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Great Barrier Reef has a (literally) shining new savior

Our big barrier reef is in trouble. So while our government is pushing forward with the southernmost hemisphere's largest open coal mine just over the road, Tiffany & Co only coughed 1.4 million dollars for funding for protection and conservation. It's all through the Great Barrier Reef Foundation's newOut of Blue Box Challenge, launched today, and is a global call …

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Huntington takes first steps towards the moon | News

HUNTINGTON – As far as competitions are concerned, they in the city of Huntington do not tend to be back from a challenge, even when the challenge is out of this world. On Tuesday, major Huntington residents began their mission to tackle one of their highest goals yet – their mission to go to the moon. "This city is responding …

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Vice President Mike Pence to visit Kennedy Space Center August 3 to announce the first NASA Commercial Crew |

<! – -> <! – -> Florida Techs Sunita Williams is one of the first astronauts to launch from US soil since shuttle programs Vice President Mike Pence will be at Kennedy Space Center on August 3 to announce the first astronauts under NASA's Commercial Crew Program. (NASA image) BREVARD COUNTY • KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLORIDA – Vice President Mike …

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Oumuamua may be the first interstellar asteroid

Artist's concept for the interstellar object Oumuamu. (NASA / European Southern Observatory Photo / M. Kornmesser) Oumuamua – a very rare asteroid name derived from a Hawaiian word meaning "Scout" may be the first observed asteroid body from another solar system. This item discovered by astronomers in Hawaii, back on October 19, is strange. The object was assumed for the …

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The NASA test of the revolutionary rocket rocket succeeds

The effort to transition America space programs to several vehicles with a fast turnaround has moved a significant step forward, a federal agency has confirmed with the successful completion of a series of 10 fires of a rocket engine that happened one by one another, according to a report by Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin. According to the Defense Research Unit, …

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Blue Origin Rocket will take employee "Stuff" to Space and Back

Blue Origin, the air operations started by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, announced Tuesday that it would fly its New Shepard rocket for the ninth time on Wednesday morning, "shoot the rocket to its limits" and take some payload with it on its short trip as well . Below is a complete list of what Blue Origin will ship in the …

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Volcano on the Jupiter Moon – IN SCHOOL

Researchers have discovered a volcano near the South Pole of Jupiter's Moon Io, using data collected by NASA's Juno spacecraft. Infrared data gathered in December last year, when Juno was about 470,000 kilometers from the moon, using its Jovian InfraRed Auroral Folders (JIRAM) Instrument "The new Io hotspot JIRAM picked up is approximately 200 kilometers from the nearest previously mapped …

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Guernsey State Park hosts Perseid Star Watch Party

NASA Perseid Meteor Shower Photo. GUERNSEY STATE PARK – Last year, Guernsey State Park proved to be one of the most popular places to see the eclipse of 2017, this year, Guernsey Perseid Watch is enjoying the best meteor shower of the year, August 10-12 at Yurts 1 & 2. [19659003] The perseids are created when the earth passes through …

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