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Description The Hofstadter model, well known for its fractal butterfly spectrum, describes two-dimensional electrons under a perpendicular magnetic field, which gives rise to the integer quantum Hall effect. Inspired by the real-space building blocks of non-Abelian gauge fields from a recent experiment, we introduce and theoretically study two non-Abelian generalizations of the Hofstadter model. Each model describes two pairs of Hofstadter butterflies that are spin–orbit coupled. In contrast to the original Hofstadter model that can be equivalently studied in the Landau and symmetric gauges, the corresponding non-Abelian generalizations exhibit distinct spectra due to the non-commutativity of the gauge fields. We derive the genuine (necessary and sufficient) non-Abelian condition for the two models from the commutativity of their arbitrary loop operators. At zero energy, the models are gapless and host Weyl and Dirac points protected by internal and crystalline symmetries. Double (8-fold), triple (12-fold), and quadrupole (16-fold) Dirac points also emerge, especially under equal hopping phases of the non-Abelian potentials. At other fillings, the gapped phases of the models give rise to topological insulators. We conclude by discussing possible schemes for experimental realization of the models on photonic platforms. Modeling the spectral properties of spin-orbit coupled crystals in a magnetic field could lead to new topological phases in matter and lay the foundations for new photonic systems. Synthetic non-Abelian gauge fields have emerged as a new way for studying the topological phases of matter, providing new insights in optics and photonics. However, synthesizing non-Abelian gauge fields has proved very challenging. Now, Yi Yang and colleagues at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, in collaboration with a researcher from the University of Pennsylvania, have studied two non-Abelian generalisations of the Hofstadter model, which describes the behaviour of two-dimensional non-interacting electrons in a non-Abelian magnetic field. They proved the genuine non-Abelian conditions and analyze the topological properties of the models. The work could lead to a new way of manipulating light in photonic devices.

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Updated 19 October 2020

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Description Astronomers expect Betelgeuse will go supernova in the next 100,000 years, and it turns out this star might be much ...

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Updated 19 October 2020

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Description A NASA spacecraft this week will attempt to descend to the treacherous, boulder-packed surface and snatch a handful of rubble.

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Updated 19 October 2020

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Description Don't miss a gallery of breathtaking images showing the rocket recovery process.

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Updated 19 October 2020

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Description The Milky Way galaxy is surrounded by a circumgalactic medium1 that may play a key role in galaxy evolution as the source of gas for star formation and a repository of metals and energy produced by star formation and nuclear activity2. The circumgalactic medium may also be a repository for baryons seen in the early universe, but undetected locally3. The circumgalactic medium has an ionized component at temperatures near 2 × 106 K studied primarily in the soft-X-ray band4,5. Here we report a survey of the southern Galactic sky with a soft-X-ray spectrometer optimized to study diffuse soft-X-ray emission6. The X-ray emission is best fitted with a disk-like model based on the radial profile of the surface density of molecular hydrogen, a tracer of star formation, suggesting that the X-ray emission is predominantly from hot plasma produced via stellar feedback. Strong variations in the X-ray emission on angular scales of ~10° indicate that the circumgalactic medium is clumpy. Addition of an extended, and possibly massive, halo component is needed to match the halo density inferred from other observations7–9. Soft X-ray observations of the southern Galactic sky with the HaloSat CubeSat indicate that the circumgalactic medium (CGM) of the Milky Way has a disk-like profile, with an extended spherical halo. Clumps in the CGM correlate with star-formation activity.

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Updated 19 October 2020

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Description Nokia has been selected by NASA to build the first cellular network on the moon, the Finnish company said on Monday, as the US space agency plans for a future where humans return there and establish lunar settlements.

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Updated 19 October 2020

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Description Soon, the surface of the moon might even have better cell service than your living room. ...

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Updated 19 October 2020

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Updated 18 October 2020

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Description NASA has selected 14 American companies, including several small businesses, as partners to develop a range of technologies that will help forge a path to sustainable Artemis operations on the Moon by the end of the decade. NASA is spending $370 million for the same and Nokia just got $14.1 million to develop 4G infrastructure for the Moon.

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Updated 18 October 2020

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Description Elon Musk is looking to get caught up after several weeks marked by delays.

