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Mount Everest's melting glaciers expose bodies of long-lost climbers

What's more, "most climbers like to be left on the mountains if they died" there, Alan Arnette, a mountaineer told the BBC . The majority of bodies are believed to have remained buried under glaciers...

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Biggest T. rex Ever Discovered Was Covered in Battle Scars

Biggest T. rex Ever Discovered Was Covered in Battle Scars

As National Geographic reports, the skeleton is approximately 65% complete, giving paleontologists a good idea of the overall size of the animal when it was alive. "The only spirit that was on hand ...

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Pence calls for landing USA astronauts on moon in 5 years

Pence calls for landing USA astronauts on moon in 5 years

Since Apollo astronauts last walked on the moon in 1972, no country has made a serious attempt to send humans back to the lunar surface. "If commercial rockets are the only way to get American astro...

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NASA scraps all-women space walk for lack of suitable suits

NASA scraps all-women space walk for lack of suitable suits

Astronauts Christina Koch and Anne McClain were scheduled to set the record of first women-cast debut in space on March 29, responsible for battery replacement outside the International Space Statio...

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Aurora Borealis may be visible over Northern coasts tonight

Aurora Borealis may be visible over Northern coasts tonight

A spokesperson for the Met Office told i that the more north the area of Scotland someone is in, the higher their chance is of seeing the Northern lights. Visibility can partly come down to chance...

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NASA publishes images of the meteor no one saw

NASA publishes images of the meteor no one saw

NASA's Terra satellite caught sight of the fireball on December 18, 2018. It's the most powerful meteor to hit Earth since 2013, when the Chelyabinsk meteor struck in Russian Federation. The images...

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Solar storm could make Northern Lights visible in Cleveland area this weekend

Solar storm could make Northern Lights visible in Cleveland area this weekend

Scientists aren't sure exactly what time the CME will reach Earth. Other parts of the USA, including Chicago and Detroit, might not be able to watch northern lights in its full glory since they will...

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Watch two NASA astronauts make repairs outside the International Space Station live

Watch two NASA astronauts make repairs outside the International Space Station live

The batteries the duo are replacing soak up energy from the solar panels installed on the ISS. Two NASA astronauts completed a spacewalk Friday to replace aging batteries on the International Spac...

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Tyrannosaurus rex found in Canada is world's biggest

Tyrannosaurus rex found in Canada is world's biggest

It turned out to be one of the most complete T-rex skeletons ever found - about 65 per cent intact. "There is considerable size variability among Tyrannosaurus . "By which I mean, it would have had t...

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Radioactive Medical Waste Management Market Overview 2019- SRCL, American Waste Management Services

Radioactive Medical Waste Management Market Overview 2019- SRCL, American Waste Management Services

The critical data offered in the global Metal Waste and Recycling market report provide early signals related to the upcoming opportunities and threats linked to the current business. Chapter 13...

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Northern Lights may be visible from southeast Wisconsin this weekend

Northern Lights may be visible from southeast Wisconsin this weekend

The bright dancing lights of the aurora are actually collisions between electrically charged particles from the sun that enter the earth's atmosphere. Seeing the lights from Indianapolis could be ha...

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Diarrhoea kills more children in war zones than war itself

Diarrhoea kills more children in war zones than war itself

World Water Day is observed every year on 22 March with the aim of increasing awareness among people about the significance, need & conservation of water. Of those who use unsafe water, some 80 percen...

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State Of Emergency Declared In Missouri As Floods Force Evacuations

State Of Emergency Declared In Missouri As Floods Force Evacuations

Forecasters said the biggest risks include all three Mississippi River basins, the Red River of the North, the Great Lakes, plus the basins of the eastern Missouri River, lower Ohio River, lower Cumbe...

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Red Bull Wingsuit Stunt Lights Up Downtown Night Sky

Red Bull Wingsuit Stunt Lights Up Downtown Night Sky

Others wondered if they were observing an imminent meteoric impact. A fiery flash in the Los Angeles sky caused residents to fear that a meteor had landed in the city on Wednesday night - but the ...

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United States government failed to consider climate impacts of oil, gas: judge

United States government failed to consider climate impacts of oil, gas: judge

District Court for the District of Columbia. The ruling coincides with an aggressive push by President Donald Trump's administration to open more public lands to energy development. The EAs al...

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We all have a 'hidden compass' in our brains

We all have a 'hidden compass' in our brains

Two simple rotations of the magnetic field appeared to trigger the response-movements comparable to a person nodding their head up or down, or turning it from left to right. Their study is being publ...

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Bennu discovery space scientist’s ‘BIGGEST surprise — NASA asteroid SHOCK

Bennu discovery space scientist’s ‘BIGGEST surprise — NASA asteroid SHOCK

It turns out that Bennu's spin is speeding up at a rate of roughly one second every 100 years . The discovery of plumes is one of the biggest surprises of my scientific career . 'We study asteroid...

