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Spiders Use electricity to fly for miles without wings

See, spiders are amazing. They are an important part of the ecosystem and benefit people by eating insects, including mosquitoes and farmed pests. It is said that many people are afraid of spiders, even those that do not pose a risk to humans. For these people, please do not read anymore. Because researchers have discovered more about a process that …

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Save coral reefs in Belize Road

COLLECTIVE MEASURES are required to preserve Bahrain coral reefs in the same way as efforts exerted by Belize, a Caribbean nation that is home to parts of the largest barrier reef in the Western Hemisphere. Bahrain Authority for Cultural Authority (Baca) Antiques and Museum Director Shaikh Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa believes Bahrain could learn a valuable lesson from Belize, …

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Million asteroids came from just 5 broken planets, says a new study

Try and think back to your fourth grade science class. You may remember that between rocky inner planets and outer gas giants there is a collection of strange shaped stones called the asteroid belt. This creatively named space is filled with, you guessed it asteroids. There are millions of those who circle the sun while we are talking, and some …

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Ultra-light green comet approaches the sun

The space object reaches its destination around August 16, which the astronomers suggested. It is not known how the object during a collision with the sun – destroys or will have a powerful driving force to continue the journey. Ultra-light green comet PanSTARRS named "Incredible Hulk" Near the sun fairly quickly and in just a few hours, lighter became already …

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Hawaii just forbade your favorite sunscreen to protect its coral reefs AP

From Banana Boat to Coppertone, big sunbags must soon change their products or stop selling them in Hawaii. Government legislators approved the legislation in May that would prohibit skin care companies from selling and distributing sunscreen on the islands containing two chemicals that are considered coral reefs. The bill opposed various companies and business associations, as well as some dermatologists, …

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Ralph Gardner Jr: The Heat

Just as a forecast for a big snow storm fills me with expectations, the news was that a heat wave was coming last week triggered similar tension. Of course, extreme heat is worrying, especially if you do not have air conditioning or clear shade and if you have older family members. The heat is also more unfortunate in a city …

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Ingredients for life discovered gushing out of Saturn's moon |

Last autumn, when NASA's famous Cassini spacecraft was spiraled against its final, deadly descent in Saturn's cloud, astronaut Morgan Cable could not help tearing a school bus size scale, which became a victim of his own success. Early in his mission, Cassini discovered that he moved over Saturn's ice-covered moon Enceladus, discovered rays of ice and saltwater from cracks in …

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Parker Solar Probe heat shield installed

Curt Godwin July 7, 2018 Engineers from Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab install the thermal protection system or heat shield at Parker Solar Probe. Photo Credit: NASA / Johns Hopkins APL For the first time since the fall of 2017, NASA's Parker Solar Probe is a fully integrated spacecraft and is close to launch date. Engineers from Johns Hopkins Applied …

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