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The Security Offered by Gate Openers

When you have a gate on your property, it’s important to look at gate openers. These can be more convenient for you while also offering you a significant amount of safety. By exploring gate openers Jacksonville FL properties can add a lot of security. Choose How You Want to Enter …

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4 Reasons You Need a Reliable Source of Silicon Wafer Dicing

The quality and quantity of silicon wafer material needed is incredibly specific when it comes to having the right amount of fresh product available, but maintained in a contamination-free environment. The industry requires the right balance of regular, fast shipments of the freshest materials possible. Silicon Wafer Dicing Free of …

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What Was Around Before Big Bang? Stephen Hawking Answers

  There was nothing around before the Big Bang, according to renowned British physicist Stephen Hawking. Speaking during a TV talk show Star Talk, aired on Sunday on National Geographic Channel, Hawking propounded his theory on what happened before the universe came into existence. Hawking’s theory lies upon the assumption that …

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Why Bacteria-Infected Mosquitoes Might Be Good Thing for Miami

  Mosquitoes are a year-round downside to living in subtropical Miami, but millions of bacteria-infected mosquitoes flying in a suburban neighbourhood are being hailed as an innovation that may kill off more bugs that spread Zika and other viruses. Miami-Dade County Mosquito Control and Habitat Management Division is releasing non-biting male …

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Uber in Deal With NASA to Build Flying Taxi Air Control Software

  Uber is taking part in a joint industry and government push with NASA to develop software which the company aims to use to manage “flying taxi” routes that could work like ride-hailing services it has popularised on the ground. Uber said on Wednesday it was the first formal services contract by the U.S. National …

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IBM Says It Has Reached a Milestone in Quantum Computing

IBM has announced a milestone in its race against Google and other big tech firms to build a powerful quantum computer. Dario Gil, who leads IBM’s quantum computing and artificial intelligence research division, said Friday that the company’s scientists have successfully built and measured a processor prototype with 50 quantum bits, known as qubits. Gil …

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India Can Develop Space Station, Says ISRO Chief

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) chairman A S Kiran Kumar on Monday said the country has the capability to develop a space station, but it needed a long-term approach and an ambitious planning. His comment follows ISRO display of technological prowess last week by launching 104 satellites in a single …

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Powerful ‘Cosmic Double Whammy’ Discovered

Astronomers, using data from India’s Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope (GMRT), have discovered two of the most powerful phenomena in the universe – a supermassive black hole and the collision of giant galaxy clusters about two billion light years from Earth. The two phenomenon have combined to create a stupendous cosmic …

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After Mars, ISRO Eyes Venus and Jupiter

After its successful Mars Orbiter Mission (MoM), ISRO is eyeing inter-planetary missions to Jupiter and Venus and is studying their feasibility. “We are looking at other planets that we can explore. So, two of them are Jupiter and Venus. The mission analysis is on what type of satellite we are …

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Space Rains Junk on Spain

It’s raining space junk in Spain. Rocket fuel tanks, chunks of satellites or something else entirely…In just over one week, three mysterious objects have fallen from the sky onto the country’s southeast, prompting bomb disposal agents and experts in hazmat suits to rush over as puzzled locals looked on. First …

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