#126 「梨泰院クラス」のレジェンド、ついに全店閉店&カセットテープがいまどきエモい? etc.
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台本なし英会話レッスン
台本なし英会話レッスン
英語のそーた & Sean & Nate
147. 日本のハロウィンを外国人はどう思ってる?
アメリカ/イギリス/日本のハロウィンを比較!Seanのオタク話も炸裂☆ アルク連載記事『シーン別!超よく使うリアクションフレーズ』 ▶️ https://ej.alc.co.jp/entry/20201008-sota-reaction-02 【英語のそーた SNS】 ☆Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/eigonosota/ 毎日! 英会話フレーズ&猫レポ&旅レポ&カフェレポをストーリーから配信!熱いブログも読んで下さいね♪活動の近況もこちらから☆ ☆Twitter → https://mobile.twitter.com/wn7m32g6uj31k 英会話フレーズ紹介&解説を定期的に配信! 必ず口から出してアウトプットして下さいね♪ ☆YouTube → https://m.youtube.com/user/EiKaiGaiWa 楽しい英語学習コンテンツをモットーに動画をシェア!そーたの英語学習方法もご紹介! 旅レポ動画も配信予定です♪ 【SeanのSNS】 ★Instagram★ → https://instagram.com/seanbradley1986 英語でイギリスや日本の生活の事などを配信中♪ 【台本なし英会話レッスン SNS】 ☆Twitter → https://twitter.com/sota_nate ハッシュタグQ企画・お題受付・更新のお知らせ等はこちらから行なっています! リスナーの方とも交流してみて下さい♪ ☆Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/daihonnashi/ 毎回の番組に関する裏ネタ情報をNate先生が写真と動画で配信!
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レアジョブ英会話 Daily News Article Podcast
レアジョブ英会話 Daily News Article Podcast
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Earth May Be Responsible for Rust on Moon, Study Says
Researchers have discovered remnants of rust on the Moon and said that Earth may be responsible. In a study published in the journal Science Advances, the researchers found that the composition of the Moon’s poles is different from that of its other areas. Upon inspection of the poles, lead author Shuai Li found traces of the mineral hematite, commonly known as rust, on iron-rich lunar rocks. He found the discovery puzzling because the Moon lacks oxygen and water, which are needed to form rust. To confirm his findings, Li contacted scientists from NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). After reaching out to JPL scientists, the researchers hypothesized that rust on the Moon forms when oxygen from the Earth’s upper atmosphere is blown to the lunar surface by solar wind. According to Li, this explains why more hematite is present on the side of the moon that faces the Earth. Another speculation is that small quantities of water within the Moon’s craters might have helped in the formation of rust. When dust particles hit the Moon, water molecules are released and mixed with iron on the lunar surface, creating a rust-inducing chemical reaction. According to Vivian Sun, one of the researchers, the findings suggest that more complicated chemical processes are taking place in the solar system than previously known. She said that sending future missions to the Moon can help scientists understand some of the processes better.
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