Some most popular science news of this week

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If you missed, here are some of the most popular news of Scien-Tech News of this week. We hope you people like this.

1. Study provides new insight into why galaxies stop forming stars
  Galaxy clusters are rare regions of the universe consisting of hundreds of galaxies containing trillions of stars, as well as hot gas and dark matter. It has long been known that when a galaxy falls into a cluster, star formation is fairly rapidly shut off in a process known as "quenching." What actually causes the stars to quench, however, is a mystery, despite several plausible explanations having been proposed by astronomers. Read Full Story..

2. Mars likely to have enough Oxygen underneath its surface to support life
     A team of scientists at Caltech and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), has calculated that water exists on Mars could contain more Oxygen than previously thought possible in specific conditions. According to the study, the levels of oxygen could even theoretically exceed the threshold required to endorse a simple aerobic life. Read Full Story..

3. Self-assembling silicone-based polymers
     Scientists at Tokyo Institute of Technology, RIKEN and Tohoku University have developed a silicone polymer chain that can self-assemble into a 3-D periodic structure. They achieved this by using their recently reported self-assembling triptycene molecules to modify the ends of the polymer chains. Read Full Story..

4. The Pirate of the Southern Skies
    FORS2, an instrument mounted on ESO’s Very Large Telescope, has observed the active star-forming region NGC 2467 — sometimes referred to as the Skull and Crossbones Nebula. The image was captured as part of the ESO Cosmic Gems Programme, which makes use of rare occasions when observing conditions are not suitable for gathering scientific data. Instead of sitting idle, the ESO Cosmic Gems Programme allows ESO’s telescopes to be used to capture visually stunning images of the southern skies. Read Full Story..

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