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A woman wins 'Nobel Prize for maths' for the first time

A woman wins 'Nobel Prize for maths' for the first time

She is also a role model and a strong advocate for gender equality in science and mathematics . "Uhlenbeck's research has led to revolutionary advances at the intersection of mathematics and physic...

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Spacecraft makes 'unexpected' discoveries about asteroid Bennu

Spacecraft makes 'unexpected' discoveries about asteroid Bennu

This has important implications for the origin of water on Earth, most of which is thought to have been delivered to our planet via asteroids and distant comets. "Thanks to the parallel missions of H...

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FNQ faces heavy rain as Cyclone Trevor gathers pace - Local

FNQ faces heavy rain as Cyclone Trevor gathers pace - Local

At 8:25 a.m. EDT (1225 UTC) on March 18, the MODIS or Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer instrument aboard NASA's Terra satellite looked at Tropical Cyclone Trevor in infrared light as it m...

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Super worm moon: Final supermoon of 2019 arrives with spring

Super worm moon: Final supermoon of 2019 arrives with spring

The final supermoon of the year is coming this week and it's happening just a short time after the official start of spring. The "Super Worm Moon" will take place on Wednesday, March 20 at 9:43 p....

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'Super Worm Moon' rises on first day of Spring

'Super Worm Moon' rises on first day of Spring

Wednesday's supermoon will appear just a few hours after the Vernal Equinox , which signals the changing of the seasons around the world: The transition of winter to spring in the Northern Hemisp...

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United States detects meteor explosion 10 times the energy as atomic bomb

United States detects meteor explosion 10 times the energy as atomic bomb

The meteor broke up in the upper atmosphere over the Bering Sea, off Russia's Kamchatka Peninsula, releasing energy equivalent to ten times the atomic bomb detonated at Hiroshima in 1945. The real dan...

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Students strike for climate action at Davis Bay Pier

Students strike for climate action at Davis Bay Pier

The strikes began after 16-year-old Greta Thunberg demonstrated in front of the Sweden Parliament every Friday last year. Thunberg says more than a million students took place across the globe on ...

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EPA bans consumer use of deadly paint stripper

EPA bans consumer use of deadly paint stripper

Alexandra Dunn, assistant administrator of EPA's Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention, said the agency has determined that methylene chloride - a controversial product that major home-im...

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Dead whale found with 40 kilograms of plastic bags in its stomach

Dead whale found with 40 kilograms of plastic bags in its stomach

Marine biologists and volunteers from the D'Bone Collector Museum in Davao city, Mindanao, were shocked to discover the brutal cause of death of the young Cuvier beaked whale, which washed ashore on S...

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Delta 4 rocket's launch timeline with WGS 10

Delta 4 rocket's launch timeline with WGS 10

When in space, WGS-10 will join nine other spacecraft in the Wideband Global SATCOM constellation, all of which are created to provide communications for military personnel, the US State Department, t...

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Schools celebrate Red Nose Day

Schools celebrate Red Nose Day

The Comic Relief appeal will feature an all-star lineup seeking to raise money for vulnerable children in the United Kingdom and around the world. Fellow pupil Tomos said: "The plastic noses are o...

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Soyuz Spacecraft Docks at International Space Station

Soyuz Spacecraft Docks at International Space Station

Speaking at a news conference in Baikonur, Ovchinin said a small fault had been discovered in their Soyuz-FG launch vehicle on Tuesday, but had been fixed. This, five months after the failed launch th...

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New crew launching to space station on Thursday

New crew launching to space station on Thursday

In December 2018, another crew consisting of the Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko, Canadian David Saint-Jacques and NASA's Anne McClain was successfully sent into orbit in the first manned space fligh...

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Here's why this Swedish schoolgirl is nominated for Nobel peace prize

Here's why this Swedish schoolgirl is nominated for Nobel peace prize

Freddy Andre Oevstegaard and two other members of the Socialist Left Party said they believe "the massive movement Greta has set in motion is a very important peace contribution". Her strikes inspired...

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NASA release LAST BREATHTAKING image from dead Mars rover Opportunity

NASA release LAST BREATHTAKING image from dead Mars rover Opportunity

You can view the finer details of the huge panorama at NASA's JPL website . " This final panorama embodies what made our Opportunity rover such a remarkable mission of exploration and discovery ", ...

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Scientists 'reverse time' with quantum computers in breakthrough study

In the report, the scientists also determined the "probability that an electron in empty interstellar space will randomly travel back into its recent past", Phys.org noted. It may not quite be the Tar...

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New Zealand PM Ardern backs students striking for climate action

New Zealand PM Ardern backs students striking for climate action

According to the climate strike's webpage, Thunberg began what was originally called the #FridaysForFuture movement in August 2018, though the movement has also adopted different titles since its in...

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Viral 'Trashtag Challenge' Makes Garbage Clean Up Trendy

Viral 'Trashtag Challenge' Makes Garbage Clean Up Trendy

Thankfully, this one is not asking anyone to do anything unsafe or stupid, like last year's Bird Box Challenge . r/Detrashed is one such community where you can find the pictures of #trashtag cha...

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