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Fay downgraded to tropical depression after making landfall

Fay downgraded to tropical depression after making landfall

The bulk of the storm will move slowly through Eastern New York and Western New England before it pushes into Canada Saturday afternoon. Residents reported flooding at the * a href="https://newswi...

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United Nations chief: Clean energy future 'is vital

United Nations chief: Clean energy future 'is vital

Organizers say Thursday's summit is the year's largest global gathering on energy and climate as the countries of the ministers in attendance represent nearly 80 percent of global energy consumption a...

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Flood-weary Venice puts inflatable barriers to the test

Flood-weary Venice puts inflatable barriers to the test

Despite a delay of almost a decade, Venice Mayor Luigi Brugnaro took to Twitter to laud the anti-flooding system as "a huge achievement" and "the result of Italian ingenuity". On Friday, some of them ...

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Australian astronomers spotted something unusual in space and can't explain it

Australian astronomers spotted something unusual in space and can't explain it

Several of the ORCs ended up noticed in one image, so if they turned out to be supernova remnants or galactic planetary nebulas, that would recommend that these objects are way far more widespread t...

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Comet Neowise flies past Earth, giving spectacular show to those up early

Comet Neowise flies past Earth, giving spectacular show to those up early

Mr Smith tried to capture an image of the comet from Gibbs Hill Lighthouse in Southampton the night before but was foiled by cloud cover. Now the comet is headed our way, with the closest approach in ...

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Alarming prediction on global warming

Alarming prediction on global warming

According to WMO Secretary-General Petteri Taalas, the study indicates " the enormous challenge ahead in meeting the Paris Agreement on Climate Change target". However, the forecast models do not c...

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Scientists identify ‘gel-like’ substance Chinese rover found on the moon

Scientists identify ‘gel-like’ substance Chinese rover found on the moon

In his article, Gou Sheng and his colleagues analyzed data from the panoramic cameras of prevention of risks of the Yutu 2, as well as the infrared spectrometer visible from the rover and confirmed th...

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Rare Comet NEOWISE visible in July before disappearing for over 6000 years

Rare Comet NEOWISE visible in July before disappearing for over 6000 years

The new comet can be seen this weekend after sunset, just above the horizon in the northwest as it moves farther from the Sun. The comet was just discovered in March of 2020 by a NASA satellite ...

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Sixth tropical storm of the season forms

Sixth tropical storm of the season forms

Flash flood watches reach from Virginia to MA. The flash flood watch means conditions are favorable for rapid flooding to occur on streets and near streams and rivers. Up to 4 inches is possible. In...

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Road trip: NASA’s Curiosity rover sets off across surface of Mars

Road trip: NASA’s Curiosity rover sets off across surface of Mars

Sharing a picture of Mars' terrain, the official account of the Curiosity Rover tweeted the news on July 7 (Tuesday). The rover's automatic driving skills helps it to avoid large rocks or hard terra...

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Mysterious pink ice on Italian Alps sound alarm bells for climate change

This spring and summer have seen low snowfall and high atmospheric temperatures, Di Mauro said, adding: "This creates the flawless environment for the algae to grow". "Here we're trying to quantify th...

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Study shows ancient contact between Polynesian and South American peoples

Study shows ancient contact between Polynesian and South American peoples

The extent of potential contacts between the regions has been a hotly contested area for decades. "It was conclusive evidence that there was a single shared contact event". But what the examine coul...

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NHC: Tropical Storm Fay forms east of North Carolina

NHC: Tropical Storm Fay forms east of North Carolina

The potential Fay could be a subtropical system, which would have some of the features of a tropical storm, but not all of them. Fay's formation Thursday means it is the earliest sixth-named storm o...

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Boeing Plans New Starliner Test Flight After Spacecraft Gets 80 Changes

Boeing Plans New Starliner Test Flight After Spacecraft Gets 80 Changes

NASA announced today that its investigation into Boeing's Starliner program revealed 80 issues that need to be addressed . The premier space agency has added more safety recommendations for the Boein...

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Watch as Falcon 9 delivers Elon Musk's Starlink internet satellites into orbit

Watch as Falcon 9 delivers Elon Musk's Starlink internet satellites into orbit

Even if Starlink-9's two-day delay precludes that possibility, it's very likely that SpaceX will manage three launches this July after completing another three launches in June. Alongside its own sate...

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Tornado watch issued for Toronto, possible flooding

Tornado watch issued for Toronto, possible flooding

Authorities reported severe flood Jane St. and also Chalkfarm Dr., in which automobiles are allegedly bombarded and postponed. The warning for Lambton ended at around 5 p.m. The heat warning issued...

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Algae turns Italian Alps glacier pink prompting concerns over climate change

Algae turns Italian Alps glacier pink prompting concerns over climate change

Di Mauro says watermelon snow has been unusually common this year. There are pink glaciers mysteriously appearing on the Italian Alps . Scientists observed a phenomenon that causes glaciers to...

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ISS Astronauts Share Pictures Of NEOWISE Comet Captured From Space

ISS Astronauts Share Pictures Of NEOWISE Comet Captured From Space

I could not believe it: the comet was visible in my images, while it was very low above the horizon. The icy lump was quite weak in our skies at that point, and astronomers weren't sure that would c...

