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Primate voice boxes are evolving at rapid pace – Mirage News

Study is largest ever investigation into evolution of larynges across species Scientists have discovered that the larynx, or voice box, of primates is…

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The First Star in Our Galaxy Caught Sending Out Fast Radio Bursts Is Doing It Again – ScienceAlert

A little dead star that dazzled us earlier this year is not done with its shenanigans.

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A little dead star that dazzled us earlier this year is not done with its shenanigans.
Magnetar SGR 1935+2154, which in April emitted the first known fast radio burst from inside the Milky Way, has flared up once more, giving astronomers yet another chance to solve more than one major cosmic mystery.
On 8 October 2020, the CHIME/FRB collaboration detected SGR 1935+2154 emitting three millisecond radio bursts in three seconds. Following up on the CHIME/FRB detection, the FAST radio telescope found…

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Volcanic Impact on Jupiter’s Moon Io Shown Directly for the First Time – SciTechDaily

New radio images from the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) show for the first time the direct effect of volcanic activity on the atmosphere of…

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Composite image showing Jupiter’s moon Io in radio (ALMA), and optical light (Voyager 1 and Galileo). The ALMA images of Io show for the first time plumes of sulfur dioxide (in yellow) rise up from its volcanoes. Jupiter is visible in the background (Hubble). Credit: ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO), I. de Pater et al.; NRAO/AUI NSF, S. Dagnello; NASA/ESA
New radio images from the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) show for the first time the direct effect of volcanic activity on the atmosphere…

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Grand Final at the Gabba: Locals can expect a humid weekend and possible thunderstorms. – Courier Mail

North Brisbane is set for a warm, muggy weekend ahead, with temperatures in the high 20s, scattered showers and possible thunderstorms.

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North Brisbane is set for a warm, muggy weekend ahead, with temperatures in the high 20s, scattered showers and possible thunderstorms.
October in north Brisbane is warmer than it was in the 1970s, with around six extra days of the month hitting at least 26 degrees.
50 years ago, October typically had six days reaching 26 degrees
Nowadays however, it’s more like 12 days in the month.
This warming trend can be seen across southeast Queensland with Amberley, Cape Moreton and Logan all recording more…

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