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Astronomy news – skyatnightmagazine
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Astronomy news – skyatnightmagazine

Astronomy news – skyatnightmagazine Astronomy news – skyatnightmagazine https://www.skyatnightmagazine.com Tue, 26 Jan 2021 11:04:37 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Has lockdown affected light pollution? https://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/news/does-coronavirus-lockdown-mean-clearer-skies-for-astronomers/ Thu, 21 Jan 2021 11:54:17 +0000 https://www.skyatnightmagazine.com/?p=46628 ...
Physicists find best way for insects to avoid collisions when jumping
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Physicists find best way for insects to avoid collisions when jumping

Physicists find best way for insects to avoid collisions when jumping By Joe Paul A froghopper (Cercopis vulnerata) mid-hopAvalon/Photoshot License/Alamy A mathematical solution to a biological puzzle that may not really exist might prove useful for designing hopping rovers for space exploration. Alberto Vailati at the University of Milan, Italy, normally researches the physics of fluid dynamics. However, about 10 years ago, after noticing jumping insects on a holiday, he was intrigued to read some lab studies in which insects, including fruit fly larvae, gall midge larvae and froghoppers, had all been seen leaping with an average take-off angle of about 60 degrees. The idea that many different types of insects should … ...
Quantum hyperchaos could help build better quantum computers
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Quantum hyperchaos could help build better quantum computers

Quantum hyperchaos could help build better quantum computers By Leah Crane A concept image of a quantum computer processorVCHAL/Getty Images Quantum computing can be chaotic, but key properties of that chaos may actually help us develop useful devices. That is the finding of a study of the behaviour of quantum bits, or qubits, which has shown that their chaotic nature may be easier to predict than thought. Quantum computers use qubits as the basic unit of memory, the same way regular computers use bits. The difference is that while a bit can only be in one of two states – a 1 or a 0 – a qubit can … Published at Mon, 25 Jan 2021 12:38:03 +0000
ONE SHOT – Electrostatics and Capacitance | JEE Main 2021 | Refocus-Revise-Reward 🏆 | Suri Sir
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ONE SHOT – Electrostatics and Capacitance | JEE Main 2021 | Refocus-Revise-Reward 🏆 | Suri Sir

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Increasing ocean temperature threatens Greenland’s ice sheet
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Increasing ocean temperature threatens Greenland’s ice sheet

Increasing ocean temperature threatens Greenland's ice sheetScientists at the University of California, Irvine and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory have for the first time quantified how warming coastal waters are impacting individual glaciers in Greenland's fjords. Their work is the subject of a study published recently in Science Advances. Working under the auspices of the Oceans Melting Greenland mission for the past five years, the researchers used ships and aircraft to survey 226 glaciers in all sectors of one of Earth's largest islands. They found that 74 glaciers situated in deep, steep-walled valleys accounted for nearly half of Greenland's total ice loss between 1992 and 2017. Such fjord-bound glaciers were discovered to be the most subject to undercutting, a process by which warm...