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Do ripples on the surface of the sun tell us that a flare is coming?

Solar flares produce waves with paths that bend up to the surface, revealing themselves as ripples on the surface. Credit: UC Berkeley/Juan Camilo Buitrago-Casas Flares from the sun are some…

The Latest Microsoft Surface Pro and More Top-Rated Laptops Are on Major Sale for Prime Day

Amazon With many schools adapting to an online-only curriculum and work from home becoming increasingly more common, this year has proven to be quite a time for computers. Now more…

Surface waves can help nanostructured devices keep their cool — ScienceDaily

The continuing progress in miniaturization of silicon microelectronic and photonic devices is causing cooling of the device structures to become increasingly challenging. Conventional heat transport in bulk materials is dominated…

Moon May Harbor Ancient Pieces Of Venus’ Surface

One of the Apollo 17 astronauts stands next to his lunar rover on the surface of the Moon. | … [+] Location: Taurus-Littrow Valley, Moon. (Photo by © Corbis/Corbis via…

What tiny surfing robots teach us about surface tension — ScienceDaily

Spend an afternoon by a creek in the woods, and you’re likely to notice water striders — long-legged insects that dimple the surface of the water as they skate across.…

Scientists study the rugged surface of near-Earth asteroid Bennu — ScienceDaily

As the days count down to NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft’s Touch-And-Go asteroid sample collection attempt, Southwest Research Institute scientists have helped determine what the spacecraft can expect to return from the…

Perseverance Rover will peer beneath Mars’ surface

Perseverance’s Radar Imager for Mars’ Subsurface Experiment (RIMFAX) uses radar waves to probe the ground, revealing the unexplored world that lies beneath the Martian surface. The first ground-penetrating radar set…

Nano-scientists develop a molecular tool to change the structure of a metal surface — ScienceDaily

The surface of metals plays a key role in many technologically relevant areas, such as catalysis, sensor technology and battery research. For example, the large-scale production of many chemical compounds…

Dangers Posed by Plastic Are Hidden Far Beneath the Ocean’s Surface

There is more plastic embedded in the sea floor, 9.25 million to 15.87 million tons, than floating on the ocean’s surface, researchers in Australia have found, in what a scientist…

NASA To Use 3D Tech To Build Habitat On Moon Surface

KEY POINTS NASA will work with ICON to develop a space-based construction system that could support future explorations ICON will work under the Moon to Mars Planetary Autonomous Construction Technologies project…