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  • Photo of New particle at the Large Hadron Collider

    New particle at the Large Hadron Collider

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — At CERN, an exotic particle consisting of four charmed quarks was first discovered. The discovery is reported in an article published in the arXiv.org preprint repository. The team of scientists used a new method for searching for anomalies, which are called bumps in particle physics, against other fixed collision products (events) of proton beams dispersed in the Large Hadron Collider to an energy of 13…

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  • Photo of Artificial intelligence can’t deal with chaos, but physics training can help

    Artificial intelligence can’t deal with chaos, but physics training can help

    (ORDO NEWS) — Although AI systems continue to take tremendous steps forward, they are still not particularly good at dealing with chaos or unpredictability. Researchers now believe they have found a way to fix this by teaching AI physics. The Hamilton function gives the AI ​​information about the entire dynamic system: all the energy contained in it, both kinetic and potential. Neural networks designed to mimic the human brain as…

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  • Photo of Scientists have demonstrated quantum entanglement on a tiny satellite orbiting the earth

    Scientists have demonstrated quantum entanglement on a tiny satellite orbiting the earth

    (ORDO NEWS) — In the field of quantum physics, quantum entanglement – what Einstein called the “frightening action at a distance” – stands out as one of the most intriguing phenomena. And now, scientists have just been able to successfully demonstrate this again, this time aboard the CubeSat satellite orbiting the Earth. Quantum entanglement – when two particles are inextricably linked at a distance, so that one serves as an…

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  • Photo of Unexpected emission of radiation was detected in Europe

    Unexpected emission of radiation was detected in Europe

    (ORDO NEWS) — This month, several countries discovered a mysterious increase in radiation levels over northern Europe, although not a single country claimed responsibility for the anomaly. A faint surge in radiation – at levels that are considered harmless to humans but significant enough to be seen at radiation monitoring stations – began to appear last week when European authorities announced new readings of radionuclide particles in the atmosphere. “Very…

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  • Photo of In China, a new strain of swine flu with pandemic potential

    In China, a new strain of swine flu with pandemic potential

    (ORDO NEWS) — Researchers in China have discovered a new type of swine flu that can cause a pandemic, according to a study published in the scientific journal PNAS. Called G4, it is genetically derived from a strain of H1N1 that caused a pandemic in 2009. It possesses “all the main signs of high adaptability to human infection,” say authors, scientists from Chinese universities and the Chinese Center for Disease…

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  • Photo of Global warming comes faster than scientists expected

    Global warming comes faster than scientists expected

    (ORDO NEWS) — Global warming raises the temperature at the South Pole three times faster than on the rest of the Earth, scientists have come to this conclusion in recent studies, which has caused considerable concern in the scientific community. The South Pole is located in the coldest region on Earth: the Antarctic Plateau. The average temperature there ranges from -60C (-76F) in winter to -20C (-4F) in summer. The…

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  • Photo of NASA has published a 10-year solar observation cycle

    NASA has published a 10-year solar observation cycle

    (ORDO NEWS) — A total of 61 minutes of stunning video is mounted from high-resolution images taken by the Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) spacecraft over the past decade. Every second in the video represents a day in the center of the solar system. Observe how the corona of the Sun – the outermost part of its atmosphere – flickers and burns day after day as charged plasma particles rise and…

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  • New species of creatures discovered in the abyss of the Pacific Ocean

    (ORDO NEWS) — Scientists have discovered four new species and two new genera that inhabit the deep abyssal landscape of the Pacific Ocean. The Clarion-Clipperton Zone, an extensive in-depth fault zone, covering approximately 4.5 million square kilometers of the central Pacific Ocean, is rich in precious metals and rare earth minerals along the seabed. However, ancient minerals are not the only finds. In a new study, scientists report the identification…

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  • Photo of Scientist: there are mushrooms and lichens on Mars

