golden week of TESS This Monday, the TESS satellite has also identified a solar system with three unusual exoplanets. The finding, published in Nature Astronomy and in which IAC researchers have also participated, includes a rocky super-earth and two gaseous sub-neptunes in the vicinity of TOI-270, a red dwarf star located just 73 light-years from Earth. “The interesting thing is that none of this type of exoplanets exists in our solar system, so studying them could help us find the ‘missing link’ in the evolution of the planets,” says Pallé, one of the authors of the article. All these discoveries also coincide with the first year of operation of the TESS mission. To review achievements and determine possible improvements, this week the first TESS

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Scientific Conference, bringing together the Moldova Email List mission’s leading experts, is held in Cambridge, Massachusetts.In a new study published in the prestigious journal Nature Communications, it is shown that a third of Europe’s seagrass area disappeared during the 70s and 80s of the 20th century. However, since the 1990s, loss rates have been reduced and seagrass beds have even recovered in some areas, possibly due to the European Union’s environmental management actions to improve water quality, as well as by regional or local initiatives, in the case of Spain. This international study has been led by Carmen B. de los Santos from the Centro de Ciencias do Mar (Portugal) in collaboration with the University of Cádiz (UCA) and researchers from

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the Campus of International Global Excellence of the Sea (CEI · Mar) , the Council Superior of Scientific Investigations (CSIC), Universitat de Barcelona, ​​Universitat d’Alacant, Spanish Institute of Oceanography (IEO), as well as other European universities and research organizations. To carry out the research, data dating back to 1869 has been accessed and new ones have been compiled on plant density, covering 737 locations along the coasts of 25 European countries. Carmen de los Santos, a researcher at the Centro de Ciências do Mar (CCMAR) and a doctorate from the University of Cádiz, explains that the main causes that caused the loss of this natural resource were the degradation of water quality due to the increase in levels of

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