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European Area Agency Plans Mission to Explore Caverns on the Moon

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European Area Agency Plans Mission to Explore Caverns on the Moon

Entering a lunar lava tube. The Moon’s surface is covered by millions of craters, but it also hosts hundreds of very steep-walled holes known as pits. Like doorways to the underworld, photos of some pits clearly show a cavern beneath the Moon’s surface, suggesting that they are ‘skylights’ into extensive lava tubes that can be…

New Type of Amputation Surgery May Enable Better Control of Prosthetic Limbs

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New Type of Amputation Surgery May Enable Better Control of Prosthetic Limbs

MIT researchers in collaboration with surgeons at Harvard Medical School have devised a new type of amputation surgery that can help amputees better control their residual muscles and receive sensory feedback. Credit: MIT Reconnecting muscle pairs during amputation gives patients more sensory feedback from the limb. MIT researchers have invented a new type of amputation…

River Colors Across the United States Are Changing

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River Colors Across the United States Are Changing

1984 – 2018 In the past 35 years, one third of large rivers in the United States have changed their dominant color, often due to sediments or algae. Much like the sky, rivers are rarely painted one color. Across the world, they appear in shades of yellow, green, blue, and brown. Subtle changes in the…

Crystals Discovered in the Stomach of Fossil Bird Complicates the Secret of Its Diet Plan

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Crystals Discovered in the Stomach of Fossil Bird Complicates the Secret of Its Diet Plan

A reconstruction of the bohaiornithid Sulcavis, a close relative of Bohaiornis guoi, hunting an insect. Credit: © S. Abramowicz, Dinosaur Institute, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County It’s hard to know what prehistoric animals’ lives were like—even answering seemingly simple questions, like what they ate, can be a challenge. Sometimes, paleontologists get lucky, and…

Moiré Patterns Help With Discovery of Unexpected New Insulating Phases

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Moiré Patterns Help With Discovery of Unexpected New Insulating Phases

Formation of moiré pattern by two honeycomb lattices. Credit: Microwave Nano-Electronics Lab, UC Riverside UC Riverside-led study observed unexpected insulating phases by placing electrons on stacked monolayers of 2D semiconductors. Materials that have excess electrons are typically conductors. However, moiré patterns — interference patterns that typically arise when one object with a repetitive pattern is…

Bop Store: Songs From Chloe x Halle, Yasmin Williams, Jesswar, And More

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Bop Store: Songs From Chloe x Halle, Yasmin Williams, Jesswar, And More

Getty Images The search for the ever-elusive "bop" is difficult. Playlists and streaming-service recommendations can only do so much. They often leave a lingering question: Are these songs really good, or are they just new? Enter Bop Shop, a hand-picked selection of songs from the MTV News team. This weekly collection doesn't discriminate by genre and can include…

The World’s A Little Blurred For Billie Eilish. Director R.J. Cutler Found Clearness

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The World’s A Little Blurred For Billie Eilish. Director R.J. Cutler Found Clearness

Apple TV+ By Dani Blum Billie Eilish loves The Office so much she sampled dialogue from the show on her debut album, bookending a song about desire with one of the sitcom’s in-jokes. When she first met with filmmaker R.J. Cutler, known for making profiling documentaries like the Anna Wintour-chronicling The September Issue and The…

All Eyes On Gus: How Nilsa’s Former Floribama Fling Responded To Her Pregnancy News

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All Eyes On Gus: How Nilsa’s Former Floribama Fling Responded To Her Pregnancy News

Nilsa shared two big words with her MTV Floribama Shore roomies: "I'm pregnant!" And Gus everyone was shocked. During the season premiere, Nilly -- who is about 10 and a half weeks along with a baby boy -- shared the lifechanging news as the Southerners got settled in their new Montana home. But first the…

‘Verified’

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‘Verified’

According to popular journalist and transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano, Everton are ‘working’ on a deal to sign Max Aarons from Norwich City in the next transfer window. The Toffees signed Ben Godfrey from Norwich last summer, and it seems they are now looking at Aarons as Carlo Ancelotti wants to bolster the right-back department. Everton…

‘Calm Buddha life’: Guardiola makes fascinating discuss Everton guy ahead of West Ham clash

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‘Calm Buddha life’: Guardiola makes fascinating discuss Everton guy ahead of West Ham clash

Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has paid tribute to Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti by saying he is like a Buddha because he is so calm. Ahead of the game against West Ham United, Guardiola has made this interesting comment. The Spaniard says that Ancelotti remains calm in both good and bad moments, and he gives…