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Trump Slams NASA: Focus on Mars, Not Moon

Trump Slams NASA: Focus on Mars, Not Moon

On 13 May Trump said in a tweet: "We are going back to the moon", while in March Nasa administrator Jim Bridenstine, who was appointed by Trump, announced plans to send U.S. "It marks a first step...

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You can see Jupiter's moons with nothing but binoculars this month

You can see Jupiter's moons with nothing but binoculars this month

It was Jupiter. The massive gas giant planet is showing off for us Earthlings this month. "The solar system's largest planet is a brilliant jewel to the naked eye, but looks fantastic through binocu...

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Biden’s new climate change plan copied passages from other sources

Biden’s new climate change plan copied passages from other sources

He finished the day by speaking to a local of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers in Concord, trying to sell them on the merits of his plan. "Oil, coal, and gas (development) on Americ...

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Dinosaur bones shimmering with opal reveal a new species

Dinosaur bones shimmering with opal reveal a new species

And because paleontologists at the Australian Museum in Sydney had asked the public to turn over any dinosaur bones they found, Foster packed the fossils into two suitcases and traveled to the sta...

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Watching disturbance in southern Gulf for organized circulation

Watching disturbance in southern Gulf for organized circulation

It has not gotten any more organized since Saturday, forecasters said, but it still had a 60 percent chance of becoming a tropical depression or storm over the next 48 hours. It's a good reminder the ...

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Elon Musk reveals Cuphead is coming to Tesla

Elon Musk reveals Cuphead is coming to Tesla

Tesla founder Elon Musk confirmed this in an interview with the Ride the Lightning podcast . Cuphead will be playable in Tesla Model 3 , Model S , and Model X . Max Warburton, author of t...

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Black Hole Created In Lab Confirms Stephen Hawking's Prediction

In one of the atoms moving with subsonic, the other supersonic speed. So far, astronomers have obviously not been able to get close enough to a black hole in order to prove this or disprove the th...

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Queensland approves Adani's black-throated finch plan

Queensland approves Adani's black-throated finch plan

He said Adani modified its finch management plan to incorporate departmental demands, even though it didn't think some of them were really necessary to protect the species. She conceded Queenslanders ...

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Curiosity strikes clay in new samples, further proving Mars' watery past

Curiosity strikes clay in new samples, further proving Mars' watery past

A mineralogy instrument on the rover called CheMin analyzed these rock samples, finding high levels of clay minerals and very small amounts of hematite. The confirmed presence of large amounts of clay...

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Philippines sends illegally dumped rubbish back to Canada

Philippines sends illegally dumped rubbish back to Canada

The Philippines has started returning dozens of shipping containers full of trash to Canada after a long-running row over waste exports that has tested diplomatic ties amid threats from firebrand ...

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LEGO Announce New NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander Set

LEGO Announce New NASA Apollo 11 Lunar Lander Set

On May 31, at 1 p.m. EST, NASA will announce the selected companies during its NASA Science Live program broadcast, Space.com reported . The latest moon initiative of the NASA was the Artemis n...

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‘Forbidden’ planet discovered in Neptunian Desert

‘Forbidden’ planet discovered in Neptunian Desert

Astronomers have used a desert-based observatory to identify an exoplanet that falls in the middle of what scientists had dubbed the Neptunian Desert . Searches from the ground can usually pick up ...

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Russian Rocket Struck By Lightning Mid Takeoff

On May 27 at 9:23 a.m. Moscow time, the Soyuz-2-1b rocket lifted off from launching Pad 4, Site 43 into rainy skies over the Plesetsk Cosmodrome spaceport in northern Russian Federation. "The on-board...

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Sydney water restrictions in effect from 1 June as drought grips NSW

Sydney water restrictions in effect from 1 June as drought grips NSW

Water Minister Melinda Pavey on Tuesday announced that level one restrictions would be imposed across Greater Sydney for the first time in nearly a decade, starting from Saturday. Under the restrictio...

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Severe Threat Increasing For Wednesday

Severe Threat Increasing For Wednesday

Low pressure tracks out from the west slinging showers and thunderstorms over the region by early Memorial Day and this could run for most of the day. Tonight: Partly Cloudy, Isolated Showers. Part...

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Malaysia to return plastic waste to countries including UK

The displayed items included cables from the United Kingdom , contaminated milk cartons from Australia and compact discs from Bangladesh , as well as bales of electronic and household waste from t...

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Warm and a bit unsettled to start Memorial Day weekend

Monday's holiday could see the potential for strong to severe storms in the WSPY listening area. Temperatures will be cooling off behind that front, dropping into the mid and upper 50s by Tuesday morn...

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Rain, storms and the risk of severe weather return by midweek

Rain, storms and the risk of severe weather return by midweek

Expect partly cloudy skies today with a chance for scattered showers and storms this afternoon to early evening. We also could get some afternoon sun too with highs in the low-mid 80s. The location ...

