Posts Tagged ‘vessel’

Sea levels rose in bursts during past global warming

“What these fossil reefs show is that the last time Earth warmed like it is today, sea level did not rise steadily…”

First potential nuclear waste discovered at Fukushima plant

A remotely-controlled underwater robot investigating has captured what appears to be the first images of melted nuclear fuel debris inside a reactor at the Fukushima power plant in Japan – a discovery that some are hailing as “a potential milestone” in the clean-up efforts there. The plant was severely damaged by a tsunami in 2011 […]

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Hemolymph circulation in insect flight appendages: physiology of the wing heart and circulatory flow in the wings of the mosquito, Anopheles gambiae [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Ravi Theja V. Chintapalli and Julian F. HillyerThe wings of insects are composed of membranes supported by interconnected veins. Within these veins are epithelial cells, nerves and tracheae, and their maintenance requires the flow of hemolymph. For thi…

NASA Is Putting SpaceX’s Crewed Dragon Through The Wringer

In a spacecraft that’s built to carry humans, the “pressure vessel” is the part of the structure the astronauts inhabit on their way to the International Space Station. The pressure vessel keeps air in and the vacuum of space out, and maintains a press…

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