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Peneliti Temukan Penampakan Gurita Langka yang Hidup di Samudra Hindia

PIKIRAN RAKYAT – Laut dalam merupakan rumah bagi sejumlah hewan langka yang terletak di kedalaman samudra dengan lebih dari 1.800 meter. Bisa dibilang, sinar matahari saja sudah tidak mampu menembus…

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Tsukuba University researchers create Carbon-based material, harder than diamond

Researchers at the University of Tsukuba, Japan have created a new form of carbon that is harder than a diamond. They have named this structure ‘pentadiamond’, which they believe may be useful for replacing current synthetic diamonds in difficult cutting manufacturing tasks.

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Researchers at the University of Tsukuba, Japan have created a new form of carbon that is harder than a diamond. They have named this structure ‘pentadiamond’, which they believe may be useful for replacing current synthetic diamonds in difficult cutting manufacturing tasks.
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International Asteroid Day 2020: History, significance and other details you should know

Asteroids are small, rocky objects that orbit the sun.

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Asteroids are small, rocky objects that orbit the sun.
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NASA offers $35,000 prize money for designing toilet for Artemis astronauts on moon

NASA said that the astronauts exploring on the Moon will need a smaller, lighter, simpler toilet inside their lunar lander, because every ounce of mass on the lander is carefully allocated.

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