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Oceans reached record temperatures again in 2019

Oceans reached record temperatures again in 2019

While the past decade has been the warmest on record for global ocean temperatures, the hottest five years ever recorded all came in the last five. More specifically, the study says 2019 average o...

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NASA discovered a planet like Earth, life is possible here

NASA discovered a planet like Earth, life is possible here

The summer was the first time Cukier worked with Nasa's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite , known as TESS , he said . The TOI 1338 system lies 1,300 light-years away in the constellation Pict...

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Scientists develop world`s first living robots using stem cells from frogs

Scientists develop world`s first living robots using stem cells from frogs

Scientists have created the world's first residing, self-therapeutic robots utilizing stem cells from frogs. When the xenobots moved, the researchers were able to see how their unique structures...

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‘Sorry’ Australian PM Scott Morrison: I could have handled fires crisis better

‘Sorry’ Australian PM Scott Morrison: I could have handled fires crisis better

Here are key events in the crisis: * Since October, thousands of Australians have been subjected to repeat evacuations as huge and unpredictable fires scorched more than 10.3 million hectares (25.5 ...

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Oldest material on Earth found inside meteorite that hit Australia

Oldest material on Earth found inside meteorite that hit Australia

Heck notes that there are lifetimes' worth of questions left to answer about presolar grains and the early Solar System. Some of those presolar materials-microscopic grains that formed before the su...

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Scientists identify oldest material on Earth in meteorite

Scientists identify oldest material on Earth in meteorite

They are from silicon carbide , the first mineral formed when a star cools. The Murchison meteorite was discovered on September 28, 1969 in Murchison, about 160 kilometres north of Melbourne. "We...

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Australian firelighter dies battling blazes, raising death toll to 28

Australian firelighter dies battling blazes, raising death toll to 28

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Sunday acknowledged that his government had made mistakes in handling the destructive bushfires sweeping the country and for which he has received heavy c...

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New Coronavirus Responsible for Wuhan Pneumonia, CCTV Says

New Coronavirus Responsible for Wuhan Pneumonia, CCTV Says

While the United Nations health agency said it needed more comprehensive information to confirm precisely the cause of the infections, it said a new coronavirus was a possibility. Marion Koopmans, D...

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Richland woman among first to graduate new NASA program

Richland woman among first to graduate new NASA program

Indian-American US Air Force Colonel Raja John Voorputur Chari is among 11 new NASA graduates who have successfully completed two-year Basic Astronaut training and prepare to be part of the Space Ag...

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Trump Administration Introduces New Rule Reducing Duration of Environmental Impact Studies

Trump Administration Introduces New Rule Reducing Duration of Environmental Impact Studies

CEQ has not comprehensively updated these regulations in over 40 years, and has made only one limited substantive amendment in 1986, according to the fact sheet. "On New Year's Day, President Trump ...

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Patrick Stewart Reveals How Logan Brought Him Back to Star Trek

Patrick Stewart Reveals How Logan Brought Him Back to Star Trek

Nothing is really certain. In a way, the world of Next Generation He had been too ideal and too protected. It was a safe world of respect, communication, care and sometimes fun. Hugh Culber (Wilson ...

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A Freshwater Giant Is Now Extinct

A Freshwater Giant Is Now Extinct

Fish expert Zeb Hogan told National Geographic Wednesday that there is "no hope of recovery" for the paddlefish, and the "definitive loss of a very unique and extraordinary animal" is "very sad". ...

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Mars losing water faster than expected

Nowadays, Mars is largely dry and the water on the planet has become largely frozen glacial layers. On Mars, the gradual disappearance of water happens when sunlight turns water molecules into the hyd...

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A 17-year-old NASA intern just discovered a brand new planet

A 17-year-old NASA intern just discovered a brand new planet

Wolf Cukier, 17, went from intern to exoplanet hero at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, after discovering a new circumbinary planet dubbed "TOI 1338-b" while observing a ...

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Boeing Delivers World's Most Powerful Rocket's Core Stage to NASA

Boeing Delivers World's Most Powerful Rocket's Core Stage to NASA

As part of the process to become astronauts, the candidates trained in robotics; systems used aboard the space station; exercises that simulate spacewalking; flying T-38 jets; and learning the Russian...

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Adorable Cuttlefish with 3D Glasses Helps Researchers Evaluate How The Fish See

Adorable Cuttlefish with 3D Glasses Helps Researchers Evaluate How The Fish See

When we focus our eyes, the shape of the lens changes. We know that some squids have bumps on their retinas that allow them to judge distance based on how quickly objects slip in and out of focus,...

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NASA’s SOFIA Airborne Observatory Reveals Details About Swan Nebula

NASA’s SOFIA Airborne Observatory Reveals Details About Swan Nebula

Now, NASA's airborne telescope, SOFIA has captured a new image that will allow scientists to " chronicle the history and evolution " of the nebula. Founded in 1969, under the auspices of the Natio...

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Greta Thunberg responds after Meat Loaf says she's 'brainwashed'

Greta Thunberg responds after Meat Loaf says she's 'brainwashed'

With great notoriety comes criticism too. Throughout the celebrity storm, Thunberg has been a class act and she showed Meat Loaf the same treatment. Greta must work on her Anger Management prob...

