Wednesday, 21 April, 2021

ScientiFix

Screengrab of a video reconstruction of Myanmarcypris hui | Proceedings of the Royal Society B

World’s oldest sperm is around 100 million years old, and is trapped in amber

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Close-up image of a Romanesco cauliflower captured by the world's most powerful camera is one of the largest photographs ever taken at 3,200 megapixels | Photo: SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (US)

Scientists have taken the world’s biggest photo ever, and it’s of a cauliflower

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Lunar surface. | Photo: ISRO/Twitter

Earth’s oxygen creating rusty mineral on Moon, data from Chandrayaan-1 shows

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International Space Station | Wikimedia Commons

Can bacteria ‘migrate’ to other planets & survive? What a Japanese space experiment found

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Representational image | Pixabay

2 IIT Bombay students discovered the asteroid that flew closest to Earth

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Representational image | Pixabay

Seismologists discover a ‘boomerang earthquake’ that occurred under water in 2016

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Dinosaurs may have also suffered from cancer — scientists discover fossil with diseased bone

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Representational image | Pixabay

Scientists in Japan revive microbes buried in rocks over 100 million years ago

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Artist concept of the solar system. | Photo: NASA

First-ever image of new planetary system could hold clues to our own evolution

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An artist's impression of ESA's Solar Orbiter. | Photo: ESA/ATG medialab

Solar Orbiter captures closest photos of Sun ever taken, scientists discover ‘camp fires’

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