Lorenzo Gialluca

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Expanding universe may render time travel impossible

In day-to-day human experience, the march of time is constant. Outside the adventures of Marty McFly or Bill and Ted, most people wouldn't normally …

Quantum Teleportation Moves Out Of Lab As Scientists Achieve Long-Distance Information Transfer Via City Optic Fiber

In what is being hailed as a breakthrough in demonstrating the feasibility of quantum teleportation, two independent teams of scientists have …

Tardigrade Protein: Water Bears Provide Clue To Prevent Radiation Damage To Human DNA

Water bears are not actually bears at all, in any sense of the word. Living in water, eight-legged and less than 0.05 inches in length, they don’t …

The Cloud on Titan That Shouldn't Exist

The mystery cloud is made of material that doesn't exist anywhere else in Titan's atmosphere. So where did it come from?<p>NASA's Cassini spacecraft has discovered a strange cloud on Titan that goes against everything scientists thought they knew about the moon's atmosphere.<p>Titan is a cold place. This …

See NASA's SLS Booster Test Fire In Slow Motion

Don't worry, it's supposed to do that<p>To get to the top, sometimes you need to break a few nozzle plugs.<p>This slow motion footage is a test firing of NASA's Space Launch System (SLS) booster, which took place back in June, and yielded plenty of interesting information for NASA scientists in addition …

For first time, individual atoms seen keeping away from each other

If you bottle up a gas and try to image its atoms using today’s most powerful microscopes, you will see little more than a shadowy blur. Atoms zip …

NASA’s Titan Sub Mission May Shed Light on How Life Developed on Earth

Of all the bodies in our solar system, Saturn’s moon Titan is one of the likeliest to harbor life. That’s because it has an atmosphere and its …

NASA space telescope captures black holes ‘burping’ after eating up stars

For the first time ever, astronomers have documented the process by which radiation is expelled from black holes – a process that many believe holds …