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
Climate change from nuclear war's smoke could threaten global food supplies, human health
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Climate change from nuclear war's smoke could threaten global food supplies, human health

According to researchers from Rutgers University and the National Center for Atmospheric Research, nuclear war would result in many deaths. However,
Could Elon Musk Paint a Giant Picture of His Face on the Moon?
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Could Elon Musk Paint a Giant Picture of His Face on the Moon?

Redditor today posted a provocative question: Could you paint your face on Moon so it is visible from Earth? Let's suppose that Elon does [go] to
Venus’s surface may have never been cool enough for oceans or life
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Venus’s surface may have never been cool enough for oceans or life

Cloud structure in the Venusian atmosphere JAXA/ISAS/DARTS/Kevin M. Gill Venus may not have had water on its surface in the right conditions, so it
Hubble finds evidence of persistent water vapor in one hemisphere of Europa
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Hubble finds evidence of persistent water vapor in one hemisphere of Europa

NASA's Galileo spacecraft took this photograph of Europa, the Jovian moon. It was taken at 776,700 miles. Europa is slightly smaller than Earth's
Scientists capture image of bizarre 'electron ice' for the first time
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Scientists capture image of bizarre 'electron ice' for the first time

The first ever photograph of a Wigner Crystal, a bizarre honeycomb-pattern material that is entirely made of electrons, has been taken by physicists.