    Scientist: there are mushrooms and lichens on Mars

    (ORDO NEWS) — Researchers have yet to find evidence of life on any other planet, including Mars. But this did not stop some scientists from making statements and publishing their own “evidence” about the existence of a microbiological presence on the Red Planet, according to CNET Jackson Ryan. The self-proclaimed neuroscientist Raun Gabriel Joseph is convinced that life already exists on Mars and Venus, and that we already have evidence…

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  • Photo of NASA spacecraft took a photo at a distance of 3.7 million kilometers from Earth

    NASA spacecraft took a photo at a distance of 3.7 million kilometers from Earth

    (ORDO NEWS) — The American space agency NASA has finally unveiled an impressive image of its new space probe, Deep Space 1, an asteroid hunter, which is currently located at a distance of 3.7 million kilometers from Earth. This unusual image of the Deep Space 1 spacecraft was presented today to commemorate International Asteroid Day 2020. The photo was taken using the Hale telescope on Mount Palomar, astronomers of the…

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  • Photo of How many people do you need to colonize Mars?

    How many people do you need to colonize Mars?

    (ORDO NEWS) — In order for the colony to function so far from Earth, everything must be thought out very carefully. Including how many people need it to work. A new study sets the minimum number of settlers to 110 people. A new study is called “The minimum number of settlers to survive on another planet.” Posted by Jean-Marc Salotti, Professor, Bordeaux National Institute of Polytechnic Research. His article is…

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  • Photo of Astronomers first discovered the “unprotected” planetary core

    Astronomers first discovered the “unprotected” planetary core

    (ORDO NEWS) — The completely naked core of the gas giant was discovered by astronomers at the University of Warwick in the orbit of a distant star. The discovery allows for the first time in detail to understand what exactly is inside the planet. According to preliminary data, the size of the nucleus reaches the same size as the size of Neptune in our solar system. In fact, the object…

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  • Photo of This absolute monster among black holes absorbs the equivalent of the sun per day

    This absolute monster among black holes absorbs the equivalent of the sun per day

    (ORDO NEWS) — It turned out that one of the largest black holes in the Universe has an appetite corresponding to its huge size. New measurements show that a black hole is 34 billion times the mass of the sun – it absorbs almost one mass of the sun every day. This makes it the fastest growing black hole in the entire universe. “The mass of the black hole is…

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  • Photo of A massive star unexpectedly for astronomers just went out in the sky

    A massive star unexpectedly for astronomers just went out in the sky

    (ORDO NEWS) — Using the Very Large Telescope (VLT) of the European Southern Observatory, astronomers observed the disappearance of an unstable massive star located in a dwarf galaxy. Scientists believe that the explanation for this fact may consist in the fact that at first there was a decrease in the brightness of the star, and then – its light was blocked by dust. An alternative explanation is that the star…

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  • Photo of The most “hungry” known black hole in the Universe is also the most massive

    The most “hungry” known black hole in the Universe is also the most massive

    (ORDO NEWS) — We now know how massive the fastest growing black hole in the Universe is, and also what is the “daily portion” of matter absorbed by it, thanks to a new study conducted by a team led by Dr. Christopher Onken from Australian National University. The mass of this “space monster” is 34 billion solar masses, and this black hole “swallows” matter a mass of about the mass…

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  • Photo of Neutrino streams talk about an approaching supernova explosion

    Neutrino streams talk about an approaching supernova explosion

    (ORDO NEWS) — A recent study on neutrinos, precede supernova explosion – the tiny particles, the presence of which is very difficult to fix – helped scientists to become one step closer to unlocking the secrets of the last stages of stellar evolution. This study, co-authored by Ryosuke Hirai of ARC Center of Excellence for Gravitational Wave Discovery (OzGrav) at Monash University, Australia, analyzed the possibility of predicting supernova explosions…

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  • Photo of Unusual molecule found in exoplanet atmosphere

