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Astrophile, the impossible IronPlanet

At the point when Joe lived back on Earth, it felt like the years were flying by. At that point, he went to work in the mines on the ironplanet and found how wrong he’d been. One side of the little world delighted in the unending night, and in his warmth safe spacesuit, it was sufficiently cool to stand and penetrate into the ground. There was neither dawn nor dusk to stamp the progression of time, yet he knew the iron planet spun around its star so quick that each…

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Whats is NAD+, the Molecule of Youth

The nucleotide NMN, which participates in energy exchanges in cells, is able to synthesize the coenzyme NAD+ in the body, which slows down the aging process, according to a study published in the journal Cell Metabolism and quoted by the Eurekalert portal. According to the research , carried out by a team from Washington University in St. Louis, the new method of generating NAD+ could help extend life expectancy to humanity. According to scientists, nicotin adenine dinucleotide participates in the exchange of electrons and protons and in the energy production of all…

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Scientists teleported an object into Earth’s orbit

Chinese scientists say they have succeeded in teleporting particle of photons from Earth to a satellite that orbits 1,400 kilometers (about 870 miles) away from our planet. For many, however, teleportation evokes something much more exotic. Is a world that was once confined to science fiction becoming a reality? Somehow yes, but it is not likely that we can get to the office or a beach in the Bahamas at any time, unfortunately. How does it work? In short, teleportation is to transmit the state of an object instead of…

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What’s Inside a Black Hole?

What’s Inside a Black Hole? Could we get into a spaceship in one of them?. Mathematics Hannah Fry and geneticist Adam Rutherford plan to answer several on their show “The Curious Cases of Rutherford and Fry,” chose to start with this one. “Sounds fun!” Exclaimed Fry. “Nobody knows much about black holes, that’s why they’re so fantastic,” said the cosmologist Andrew Pontzen, which baffled us a bit because we had called him to contribute his knowledge … and lack of knowledge, apparently. “Not only do we not understand them well but what…

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