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A cosmic photon with a monstrous energy registered: 1.4 quadrillion electron volts

The Large Alpine Air Showers Observatory in Sichuan in southwestern China reported a photon with the highest energy ever observed, 1.4 petaelectronvolts (1.4 x 1015 eV). Such a discovery could lead to a serious change in the established ideas about our Galaxy, writes the...

Voyager 1 heard “light rain noise” 23 billion km from Earth: audio from deep space

Launched 44 years ago, the Voyager 1 probe since August 2012 is no longer flying in the heliosphere of the solar system. With the distance from the Sun, solar disturbances at different frequencies subsided, which allowed the apparatus to register a barely noticeable but...

After Death, Certain “zombie Genes” Begin To Actively Work In The Brain: Research

In some cells of the brain, after the death of a person, the activity of genes increases - and these cells increase to impressive sizes. This discovery was made by biologists from the University of Illinois at Chicago, their article was published in the...

Microbes Raised From The Depths In The Pacific Ocean, Which Cannot Be Seen By Human Immunity

At a depth of more than 3000 m near the Phoenix Islands in the central part of the Pacific Ocean, bacteria were found that the innate human immunity simply does not see - these two species are so alien to each other. A group...

A Probe Near Jupiter Showed A Grandiose Light Storm In The Atmosphere Of A Gas Giant: Video

Interplanetary automatic station Juno, which is in orbit of Jupiter, has shed light on the origin of polar "light shows" in the atmosphere of the gas giant due to the ultraviolet spectrograph on board. This was reported by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory with reference...

Unknown animals found under the thickness of ice in Antarctica: they covered a cobblestone – photo

Under the Filchner Ice Shelf in Antarctica, an international team of scientists has found organisms that they cannot yet classify. The discovery was announced today by the journal Frontiers in Marine Science. The study of ice shelves is difficult: this requires drilling a massive layer...