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Heat of Ryugu

7 February 2021

The Japanese space mission to the asteroid Ryugu was a success and it is now on its way to meet another asteroid even further away. When the soil samples have been restored to a laboratory in order to analyse, one of the things scientists will be looking at is the apparent heat of Ryugu, and what might be the source – see https://phys.org/news/2021-02-japan-scientists-source-high-asteroid.html … The heat in question is the heat that altered the space rock' constitution. They idea is that it may provide some details on the origin of the universe – or even, life on earth. They found indications of heat exceeding 300 degrees celesius on the surface of the asteroid, and under the surface.

At https://sciencex.com/news/2021-02-distant-baby-black-holes-misbehavingan… … distant baby black holes misbehaving – or behaving in a manner unexpected. Black holes that do not conform to mainstream theory. The story comes from  The Conversation, from which we learn some secrets of mainstream – behind the facade of knowing all. The study is said to involve looking at 21,000 galaxies over one single year of research. If you want to know what their deliberations and conclusions are go to https://theconversation.com/these-distant-baby-black-holes-seem-to-be-mi… ..

At https://phys.org/news/2021-02-student-astronomer-galactic.html … student astronomer finds missing galactic matter and shines a beacon for others to follow.

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