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Severe thunderstorm warnings, watches in effect

The warning is in effect for Châteauguay - La Prairie, Laval, Longueuil-Varennes and Montreal Island areas. The agency is urging people to get inside if they hear thunder. The agency warned Toronton...

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Tropical Storm Edouard becomes 5th named storm of Atlantic Hurricane Season

Tropical Storm Edouard becomes 5th named storm of Atlantic Hurricane Season

The estimated minimum central pressure is 1008 mb or 29.77 inches. Little significant changes in strength is expected before Tropical Storm Edouard is forecast to become post-tropical on Monday. If it...

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In Madagascar discovered a small ancestor of the dinosaurs

In Madagascar discovered a small ancestor of the dinosaurs

The name means tiny bug slayer. Along with a smaller size, K. kely and its archosaur fellows likely also evolved traits that are hallmarks of today's birds: new modes of bipedal movement, primit...

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July 05 Penumbral Lunar eclipse won’t be visible in Pakistan

July 05 Penumbral Lunar eclipse won’t be visible in Pakistan

The lunar eclipse will be visible in only 4 continents. Penumbral eclipse occurs when the Earth passes directly between the Moon and the Sun. If the clouds get in the way of your lunar eclip...

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NASA, SpaceX Get Green Light for Historic Crew Dragon Launch

NASA, SpaceX Get Green Light for Historic Crew Dragon Launch

The private company will attempt to launch two NASA astronauts from Kennedy Space Center - a first from the USA since the end of the Space Shuttle Program in 2011. Boeing's CST-100 Starliner capsule...

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Rocket Lab confirms loss of rocket this morning

Rocket Lab confirms loss of rocket this morning

The founder and chief executive of the company, Peter Beck took to Twitter to confirm the news. The loss comes after 11 consecutive successful Electron launches, including some with a relatively r...

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Judge Orders Dakota Access Pipeline Shut Down Pending Review

Judge Orders Dakota Access Pipeline Shut Down Pending Review

The order follows Judge Boasberg's March decision that the Corps was required to conduct a full environmental review of the Dakota Access Pipeline , almost three years after it began carrying oil. ...

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When and where to watch Live Stream of Lunar Eclipse in India

When and where to watch Live Stream of Lunar Eclipse in India

EDT) to 10:52 p.m. local time. The Lunar Eclipse was visible till 11.21 am (IST) today in many parts of the world. With a total eclipse, the moon passes through the middle of the darkest par...

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Tropical Storm Edouard could form in the Atlantic this week

Tropical Storm Edouard could form in the Atlantic this week

The disturbance has arisen in a broad area of lower atmospheric pressure, moisture and low wind shear relative to much of the Atlantic basin and has caught AccuWeather meteorologists' eyes in the pa...

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Rocket Lab rocket founder Peter Beck confirms loss of rocket

Rocket Lab rocket founder Peter Beck confirms loss of rocket

We lost the flight late into the mission. Talking to the media a few hours after the Electron rocket failed to reach orbit, Beck said it was a tough day for the company and its staff. Asked how si...

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A 1-year-old puppy 'ages' roughly 30 years

A 1-year-old puppy 'ages' roughly 30 years

Their work is based on a new concept in ageing research known as epigenetic clock, which analyses the chemical modifications to a person's or a species' DNA over a lifetime to determine their age. The...

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Global e-waste surges 21pc in five years: UN report #117833

Global e-waste surges 21pc in five years: UN report #117833

Jami Nash of the Electronic Cemetery provides a free collection service for company and household e-waste in Durban. It's not that countries don't have policies in place to fight e-waste - since 201...

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MS becomes final USA state to remove Confederate symbol from flag

MS becomes final USA state to remove Confederate symbol from flag

Among those in attendance was Robert Clark, who is 1968 became the first African American elected to the Mississippi Legislature since Reconstruction and served two terms as speaker pro-tem of the Hou...

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Penumbral lunar eclipse to coincide with July 4th fireworks

Penumbral lunar eclipse to coincide with July 4th fireworks

And lastly, during a penumbral lunar eclipse , the Moon moves through the outer part of the Earth's weakest shadow called Penumbra, thus becoming very faint. There are three types of lunar eclipse ...

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Inovio’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate shows promise in small early-stage trial

Inovio’s COVID-19 vaccine candidate shows promise in small early-stage trial

A COVID-19 vaccine developed by German biotech firm BioNTech and USA pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has shown potential and was found to be well tolerated in early-stage human trials, the companies sai...

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Ancient underwater Aboriginal archaeological sites discovered in

Ancient underwater Aboriginal archaeological sites discovered in "find of a lifetime"

Numerous artifacts had marine life growing on them, but the team were able to identify a number of worked stone tools, including two possible grinding stones. That land would have been owned and lived...

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House Climate Committee's Report Shows Ethanol Reduces Greenhouse Gas Emissions

House Climate Committee's Report Shows Ethanol Reduces Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Macchiarola, said. Similarly to the Green New Deal , it calls for regulations on everything from infrastructure to updated building codes to increase energy efficiency. Arkush said the group is "also...

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