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Updated 18 October 2020

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Description A dead Soviet satellite and a discarded Chinese rocket body sped toward each other in space this week, but avoided a catastrophic crash on Thursday night.

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Updated 17 October 2020

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Description Russian cosmonaut Ivan Vagner captured photos of a Soyuz rocket carrying three astronauts blasting off to join the crew on the International Space Station.

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Updated 17 October 2020

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Updated 17 October 2020

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Description Now that the heat probe is just below the Martian surface, InSight's arm will scoop some additional soil on top to help it keep digging so it can take Mars' temperature. NASA's InSight lander continues working to get its "mole" - a 16-inch-long (40-centimeter-long) pile driver and heat probe

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Updated 17 October 2020

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Updated 17 October 2020

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Description Astronomers observed a star undergo spaghettification around a black hole and an astrophysicist explained just how and why that event occurs.

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Updated 17 October 2020

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Description The network will enable communications with rovers and support the agency's plans to have a lunar base by 2028.

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Updated 17 October 2020

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Description The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope photo of the week depicts a collection of dusty gas globules where new stars are formed.

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Updated 17 October 2020

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Updated 17 October 2020

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Description NASA will provide live coverage of the return to Earth for agency astronaut Chris Cassidy and two Russian cosmonauts Wednesday, Oct. 21, after six months aboard the International Space Station. Complete coverage of the return will be available on NASA TV and the agency’s website. Cassidy, the

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Updated 16 October 2020

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Description The SpaceX founder will update his grand vision at the Mars Society virtual convention.

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Updated 16 October 2020

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Description A defunct navigation satellite and an old rocket booster have narrowly avoided a collision. If they had hit each other, it would have created two orbiting clouds of hazardous shrapnel that could threaten other satellites

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Updated 16 October 2020

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Description Here's what will happen on Oct. 20, when NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will descend to asteroid Bennu and pick up a sample of pristine material left over from the formation of our solar system. When NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft descends toward the surface of Bennu on Oct. 20, it will be the fi

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Updated 16 October 2020

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Description An international team of astronomers including Director of Swinburne’s Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing (CAS), Professor Jean Brodie, has discovered a globular cluster of stars that contains extremely few metals. The interesting cluster of stars was found in the Andromeda galaxy. Galaxi

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Updated 16 October 2020

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Updated 16 October 2020

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Description "Doesn't seem to be any life in this solar system," billionaire and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk wrote in a recent tweet, responding to fan mail from a 13-year-old.

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Updated 16 October 2020

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Description For years, astronomers have been speculating that Betelgeuse was about to explode in a supernova. But such an event could still be a long way off.

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Updated 16 October 2020

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Description “Any conflict in space will be much slower and more deliberate.”

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Updated 16 October 2020

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Description Also, China has launched its 30th rocket of the year.

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Updated 16 October 2020

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Description Two big pieces of space junk are zooming toward a close approach that will occur Thursday (Oct. 15) at 8:56 p.m. EDT (0056 GMT on Oct. 16), according to California-based tracking company LeoLabs.

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Updated 16 October 2020

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Updated 16 October 2020

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Description We only ever experience three spatial dimensions, but quantum lab experiments suggest a whole new side to reality – weird particle apparitions included

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Updated 16 October 2020

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Updated 16 October 2020

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Description New images taken by BepiColombo come at a time when interest in the second planet from the sun is at an all time high.

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Updated 16 October 2020

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Description Earth’s biggest artificial satellite is visible all year round.

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Updated 16 October 2020

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Updated 15 October 2020

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Updated 15 October 2020

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Description Scientists are eyeing Venus as a possible hot spot for alien life, and we have some fresh views to enjoy while they investigate.

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Updated 15 October 2020

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Description Methane ice is accumulating up there for another reason.

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Updated 15 October 2020

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Description Mars was in opposition while passing near Earth this week, so space photographers had a field day with the rare occurrence.

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Updated 15 October 2020

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Description The Department of Telecom (DoT) has urged the space department and defence ministry to vacate airwaves in the medium and high range spectrum bands for rolling out 5G services, according to sources.

