They create a kit to convert a combustion motorcycle into an electric one

To contribute to the decarbonization of the planet, but at the same time take advantage of combustion engine vehicles, researchers from the National University of San Luis, in Argentina, have developed a kit so that anyone who has a combustion motorcycle can remove its engine and replace it. for an electric one. The main objective … Read more

James Webb Telescope Reveals Hidden ‘Bones’ of Galaxy IC5332

The “bones” of galaxia IC 5332usually hidden under cosmic dust, could be observed thanks to the work of the James Webb telescope. According to the Russian news agency Sputnik, This spiral galaxy could be captured in particular detail thanks to the Mid-InfraRed instrument (MIRI) present in the telescope, in charge of the space agencies of … Read more

Jupiter reaches closest point to Earth in 59 years

Jupiter was located this Monday only 590 million kilometers from Earth, its closest approach in almost 59 years, so it could be observed without a telescope. The largest planet in the solar system was located in opposition to the Sun, that is, the giant was also aligned with our star, but with it on the … Read more

Were the dinosaurs at their peak when a falling asteroid wiped them out?

It has been believed that a wide range of dinosaur species lived around the world in the late Cretaceous period, just before their extinction 66 million years ago. However, in recent times the suspicion has gained strength that dinosaurs were not enjoying their best moment, but had been in decline for a long time. And … Read more

They discover “treasure” of organic matter on Mars

The rocks identified in an outcrop called “Wildcat Ridge” in Jezero Crater have the highest concentration of organic matter found so far during the Mars 2020 mission of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Organic molecules are the building blocks of life: rocks that were deposited in the habitable environment of an ancient lake … Read more

Chinese exploration on Mars achieves valuable scientific results

China’s first Mars exploration mission has achieved valuable scientific results, the China National Space Administration (CNSA) said Tuesday. As of Thursday, the Tianwen-1 orbiter had operated normally for more than 780 days and the Zhurong rover had traveled 1,921 meters from the surface of Mars, the CNSA added. China’s Tianwen-1 probe orbiter and explorer have … Read more

They discover two rocky exoplanets that could be habitable

The two exoplanets were discovered thanks to observations from NASA’s Tess telescope. The former is about 1.32 times the diameter of the Earth and up to 13 times its mass. It orbits its star in 2.7 days. While the other is located a little further from the star and is about 1.37 times the diameter … Read more

Water worlds outside the solar system? –

A study by a group of astrophysicists looked at the composition of planets orbiting red dwarf stars, the most common in the galaxy, and found that a large amount contains water. In the study, published in the journal ‘Science’, Rafael Luque and Enric Pallé measured the density of 43 planets, of which they had precise … Read more

Scientists study space spiral that could help explain the origin of stars

Scientists from two space teams analyze a spiral that could help explain the origin of stars. These are young stars spiraling towards the center of a massive cluster called NGC 346, and they concluded that the outer arm of the spiral may be fueling star formation in this huge nursery, through “a movement of gas … Read more

The “end of the world” glacier is at risk, according to scientists

Antarctica’s so-called “doomsday glacier”, nicknamed for its high risk of collapse and threat to global sea levels, has the potential to recede rapidly in the coming years. The Thwaites Glacier, capable of raising sea levels by several metres, is eroding along its underwater base as the planet warms. In a study published in the academic … Read more