Earth-like planet discovered 40 light years away

Techno By May 25, 2024 No Comments

The American space agency NASA has discovered an Earth-like planet 40 light-years away from Earth, which may contain signs of life. An international team of astronomers pinpointed the planet’s location using NASA’s TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite). Such discoveries are usually made under the ‘transit method’. In this method, a planet is identified when the star’s brightness decreases as it…

Traces of toxic metals discovered on more than 200 ancient books

Techno By May 01, 2024 No Comments

Newark: Scientists have discovered traces of the toxic metal arsenic in the covers of more than 200 books worldwide. 19th-century books with green covers have been found to contain arsenic at alarming levels, prompting some libraries to remove them. Researchers at the University of Delaware in Newark, USA, used X-rays to identify red and yellow skins that contained mercury and…

100-year-old British train car discovered in 19th-century fort

Antwerp: Archaeologists have discovered an estimated 100-year-old British train car while excavating a 19th-century castle in Belgium. According to the London North Eastern Railway (LNER), researchers working to excavate the Northern Citadel in Antwerp, Belgium discovered a dark red train car with the LNER logo on it. The logging truck is believed to be about 100 years old, consultant archaeologist…

New Cells That Keep Muscle Active Against Aging Discovered

Health By Apr 17, 2024 No Comments

Hingston: In a new study, scientists have discovered how muscles try to keep themselves active as they age. This research will help to understand the rapid aging of muscle fibers as well as to identify the mechanisms that muscles use to cope with aging. The researchers say that the research findings will hopefully lead to the development of future therapies…

Mysterious Ant Species Discovered in Australia

Techno By Apr 16, 2024 No Comments

Perth: Scientists have discovered a mysterious type of ant in Australia. In the Pilbara region of northeastern Australia, researchers have discovered a pale yellow, slender, long-legged ant with sharp jaws. While the underground environment is its habitat. Experts have named this type of ant ‘Leptinella voldemort’ after the character Lord Voldemort in the Harry Porter series. Dr Mark Wong of…

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