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Updated 15 October 2020

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Description A defunct navigation satellite and an old rocket booster are on a collision course. If they hit each other, it would create two orbiting clouds of hazardous shrapnel that could threaten other satellites

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Updated 15 October 2020

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Description For the second time this year, experts can only watch and wait as two large objects close in on a potential collision course in low-Earth orbit.

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Updated 15 October 2020

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Description NASA will broadcast coverage of a first for the agency as its Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) mission attempts to collect a sample of asteroid Bennu on Tuesday, Oct. 20, at 6:12 p.m. EDT. Live coverage of the spacecraft’s desc

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Updated 15 October 2020

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Description Four-and-a-half billion years ago, Earth’s surface was a menacing, hot mess. Long before the emergence of life, temperatures were scorching, and the air was toxic. Plus, as a mere toddler, the Sun bombarded our planet with violent outbursts of radiation called flares and coronal mass ejections. Stre

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Updated 15 October 2020

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Description A defunct navigation satellite and an old rocket booster are on a collision course. If they hit each other, it would create two orbiting clouds of hazardous shrapnel that could threaten other satellites

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Updated 15 October 2020

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Description The early Earth would not have been a good place to be hanging out.

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Updated 15 October 2020

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Description The agreement between eight nations covers cooperation in space.

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Updated 15 October 2020

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Description Nearly 400 ISPs qualify for auction, with SpaceX as the only LEO satellite ISP.

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Updated 14 October 2020

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Description Astronomy research in Malaysia has progressed rapidly in the last few decades, with an increasing number of enthusiastic Malaysian astronomers working together to build new research groups and observing facilities, while establishing research networks both locally and globally.

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Updated 14 October 2020

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Description NASA announced on Tuesday that eight countries have signed an international agreement called the Artemis Accords that outlines the principles of future exploration of the Moon and beyond.

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Updated 14 October 2020

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Description Blue Origin, the space transportation company set up by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, has offered its first video tour of its crew capsule for space tourists.

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Updated 14 October 2020

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Description Plans include landing the first woman on the Moon, establishing a space station in orbit around the Moon, and returning samples of Martian rock to Earth.

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Updated 14 October 2020

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Description Dell has discounted one of its most capable and high-end gaming laptops, the Alienware M17 R2 by over 30% for Prime Day 2020.

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Updated 14 October 2020

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Description Researchers from DTU have contributed to a study that describe the rare blast of light from a star being torn to pieces by a supermassive black hole. Using telescopes from the European Southern Observatory (ESO) in Chile and other organizations around the world, astronomers including researcher

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Updated 14 October 2020

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Description It has been 1,000 days since scientists witnessed the explosive birth of a black hole by capturing light emerging from the event, and to their amazement, they are still detecting X-rays in the afterglow of the explosion, marking a milestone in astrophysics research. Scientists had not expected to

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Updated 14 October 2020

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Description Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and their colleagues have proposed a novel method for finding dark matter, the cosmos’s mystery material that has eluded detection for decades. Dark matter makes up about 27% of the universe; ordinary matter, such as the stuff

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Updated 14 October 2020

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Description Eight nations have signed on to become founding members of NASA's Artemis Accords, an international agreement that establishes how countries can cooperate to peacefully and responsibly conduct exploration of the moon.

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Updated 14 October 2020

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Description In-space fueling technologies enable a new paradigm for spaceflight.

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Updated 14 October 2020

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Description Some 4 billion years ago, the moon may have had a magnetic field that combined with Earth’s to create a powerful magnetic shield that protected our planet’s atmosphere

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Updated 14 October 2020

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Description Elon Musk's comment raises the prospect users can stay connected to SpaceX’s satellite internet network no matter where they are, even in a car.