    Unusual molecule found in exoplanet atmosphere

    (ORDO NEWS) — Astronomers from the Netherlands Space Research Institute SRON discovered signs of aluminum monoxide (AlO) in the spectrum of the exoplanet WASP-43b. This came as a surprise to researchers, since usually aluminum monoxide is located in the lower atmospheric layers and is not available for observation. These observations were just the second case in the history of science when astronomers registered this molecule in the atmosphere of an…

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  • Photo of Crowns of supermassive black holes can be sources of cosmic neutrinos

    Crowns of supermassive black holes can be sources of cosmic neutrinos

    (ORDO NEWS) — The origin of high-energy space neutrinos observed with the IceCube Neutrino Observatory, whose detectors are located in the thickness of the Antarctic ice, is a big mystery for physicists and astronomers. The new model can help explain the unexpectedly powerful flux of such neutrinos in a certain energy range, recorded recently in conjunction with gamma radiation. This model, described in a new scientific work, points to supermassive…

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  • Photo of Naked Neptune-sized planet core discovered

    Naked Neptune-sized planet core discovered

    (ORDO NEWS) — The core remaining from the gas giant was discovered in orbit around a distant star. The study of this object will provide new data on the structure of the bowels of the planets, the researchers said. This dense object, about the size of Neptune, may be the remains of a gas giant, either having lost its atmosphere in some way or not having been able to form…

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  • Photo of The world’s largest Three Gorges Dam can break through at any time

    The world’s largest Three Gorges Dam can break through at any time

    (ORDO NEWS) — Last week we repeatedly mentioned the deplorable state of the Three Gorges Dam and other water-retaining structures. According to the latest data, everything is bad with the world’s largest dam. On June 27, a video was posted on the Web that showed the strongest flooding in the region, in particular the Chinese city of Yichang, which is located in Hubei Province. This settlement is located directly under…

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  • Photo of Five sea lions died under mysterious circumstances

    Five sea lions died under mysterious circumstances

    (ORDO NEWS) — Under mysterious circumstances in Canada, at least five sea lions have died in the past few months: they were found decapitated on the shores of Vancouver Island. To this day, no one knows who killed the animals: other marine creatures or humans. Several individuals found belonged to the species of sea lion, which are listed in the Red Book. They are also called eared seals. Zoologist Anna…

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  • Photo of WHO presents Covid-19 distribution forecast by October 2020

    WHO presents Covid-19 distribution forecast by October 2020

    (ORDO NEWS) — According to simulated data, the number of infected in Latin America will be 438 thousand people, if the authorities do not take harsh preventive measures. Today, it is America that is the global epicenter of the pandemic. The forecast was presented on Tuesday by Carissa Etienne, Regional Director of the World Health Organization for the Americas. If nothing changes in terms of quarantine measures, the death toll…

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  • Photo of New strain of swine flu that could lead to a pandemic

    New strain of swine flu that could lead to a pandemic

    (ORDO NEWS) — Chinese scientists have discovered a new type of swine flu that could cause another pandemic. The corresponding study was published on June 29, 2020 in the scientific journal PNAS. The flu, designated G4, was derived from the H1N1 strain, which caused a pandemic in 2009. “It has all the signs of being highly adaptable to human infection,” wrote scientists from the China Center for Disease Control and…

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  • Photo of CERN physicists discovered a completely new particle

    CERN physicists discovered a completely new particle

    (ORDO NEWS) — Physicists from the European Council for Nuclear Research (CERN), working at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), discovered a completely new kind of subatomic particles. The composition of the find puzzled scientists. The still unnamed particle is the first of the known ones, which consists entirely of quarks of the same type, which are building materials for subatomic particles. According to a study published on June 30, 2020,…

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  • Photo of Traceless disappearance of a giant star

    Traceless disappearance of a giant star

    (ORDO NEWS) — At 75 million light-years from Earth, there is the Kinman dwarf galaxy (PHL 293B), which has become home to a giant star that is 2.5 times brighter than our Sun. Due to its size and brightness parameters, the star was one of those distant objects, for which astronomers made close observations in 2000-2010. However, when another scheduled observation began using the Very Large Telescope (VLT) in 2019,…

