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There’s A Reason Why You Fall Into YouTube Rabbit Holes

In 2015, Google introduced a recommendation system that used artificial intelligence to mimic the human brain.that was created to help viewers expand what they saw and watch many more videos.So while

Asteroid 2001 FO32: Fast mover expected to be largest to pass by Earth in 2021

Scientists estimate the asteroid is between 1,300 and 2,230 feet wide.25 million miles, or more than five times the distance between Earth and the moon, during its closest approach.It will also be mov

All the Martian sounds recorded by the Mars Perseverance rover, so far

The Mars Perseverance rover, the first robot to record Martian sounds with a real microphone, has already picked up some eerie, extraterrestrial recordings.The sounds, available below, include the ro

Scientists Worry That Another Coronavirus Will Spill Over : Goats and Soda : NPR

toggle caption Steeve Jordan/AFP via Getty Images A researcher with Franceville International Medical Research Centre collects bats in a net on November 25, 2020 inside a cave in Gabon.Scientists are

‘Oumuamua may be a chip knocked off an icy, Pluto-like exoplanet

But researchers think they finally have the mystery object pegged: It could be a shard of nitrogen ice broken off a Pluto-like planet orbiting another star.Alan Jackson and Steven Desch, planetary sci

Researchers re-create key human embryo stage in lab | Science

A human embryo at the blastocyst stage is smaller than the tip of a ballpoint pen and may contain fewer than 100 cells, but this developmental waypoint has long puzzled and vexed biologists and physi

Distant jets are giving us clues to how supermassive black holes get so big

The second, in a preprint study that will soon be published in the Astrophysical Journal, is the discovery of an astrophysical jet from a supermassive black hole 12.Both help explain why supermassive

Watch SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket complete another successful launch and landing

While most of America was asleep this morning, SpaceX successfully launched and landed its Falcon 9 rocket again.The Falcon 9, the 'first orbital class rocket capable of reflight,' departed from the

SpaceX flies Falcon 9 rocket booster for a record 9th time, delivers 3rd batch of Starlink satellites in two weeks – TechCrunch

SpaceX has delivered another 60 Starlink satellites to orbit — meaning it has sent 180 in total to join its 1,000+ strong constellation in the past two weeks alone.SpaceX set its prior reusability r

Asteroid The Size Of Golden Gate Bridge To Buzz By Earth

It will be the largest and fastest asteroid to travel through our space this year, but it won’t get anywhere near close enough to cause any major worries.It measures about 1,300 to 2,230 feet wide,

NASA astronauts conduct fifth spacewalk of 2021

The spacewalk, which assisted with continued upgrades to the orbiting laboratory, began at 8:14 a.This will be Glover's fourth spacewalk and the fifth for Hopkins.During the spacewalk, Glover was crew

World Of Warcraft’s First Player-Chosen Mount Is Available Now

In September last year, Blizzard asked World of Warcraft players to vote on a new mount that would be gifted for free to all players with Shadowlands active on their accounts.Players overwhelmingly v
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