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Colossal wave of star-forming gases found in Melkweg

Colossal wave of star-forming gases found in Melkweg

The gaseous structure, which contains more mass than 3 m of suns, runs directly behind our solar system seen from the heart of the galaxy , but has escaped observation so far. This study was supporte...

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Penumbral lunar eclipse on January 10

Penumbral lunar eclipse on January 10

A STUNNING Full Wolf Moon will rise this week to usher in the year 2020 - but when is the next Full Moon and what is the meaning behind the Wolf Moon's unusual name? Here's everything you ...

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NASA astronaut shares beautiful image of 2020’s first meteor shower

NASA astronaut shares beautiful image of 2020’s first meteor shower

These will be the second and third spacewalks for Meir and the fifth and sixth spacewalks for Koch. That mission, on October 18, 2019, was to replace a newly installed battery unit that had failed. "T...

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Cyclone developing off WA coast

Cyclone developing off WA coast

The gales might extend west to Point Stuart and inland to Jabiru and Gunbalanya on Friday if the cyclone continues southwest. "People in or near communities between Kuri Bay to De Grey, including Br...

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Impossible Foods Introduces Meatless Pork and Sausage Products at CES 2020

Impossible Foods Introduces Meatless Pork and Sausage Products at CES 2020

It was nearly like actual pork, but felt about 90 percent "real". The company tweaked the ingredients to mimic pork's springy texture and mild flavor. As the Associated Press reports , in addition ...

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Mysterious gravitational wave sent across space baffles scientists; what caused it?

Mysterious gravitational wave sent across space baffles scientists; what caused it?

The first binary neutron star collision event was detected in August 2017, and it provided a glorious abundance of data across a range of observation media - what is known as multi-messenger astrono...

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NASA planet hunter finds Earth-sized world in 'Goldilocks zone'

NASA planet hunter finds Earth-sized world in 'Goldilocks zone'

As a result, the planets receive significantly more heat than Earth receives from the Sun and are too hot for liquid water to exist on the surface. A year later, they discovered that seven planets a...

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Australia fires: Agency responsible for emergency management shuts over smoke

Australia fires: Agency responsible for emergency management shuts over smoke

The Department of Home Affairs told non-essential staff to stay away from its Canberra headquarters, while the Department of Health told staff not to work out of one of its locations. On Sunday, Pri...

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Wolf Moon Eclipse on 10 January 2020

Wolf Moon Eclipse on 10 January 2020

As mentioned, the eclipse will be visible in India, and countries across Asia, Africa, and Europe will be able to see the lunar eclipse as well. As mentioned, the penumbral lunar eclipse of Januar...

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SpaceX test-fires rocket ahead of launch of third batch of Starlink satellites

SpaceX test-fires rocket ahead of launch of third batch of Starlink satellites

This batch of satellites will join more than 100 others that SpaceX deployed past year. In easy phrases, the corporate's ambitions have by no means been larger and wherever from 36 to 38 orbital lau...

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Aliens exist, may already be on Earth: British astronaut

Aliens exist, may already be on Earth: British astronaut

Former British astronaut Helen Sharman has told a magazine that "aliens exist" while asserting that "we simply can't see them". In the interview she also highlighted how she is often referred to a...

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United States holiday returns surge with booming e-commerce

United States holiday returns surge with booming e-commerce

USA shoppers return more packages than their peers around the globe, spurred by free shipping on orders and returns - costly perks that squeeze retailer profits. But returns are creating new opportuni...

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Doctors On Earth Remotely Treat ISS Astronaut's Blood Clot In Space

Doctors On Earth Remotely Treat ISS Astronaut's Blood Clot In Space

The study involved nine men and two women with an average age of 46. "These new findings demonstrate that the human body still surprises us in space", said lead author Serena Auñón-Chancellor, a cl...

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There May Be Active Volcanoes on Venus: New Evidence

If this is true, it would mark the first time scientists have observed an active volcano on another planet. Research leader Justin Filiberto sees enough reasons to start a mission to Venus. Olivine ...

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City of Sheboygan Announces Christmas Tree Pickup

City of Sheboygan Announces Christmas Tree Pickup

Depending on weather conditions and crew availability, the trees will be collected prior to February 7, 2020. WITH the Christmas season complete for another year, most people will be taking down the...

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Tennessee scores 2 late TDs to beat IN in Gator Bowl

Tennessee scores 2 late TDs to beat IN in Gator Bowl

The Volunteers held IN to 69 yards offensively and forced an interception by Shawn Shamburger. All of them saw a fantastic, comeback finish on Thursday night, but a tribe of SEC fans made one of the m...

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Two Suspects Arrested After Starbucks Laptop Theft Leads to Man's Death

Two Suspects Arrested After Starbucks Laptop Theft Leads to Man's Death

The victim, who was in his 30s, was working on his laptop at the coffee chain in Oakland, California , when one or more thieves snatched it, ran and drove off in a nearby auto, authorities with the ...

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