Science n space mysterious, learning about ghostly neutrinos
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Japan spacecraft Hayabusa2 drops capsule to Earth with Ryugu asteroid samples. Early Sunday before landing in a southern Australian desert.

Japanese space probe suceeded, it dropped a capsule containing two samples from 4.6-billion-year-old Ryugu asteroid above Earth on Saturday, as scientists await the arrival of materials that could help explain the origin of life.
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https://news.uchicago.edu/story/leftover...laxies-are

Leftover big bang light helps calculate how massive faraway galaxies are...

A team of scientists have demonstrated how to “weigh” galaxy clusters using light from the earliest moments of the universe

A new method that could help shed light on dark matter, dark energy and other mysteries of the cosmos, such as how the universe formed.

The new method calculates the bending of light around galaxy clusters using the orientation of light from shortly after the Big Bang—data taken by the South Pole Telescope and the Dark Energy Camera.

“Gravitational lensing,” a phenomenon in which light distorts as it’s affected by the gravity of big objects like galaxies, can function as a kind of magnifying glass. It’s helped scientists discover key information about the universe.
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Some how. We will never ever complete or ever find out the truth.

Dark energy matter is one of the greatest mysteries in science today. We know very little about it, other than it is invisible.

It fills the whole universe, and it pushes galaxies away from each other. This is making our cosmos expand at an accelerated rate. But what is it?

One of the simplest explanations is that it is a “cosmological constant” – a result of the energy of empty space itself — an idea explained n introduced by Albert Einstein.
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6-12-2020 11:46 PM
teeth53 said:
Some how. We will never ever complete or ever find out the truth.

Dark energy matter is one of the greatest mysteries in science today. We know very little about it, other than it is invisible.

It fills the whole universe, and it pushes galaxies away from each other. This is making our cosmos expand at an accelerated rate. But what is it?

One of the simplest explanations is that it is a “cosmological constant” – a result of the energy of empty space itself — an idea explained n introduced by Albert Einstein.

U mean the wimps...
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12-12-2020 12:00 AM
Galilo_l said:
U mean the wimps...
https://www.livescience.com/64113-dark-m...eries.html

Many more unanswer, each time we discover somethings.
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It is a mystery of who we are n where we came from?....the source.

Each time, we discover something, there alot many ? to be answer to resolve.
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12-12-2020 12:07 AM
teeth53 said:
https://www.livescience.com/64113-dark-m...eries.html

Many more unanswer, each time we discover somethings.

It is like chasing shadows...

D more propositions carried out d more confounding n unanswerable it becomes...
Experiments n new interactions keep churning out 'discoveries' that one can keep digging n digging...

During my school holidays I was also very interested in these mysterious brown dwarfs neutrino stars.. exoplanet... andromeda colliding into milky way ... but panned out cuz too many to read... dizzy
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While NASA wants to land astronauts on Mars at some point in the 2030s, the high-stakes mission would take years to complete and require more oxygen than a spacecraft could carry. Scientists say they might have found a solution.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/12/08/world/mar...index.html

Deploying MOXIE, or the Mars Oxygen in Situ Resource Utilization Experiment.

This system is in the testing phase on the Mars Perseverance rover, which launched in July. The apparatus will convert the carbon dioxide that makes up 96% of the gas in the red planet's' atmosphere into oxygen.
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Researchers have discovered a new superhighway network to travel through the Solar System much faster than was previously possible. Such routes can drive comets and asteroids near Jupiter to Neptune’s distance in under a decade and to 100 astronomical units in less than a century.

https://scitechdaily.com/arches-of-chaos...ch-faster/
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