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Hubble space telescopic error will not be long, says NASA

Concerned ripples through the astronomical community this weekend when NASA announced that Hubble space telescope was in safe mode – but NASA confirmed in a statement released yesterday (8 October) that the agency expected the instrument to be at work again soon. Hubble has been circling around the world since 1990, and over the decades it has been taken care …

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Dryer, less predictable environment may have stimulated human development – ScienceDaily

A progressive drying climate that differs from variable wet sections may have precipitated the transition from our hominids to anatomically modern people, according to research published on October 8 in the online edition of Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS) . Since the discovery of a rich composition of human fossils as well as stone tools and other …

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Landlocked Atlantic salmon also uses magnetic fields to navigate – ScienceDaily

A new study shows that Atlantic salmon uses the Earth's magnetic field as a navigation tool – just like their cousins, the Pacific, and does not lose this ability through several generations of fish even after transplanting into a landlocked lake. The results indicate that Atlantic salmon, widely used in aquaculture, can have more potential to navigate and thus invade …

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Vesuvius Outbreak caused victims Blood to vaporize and skull to explode

When Vesuvius broke out in 79 AD, the avalanche of the volcanic ash that hit Pompeii and Herculaneum led the people's blood to vaporize and their skull exploded, a new analysis of their skeletons has revealed. When the city of Herculaneum fought, 300 people took shelter in 12 water chambers that lay along the beach. In a study published in …

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Global sea levels can rise more than two meters by 2100, scientists warn

Castillo Caribe, one of the world's most expensive homes, can be immersed by the sea level by 2100 Global sea levels can rise on average by almost two and a half meters (eight meters) before 2100 if greenhouse gas emissions are not reduced. It is according to a review of ocean-level changes and forecasts by researchers at Rutgers University and …

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Dryer, less predictable environment may have stimulated human development – HeritageDaily

A progressive drying climate that differs from variable wet episodes may have precipitated the transition from our hominids to anatomically modern people, according to research published in the 19459004 Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS) . [19659002] Since the discovery of a rich composition of human fossils as well as stone tools and other archaeological evidence in the …

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In his last days, Cassini bathed in the "drizzle"

On its final circulation in 2017, the long-running Cassini shows the spacecraft between Saturn's rings and its upper atmosphere and bathed in a vacuum cleaner called a "rain shower" by astronomers. Research published in Science, CU Boulder's Hsiang -Wen (Sean) Hsu and his colleagues report that they successfully collected microscopic material flowing from the planet's rings. "Our measurements show what …

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"Beach" conditioner: Maya Bay's ecosystem recovers, says Dept

The beach at Maya Bay has been closed for visitors. (Photo of Handout / Thai National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department / AFP) The ecology of the famous Maya Bay on Phi Phi Island in Krabi makes a gradual recovery with the number of corals and observations of reefs offshore on the rise, according to Chongkhlai Wongphongsathon, Deputy Director …

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The SpaceX Falcon 9 launch was a success

<! – -> The SpaceX launch dazzles California's booster lands back at Vandenberg LOMPOC, California. – SpaceX Falcon 9 space was launched Sunday evening with the Argentine SAOCOM Satellite. The mission was a success in space where the rocket scene set the satellite and returned to land at Vandenberg's Air Force Base. The mission was made possible by Elon Musk, …

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The study finds that the global sea level can rise 50 meters by 2300

According to a new groundbreaking study, the global average sea level could rise to eight meters in 2100 and up to fifty meters by 2300. The study suggests if we can not control the emergence of greenhouse gas emissions will pose a major risk to coastal ecosystems around the world. Researchers at Rutgers University in the United States stated that …

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