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BioNTech to provide 50 million needles to extract more vaccine doses

BioNTech to provide 50 million needles to extract more vaccine doses

As of January 10, a reported 40,41,396 first doses of Moderna Covid-19 vaccine had been administered in the U.S., and reports of 1,266 adverse events after receipt of Moderna Covid-19 vaccine were sub...

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10 life-threatening reactions linked with Moderna COVID-19 vaccine — CDC

10 life-threatening reactions linked with Moderna COVID-19 vaccine — CDC

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its guidance on Thursday on the administration of the two coronavirus vaccines now approved for Emergency Use Authorization. Under an existin...

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Pfizer to supply 40M COVID-19 shots for poor countries

Pfizer to supply 40M COVID-19 shots for poor countries

Pfizer, which developed the vaccine with its German partner BioNTech, has reduced the volume of the vaccine it will deliver to European Union countries this week. "We will provide the vaccine to Covax...

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CDC: 10 life-threatening reactions linked with Moderna COVID-19 vaccine

CDC: 10 life-threatening reactions linked with Moderna COVID-19 vaccine

Pfizer announced Friday that it will provide up to 40 million of its Covid-19 vaccine doses to poorer countries on a non-profit basis, through the globally-pooled Covax facility. Most of the anaphyl...

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Canadian PM Trudeau ‘disappointed’ with Biden’s decision on first day

Canadian PM Trudeau ‘disappointed’ with Biden’s decision on first day

TC Energy Corp.is planning to eliminate more than 1,000 construction jobs related to its decision to halt work on its Keystone XL pipeline expansion project. The premier will have a likely ally in Al...

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AED urges Biden to reconsider Keystone XL decision

AED urges Biden to reconsider Keystone XL decision

In his first hours in office, President Biden has destroyed thousands of good-paying jobs , including many in Wisconsin, by halting the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Environmental activ...

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Too soon for Quebec to relax COVID-19 restrictions, says Legault

Too soon for Quebec to relax COVID-19 restrictions, says Legault

With fears of new variants increasing, such a move would reduce the chances of travellers spreading COVID-19, he said. The Canadian premiers are scheduled to participate in a regular conference call...

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Chinese probe completes moon sampling

Chinese probe completes moon sampling

It was China's most challenging lunar adventure to date and the world's first mission since 1976 aimed at bringing lunar samples back to Earth . Chang'e 5 has revived talk of China one day se...

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SLS: Nasa finds cause of 'megarocket' test shutdown

SLS: Nasa finds cause of 'megarocket' test shutdown

The SLS is the rocket that will launch the Artemis I mission to the Moon, and the "hot fire is the final test of the Green Run series ". Another issue that they have discovered was a "major compo...

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Ministers fear Storm Christoph could hit Covid vaccine rollout

Ministers fear Storm Christoph could hit Covid vaccine rollout

Parts of the United Kingdom experienced between 4cm-8cm (1.5in-3in) of snow to start the weekend, while forecasters warned of heavy rainfall next week.An amber weather alert for snow was in place for ...

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All We Know About Tom Cruise & Elon Musk's Space Movie

All We Know About Tom Cruise & Elon Musk's Space Movie

On Twitter, the NASA spokesperson expressed how important it is for the work the Space Station does to be known in order to inspire a new generation of people towards STEM careers that NASA invests ...

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NASA Test Fires the World's Largest Rocket Core Stage

NASA Test Fires the World's Largest Rocket Core Stage

The four-engine SLS core blazed to life on Saturday (Jan. 16) during a hot-fire test at NASA's Stennis Space Center in Mississippi. "This gimbaling test event that resulted in shutting down the CAPU...

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Elon Musk and Tom Cruise Want to Shoot a Movie in Space

Elon Musk and Tom Cruise Want to Shoot a Movie in Space

It will instead be an original action/adventure, and will mark the first time in cinematic history that a narrative film has been shot entirely in outer space. Reports from the site indicate that t...

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Groups ask court to restore protections for United States gray wolves

Groups ask court to restore protections for United States gray wolves

A lawsuit was filed against the Trump administration after they ruled to strip protections for gray wolves in the lower-48 states under the Endangered Species Act except for a small population of ...

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RIP: Mars digger bites the dust after 2 years on red planet

RIP: Mars digger bites the dust after 2 years on red planet

The Mole - also known as a drill, drill, and probe - was built by the German Space Center (DLR) and Published by NASA's InSight Lander . The mole, or heat probe, has vexed the team because of the R...

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NASA's Boeing moon rocket set for 'once-in-a-generation' ground test

NASA's Boeing moon rocket set for 'once-in-a-generation' ground test

The engine test, the last leg of NASA's almost year-long "Green Run " test campaign, was a vital step for the space agency and its top SLS contractor Boeing before a debut unmanned launch later this ...

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Was One of the Hottest Years on Record, Says World Meteorological Organisation

Was One of the Hottest Years on Record, Says World Meteorological Organisation

However, NASA said 2020 is now tied for the No. 1 spot along with 2016. The warmest ever years recorded are 2016, 2019 and 2020, the WMO stated. "The trend is concerning because the top 10 warmest y...

