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  • The Japanese will be sent to the asteroid descent probe

    At the end of 2014 Japan is going to send to the asteroid 1999 JU3 descent probe Hayabusa-2. The journey will take four years to 2018 apparatus reaches of the cosmic body. As is, Hayabusa-2 will be attached to the asteroid 1999 JU3 and take samples of its soil, which by 2020 will be delivered to Japan.

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  • Found one of the earliest Christian artifacts of magic

    In the vaults of the library of the University of Manchester discovered one of the oldest Christian amulets - folded sheet of papyrus with quotations from Scripture. It is also the most ancient document, where images of the Christian Liturgy (the last supper) are used in the design of the mascot.

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  • Susceptibility to stress was caused by genetically

    Doctors have studied the reasons for the stress some people were more receptive to what others. To this end, the doctors conducted experiments with animals: tilted cells in which they live, changed the lighting and rodents were placed in places that restrict mobility.

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  • Scientists refused to send geckos in space

    Geckos will no longer be sent into space for scientific experiments, while technical problems arising in space projects, does not ensure the safety of living beings. This was stated by Sergey Savelyev, head of the completed experiment with animals conducted onboard the lander Foton-M No. 4.

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  • 3XMM J185246.6 003317 turned out to be a Magnetar

    Astrophysics near the supernova remnant Kesteven 79 discovered Magnetar. This neutron star with an extremely strong magnetic field. Scientists have named the object 3XMM J185246.6 003317, and was first reviewed it on the images only in 2013. The age of the Magnetar would have been about a million years.

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  • Astronomers will continue to search for life on exoplanets new

    Scientists have proposed a new strategy for the detection of oxygen, water and chlorophyll on exoplanets. To do this, they proposed a model that might look like the atmosphere of the planet, if it has life. Also, experts have described the requirements that must be met for the spectrograph to detect these substances.

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  • The Neanderthals were the subject of abstract art

    Scientists discovered in the cave Gorham (Gibraltar) an abstract pattern (cross-hatch), which, as shown by geochemical analysis of rock, was made 39 thousand years ago or even earlier. This is the first indisputable evidence that Neanderthals (cave-dwellers) were able to create abstract art.

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  • In the Internet appeared the video back panel 5.5-inch iPhone

    Rear panel of the device, which may be an iPhone with a screen diagonal of 5.5 inches, shown in the video, posted by bloggers on YouTube. In the video panel is measured with a ruler, according to which the length of the smartphone is about 16 inches, which reinforces the rumors about the release tablet version of the iPhone.

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  • All geckos satellite Foton-M" killed

    All geckos aboard the lander Foton-M No. 4, were killed. The date and conditions of death are specialists. Biocapsule satellite Foton-M No. 4 geckos, fly-blown, silkworm eggs, mushrooms and seeds of higher plants landed on Monday in the territory of the Orenburg region.

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  • The location of the vagina was a mystery to half of young British

    Half of young British women are not able to accurately determine the location of the vagina in the diagram of the female reproductive system. 65 percent of the girls admitted that they are even difficult to pronounce the word "vagina" or "vulva". This is evidenced by the survey data thousands of women of great Britain.

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  • Painful memories will erase using xenon

    Xenon - harmless gas is colorless and odorless - easy to erase painful memories in mice. If the new method successfully passes the test, it will help to eliminate the consequences of post-traumatic stress disorder. The effects of xenon on the memory associated with the lock they NMDA receptors.

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  • Anger was the most versatile and powerful human emotion

    An angry facial expression is biologically universal to mankind, and none of its components is not random. Movement of the muscles, creating an angry facial expression, are angry individual more dangerous in the eyes - and so make it as soon as possible to take the wrong conditions.

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  • Russian satellite with geckos completed his mission

    Lander Foton-M No. 4 landed on the territory of the Orenburg region. The same satellite was launched with the purpose of studying the effects of weightlessness on living organisms. Additionally, the aim was the development of the technology of production of semiconductor materials of high purity and special biomedical drugs.

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  • Apple is working on a payment system iPhone Wallet

    Apple to turn iPhone into a mobile wallet through partnerships with major payment systems, banks and retail chains. iPhone 6 will have a chip contactless NFC payment. Talks about mobile payments, Apple leads with companies Visa, MasterCard and American Express.

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  • Putin became interested in the possibility of cloning mammoths

    In the framework of the visit to Yakutia, Russia's President Vladimir Putin met with scientists from the laboratory of the Museum of mammoths of the name Peter A. Lazarev. For the head of state has arranged a special exhibition with the most valuable exhibits from the vaults of the laboratory. Putin asked, is it possible to clone a mammoth.

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  • FANO Russia will hold a final Expert session

    The Federal Agency of scientific organizations in cooperation with the Russian Academy of Sciences will hold a third Expert session "Assessment of efficiency of activity of scientific organizations". The meeting will be the final in a series of meetings conducted by the Agency during the year. According to its results, it is expected the adoption of the resolution.

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  • Scientists have found a way of finding related stars

    Astrophysicists have studied turbulent mixing and its influence on chemical homogeneity in star clusters. Previously it was thought that the evolution of stars outside the cluster may lead to differences in its chemical content from relatives in the cluster. Modeling shows that such differences should not be.

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