Video: The only thing cooler than a being an astronaut who gets to explore nearby worlds would be to one day land on a planet completely made of delicious chocolate. It hasn't happened yet, but students at Johns Hopkins University put melted and solid chocolate under a powerful electron microscope, and it's remarkable how much it looks like the surface of an alien planet at 500 times magnification.
Chocolate Looks Like A Delicious Alien World Under A Powerful Microscope
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At a meeting in Canada in July 2018, espionage chiefs from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the U.K. and the U.S.—all signatories to a treaty on signals intelligence, and often referred to as the “Five Eyes”—agreed to do their best to contain the global growth of Chinese telecom Huawei, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, citing a prior report from the Australian Financial Review.