James Webb Telescope Spots Most Distant Black Holes Ever

An international team of astronomers using the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope has discovered evidence of an ongoing merger between two galaxies and their massive black holes from when the Universe was just 740 million years old. This represents the most distant detection of a black hole merger ever recorded and marks the first time […]

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A Swiss Startup Climeworks Has Built the Worlds Largest Carbon Capture and Storage Facility

The Mammoth facility heralded as the largest carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) facility of its kind, commenced operations this week atop a dormant volcano in Iceland. The facility, featuring 72 industrial fans, is the brainchild of Swiss start-up Climeworks. It aims to remove 36,000 tonnes of CO2 from the atmosphere annually, burying it underground, […]

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Intel Working Towards Quantum Processors.

SANTA CLARA, Calif.–Nature has published a groundbreaking Intel research paper titled “Probing single electrons across 300-mm spin qubit wafers,” showcasing remarkable advancements in the uniformity, fidelity, and measurement statistics of spin qubits. This cutting-edge research represents a significant milestone, paving the way for the mass production and further scalability of silicon-based quantum processors, crucial elements […]

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Piece of International Space Station Survives Re-Entry, Crashes Into Florida Home.

Florida homeowners received a startling surprise last month when a piece of hardware from the International Space Station crashed into their home. In March 2021, NASA ground controllers used the station’s robotic arm to release a cargo pallet containing aging nickel hydride batteries weighing 5,800 pounds. The hardware was expected to burn up upon reentering […]

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Voyager 1 Comes Alive After Months of Quiet

NASA’s Voyager 1, the most distant spacecraft from Earth, recently reestablished contact with NASA after experiencing a communication issue that rendered its data transmissions unintelligible since last November. This milestone was achieved following meticulous efforts by flight controllers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Southern California, who identified a malfunctioning computer chip as the culprit. […]

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