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Newswise: Predicting space weather: machine learning enhances GNSS signal stability
Released: 19-Jun-2024 7:05 AM EDT
Predicting space weather: machine learning enhances GNSS signal stability
Chinese Academy of Sciences

By leveraging geodetic GNSS receivers and a pre-trained decision tree algorithm, the research offers a cost-effective and efficient method to monitor and mitigate the adverse effects of scintillation on navigation accuracy.

Newswise: Planetary boundary layer revealed: satellites illuminate atmospheric mysteries
Released: 18-Jun-2024 10:05 AM EDT
Planetary boundary layer revealed: satellites illuminate atmospheric mysteries
Chinese Academy of Sciences

Unlocking the secrets of Earth's planetary boundary layer (PBL), a pivotal zone influencing air quality and climate, a new study offers unprecedented insights into atmospheric thermal contrasts (TC). By scrutinizing satellite data, researchers have shed light on how the surface-to-atmosphere temperature gradient affects the detection of atmospheric pollutants.

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Released: 18-Jun-2024 12:00 AM EDT
Laying the Foundation for Lunar Base Construction; Elucidating Lunar Soil-Microwave Interactions
National Research Council of Science and Technology

The research team led by Dr. Hyu-Soung, Shin at the Future & Smart Construction Research Division of the KICT is currently conducting a study on microwave-sintered lunar regolith simulant bricks. This research applies sintering techniques similar to firing ceramics, raising the temperature to create solid bricks.

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Newswise: Laying the Foundation for Lunar Base Construction; Elucidating Lunar Soil-Microwave Interactions
Released: 18-Jun-2024 12:00 AM EDT
Laying the Foundation for Lunar Base Construction; Elucidating Lunar Soil-Microwave Interactions
National Research Council of Science and Technology

The research team led by Dr. Hyu-Soung, Shin at the Future & Smart Construction Research Division of the KICT is currently conducting a study on microwave-sintered lunar regolith simulant bricks. This research applies sintering techniques similar to firing ceramics, raising the temperature to create solid bricks.

Newswise:Video Embedded observatorio-gemini-y-subaru-unen-fuerzas-para-descubrir-la-primera-pareja-de-cu-sares-en-el-principio-del-universo
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13-Jun-2024 1:00 PM EDT
Observatorio Gemini y Subaru unen fuerzas para descubrir la primera pareja de cuásares en el principio del Universo
NSF's NOIRLab

Un equipo de astrónomos descubrió una pareja de cuásares en fusión que bate todos los récords, ya que no sólo se trata de la más distante detectada hasta ahora, sino también del único par de este tipo que se encuentra en una de las épocas más tempranas del Universo. El hallazgo fue posible con la ayuda del poderoso instrumento GNIRS que se encuentra instalado en el telescopio de Gemini Norte, la mitad boreal del Observatorio Internacional Gemini, financiado en parte por la Fundación Nacional de Ciencias de Estados Unidos y operado por NOIRLab de NSF.

Newswise:Video Embedded observatorio-gemini-y-subaru-unen-fuerzas-para-descubrir-la-primera-pareja-de-cu-sares-en-el-principio-del-universo
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13-Jun-2024 1:00 PM EDT
Observatorio Gemini y Subaru unen fuerzas para descubrir la primera pareja de cuásares en el principio del Universo
NSF's NOIRLab

Un equipo de astrónomos descubrió una pareja de cuásares en fusión que bate todos los récords, ya que no sólo se trata de la más distante detectada hasta ahora, sino también del único par de este tipo que se encuentra en una de las épocas más tempranas del Universo. El hallazgo fue posible con la ayuda del poderoso instrumento GNIRS que se encuentra instalado en el telescopio de Gemini Norte, la mitad boreal del Observatorio Internacional Gemini, financiado en parte por la Fundación Nacional de Ciencias de Estados Unidos y operado por NOIRLab de NSF.

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13-Jun-2024 1:00 PM EDT
International Gemini Observatory and Subaru Combine Forces to Discover First Ever Pair of Merging Quasars at Cosmic Dawn
NSF's NOIRLab

With the help of the powerful GNIRS instrument on the Gemini North telescope, one half of the International Gemini Observatory, supported in part by the U.S. National Science Foundation and operated by NSF NOIRLab, a team of astronomers have discovered a double-record-breaking pair of quasars.

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13-Jun-2024 1:00 PM EDT
International Gemini Observatory and Subaru Combine Forces to Discover First Ever Pair of Merging Quasars at Cosmic Dawn
NSF's NOIRLab

With the help of the powerful GNIRS instrument on the Gemini North telescope, one half of the International Gemini Observatory, supported in part by the U.S. National Science Foundation and operated by NSF NOIRLab, a team of astronomers have discovered a double-record-breaking pair of quasars.

