This radio telescope will be able to detect a phone in the pocket of an astronaut on Mars

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The SKA observatory will be located in two different deserts and will have immense sensitivity. It will bring a new look at the cosmic dawn and many astronomical phenomena. This project started in the 1990s. The construction of the Square Kilometer Array has just started. Abbreviated SKA, this observatory will be the largest radio telescope in the world… … Continue reading This radio telescope will be able to detect a phone in the pocket of an astronaut on Mars

Neuralink: US investigation into possible violations of animal protection laws

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In four years, Neuralink trials have killed 1,500 animals. Partly after erroneous experiments were not carried out at all. The pong-playing macaque pager (Image: Neuralink) Investigations are underway against US billionaire Elon Musk's company Neuralink because too many animals may be killed for the development of the brain-computer interface (BCI). This is reported by the Reuters news agency, … Continue reading Neuralink: US investigation into possible violations of animal protection laws

Universe much brighter than expected: Is dark matter responsible?

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The universe is twice as bright as previously thought, according to the Pluto probe New Horizons. A particle that has so far only been described theoretically could explain the anomaly. The unexpectedly high brightness of the universe could be due to the decay of a previously only theoretically described elementary particle that is a candidate for … Continue reading Universe much brighter than expected: Is dark matter responsible?

Patient record: “Toxic electronic access to human identity”

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The e-medical record is similar to China's social credit system, a psychotherapist warns. Digital doppelgangers with constructed identities would emerge. With the electronic patient file (ePA), not only the right to informational self-determination threatens to be lost. Rather, there is a risk of losing control over one's own identity through the almost arbitrary construction of digital doppelgangers. The … Continue reading Patient record: “Toxic electronic access to human identity”

Second life with Linux: Extra slim distributions for special applications

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Unlike Windows, Linux gives businesses a few operating system options to choose from, even for the oldest and weakest devices. If the old hardware no longer meets the high demands of Windows 11, you don't have to dispose of the devices right away. Rather, Linux is an interesting option in such cases: the various distributions are … Continue reading Second life with Linux: Extra slim distributions for special applications

Starlink: SpaceX sees its plans hampered for its 2nd generation satellites

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The FCC has imposed a limit on the number of second-generation satellites of Starlink, SpaceX's constellation. This is probably not the outcome SpaceX was hoping for. hoped for when reading the conclusions of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the telecom regulatory authority in the United States. The instance did not fully meet the expectations of the company founded … Continue reading Starlink: SpaceX sees its plans hampered for its 2nd generation satellites

Google is filing an appeal against a billion-euro fine before the ECJ

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Google is going to the European Court of Justice: It's about preventing competition in connection with Android - and a fine worth a billion. In the dispute with the EU over illegal market power in Android, Google will go to the highest European court, the European Court of Justice (ECJ). In September, the court of the … Continue reading Google is filing an appeal against a billion-euro fine before the ECJ

Kanye West glorifies Nazis: Right-wing network Parler cancels takeover

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While Kanye West/Ye glorifies National Socialists in a television appearance, Parler cancels the planned takeover. The rapper is blocked on Twitter. The American artist Kanye West - who is now officially called Ye - will not buy the social network Parler, which is particularly popular with right-wing and right-wing extremists. Parler announced this late Thursday, at the … Continue reading Kanye West glorifies Nazis: Right-wing network Parler cancels takeover

We saw a black hole rip apart a star 8.5 billion light-years away

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A black hole engulfing a star has been identified as 8.5 billion light-years from Earth. This is the most distant detection of this type of cataclysmic event. Stars that roam too close to black holes are very reckless. They usually end up torn apart by the extreme gravity of black holes, which readily gobble up this material. We have just … Continue reading We saw a black hole rip apart a star 8.5 billion light-years away

Follow the departure to the Moon of the first Arab rover thanks to SpaceX

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The United Arab Emirates launches a mission to the Moon. The goal? Place a rover, Rashid, on the surface. A first for the country. The launch of the mission is provided by SpaceX and can be followed live. The launch in a nutshell What? A lunar mission from the United Arab Emirates, with the sending of a rover to the … Continue reading Follow the departure to the Moon of the first Arab rover thanks to SpaceX