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Climbing up the Russian Woodpecker DUGA 3 Chernobyl-2 OTH radar Залаз на...

Climbing up the Russian Woodpecker DUGA 3 Chernobyl-2 OTH radar Залаз на...

Technicians and scientists check out one of the James Webb Telescope's first two flight mirrors.

Technicians and scientists check out one of the James Webb Telescope's first two flight mirrors.

Weighing Molecules on Mars. The plot on the left shows new results from the Sample Analysis at Mars, or SAM, instrument on NASA's Curiosity rover. The instrument measured levels of different gas isotopes in the atmosphere. Isotopes are variations of atoms weighing different amounts. As seen on the plot, SAM detected about 2,000 times as much argon-40 as argon-36, which weighs less.

Weighing Molecules on Mars. The plot on the left shows new results from the Sample Analysis at Mars, or SAM, instrument on NASA's Curiosity rover. The instrument measured levels of different gas isotopes in the atmosphere. Isotopes are variations of atoms weighing different amounts. As seen on the plot, SAM detected about 2,000 times as much argon-40 as argon-36, which weighs less.

"Mucus Meadows," by Jerome Carpenter and Sheel Shah, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This rolling green pasture is a scene common to all of us; it's the landscaping found inside the lungs. The thickets of grass are cilia emerging from the cell membrane. The cilia seen here are in various stages of growth, from the newly sprouted stalks in the top left and bottom right to the more mature cilia on the left side of the image. ...

"Mucus Meadows," by Jerome Carpenter and Sheel Shah, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This rolling green pasture is a scene common to all of us; it's the landscaping found inside the lungs. The thickets of grass are cilia emerging from the cell membrane. The cilia seen here are in various stages of growth, from the newly sprouted stalks in the top left and bottom right to the more mature cilia on the left side of the image. ...

ESA - Galileo lift-off replay -  12 October 2012 - 18:15:00 GMT

ESA - Galileo lift-off replay - 12 October 2012 - 18:15:00 GMT

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