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Experts recommended Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine for use

Experts recommended Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine for use

The advisory panel of experts to the health regulator FDA has recommended Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine for use in the United States, according to the panel’s vote. The FDA is expected to approve the vaccine for use on “emergency” grounds as early as Saturday. In that case, three coronavirus vaccines will already be used in the U.S., the other ...

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An incredible discovery in science! Scientists have reconstructed the history of the Moon’s formation

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American geochemists analyzed for the first time the isotopic composition of sulfur in samples collected during the Apollo 15 and Apollo 17 lunar missions. The results showed that the geological history of the Moon was quite turbulent. The paper was published in the journal Science Advances. Variations of sulfur isotopes in lavas of mantle origin can tell a lot about ...

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Scientists have announced the threat of a pandemic from another bat virus

Scientists have announced the threat of a pandemic from another bat virus

Scientists from the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness for Innovation (CEPI) have warned of the danger of a deadly new pandemic. Researchers called the Nipah virus transmitted by fruit bats extremely dangerous. Pigs eating vector-contaminated fruit are also carriers. Mortality rates for Nipah virus infection have been reported to be 40 to 75 percent. Discovered in 1999 in Malaysia, the disease ...

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Will humans live on Mars? A scientist gave the answers

Will humans live on Mars? A scientist gave the answers

Vladislav Shevchenko, head of the department of lunar and planetary studies at the Lomonosov Moscow State University Sternberg Institute, assessed the possibility of human exploration of the planet Mars after NASA published the first images after landing the Perseverance rover. According to him, the published videos show a high level of technology, but the existence of life on the Red ...

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Chinese probe “Tianwen-1” entered Mars waiting orbit

Chinese probe "Tianwen-1" entered Mars waiting orbit

Chinese probe “Tianwen-1” successfully entered the orbit waiting for Mars, according to a report of the China Space Science and Technology Corporation (CASC). “Twenty-fourth February at 6.29 Beijing time (1.29 MSK – Ed.), the first Chinese probe to study Mars “Tianwen-1” made the third braking and successfully entered the Martian orbit waiting, “- said in the message office. It is ...

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Scientists have found a way to change sleep content

Scientists have found a way to change sleep content

Man is a whole universe full of unsolved mysteries. One of these mysteries is sleep. Although scientists have been trying to understand the mechanism and processes of this state for centuries, so far the scientific community has not advanced much in its study. A recent study conducted by scientists in four countries has lifted the veil of mystery over the ...

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Study: Wearing glasses may reduce risk of COVID-19 disease

Study: Wearing glasses may reduce risk of COVID-19 disease

Scientists attribute this to the fact that spectacle wearers are less likely to touch their eyes People who wear glasses may be three times less likely to contract the coronavirus than others. This is evidenced by the results of a study conducted in India. Preliminary results of the study suggest that spectacle wearers may be getting extra protection because they ...

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The U.S. cargo spacecraft Cygnus has docked with the International Space Station (ISS)

The U.S. cargo spacecraft Cygnus has docked with the International Space Station (ISS)

The U.S. cargo spacecraft Cygnus has docked with the International Space Station (ISS), according to NASA. “The docking is complete. Northrop Grumman’s Cygnus cargo spacecraft is attached to the International Space Station’s Unity module, where it will remain for three months,” NASA said in a Twitter post. The truck delivered into orbit about 4 tons of materials for scientific experiments, ...

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An asteroid the size of a stadium approaches Earth

An asteroid the size of a stadium approaches Earth

An asteroid the size of a stadium will approach the Earth on February 22, reported NASA’s JPL research center at its website. The space object will fly at a distance of about four million kilometers from the planet. According to scientists, the diameter of the asteroid 2020 XU6 is 213 meters. In addition, on the next day to Earth will ...

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