September 23, 2023


Epicurean Science & Tech

Science news this week: A quasi-moon and a lonely spy whale

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Space is as wide as it is mysterious, so possibly it’s not shocking that we have missed alien star process particles floating around in our planet’s orbit, but what about a “quasi-moon” that has been circling Earth because 100 B.C.? How did that slip by the net? Maybe we had been much too occupied hunting for aliens saying good day.

Back again on terra firma, archaeologists in South Africa located 153,000-yr-previous footprints that are the oldest Homo sapiens tracks on history — a discovery that still left the team who uncovered them “pleasantly astonished.” Yet another pleasantly astonishing uncover was the collection of 2,700-yr-previous petroglyphs depicting persons, ships and animals discovered in Sweden.

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