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Avi Blizovsky

Data from the Gemini North Telescope provide a possible explanation for the halting of the merger of a pair of supermassive black holes at the center of a galaxy
Argon is part of a multi-institutional effort to survey the skies for clues about the origins and nature of our universe.
An amount of water at least three times greater than the water in all the Earth's oceans was discovered in the inner disk of the young Sun-like star HL Tauri, 450 light-years away from Earth, in the Taurus group
The Webb telescope has observed what appear to be young methane deposits on the surface of Eris and Maki Maki
Dr. Lonnie Johnson, an inventor who registered over 100 patents and developed a solid-state battery based on them, describes human evolution as an interactive process between biology and technology, in which each influences and is influenced by its own
In the coming week, a competition will be held at the Davidson Institute in which 15 classes from both the Jewish and the Arab societies will take part, and will compete in the Rob Goldberg machine competition
Research shows for the first time how direct invasion of mitigation zones can occur. The 3D computational model, driven by gravity, predicts that the subduction zone currently under the Strait of Gibraltar will spread further into the Atlantic Ocean and contribute to the creation of an Atlantic subduction system - a ring of fire similar to that existing in the Pacific Ocean
In the spectacular karst landscapes of southern China, giant apes, known as Gigantopithecus blacki, once roamed. They were three meters tall and weighed about 250 kilograms. They became extinct about 300 thousand years ago. The reasons for the extinction of these apes remained a mystery for years
A historic achievement for the United States, which returns to land on the moon for the first time since 1972, and the company Intuitive Machines, which seeks to prove its capabilities and serve as a supplier of equipment transfer to the moon as part of the Artemis program
The material being pulled toward this disk-shaped black hole emits so much energy that J0529-4351 is more than 500 trillion times brighter than the Sun
Technion researchers are partners in the HERA space mission: first attempt in history to divert an asteroid from its orbit
This is according to a report published in recent days by the International Journalism Institute. Environmental reporters are exposed to physical and verbal threats, difficulties in accessing information and financial pressure, sometimes while hiding from the eyes of the authorities and even with their encouragement
For the first time, NASA activated a tool designed to discover planets many light years away on an object in the solar system, in a study of the winds of Jupiter
Individual neurons could recognize, for example, when we are about to touch our tongue to our palate to say the letter D * This will enable the development of prostheses for those suffering from speech problems
The discovery of an S-shaped galaxy could revolutionize the understanding of the process of star formation
The European Space Agency gets the green light for the first space observatory of its kind, dedicated to revealing space-time vibrations.
A one degree Celsius increase in global average temperature due to the man-made climate crisis could shorten life expectancy by about 5 months, with women and residents of developing countries disproportionately affected
Research: A New Understanding of Animal Size Changes Over Time: Competition, Ecological Pressures, and Cope's Law
A newly discovered solar system with six confirmed extrasolar planets and a possible seventh increases astronomers' knowledge of star formation and evolution
The amulet may testify to the presence of an Assyrian (or perhaps Babylonian) official in the place almost 2,800 years ago * The rare find was transferred to the state treasures and the traveler received a certificate of appreciation from the Antiquities Authority
Prof. Daniela Reva, a graduate of the faculty, took office on January 1, 2024
The prize was awarded to Israeli scientists from Ben Gurion University, Tel Aviv and the Technion in order to promote their extraordinary research in the fields of renewable energy development and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions
Heads of state meeting in Brussels approved the changes on February 1 after Germany rejected the Commission's proposal to add 100 billion euros to the EU's multi-annual budget. The deal unleashes a 50 billion euro aid package for Ukraine
Prof. Ben Israel received a certificate of appreciation from the Israel Space Agency and the Ministry of Science. At the same time, the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) announced that next year it will award the Distinguished Service Award to Prof. Yitzhak Ben Israel, former Chairman of the Israel Space Agency, for his great contribution to astronautics and the promotion of the Federation
The Rakei mission and the Israel Space Agency at the Ministry of Innovation, Science and Technology announced today for the first time the establishment of the Israel Space Forum
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