Astronomers may have found some of the very earliest stars thanks to James Webb

The University of Toronto team originally thought that the “sparks” might actually be separate objects far past or in front of the Sparkler Galaxy. However, the fact that all three versions of the Sparkler Galaxy show the same dots strongly suggests they are connected. James Webb peers into the ancient past The astronomers believe the… Continue reading Astronomers may have found some of the very earliest stars thanks to James Webb

SuperAgers have super-neurons to thank for their incredible memories as they get older.

For this study, scientists “examined the brains of six SuperAgers, seven cognitively average elderly individuals, six young individuals and five individuals with early stages of Alzheimer’s.” The team then measured the size of the nerve cells within the ERC and looked for the presence tau tangles in the cortex. They were able to find that… Continue reading SuperAgers have super-neurons to thank for their incredible memories as they get older.

Snatching factories from China in India in a $1.2 Trillion digital upgrade

“The mission is to implement projects without time overrun and cost overrun,” said Amrit Lal Meena, the special secretary of logistics in the ministry of commerce and industry, said when he was interviewed in New Delhi recently. “Global companies choosing India as their manufacturing center is the objective.” With China largely closed to outside work,… Continue reading Snatching factories from China in India in a $1.2 Trillion digital upgrade

These microbes eat oil and ‘poop’ the world’s cheapest clean hydrogen

“Gold Hydrogen is a novel source of carbon neutral hydrogen produced from depleted oil reservoirs that are ready for plug and abandonment, extending the life of wells that would otherwise be a significant burden,” a press release from the company states. Initially, when they’re tapped, the oil wells start at maximum production. The process slows… Continue reading These microbes eat oil and ‘poop’ the world’s cheapest clean hydrogen

Huge geomagnetic storms are expected to reach Earth tomorrow

These regions are relatively cooler than the rest of the solar surface and appear as spots when viewed from the Earth. They are therefore called sunspots and have been used by scientists as a measure of solar activity. A busy weekend on the Sun Once formed, sunspots can assume larger forms very quickly or let… Continue reading Huge geomagnetic storms are expected to reach Earth tomorrow

NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter flew with a foreign piece of debris attached to its foot

The helicopter wasn’t alone, as per a blog post from NASA. Images from the chopper show a flowing debris object, resembling a piece of a plastic bag, for part of its journey. NASA’s Ingenuity navigation camera captures a “foreign debris object” The Ingenuity helicopter’s navigation camera picked up the piece of debris for part of… Continue reading NASA’s Ingenuity helicopter flew with a foreign piece of debris attached to its foot

Italian company manufactures world’s fastest 3D-printed bicycle

Now, all we need to do is wait for Ganna’s record with the newly 3D-printed bicycle. About Pinarello It was established in 1953 and primarily sold handcrafted bicycles for cyclo-cross, road, track, and E-bikes (NYTRO). The business also manufactures bikes under the Opera brand name and owns the MOST component brand. All of Pinarello’s frames… Continue reading Italian company manufactures world’s fastest 3D-printed bicycle

Mercedes Benz Trucks sign LOI for 50 eActros LongHaul electric trucks

“To make transportation sustainable and emission-free for the future, we need many strong partners at our side. Therefore, we are very pleased about this agreement and the confidence of the Hegelmann Group in the Mercedes-Benz Trucks brand,” said Stina Fagerman, Head of Sales, Marketing, and Services at Mercedes-Benz Trucks. The Hegelmann Group, a family-owned logistic… Continue reading Mercedes Benz Trucks sign LOI for 50 eActros LongHaul electric trucks

Lilium jet’s Phoenix 2 eVTOL achieved horizontal flight after a vertical takeoff

The company intends to add a second technology demonstration to the flight-test program as it gets ready to begin construction on the first seven-passenger vehicle in 2023 and will start flying it in 2024. Lilium claimed that subject to further testing by unbiased laboratories, recent battery-aging performance studies have demonstrated that the company will be… Continue reading Lilium jet’s Phoenix 2 eVTOL achieved horizontal flight after a vertical takeoff

The first Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton will be auctioned in Hong Kong in November

Shen the T. rex was revealed in the USA, in McCone County, Montana, in the Hell Creek Formation. It is estimated that the iconic dinosaur lived approximately 68 million years ago during the Cretaceous Period. “From its surging, bloodthirsty stance, to its remarkable preservation, this is one of the most scientifically studied T. rex skeletons… Continue reading The first Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton will be auctioned in Hong Kong in November