Earth’s underwater snow reveals new clues to Europa, Jupiter’s frozen moon

The Galilean satellite’s ice crust may partly consist of underwater snow that floats up instead of falling. Illustration of the frozen surface of Europa and one of its geysers / NASA The frozen crust of Europa, one of Jupiter’s largest moons, may consist partly of underwater snow that floats rather than falls. This is suggested …

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LibreOffice 7.4 improves compatibility with Microsoft Office documents

What better way to end the week than to talk about LibreOffice, the well-known free office suite! OK, I can easily see two or three million nicer things to do on a Friday evening, but let’s not spoil our pleasure, especially since version 7.4 has recently been released. It brings in its luggage improved interoperability …

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The Outlast Trials finally back on Gamescom’s Opening Night Live | Xbox One

Presented last year, The Outlast Trials has been more than discreet since 2021, but it seems that the next title from Red Barrels is finally giving its news next Tuesday at Gamescom. Geoff Keighley teases The Outlast Trials presentation next Tuesday You might have thought Geoff Keighley was done with presentation announcements during Gamescom’s Opening …

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WAFU/ A – U15: Senegal wins against Sierra Leone and seduces

It is a very good performance delivered by the men’s national football team under 15, who mastered Sierra Leone from start to finish (3-1). Mody Sy paved the way before Diambars resident Souleymane Diop completed the success of the Lions. With a very confident and brilliant Souleymane Diop, an attractive game, the Cubs dominated Sierra …

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Alex Honnold breaks new record by leading the ascent of Ingmikortilaq

The climbing terrain of Ingmikortilaq was much more difficult and dangerous than the climbers had anticipated. The rock, a 3-million-year-old gneiss, was constantly shedding due to weathering as well as the freeze-thaw cycle in this extreme Arctic region. Honnold and Findlay deftly maneuvered around multi-ton shards of rock that held loosely to the cliff. Many …

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