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Microsoft Surface Go 3 review: Third time isn't quite the charm

Microsoft's Surface Go tries to bridge two worlds. Microsoft launched the Surface Go in 2018 as a cheap way to enjoy the 2-in-1 Surface experience.
Research reveals how much plastic debris is currently floating in the Mediterranean Sea
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Research reveals how much plastic debris is currently floating in the Mediterranean Sea

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 public domain Researchers have created a model that tracks the fate and pathways of plastic debris in the Mediterranean Sea from
BepiColombo Probe Just Took This Beautiful Picture of Mercury's Northern Hemisphere
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BepiColombo Probe Just Took This Beautiful Picture of Mercury's Northern Hemisphere

According to the European Space Agency, Saturday's first images of Mercury from the European-Japanese BepiColombo satellite have been returned. These
The Europe-Japan mission to Mercury sends back photos of the planet’s cratered surface
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The Europe-Japan mission to Mercury sends back photos of the planet’s cratered surface

Photographs taken from Mercury, the planet least explored in the solar system's solar system, reveal that it has a crater-ridden surface that looks
Europe-Japan space mission captures images of Mercury
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Europe-Japan space mission captures images of Mercury

Mercury as seen from Friday's BepiColombo spacecraft. According to the European Space Agency, Saturday's first images of Mercury from the
Joint Europe-Japan Spacecraft Captures First Photos of Mercury
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Joint Europe-Japan Spacecraft Captures First Photos of Mercury

The first up-close view of Mercury has been captured by a space mission launched jointly by the Japanese and European space agencies. Advertisement
Spacecraft swoops close to Mercury and snaps images of its wild surface
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Spacecraft swoops close to Mercury and snaps images of its wild surface

Mercury is a mystery. Only two spacecraft have ever passed the closest planet to our sun. The BepiColombo spacecraft, a joint European and Japanese
A New Paper Claims Photosynthesis Could Be Possible in The Clouds of Venus
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A New Paper Claims Photosynthesis Could Be Possible in The Clouds of Venus

The intriguing question of whether phosphine gas could have biological origin was raised by the alleged detection of it in Venus' atmosphere. The
Unprecedented view of a single catalyst nanoparticle at work
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Unprecedented view of a single catalyst nanoparticle at work

An X-ray analysis of a catalyst nanoparticle provided a 3D image that showed changes in its surface tension, surface chemical composition and
Nasa launches latest Landsat 9 to monitor Earth’s surface
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Nasa launches latest Landsat 9 to monitor Earth’s surface

Nasa launched the latest mission in its 50-year-old unbroken series of satellites that monitor Earth's surface. Landsat 9 was lifted atop a United