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Scientists want mini satellites to act as space cops to control traffic in orbit

Scientists want mini satellites to act as space cops to control traffic in orbit

A group of scientists from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has devised a plan that will use mini satellites to act as cops in space. The little satellites would be used to help control traffic in space and refine trajectories to prevent collisions. The scientist recently used a series of images that were taken over a 60-hour period from a ground-based satellite to prove you can refine the orbit of another satellite in low earth orbit.

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Forensic Astronomy determines exact date and time Monet painted “Sunset” masterpiece

Forensic Astronomy determines exact date and time Monet painted “Sunset” masterpiece

Monet was one of the most famous artiest to ever put brush to canvas. His body of work has some of the most identifiable pieces of art ever created and over the years more than a few people have looked at his art and wondered exactly when and where the artist captured the landscapes he is famous for. One of these landscape masterpieces is called "Sunset."

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Sony partners with M3 and Illumina to launch genome data platform

Sony partners with M3 and Illumina to launch genome data platform

Genome research promises to unlock many mysteries in due time, whether by proving Bigfoot exists (or not) or ushering in the cure for terrible diseases. Playing a part in this future, Sony has announced that it will be collaborating with M3 and Illumina to launch what it calls a "genome information platform" in Japan. A new company will be established for this by the end of next month.

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Archaeologists discover ancient color pictures shedding light on Egyptian Abydos Dynasty

Archaeologists discover ancient color pictures shedding light on Egyptian Abydos Dynasty

Archaeologists have made an amazing discovery in the Egyptian desert. A team of researchers from the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology discovered the name of a previously unknown Egyptian pharaoh that ruled Egypt during the Abydos Dynasty. The name of the unknown pharaoh was found in ancient, brightly colored pictograms left on the walls of his tomb.

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Researchers make high energy density battery that runs on sugar

Researchers make high energy density battery that runs on sugar

Battery innovations have promised to change mobile technology for the everyday user, and we've seen all sorts related breakthroughs, from the 30-second battery charge to the urine-powered Samsung cell phone. One of the newest comes from Virginia Tech researchers who have created a high-energy density battery that runs on sugar, making way for cheaper biodegradable offerings.

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Your brain on video games: lucid dreaming, POV changes, resistance to nightmares

Your brain on video games: lucid dreaming, POV changes, resistance to nightmares

Regular gamers have likely, at one point or another, noticed a pronounced video game-esque feel in a dream here or there, maybe finding themselves caught up in the dream world of the last game they binge played or, conversely, transforming an ordinary dream into something akin to a preferred type of video game. If you're one of those gamers, you're not alone.

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