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NASA's Voyager 1 Back in Action! Sends Valuable Data After Malfunction - Times Now
NASA's Voyager 1 Back in Action! Sends Valuable Data After Malfunction - Times Now

NASA's Voyager 1 is fully back after months of malfunction in sending messages. "The spacecraft has resumed gathering information about interstellar space," NASA said.

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Study Confirms Rotation Of Earth's Inner Core Is Slowing Down, It Began Decreasing In... - NDTV
Study Confirms Rotation Of Earth's Inner Core Is Slowing Down, It Began Decreasing In... - NDTV

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MIT scientists develop new tool for long-term DNA storage — Jurassic Park-inspired amber-like polymer - ThePrint
MIT scientists develop new tool for long-term DNA storage — Jurassic Park-inspired amber-like polymer - ThePrint

ScientiFix, our weekly feature, offers you a summary of the top global science stories of the week, with links to their sources.

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Nasa's James Webb Telescope finds most distant galaxy in known universe - The Times of India
Nasa's James Webb Telescope finds most distant galaxy in known universe - The Times of India

Science News: In a remarkable feat of astronomical research, Kevin Hainline, an astronomer at the University of Arizona, has observed a galaxy that provides a glimp.

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NASA shares stunningly timed image of aurora on Earth from up in the sky - News9 LIVE
NASA shares stunningly timed image of aurora on Earth from up in the sky - News9 LIVE

Watch captivating image of an aurora shared by NASA taken from the sky above that shows a miraculous timing and alignment by Astronaut Matthew Dominick.

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SpaceX's Starlink megaconstellation may be hindering ozone healing process - NewsBytes
SpaceX's Starlink megaconstellation may be hindering ozone healing process - NewsBytes

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Einstein Telescope: Unlocking a New Era in Astronomy From 250 Meters Underground - SciTechDaily
Einstein Telescope: Unlocking a New Era in Astronomy From 250 Meters Underground - SciTechDaily

The Einstein Telescope, set to begin observations in 2035, will expand our capability to detect gravitational waves, offering new insights into the universe's most dramatic events, including neutron star collisions that form elements like gold. It’s still jus…

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European Space Agency Shares Pic Of ''Enigmatic'' Star System: ''Cosmic Dance Of Fire And Ice'' - NDTV
European Space Agency Shares Pic Of ''Enigmatic'' Star System: ''Cosmic Dance Of Fire And Ice'' - NDTV

The ESA dubbed it a ''cosmic dance of fire and ice'' with the star becoming increasingly hotter and dimmer.

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Amazing images of deep space captured by NASA telescopes - DNA India
Amazing images of deep space captured by NASA telescopes - DNA India

A red scene is featured in this Hubble Space Telescope image in observance of the autumn foliage season. It shows a small part of the Westerhout 5 nebula.

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NASA shares image of ancient cluster formed after mega-merger between galaxies, check post | Mint - Mint
NASA shares image of ancient cluster formed after mega-merger between galaxies, check post | Mint - Mint

NASA shared a sparkling image of NGC 2005, a globular cluster. According to multiple theories, it is believed to have formed due to this merger. The cluster is located 750 light-years from the Large Magellanic Cloud, containing millions of old stars.

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Nova explosion of nearby star will soon light up Earth's skies - Earth.com
Nova explosion of nearby star will soon light up Earth's skies - Earth.com

T Coronae Borealis is expected to explode as early as September 2024, offering a spectacular sight for stargazers worldwide.

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The Human Brain's Complexity Verges on The Brink of Chaos, Physicists Say - ScienceAlert
The Human Brain's Complexity Verges on The Brink of Chaos, Physicists Say - ScienceAlert

The human brain is said to be the most complex object in the known Universe.  Its 89 billion neurons each have around 7,000 connections on average, and the physical structure of all those entities may be balanced precariously on a knife's edge, according...

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Our Galaxy Actually Consumed A Smaller Galaxy Three Billion Years Ago - Chip Chick
Our Galaxy Actually Consumed A Smaller Galaxy Three Billion Years Ago - Chip Chick

The Gaia spacecraft, launched in 2013 by the European Space Agency, is in the process of creating a detailed map of the Milky Way by tracing the positioning and movements of more than a billion

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NASA says Voyager 1 is fully back online months after it stopped making sense - The Verge
NASA says Voyager 1 is fully back online months after it stopped making sense - The Verge

For the first time since it started sending nonsensical data in November, NASA says Voyager 1 is once again sending back information from all four scientific instruments.

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The Great Oxidation Event: A 200-Million-Year Journey to Oxygenation - SciTechDaily
The Great Oxidation Event: A 200-Million-Year Journey to Oxygenation - SciTechDaily

Earth's "Great Oxidation Event" was spread over 200 million years, according to recent discoveries. New research highlights the Great Oxidation Event's complexity, revealing that the rise of atmospheric and oceanic oxygen was a dynamic process lasting over 20…

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Nasa's Chandra X-ray captures 'super' star cluster nearest to Earth - Times of India - The Times of India
Nasa's Chandra X-ray captures 'super' star cluster nearest to Earth - Times of India - The Times of India

Science News: NEW DELHI: Westerlund 1, the largest and nearest 'super' star cluster to Earth, is being closely observed with new data from Nasa’s Chandra X-ray Obse.

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Flares and Echoes: Unveiling the Supermassive Black Hole at the Milky Way's Core - The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel
Flares and Echoes: Unveiling the Supermassive Black Hole at the Milky Way's Core - The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel

Researchers from Michigan State University have made groundbreaking discoveries about the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way.

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“I've Never Seen Anything Like It Before” – Unusual 550 Million Year Old Fossil Solves Paleontological Paradox - SciTechDaily
“I've Never Seen Anything Like It Before” – Unusual 550 Million Year Old Fossil Solves Paleontological Paradox - SciTechDaily

The research offers new insights into the early evolution of animals. Researchers led by Shuhai Xiao at Virginia Tech have discovered a 550 million-year-old sea sponge fossil, shedding light on a 160 million-year gap in the fossil record. This fossil, which s…

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Earth's climate might be influenced by sun's passage through dense interstellar cloud - AzerNews.Az
Earth's climate might be influenced by sun's passage through dense interstellar cloud - AzerNews.Az

New research suggests the Earth's climate might have been dramatically influenced by the sun's passage through a dense interstellar cloud millions of years ago, Azernews ​reports.

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NASA, Boeing delay return of Starliner spacecraft after 5th helium leak found - Global News
NASA, Boeing delay return of Starliner spacecraft after 5th helium leak found - Global News

NASA is once again delaying a return flight from the International Space Station (ISS) for two astronauts testing a Boeing spacecraft. The Starliner has been...

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