Searching for Earth 2.0? Zoom in on a star
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Searching for Earth 2.0? Zoom in on a star

Reconstructed surface of Epsilon Eridani, a spotted star with each panel showing that the star has advanced one-fifth its rotation. Credit:
Microsoft Office, Windows, and cloud boosts Q1 2022 earnings
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Microsoft Office, Windows, and cloud boosts Q1 2022 earnings

Microsoft today announced the first quarter 2022 financial results. It reported revenue of $45.3 billion, and net income of $20.5 million (GAAP). The
These Could Be The Most Detailed Close-Up Images of Living Bacteria Taken to Date
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These Could Be The Most Detailed Close-Up Images of Living Bacteria Taken to Date

There is always more to discover and learn. This holds true whether you zoom in to tiny organisms or out into the vast reaches of our Universe.
This Groundbreaking Simulator Generates a Huge Indoor Ocean
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This Groundbreaking Simulator Generates a Huge Indoor Ocean

It's a complicated mixture of biology, physics and chemistry, according to Grant Deane, Scripps oceanographer and co-principal investigator at Soars.
APOD: 2021 October 23
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APOD: 2021 October 23

Astronomy Picture Of The Day Explore the cosmos Every day, a new image or photograph of the universe is presented. A brief explanation by an
APOD: 2021 October 23
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APOD: 2021 October 23

Astronomy Picture Of The Day Explore the cosmos Every day, a new image or photograph of the universe is presented. A brief explanation by an
This gigantic resort shaped like the Moon is the next best thing to space travel
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This gigantic resort shaped like the Moon is the next best thing to space travel

This resort, shaped like the Moon, is the next best thing about space travel If you don't have the funds to pay $250,000 for a rocket ship that will
Experiments confirm a quantum material's unique response to circularly polarized laser light
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Experiments confirm a quantum material's unique response to circularly polarized laser light

Laser light is typically linearly polarized. This means that it oscillates in one direction, up or down. It can be circularly polarized at right.
Baby Octopuses Grow Hundreds of Mystery Organs Only to Lose Them as They Grow Up
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Baby Octopuses Grow Hundreds of Mystery Organs Only to Lose Them as They Grow Up

Although your internal organs change over time, they rarely disappear without trace. Things are more complicated for baby octopuses. Before being
First Real-World Photos and Video of New MacBook Pro Models Begin to Surface
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First Real-World Photos and Video of New MacBook Pro Models Begin to Surface

Apple's new MacBook Pro models, 14-inch and 16,-inch versions, were unveiled earlier this week. The first photos from the real world have been