station The ISS rang in the new year with the development of zero gravity while in orbit about 250 miles from Earth. Expedition…

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Learn about miniature robots that dance automatically

Learn about miniature robots that dance automatically

Interacting in a confined space, a swarm of “smart elements” can form automatic choreographies.picture: Courtesy of Thomas Beruitta In January 2020, a lab on the second floor at Northwestern University…

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Was that a dropped call from ET?

Was that a dropped call from ET?

Nobody thinks it was a phone call from ET, but radio astronomers admit that they have no explanation yet for a beam of radio waves that appears to have come…

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This epic space cloud sums up our goodbye for 2020

This epic space cloud sums up our goodbye for 2020

Sometimes, the universe provides the perfect way to express our feelings. A space cloud 7,500 light-years away has given us a convenient goodbye that we can think of for an…

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