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Mapping Particle Injections in Earth’s Magnetosphere

  Mapping Particle Injections in Earth’s Magnetosphere Visualizations by Tom Bridgman Released on November 27, 2017 A view from above the northern hemisphere of particle injection propagation constructed from their respective satellite detections. Distinct injections, and their detection by satellites, ...

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Physicists Discover Flaws in Superconductor Theory

This image of a magnet levitated over a high-temperature superconductor array shows rectangular TFMs (black) levitating a heavy ferromagnet (silver) above a container of liquid nitrogen. Weinstein/University of Houston Click for a full size image Physicists Discover Flaws in Superconductor ...

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Gravitation under human control

Gravitation under human control Science fiction soon to be science fact Produce and detect gravitational fields at will using magnetic fields, control them for studying them, work with them to produce new technologies — it sounds daring, but Prof. André ...

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