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# video | Boston Dynamics's SpotMini robots are pulling a huge truck behind them

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For several years in a row, Boston Dynamics has been producing robots of varying complexity. For example, recently she introduced the amazing Handle robot, which is capable of dragging boxes with the help of suction-cup hands. Despite all these innovations, the firm still remains a research and development company, and none of its robots are […]

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# video | These worms are without a mouth and digestive system feed in the most unexpected way.

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Every living organism needs food intake, but there are creatures in the world that do not have either a mouth or a digestive system. For example, these include flatworm parakatenuly that live on the seabed in regions with a temperate climate. Without the ability to directly consume nutrients, these creatures manage to live peacefully for […]

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# video | The largest aircraft in the world made its first flight

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In early 2019, Stratolaunch Systems abandoned a number of its projects due to the death of one of its founders, Paul Allen. At the same time, she continued to work on one of her most ambitious projects — a huge carrier aircraft for launching rockets into near-earth orbit. Even then we wrote that he was […]

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# video | Mice in weightlessness behave strangely

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The crew of the International Space Station is constantly studying the reaction of plants and animals to weightlessness. NASA researchers have previously evaluated the viability of laboratory mice in conditions without gravity, but now they talked about a deeper experiment that focuses on tracking their behavior and health. It turned out that the mice very […]

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Video of the day: Landing all three steps of SpaceX Falcon Heavy

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On April 12, SpaceX conducted the first successful commercial launch of the Falcon Heavy super-heavy rocket. The carrier put a new communication satellite Arabsat 6A into orbit, while SpaceX for the first time in its history was able to land three spent accelerators at once. Let's see how it was. At first (three minutes after […]

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# video | Iridescent mineral towers found under piles of oceanic debris

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In the course of various studies, scientists make amazing discoveries that sometimes strike with their beauty. Recently, members of the Schmidt Ocean Institute, founded by Google founder Eric Schmidt and his wife Wendy Schmidt, have discovered many mineral towers at the bottom of the Gulf of California. It is noteworthy that they were formed quite […]

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# video | Recycling robot recognizes paper, plastic and metals by touch

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Before recycling, you need to sort them according to the type of material from which it is made. At the moment, this is done by special workers, and their work is extremely tedious – not only can they get objects with harmful substances, so the work itself is monotonous and boring. Soon, robots can sort […]

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# video | Hackers hacked Tesla autopilot non-standard methods

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In 2016, a group of security researchers Keen Security Lab successfully hacked the Tesla Model S car system, after which the company significantly improved its reliability. In 2019, the hackers decided to identify the weaknesses of the autopilot, and not using software hacking, but using visual traps. Researchers did indeed succeed, but Tesla did not […]

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