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Released: 17-Jun-2024 10:05 AM EDT
Investigating the Origins of the Crab Nebula With NASA's Webb
Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has provided a new view of the Crab, including the highest-quality infrared data yet available to aid scientists as they explore the detailed structure and chemical composition of the remnant. These clues are helping to unravel the unusual way that the star exploded about 1,000 years ago.

Newswise: A million light years and still going
Released: 17-Jun-2024 8:05 AM EDT
A million light years and still going
Case Western Reserve University

In a breakthrough discovery that challenges the conventional understanding of cosmology, scientists at Case Western Reserve University have unearthed new evidence that could reshape our perception of the cosmos.

Released: 13-Jun-2024 11:05 AM EDT
Watery planets orbiting dead stars may be good candidates for studying life — if they can survive long enough
University of Wisconsin–Madison

The small footprint and dim light of white dwarfs, remnants of stars that have burned through their fuel, may make excellent backdrops for studying planets with enough water to harbor life. The trick is spotting the shadow of a planet against a former star that has withered to a fraction of its size and finding that it’s a planet that has kept its water oceans for billions of years even after riding out the star’s explosive and violent final throes.

Newswise: NASA’s Roman Mission gets cosmic ​‘sneak peek’ from Argonne supercomputer
Released: 12-Jun-2024 11:05 AM EDT
NASA’s Roman Mission gets cosmic ​‘sneak peek’ from Argonne supercomputer
Argonne National Laboratory

Researchers from DOE and NASA joined forces to use Argonne’s Theta supercomputer to produce 4 million simulated images that are being used to prepare for future observations from the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope and the Vera C. Rubin Observatory.

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10-Jun-2024 5:00 AM EDT
2024 Kavli Prize Laureates Announced
The Kavli Foundation

The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters announced the 2024 Kavli Prize Laureates, recognizing groundbreaking science for the discovery and characterization of extra-solar planets and their atmospheres; foundational research integrating synthetic nanoscale materials for biomedical use; and the localization of areas in the brain specialized for face recognition and processing.

   
Released: 11-Jun-2024 3:05 PM EDT
MSU researchers unveil secrets of our galaxy’s black hole with ‘fireworks’ and ‘echoes’
Michigan State University

Michigan State University researchers led by Shuo Zhang, have presented new findings that will help scientists better understand the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way, Sagittarius A*.

Newswise: Wind from black holes may influence development of surrounding galaxies
Released: 11-Jun-2024 3:05 PM EDT
Wind from black holes may influence development of surrounding galaxies
University of Wisconsin–Madison

Clouds of gas in a distant galaxy are being pushed faster and faster — at more than 10,000 miles per second — out among neighboring stars by blasts of radiation from the supermassive black hole at the galaxy’s center. It’s a discovery that helps illuminate the way active black holes can continuously shape their galaxies by spurring on or snuffing out the development of new stars.

Newswise: In new experiment, scientists record Earth’s radio waves from the moon
Released: 11-Jun-2024 1:05 PM EDT
In new experiment, scientists record Earth’s radio waves from the moon
University of Colorado Boulder

Odysseus, a tenacious lander built by the company Intuitive Machines, almost didn't make it to the moon. But an experiment aboard the spacecraft managed to capture an image of Earth as it might look to observers on a planet far from our own.

7-Jun-2024 10:05 AM EDT
First study of civilian space crew charts course for research as commercial flight heats up
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

As a new space race revs up, propelling humans back to the Moon and toward a Mars landing for the first time, mysteries remain about the unique pressures of spaceflight on humans – especially for those blasting off through new commercial space travel operations. For the first time, researchers have data on the physical and psychological impact of spaceflight on an all-civilian crew.

Newswise: NASA's Hubble Finds Surprises Around a Star That Erupted 40 Years Ago
Released: 10-Jun-2024 3:15 PM EDT
NASA's Hubble Finds Surprises Around a Star That Erupted 40 Years Ago
Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)

Astronomers have used new and archival data from Hubble to revisit one of the strangest stars in our galaxy–40 years after it burst onto the scene as an extraordinarily bright and long-lived nova.

Newswise: NASA’s Webb Opens New Window on Supernova Science
10-Jun-2024 3:05 PM EDT
NASA’s Webb Opens New Window on Supernova Science
Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)

Using data from a deep Webb survey of the early universe, a team has identified 10 times more far-off supernovae than were previously known. This study is the first significant step toward more extensive surveys of ancient supernovae with Webb.

Newswise: Galactic Bloodlines: Many Nearby Star Clusters Originate from Only Three
10-Jun-2024 12:00 AM EDT
Galactic Bloodlines: Many Nearby Star Clusters Originate from Only Three "Families"
University of Vienna

An international team of astronomers led by the University of Vienna has deciphered the formation history of young star clusters, some of which we can see with the naked eye at night.


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