Surface Duo 2 passes through the FCC with 5G, NFC, and wireless charging support
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Surface Duo 2 passes through the FCC with 5G, NFC, and wireless charging support

Microsoft will announce the new Surface Duo 2 smartphone at a special Surface Hardware event on Wednesday, September 22nd. Although rumors suggest a
Starwatch: the arrival of autumn brings the lovely harvest moon
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Starwatch: the arrival of autumn brings the lovely harvest moon

Watch out for the gorgeous harvest moon rising above the horizon Tuesday this week. The harvest moon is the full moon closest the autumnal equinox.
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Microsoft's Surface Pro 8 might include a 120Hz screen and Thunderbolt ports

Microsoft's September 22nd event could include one of the biggest Surface Pro updates in many years. According to The Verge a Twitter user named
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Ultra-white paint could reduce the need for air conditioning

White houses can be boring. But they could save the planet. USA Today reports that Purdue University researchers developed an ultra-white paint,
ExoMars Will be Drilling 1.7 Meters to Pull its Samples From Below the Surface of Mars
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ExoMars Will be Drilling 1.7 Meters to Pull its Samples From Below the Surface of Mars

The Rosalind Franklin rover will leave for Mars in about one year (Sept. 20, 2021). Rosalind Franklin is the latest mission of the Roscosmos ExoMars
Prehistoric elephant nursery probably made easy prey for Neanderthals
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Prehistoric elephant nursery probably made easy prey for Neanderthals

An elephant calf Neto De Carvalho and others' fossilized footprint Elephants were raising their babies among the dunes along the Spanish coast more
Leaf-inspired material makes different liquids flow in opposite ways
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Leaf-inspired material makes different liquids flow in opposite ways

A surface with 3D-ratchet structures that allow liquids of different surface tensions and to spread in different directions. This idea was inspired
The Surprising Reason The Moon Has Fewer Craters Than It Probably Should
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The Surprising Reason The Moon Has Fewer Craters Than It Probably Should

It takes only a glance at the Moon to realize that it has had a difficult time in its nearly 4.5-billion year history. But a new study shows that it
China Analyzing Moon Rocks as Potential Fusion Power Source
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China Analyzing Moon Rocks as Potential Fusion Power Source

This could be the key to unlocking Fusion Energy. Moon Fusion Chinese scientists are currently studying samples of lunar rock to determine if they
The Dark Asteroid Ryugu Finally Comes Into the Light
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The Dark Asteroid Ryugu Finally Comes Into the Light

The Japanese space agency Hayabusa2 visited Ryugu in 2018, a near-Earth asteroid that occasionally crosses our planets orbit. However, it has not yet