Blast! Space travel leaves you taller… but at risk of suffering chronic back pain, study shows

Blast! Space travel leaves you taller… but at risk of suffering chronic back pain, study shows New research has shown that astronauts can grow up to three inches in space The weightlessness in space causes growth by straightening the spine Study also suggested that 52 per cent of those who go to space have back … Read more

Study: Fire, wind carried radioactive materials from lab to Thousand Oaks

A new peer-reviewed study suggests that the 2018 Woolsey fire did cause radioactive material to leave the Santa Susana Field Lab, where the fire started. Ash, the study says, carried radioactive particles as far away as Thousand Oaks. Acorn file photo A new study indicates that radioactive material migrated off an old nuclear energy and … Read more

Columbus in America: the Vikings arrived on the continent almost 500 years before the European navigator, according to a new study

Drafting BBC News World 2 hours Image source, Getty Images Caption, L’Anse aux Meadows is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Newfoundland, Canada. The Vikings created a settlement in North America exactly 1,000 years and centuries before Christopher Columbus arrived in America, a new study shows. Scientists say a new dating technique, which analyzes the … Read more

▷ Kaspersky study shows: Social media users seek “one-way” relationships in order to …

20.10.2021 – 17:21 Kaspersky Labs GmbH Ingolstadt (ots) The COVID-19 pandemic led to increasingly one-sided relationships, so-called parasocial relationships, also in Germany, as a current Kaspersky study shows [1]. More than a third (37 percent) in Germany believe they can be friends with influencers they follow on social media. Almost one in five (17 percent) … Read more

NASA Selects New Space Telescope Proposal to Study Evolution of Milky Way Galaxy | The Weather Channel – Articles from The Weather Channel

The Milky Way Galaxy is seen in this illustration. (NASA/JPL-Caltech/R. Hurt (SSC/Caltech)) NASA has selected a new space telescope proposal that will study the recent history of star birth, star death, and the formation of chemical elements in the Milky Way. The gamma-ray telescope, called the Compton Spectrometer and Imager (COSI), is expected to launch … Read more

Global Military Radomes Market 2021 Study By Regions, Type and Product Forecast 2027 – EcoChunk

The Global Military Radomes Market from 2021 to 2027 overall review paper, which as of late distributed was ready with an excellent mix of business information, creative thoughts, reasonable arrangements, and current innovation to give a superior client experience. The report incorporates local and global market measurements and estimates a benefit somewhere in the … Read more

Meghan Markle is a subject of study in a London school

Meghan Markle it becomes subject of study. The wife of the Principe Harry will be the subject of a Course of Study in a private school in London. Her experiences at court would be the emblem of privileges of which still today enjoy whites. Read also> William as Diana, Carlo jealous of him: «He can’t … Read more

PestiRiv, the study on pesticides that shakes Bordeaux wines

Jean-Paul, 49, wears a mask indicating his results of analyzes for pesticide residues, in Bordeaux, October 13, 2021. PHILIPPE LOPEZ / AFP The study has not yet started but it is already worrying the wine industry. So much so that Bernard Farges, the boss of the very influential Bordeaux Wine Interprofessional Council (CIVB) took up … Read more

Study measures effects of confinement on the brain

Localization of an area of ​​the brain showing a decrease in activity related to confinement. UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS OF MARSEILLE The fifty-five days of confinement that France experienced from March 17 to May 10, 2020 had a negative effect on our brains. A phenomenon “Expected”, “ reversible “, but above all « unrelated to the much … Read more

NASA’s Lucy Spacecraft Launches to Study Jupiter’s Trojan Asteroids

NASA’s Lucy spacecraft was launched on October 16, 2021, at 5:34 a.m. EDT aboard a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket out of Space Launch Complex 41, Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Florida. About an hour after launch, Lucy separated from the second stage of the rocket. Its two massive solar arrays, each nearly … Read more