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Updated 14 October 2020

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Description The development of selective visual attention is critical for effectively engaging with an ever-changing world. Its optimal deployment depends upon interactions between neural, motor, and sensory systems across multiple timescales and neurocognitive loci. Previous work illustrates the spatio-temporal dynamics of these processes in adults, but less is known about this emergent phenomenon early in life. Using data (n = 190; 421 visits) collected between 3 and 35 months of age, we examined the spatio-temporal complexity of young children’s gaze patterns as they viewed stimuli varying in semantic salience. Specifically, we used detrended fluctuation analysis (DFA) to quantify the extent to which infants’ gaze patterns exhibited scale invariant patterns of nested variability, an organizational feature thought to reflect self-organized and optimally flexible system dynamics that are not overly rigid or random. Results indicated that gaze patterns of even the youngest infants exhibited fractal organization that increased with age. Further, fractal organization was greater when children (a) viewed social stimuli compared to stimuli with degraded social information and (b) when they spontaneously gazed at faces. These findings suggest that selective attention is well-organized in infancy, particularly toward social information, and indicate noteworthy growth in these processes across the first years of life.

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Updated 14 October 2020

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Description The mountains discovered on Pluto during the New Horizons spacecraft's flyby of the dwarf planet in 2015 are covered by a blanket of methane ice, creating bright deposits strikingly like the snow-capped mountain chains found on Earth. New research conducted by an international team of scienti

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Updated 14 October 2020

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Description In a Fox News interview over the phone on Sunday, Trump was asked why the Department of Defense has set up a UFO task force. His answer was perplexing.

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Updated 14 October 2020

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Description A rocket from a company set up by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos set a new record on Tuesday.

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Updated 14 October 2020

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Description Blue Origin, the suborbital spaceflight company from Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, is sending one of its New Shepard boosters skyward for a record seventh time.

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Updated 13 October 2020

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Description “The law right now prohibits us from engaging China on bilateral activities.”

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Updated 13 October 2020

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Updated 13 October 2020

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Description Dystrophin Dp71 is the smallest isoform of the DMD gene, mutations in which cause Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD). Dp71 has also been shown to have roles in various cellular processes. Stem cell-based therapy may be effective in treating DMD, but the inability to generate a sufficient number of stem cells remains a significant obstacle. Although Dp71 is comprised of many variants, Dp71 in satellite cells has not yet been studied. Here, the full-length Dp71 consisting of 18 exons from exons G1 to 79 was amplified by reverse transcription-PCR from total RNA of human satellite cells. The amplified product showed deletion of both exons 71 and 78 in all sequenced clones, indicating monoclonal expression of Dp71ab. Western blotting of the satellite cell lysate showed a band corresponding to over-expressed Dp71ab. Transfection of a plasmid expressing Dp71ab into human myoblasts significantly enhanced cell proliferation when compared to the cells transfected with the mock plasmid. However, transfection of the Dp71 expression plasmid encoding all 18 exons did not enhance myoblast proliferation. These findings indicated that Dp71ab, but not Dp71, is a molecular enhancer of myoblast proliferation and that transfection with Dp71ab may generate a high yield of stem cells for DMD treatment.

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Updated 13 October 2020

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Description “The idea of a black hole ‘sucking in’ a nearby star sounds like science fiction. But this is exactly what happens in a tidal disruption event,” says Matt Nicholl, a lecturer and Royal Astronomical Society research fellow at the University of Birmingham, UK, and the lead author of the new study. But

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Updated 13 October 2020

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Description The Mars city proposal is led by researchers from the Institute of Space Studies of Catalonia (IEEC) at the Institute of Space Sciences (ICE, CSIC), the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC) and the Institute of Cosmos Sciences of the University of Barcelona (ICCUB). The project is one of the 10

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Updated 13 October 2020

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Description Gravitational waves are produced by all moving masses, from the Earth's wobble around the Sun to your motion as you go about your daily life. But at the moment, those gravitational waves are too small to be observed. Gravitational observatories such as LIGO and VIRGO can only see the strong gravitat

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Updated 13 October 2020

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Description The story of Elon Musk’s SpaceX is coming to TV. HBO is reportedly developing a six-episode limited series based on Ashlee Vance’s 2015 best-selling Musk biography “Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future”. Channing Tatum is among the executive producers on the HBO SpaceX series, alongside Doug Jung (Star Trek Beyond) as writer and executive producer.

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Updated 13 October 2020

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Description The agreement covers cooperation on space exploration.

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Updated 13 October 2020

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Updated 13 October 2020

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Description The European Space Agency's Space Debris Office is warning that the risk of space debris explosions in orbit is on the rise.

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Updated 13 October 2020