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Severe thunderstorms possible for Memorial Day

Severe thunderstorms possible for Memorial Day

The high temperature will be in the low to mid 70s. Low pressure tracks out from the west slinging showers and thunderstorms over the region by early Memorial Day and this could run for most of the ...

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Mars 2020 Mission Drops In on Death Valley

Mars 2020 Mission Drops In on Death Valley

From this scientist hope new information about the formation of the planet and also the earth. Like tree rings, the layers of ice and sand provide a record of glacial events. " You can have all the r...

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NASA chooses Maxar for lunar platform project

NASA chooses Maxar for lunar platform project

This departure followed the rejection by lawmakers of NASA's proposal to create a separate directorate within the space agency in order to oversee future missions on the moon and eventually also devel...

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Near mile-wide asteroid with its own moon to pass by Earth

Near mile-wide asteroid with its own moon to pass by Earth

A huge double asteroid is streaking toward Earth, but scientists say it will pass by with plenty of room to spare. "In fact, there are almost 2,000 "PHA's" ( Potentially Hazardous Asteroids) that h...

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Hot, sunny Memorial Day weekend ahead for New Orleans

Hot, sunny Memorial Day weekend ahead for New Orleans

The forecast for the holiday weekend is not bad. In Flagstaff, highs are forecast in the low 60s until Monday , when it will drop to around 52. Phoenix hasn't seen highs in the 80s during Memori...

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Memorial Day Weekend Will Bring Big Change In Temperatures

Memorial Day Weekend Will Bring Big Change In Temperatures

The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch for Friday evening through Saturday morning for all of northern Illinois, Lake County, Indiana, and parts of southern Wisconsin and easter...

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Mysterious Spike in Ozone-Depleting Chemicals Likely Came From China

Mysterious Spike in Ozone-Depleting Chemicals Likely Came From China

Chlorofluorocarbon-11 was widely used in the 1970s and 1980s as a refrigerant and to make foam insulation. The 1987 Montreal Protocol banned CFCs and other industrial aerosols that chemically diss...

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Tiger sharks have a diet of land birds

Tiger sharks have a diet of land birds

During the land birds' prime migration period between August and November, the juvenile tiger sharks are coincidentally three times more abundant off the coasts of MS and Alabama.This easy scavengin...

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Send in your names to fly aboard the rover to Mars

Send in your names to fly aboard the rover to Mars

Human beings are yet to land on Mars but they'll soon to leave their mark on it after NASA offered the public an opportunity to send their names to the Red Planet. The 2,300 lb rover is created to sea...

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Rising sea levels could flood New York City within next century

Rising sea levels could flood New York City within next century

That's more than twice the highest estimate given by the International Panel on Climate Change ( IPCC ) in their bombshell 2013 report that said sea levels would rise by between 52 and 98 centimetre...

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Why Is PrepAway Considered to Be the Best Platform for Exam Dumps?

They are especially helpful forthose individuals who are preparing to sit for an IT certification test. Exam dumps can help you pass your Cisco, CompTIA, Microsoft exams in the field of Informatio...

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Greenpeace activists blockade BP headquarters

Greenpeace activists blockade BP headquarters

BP must clean up or clear out", Morozzo said. We're blockading BP's London offices because they're acting as if the #ClimateEmergency isn't happening. there is no place for companies like BP in ...

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The Weird Reason Tonight's Full Moon Is 'Blue'

The Weird Reason Tonight's Full Moon Is 'Blue'

However, another approach to define a blue moon is as the third full moon in a season with four full moons. Of course, this doesn't happen as often as two full moons in one month. "This full Mo...

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Deepest-ever sub dive finds plastic bag at 36000 ft deep

Deepest-ever sub dive finds plastic bag at 36000 ft deep

Titanic director James Cameron repeated the feat in 2012. His team said he set a new record for the deepest solo dive in history, venturing to depths of 35,853 feet. Victor Vescovo, a retired n...

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'Big Bang Theory' exits TV airwaves with emotional episode

'Big Bang Theory' exits TV airwaves with emotional episode

Sheldon gives an uncharacteristically heartfelt acceptance speech that, to fans who've been tuning in since the show's beginning, shows how much the character has grown out of his egotistical and self...

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SpaceX Delays Starlink Launch Again to Update Satellite Software

SpaceX has been forced to postpone its launch of the first 60 Starlink satellites . Billionaire Elon Musk's firm, which is leading the private space race when it comes to rocket launches, is now ...

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SpaceX To Launch 60 Starlink Satellites For Speedy Space Internet Service

SpaceX To Launch 60 Starlink Satellites For Speedy Space Internet Service

There is a lot of new technology, so it's possible that some of these satellites may not work. "I do believe we will be successful, but it is far from a sure thing". It could even set SpaceX up to b...

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