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Webb Sees Four Photos of Same Gravitationally Lensed Quasar

A quasar called RX J1131-1231 resides approximately 6 billion light-years away in the constellation of Crater. This Webb image shows the RX J1131-1231 galaxy distorted by gravitational lensing into a dim ring; at the top of the ring are three very bright spots with diffraction spikes coming off them, right next to each other; these

Picket employee Ants Can Fabricate Lifestyles-Saving Amputations on Wounded Nestmates

Carpenter ants (Camponotus), a diverse genus of large ants indigenous to many forested parts of the world, can selectively treat the wounded limbs of fellow nestmates — either by wound cleaning or amputation. Injured individual (marked in yellow) of Camponotus floridanus receives wound care by a nestmate. Image credit: Frank et al., doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2024.06.021. Open

Steel-Free Natural Molecules Display camouflage Highly Efficient Room-Temperature Phosphorescence

Metal-free organic 3-bromo-2-thienyl diketones exhibit fast and highly efficient room-temperature phosphorescence with high color purity under various conditions, according to new research led by Osaka University chemists. An artist’s impression of fast phosphorescence: the blue light rays come into the molecule to generate bold yellow pillars, representing the acceleration of phosphorescence through the mixing of

Modern Species of Stegosaur Published

Paleontologists in China have found the fossil fragments from a new genus and species of stegosaurian dinosaur: Baiyinosaurus baojiensis. Life reconstuction of Gigantspinosaurus (bottom foreground), a sister species of the newly-discovered stegosaur Baiyinosaurus baojiensis, and and other dinosaurs from the Shaximiao Formation. Image credit: A. Belov / CC BY-SA 3.0. Baiyinosaurus baojiensis roamed Earth during

Webb Sees Hourglass-Shaped Molecular Cloud spherical Protostar

Astronomers using the MIRI (Mid-Infrared Instrument) camera aboard the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope have captured a striking new photo of the molecular cloud L1527. L1527, shown in this image from Webb’s MIRI instrument, is a molecular cloud that harbors the IRAS 04368+2557 protostar. The more diffuse blue light and the filamentary structures in the

Trypillia Mega-Sites Shunned Wealth Inequalities between Individual Households, Archaeologists Snarl

The Trypillia culture flourished in western/central Ukraine, Moldova and eastern Romania for over two millennia from the end of the Neolithic to the Early Bronze Age (5400-2700 BCE). Reconstruction of the Trypillian giant-settlement Maidanetske, Ukraine. Image credit: Kenny Arne Lang Antonsen / CC BY-SA 4.0. The Trypillia culture is a Neolithic European culture that arose

Folk Played Key Feature in Megafauna Extinctions, Novel Analysis Confirms

Across the last 50,000 years land vertebrate faunas have experienced severe losses of large species (megafauna), with most extinctions occurring in the Late Pleistocene and Early to Middle Holocene. Importantly, this extinction event is unique relative to other Cenozoic (the last 66 million years) extinctions in its strong size bias. For example, only 11 out

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