An archaeological excavation in Jerusalem begun 125 years ago has wrapped up with the discovery of an elaborate, Roman-era street connecting two religious destinations that was likely built by Pontius Pilate. The find suggests the Roman governor spent more time building public works than thought.

An archaeological excavation in Jerusalem begun 125 years ago has wrapped up with the discovery of an elaborate, Roman-era street

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There are a lot functions in iOS and MacOS which go unnoticed and some of the time they pop up as ‘Did you know?’ or ‘Today I learned!’ posts. So here’s the official Apple Support channel describing most of those ‘tricks’. Some might find it useful.

There are a lot functions in iOS and MacOS which go unnoticed and some of the time they pop up

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Astronomers find “super spiral” galaxies (with 10-20 times as much visible matter as the Milky Way) whip around their stars at up to 1.25 million mph. That’s much faster than expected, suggesting super spirals have an even higher ratio of dark matter to normal matter than most other galaxies.

Astronomers find “super spiral” galaxies (with 10-20 times as much visible matter as the Milky Way) whip around their stars

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