“The ‘AI’ Cosmos” –Intelligent Algorithms Begin Processing the Universe

"The 'AI' Cosmos" --Intelligent Algorithms Begin Processing the Universe

 

This June, 2020, NASA announced that intelligent computer systems will be installed on space probes to direct the search for life on distant planets and moons, starting with the 2022/23 ESA ExoMars mission, before moving beyond to moons such as Jupiter’s Europa, and of Saturn’s Enceladus and Titan.

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Mysteries of the Ice Giants –“Totally Weird Water, a New State of Matter”

Mysteries of the Ice Giants --"Totally Weird Water, a New State of Matter"

 

Our solar system’s ice giants are bizarre worlds of extremes… if you were born at one of Uranus’s poles, for example, you would be middle-aged at sunset and a very old, 84-year old before it was time for a second sunrise and by the time of a second dawn on Neptune, a dark, cold world, whipped by supersonic winds that can reach up 1,500 miles per hour, you would be 165. But their real stories going back billions of years, lie locked in their water.

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Last Week’s Top 5 Space & Science Headlines –“Black Hole Unveils History of Cosmos to Mars ‘Science-Fiction’ Moon”

A New State of Matter --"The Black Hole Physics of Strange Metals"

 

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Planet Earth Report –“Not Made on This Earth to The Last True Hermit”

Planet Earth Report --"Herod's Flu to What Life Will Look Like in 2022"

 

“Planet Earth Report” provides descriptive links to headline news by leading science journalists about the extraordinary discoveries, technology, people, and events changing our knowledge of Planet Earth and the future of the human species.

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“Exist at an Astonishing Scale” –Planets Orbiting Black Holes Could Harbor Life ‘Beyond Extreme’

Black Hole Planet

 

“The black holes of nature are the most perfect macroscopic objects there are in the universe –the only elements in their construction are our concepts of space and time,” said Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, the Noble-Prize winning, Indian-American astrophysicist NASA’s Chandra X-Ray Observatory was named for.

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