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How, when and where to look at; all you need to know

Total Solar Eclipse 2024 will be one of the world's largest celestial events. Here are all the details of how, when and where to look at the total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024. Representative image of a solar eclipse | Photo Credit: & nbspThinkstock Skywatchers from around the world are already excited about the total solar eclipse in 2024 …

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Climate change sees the arctic look green

Researchers used 30 years of satellite data to track the growth of the growth of the Arctic as a result of climate change (19659003) As temperatures in the Arctic rise as climate change, the vegetation has invaded areas once too frigid to support plant life. Researchers at UC Berkeley and Berkeley Lab have designed a way to quantify this surplus …

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NASA Astronaut Captures Shot of Category 4 Hurricane Lane Over the Pacific |

<! – -> <! – -> from the International Space Station NASA astronaut Ricky Arnold photographed a massive storm in the Pacific during a flight from the International Space Station. (NASA Image) (NASA) – NASA astronaut Ricky Arnold photographed a massive storm in the Pacific during a flood from the International Space Station. Arnold shared pictures on social media on …

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For exotic pets, the most popular are also likely to be released in nature – ScienceDaily

Among the puddles and lizards, the most sold species are also most likely to be released by their owners – and potentially become invasive species, according to a Rutgers study published today in the Journal of Applied Ecology . The study at Rutgers University-New Brunswick Ecologists gives new clarity about how and why exotic animal trafficking has become the primary …

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The study says that the Earth's magnetic field has changed rapidly sooner, and if it happens again, it can be catastrophic – BGR

One of the major reasons why life is happening on earth is that it is protected from one of the more difficult phenomena of space through something we can not even see. It's the magnetic field that our planet generates, and that means much more than telling your compass how you're facing. A new study suggests that the poles of …

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Researchers will soon release antimatters to see how it works in gravity

The ALPHA Experiment at CERN Photo: CERN Antimatters continue to appear just like ordinary objects, no matter what tests researchers throw on it. And in view of yet another challenge, the antimatter has again refused to break. In a new study, physicists tried to find differences between matter and antimatters, confusing, also some kind of matter, but with the opposite …

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Tennis in space, anyone? The astronauts have a ball during historical match

NEW YORK – Last night (August 21), astronauts made history by playing the first ever tennis game in space aboard the International Space Station. The match was projected live on a huge world in Queens, New York, where a group of space and tennis enthusiasts gathered to watch the historic event. NASA astronaut and space station commander Drew Feustel played …

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Trace metals in the air make great splashes on life under the sea

Credit: CC0 Public Domain In the sea a small piece of metal can go a long way. A new Cornell University-led study shows that trace metals deposited by aerosols like dust and other particles in the atmosphere have a major impact on marine life, affect biological productivity and change the marine ecosystem. The paper, "Aerosol Trace Metal Leaching and Impacts …

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