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Space Objects Could Collide Over East Coast of Australia – Sydney News & Life

Breaking: Two large objects orbiting Earth could smash together somewhere over the east coast of Australia or New Zealand, its been warned. Research agencies…

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Breaking: Two large objects orbiting Earth could smash together somewhere over the east coast of Australia or New Zealand, its been warned.
Research agencies tracking space debris threats and the orbits of human space junk said two “defunct objects in LEO (lower Earth orbit)” could possibly collide somewhere over the Tasman Sea.
Leo Labs Space, an organisation tracking space debris and collision prevention services for space agencies and governments, said the objects could collide somewhere in…

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This red light means “go” for medical discoveries – AlKhaleej Today

This red light means “go” for medical discoveries

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Hui-wang Ai (PhD) and Shen Zhang (PhD) from UVA have developed a simple and effective improvement on the fluorescent biosensors widely used in scientific and medical research. Photo credit: University of Virginia
With a small change to the color palette, researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine have made it easier for scientists to understand biological processes, track events in individual cells, unravel the mysteries of the disease, and develop new treatments.
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Wacky tube men could keep dingoes away from livestock in Australia – Science Magazine

Strategy shows promise, but has some drawbacks

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By Max G. LevyOct. 20, 2020 , 12:50 PM
Inflatable tube menthose wacky, wriggling figures that tower near car dealerships and mattress storesare typically designed to grab attention. But scientists in Australia have used them for the opposite purpose: to scare away unwanted onlookers. A new study suggests the unpredictable movements of these dancing eyesores could keep wild dingoes from killing livestock.
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Ultraviolet illuminates the origins of the solar system – AlKhaleej Today

Ultraviolet illuminates the origins of the solar system

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The Butterfly Nebula, an example of a star forming region in the Tarantula Nebula. The white bar is 2 light years, or approximately 120,000 AU (astronomical units). A bright central star, obscured by dust, modifies the oxygen isotopes in the nebula by photodissociation of carbon monoxide. This is another example of an environment where oxygen isotopes in the molecular cloud could be modified prior to the formation of a planetary system. Credit: ASA and ESA
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