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Electricity from waste heat thanks to a pyroelectric nanogenerator

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Taking advantage of the triboelectric effect, Professor Zhong Lin Wang and his team at Georgia Tech are harvesting wasted power with nanogenerators that capture mechanical #energy from sources ranging from walking to ocean waves. The #technology is also used in a new type of self-powered sensor capable of detecting very minute vibrations. [VIDEO] #physics

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Nanogenerator Recharges Devices With a Jostle, Swipe, or Tap - Businessweek

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Need to heat your planet? Install some dinosaurs. The biggest plant-eating dinosaurs pumped out huge amounts of greenhouse gas, helping to keep Earth toasty warm, according to new calculations.

Three major and many minor craters in Acidalia Planitia on Mars

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An impressive river valley in Acidalia Planitia

Dragon approaching Space Station

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Milky Way rings like a bell, researchers say

A rare carbon star surrounded by a gas shell ejected about 800 years ago

The Tycho supernova remnant is the result of a Type Ia supernova explosion. The explosion was observed by Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe in 1572. More than 400 years later, the ejecta from that explosion has expanded to fill a bubble 55 light-years across. In this image, low-energy X-rays (red) show expanding debris from the supernova explosion and high energy X-rays (blue) show the blast wave - a shell of extremely energetic electrons.

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