Coronavirus News Roundup, July 11-july 17
A huge earthquake at Ridgecrest might set off the Garlock fault, which would in flip set off the San Andreas. The U.S. continues to interrupt daily COVID-19 records, with 75,600 new circumstances simply logged in a single day. One of the most important controversies in physics stays unresolved after a serious new study.
But at least we have a brand new exact quantity for the universe’s age. New analysis re-inspecting old knowledge showed that 28 objects previously described as distant galaxies or dim black holes are in reality brilliant, shrouded supermassive black holes. Some carp eggs survived and even hatched after being pooped by a duck.
It turns out the moon is a little youthful than scientists beforehand thought — about 85 million years younger, to be precise. The results are the primary trial information from the company to be printed in a peer-reviewed journal. New images of the solar surface, the closest ever seen, included a flaw that resembled a tardigrade.
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