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Scientists discover 100 million-year-old sperm – Newshub

The world’s oldest sperm has been found encased in a piece of amber dug up in Myanmar.

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The world’s oldest sperm – 50 million years older than any other ever found – has been found encased in a piece of amber dug up in Myanmar.
The sperm and the reproductive organs it came in belonged to an ostracod that swam the world’s oceans 100 million years ago, when dinosaurs stalked the land.
The sperm was found in the reproductive tract of a female that had clearly just mated.
Ostracods, also known as seed shrimps, are a family of crustaceans that are still around today. Some of them – i…

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Another look at possible under-ice lakes on Mars: They’re still there – Ars Technica

It can be tough to spot water under an ice cap from orbit.

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In recent decades, we’ve become aware of lots of water on Earth that’s deep under ice. In some cases, we’ve watched this water nervously, as it’s deep underneath ice sheets, where it could lubricate the sheets’ slide into the sea. But we’ve also discovered lakes that have been trapped under ice near the poles, possibly for millions of years, raising the prospect that they could harbor ancient ecosystems.
Now, researchers are applying some of the same techniques…

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NASA Is Shooting Skincare Ads in Space – Highsnobiety

Estée Lauder is having a campaign for one of its products shot by NASA on the International Space Station. Find out how here.

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Estée Lauder is taking its new ad campaign to another planet. The cosmetics company has enlisted NASA to photograph one of its products for an otherworldly promo.
According to ABC News, Estée Lauder is doling out $17,500 an hour to have pictures and video of its Advanced Night Repair serum captured in space. The imagery taken in the most photographed spot on the International Space Station, the Cupola will then be used in a marketing campaign that is to be shared across social media.
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Sentinels of Ocean Acidification Impacts Survived Earth’s Last Mass Extinction – HeritageDaily

Two groups of tiny, delicate marine organisms, sea butterflies and sea angels, were found to be surprisingly resilient-having survived dramatic global climate change and Earth’s most recent mass extinction event 66 million years ago. – HeritageDaily – Archaeo…

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Two groups of tiny, delicate marine organisms, sea butterflies and sea angels, were found to be surprisingly resilient–having survived dramatic global climate change and Earth’s most recent mass extinction event 66 million years ago.
Sea butterflies and sea angels are pteropods, abundant, floating snails that spend their entire lives in the open ocean. A remarkable example of adaptation to life in the open ocean, these mesmerizing animals can have thin shells and a snail foot transformed into t…

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