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Coral Spawning Event to close Kahalu Beach Park

(BIVN) – An expected coral gawning will close Kahalu Beach Park to the public from 07:00 to 12:00 on May 1 and May 2, 2018. Hawaiian officials shared this information Friday in a media release: According to the Division of Aquatic Resources and the Eyes of the Reef Network, cauliflower coral (Pocillopora meandrina) once was rich in shallow coral reefs …

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CINDY DAY: Pink Moon rising | Live

Full Moon rises Sunday evening April's full moon is commonly known as the "full pink moon". But like most fullmills, it comes with a few monikers: it is also known as "full-blowing moths," The Full Egg Moon "and" The Full Fish Moon. " Not long ago, I spoke to some Grade 5 students who studied The moon's topic came up …

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The Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox was observed in many particle systems for the first time

Physics from Basel University have observed the quantum-mechanical Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen paradox in a system of several hundred interactive atoms for the first time. The phenomenon goes back to a famous thought experience from 1935. It allows measurement results to be accurately predicted and can be used in new types of sensors and image management methods for electromagnetic fields. The results were …

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CINDY DAY: Pink Moon rising | Live

Full Moon rises Sunday evening April's full moon is commonly known as the "full pink moon". But like most fullmills, it comes with a few monikers: it is also known as "full-blowing moths," The Full Egg Moon "and" The Full Fish Moon. " Not long ago, I spoke to some Grade 5 students who studied The moon's topic came up …

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New eel-like robot moves quietly and blends into environment • Earth.com

A newly developed eel-like soft robot presents a major step in the study of underwater. For researchers wishing to study fish and sea ecosystems, underwater remote controlled vehicles are typically the most popular option. But these have noisy engines that can scare off fish and inhibit nearby habitats due to their hard stiff outer structures. A team of marine biologists …

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Partial closure of Beach Park due to Coral Spawning

Hawaii at the County Department of Parks and Recreation announces that it informs the public that Kahalu Beach Park will be closed from 7am to noon on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 1 and 2 2018 due of expected coral Wikipedia image According to the Division of Aquatic Resources and Eyes of the Reef Network, cauliflower coral ( Pocillopora meandrina ) …

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NASA kills Lunar Resources Mission Despite pushing back to the moon

NASA has interrupted an assignment to analyze the resources that may be available to people on the moon, despite the fact that President Donald Trump's administration gives it a priority to send people back there, according to media reports. The mission of the tour explorer would have sent a rover to the moon's polar areas to learn about water and …

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This Megamerger of 14 Galaxies can become the most massive structure in our universe

Peering of billions of light years back to when the universe was only 10 percent of its present age, astronomers have discovered a colossal arrow-up: 14 young starburst galaxies that merged into one of the most massive structures in the universe. 19659002] Using some of the most powerful telescopes in operation, an international research team discovered the extremely dense concentration …

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Uranus smells like farts and rotten eggs, still Rains Diamonds

Uranus, the very first planet discovered in modern times, as it was never visible from Planet Earth with the naked eye, smells like speed and rotten eggs. Although our seventh planet (if it spoke of the distance from the sun) is said to be visible to the naked eye, it has never been recognized as a planet of old observers …

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