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    16 May

    Rikhter R-23: The cannon the Soviet Union sent into space

    Lead Image: The world’s first manned space rocket at an exhibition in Moscow city, Russia. Image Credit: Armastas/iStock In the mid-1970s, the Soviet Union became the first, and to date, only nation, to have actually fired a cannon in space. Mounted on a space station, the actual details of the endeavor have remained secret for over forty years until now. Let’s take a look at this historic event. Did the Soviets really install a working cannon on a space station? In short, yes they did. Called the R-23M, the cannon was installed and tested on the Almaz space station in the 1970s.…

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  • 15 May

    The Use of Digital Marketing in the Gaming Industry

    In this day and age, it’s hard to find an industry that hasn’t been affected by digital marketing. The gaming industry is no exception, with marketing efforts becoming more and more sophisticated as the years go on. Whether you’re a gamer yourself or just someone interested in the industry, it’s worth looking at how digital marketing is used in the gaming world. This blog post will explore some of the most common techniques used in gaming marketing and discuss how they’ve evolved over time. We’ll also look at some of the challenges that marketers face when targeting gamers. By understanding…

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  • 13 May

    Cellular Dynamics: First Panoramic Spatial Atlases of Life

    The SpatioTemporal Omics Consortium (STOC) is a collaborative research initiative that aims to accelerate our understanding of cellular complexity and interactions at tissue scale in development, physiology, and disease through large-scale spatially resolved multiomics analyses. International scientific consortium, the SpatioTemporal Omics Consortium (STOC), produces the first spatiotemporal maps of cellular dynamics in mice, Drosophila, zebrafish, and Arabidopsis, using BGI-Research’s world-leading Stereo-seq technology. An international team of scientists led by China’s BGI-Research published state-of-the-art panoramic spatial atlases of life, examining the cellular dynamics of organisms at different developmental stages and providing potentially significant new information for disease treatment, development, and aging,…

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  • 11 May

    “Dark Stars” – A Brief History of Black Holes

    Artist’s concept illustration of a supermassive black hole emitting an x-ray jet. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech Late in 2018, the gravitational wave observatory, LIGO, announced that they had detected the most distant and massive source of ripples of spacetime ever monitored: gravitational waves triggered by pairs of black holes colliding in deep space. Only since 2015 have we been able to observe these invisible astronomical bodies, which at that time could be detected only by their gravitational attraction. Then in a breakthrough in 2019, the Event Horizon Telescope captured an image of a black hole and its shadow for the first time.…

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  • 10 May

    Tantalizing Tectonics: Monstrous “Claw Mark” Scratches on the Surface of Mars

    This image from ESA’s Mars Express shows part of a large fault system on Mars known as Tantalus Fossae. This image comprises data gathered by Mars Express’ High Resolution Stereo Camera (HRSC) on July 19, 2021. It was created using data from the nadir channel, the field of view aligned perpendicular to the surface of Mars, and the color channels of the HRSC. It is a ‘true color’ image, reflecting what would be seen by the human eye if looking at this region of Mars. The ground resolution is approximately 18 m/pixel and the images are centered at about 43°N/257°E.…

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