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Three astronauts dock at ISS within three hours of launch

It has become the first spacecraft in the world that made only two orbits around the Earth. Kate Rubins , the NASA astronaut , as well as Sergey Kud-Sverchkov and Sergey Ryzhikov , the cosmonauts c...

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United Nations climate agency says 2020 matched hottest year

United Nations climate agency says 2020 matched hottest year

The La Nina cool phase of the Pacific Ocean surface temperatures cycle "put a brake on the heat only at the very end of the year", the WMO said. It says the decade from 2011 to 2020 was the warmest ...

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SpaceX Bringing Space Aged Wine Back To Earth | NewsRadio KFBK

SpaceX Bringing Space Aged Wine Back To Earth | NewsRadio KFBK

Both projects are part of a series of space-related wine experiments known as Mission WISE. The 12 bottles were corked and carefully packaged in steel cylinders to avoid breakage. Researchers ar...

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How will SARS-CoV-2 severity change in the next decade?

How will SARS-CoV-2 severity change in the next decade?

The Consortium will bring together leading virologists from ten research institutions including the University of Bristol. The results suggest mosaic nanoparticles as a candidate vaccine to protect ag...

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"Doc" Antle from Tiger King indicted on animal cruelty charges

He is facing a total of 15 charges, both felony, and misdemeanor. The Myrtle Beach Safari park has not made any official statement on the charges. Antle's daughters were also charged alongside him...

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Jacksonville Jaguars Hire Urban Meyer

Jacksonville Jaguars Hire Urban Meyer

I've analyzed this decision from every angle - the time is right in Jacksonville, and the time is right for me to return to coaching. Not that losing still won't bother immensely, though. Now he's...

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USA identifies new coronavirus variant, ‘Columbus’, in Ohio

USA identifies new coronavirus variant, ‘Columbus’, in Ohio

Wexner has been studying coronavirus in COVID-19 patients since March in order to monitor the evolution of the virus. "At this point, we have no data to believe that these mutations will have any ...

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Historic Nasa SpaceX launch postponed due to bad weather

EDT. You can also call into NASA's landlines for voice-only audio at 321-867-7135. The launch will be attempted again Saturday, May 30, at 3:22 ET weather permitting. The space agency also has a...

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Astronomers Just Captured A Distant Galaxy Dying For The First Time

Astronomers Just Captured A Distant Galaxy Dying For The First Time

Because of this, some of the teams that previously identified winds from distant galaxies could in fact have been observing tidal tails ejecting gas from them. Galaxies die when the stars that live in...

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Study of Dire Wolf DNA Has Surprising Results

Study of Dire Wolf DNA Has Surprising Results

Dire wolves, which died out with mammoths and saber-toothed cats at the end of the last ice age, were long thought to be close cousins of gray wolves. They obtained five samples of dire wolf DNA from ...

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World Health Organization investigative team finally arrives in Wuhan

World Health Organization investigative team finally arrives in Wuhan

False positives are also possible with such tests. The UN health body said two members had tested positive for IgM antibodies. World Health Organization said all members were negative for PCR, w...

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Moon is richer in water than once thought

Moon is richer in water than once thought

NASA has confirmed the presence of water on the moon's sunlit surface, a breakthrough that suggests the chemical compound that is vital to life on Earth could be distributed across more parts of the...

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SpaceX cargo Dragon splashdown off Florida coast expected Wednesday

SpaceX cargo Dragon splashdown off Florida coast expected Wednesday

The wine, as well as hundreds of snippets of grapevines, spent a year orbiting the planet were launched by Luxembourg start-up Space Cargo Unlimited . The main focus is agricultural science, empha...

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Chrissy Teigen Has Purple Hair Now, But It's Just a Wig!

Chrissy Teigen Has Purple Hair Now, But It's Just a Wig!

Chrissy then snapped some photos in her closet while getting ready to go out with her family and then she posted content from shopping at a grocery store. He also revealed that the first time he pl...

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50 countries committed to protecting 30% of planet by 2030News

50 countries committed to protecting 30% of planet by 2030News

Japan, Pakistan, Colombia, Nigeria, Kenya, Canada, and Mexico were also among the nations that have endorsed the 30 per cent goal, which is expected to become the centrepiece of a landmark Paris-style...

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SpaceX Bringing Space Aged Wine Back To Earth | Talk 650 KSTE

SpaceX Bringing Space Aged Wine Back To Earth | Talk 650 KSTE

The wines and canes have spent between 10 and 14 months in space, during which they were exposed to microgravity and higher radiation than on Earth . Besides, Gaume added that future Moon or Mars exp...

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First batch of Moderna COVID-19 vaccines arrived in Ireland today

First batch of Moderna COVID-19 vaccines arrived in Ireland today

The success seen with this technology in creating an effective vaccine against the novel virus has given scientists hope that the same technology can be used to fight against other viral diseases, as ...

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$5000 Reward Offered for Info on 'TRUMP' Carved Into Florida Manatee's Back

$5000 Reward Offered for Info on 'TRUMP' Carved Into Florida Manatee's Back

The Citrus County Chronicle reported that Florida officials are working with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service on the incident. She said the manatee was asleep in shallow water at the tim...

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