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NASA's Kepler Space Telescope now takes a nap

The planet shooting scout that has discovered almost 70% of all worlds we know over the past nine years has closed its eyes and slept again. The telescope is low on fuel, and in recent months it has stopped to make sure it has enough fuel to face the earth and send the latest data at home. Transmission of data …

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Several NASA Instruments Capture Hurricane Lane

Instruments on NASA's Terra and Aqua satellites were Looks like Hurricane Lane – A Category 2 Storm from Friday, August 24th the road to Hawaii. NASA Multi-angle Spectroscopic Radiometer (MISR) captured images of Lane on just before noon on August 24th. MISR, flying aboard NASA's Terra satellite, carry nine cameras that observe the ground at different angles. The takes approximately …

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Hurricane treats Hawaii surfers to a taste of the perfect wave

KAILUA, Hawaii: Will Rozier not sleep on Thursday night, not because wind and rain from Hurricanes stumbled to his home in Hawaii, but because he was keen to surf the big waves rolling into one of his favorite beaches on the Big Island. "I could not even sit and have breakfast. I had to throw it all in my car …

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ENDEAVOR: The ship that changed our view of the world

A new book about HM Bark Endeavor gives life not only one of the greatest journeys in history, but also the spirit of discovery. STEPHEN LEWIS reports Two hundred and fifty years ago this weekend, a small Whitby-built collier seen sailing from Plymouth on a trip unlike all her – or any other ship – ever made. The HM Bark …

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Wind tracker satellite to tighten weather forecasts

Europe's New Windmap Satellite Aeolus Releases Today Watch It Live And another launch gives a total of five more so far this year for Arianespace after today's successful launch of the European Space Agency (ESA) Aeolus satellite, created the first space mission to acquire global wind turbine profiles. Air movement data is now collected from the ground or indirectly by …

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Extreme weather and climate change | News, Sports, Jobs

<! – VISA ARTICLE -> We have experienced a relatively moderate summer in the Mid-Ohio Valley – no prolonged heat waves or severe storms. This is not the case in other parts of our country and in other parts of the world. Even before our summer officially began a serious heat wave landed in May; That month, therefore, was the …

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Autumn Garden Cleaning Controls Spring Diseases | Live

You can reduce the risk of any common problems next year by eliminating residual crops in vegetable, flower and fruit farm areas in the fall. Several disease-intensive fungi and bacteria spend winter on herb and can cause diseases during the following growing season. Proper garden water treatment can combat such diseases as early rust, mold, gray mold and different root …

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