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  • Photo of Total solar eclipse from the orbit of the moon

    Total solar eclipse from the orbit of the moon

    (ORDO NEWS) — On July 2, 2019, a total solar eclipse took place, and the Moon cast a shadow on the surface of the Earth, passing through the southern part of the Pacific Ocean, partially covering Argentina and Chile. For residents of territories that fell under the moonlight, the day was temporarily replaced by night. However, the eclipse looked much more interesting from a different angle. The camera of the…

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  • Photo of Effect of coronavirus on the body on grown mini-organs

    Effect of coronavirus on the body on grown mini-organs

    (ORDO NEWS) — To understand how COVID-19 is distributed throughout the body and destroys it, scientists grow miniature human organs (organoids) and infect them with the virus again and again. The results, according to Nature News , are alarming: signs of serious damage have appeared on the miniature lungs, liver, kidneys, hearts, and intestines. This study proves that COVID-19 affects not only the lungs. High mortality rate This discovery explains…

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  • Photo of NASA showed how sunsets look on Venus, Mars, Uranus, TRAPPIST-1e and Titan

    NASA showed how sunsets look on Venus, Mars, Uranus, TRAPPIST-1e and Titan

    (ORDO NEWS) — Planetologist Jeronimo Villanueva from the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, created an amazing simulation of how sunsets will look on some planets and on the Saturnian satellite Titan. The animation shows what you would see through an ultra-wide-angle fisheye lens aimed at the sky from the surface of a cosmic body. For example, the sunset on Uranus will appear mostly blue, turning green-turquoise due…

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  • Photo of Just about complicated: black hole

    Just about complicated: black hole

    (ORDO NEWS) — You can often hear that scientists somewhere there discovered another black hole or even received confirmation of their merger. However, statistics show that few people know what a black hole really is. We will try to explain this difficult phenomenon to you as accessible as possible (well, it’s very, very simple). Emptiness? A black hole is not an empty place or a “funnel” in space. This is…

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  • Photo of NASA funds new alien search project

    NASA funds new alien search project

    (ORDO NEWS) — A team of astronomers from Harvard began work on a project to search for alien technology signatures – any manifestation of technological progress that scientifically proves the presence of highly developed life in the past or present. This fundamentally new and extremely promising project received direct funding from NASA . This has not happened for almost 30 years. “Technosignatures are beacons that can point to advanced extraterrestrial…

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  • Photo of Mars was inhabited

    Mars was inhabited

    (ORDO NEWS) — If you look at the pictures of Mars, then the planet will seem dusty, dry, cold and lifeless place. If we turn to science, we can understand that this was not always the case in the past, Mars had a mild climate, dense atmosphere, and on the surface there were rivers, lakes and oceans. Comfortable Mars The most recent data indicate that favorable conditions on the Red…

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  • Photo of In the presidential mansion of Argentina discovered the alien

    In the presidential mansion of Argentina discovered the alien

    (ORDO NEWS) — Well-known ufologist Scott Waring said that in the Argentinean presidential mansion he came across a strange ghostly figure. The researcher discovered this anomaly when he examined the Google Earth service. Waring looked at the presidential mansion in Argentina in the pictures of Google Earth and noticed a mysterious transparent figure. According to the ufologist, the figure is a little taller than a meter tall. So he decided…

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  • Photo of Brazil recorded the longest lightning in the world

    Brazil recorded the longest lightning in the world

    (ORDO NEWS) — UN meteorologists said they recorded the longest lightning in the world. This so widespread and unusual natural phenomenon occurred in October 2018 over Brazil, when, according to scientists, lightning literally cut the sky for 700 kilometers. It was a real record, because previously such a long lightning could not be fixed. According to meteorologists, the length of this powerful lightning is equal to the distance between Boston…

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