Top 10 of the science news spring: In addition to Korona, the planets and divorce were of interest


1. Neanderthalgens contribute to coronary heart disease

Some Neanderthal human genes can protect against, and predispose to, severe forms of the disease caused by the coronavirus.

2. A planet almost the age of the universe was found

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280 light-years away, a red dwarf star orbits an exoplanet as old as ten billion years.

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3. Research predicts that the corona will tame into a mild childhood flu

The corona is likely to remain among us, but in the future, the first infection will be mild in early childhood between the ages of three and five. Although adults also become infected from time to time, the disease remains mild.

4. A nascent divorce can be identified by the words months before the divorce

Divorcing people start before the difference using more of the words “I” and “we,” among others.

5. Fossils of perhaps the world’s largest dinosaur were found

This is probably a previously completely unknown species of titanosaurus.

6. A planet the size of Earth was found wandering in space

The researchers succeeded in a very difficult observation when they found a lone Wanderer.

7. Brain cleansing cells continue to work even after death

Nerve support cells remained active in dying brain tissue long after other activities had ceased.

8. There is a commotion from the Mars ATV

Nasa released sound samples of the ATV going more than 200 million miles on the planet Mars.

9. Traces of a course of antibiotics obtained as a baby were still visible at the age of six

According to a Finnish study, boys who received antibiotics as newborns were, on average, slightly smaller than their peers.

10. The test result challenges the basic theory of particle physics

The quartz disintegrated in the impactor and produced less myon elementary particles than expected. It does not fit the basic theory of matter.

Science magazine editorial wishes you a happy summer! Science news will return in August.


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