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Researchers discovered only a coral reef off the coast in South Carolina :: WRAL.com

A major discovery this month can significantly change the terrible status of the world's coral reefs. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) discovered a large series of coral reefs that extend almost along Delaware and lies in deep water 160 miles outside of Charleston, South Carolina. The giant drive, which is half a mile below the sea, was originally …

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Jupiter Galilean Moons Shine In The Sky Tomorrow Night

Apart from the four Galilean Moon dancing around Jupiter this week, be sure to catch full moon on September 24, also known as "Harvest Moon". September promises to be another busy month for passionate skies and want to put on a good show in the coming weeks, centered around some spectacular views of the Milky Way that you would not …

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Water worlds can support life: Study

By: PTI | Washington | Published: September 1, 2018 10:18:47 Scientists have assumed that planets covered in a deep sea would not support the mineral cycle and gases that keep the climate stable on the ground, and thus it would not be friendly to live. [Image Source: Pennsylvania State University] The living conditions that survive on planets that are completely …

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Hot debate About renaming Hubble's law – "Not the first to discover the universe's expansion"

Published September 1, 2018 Universum's expansion was one of the most exciting discoveries in the 20th century. Astronomers are engaged in a lively debate about plans to rename one of the most amazing laws in physics. It appeared overnight in Vienna at the 30th meeting of the International Astronomical Union (IAU) in Vienna where members of the Assembly considered a …

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Rogersville student possible future astronaut | South County

Rogersville student Madeleine Jones traveled to Huntsville, Alabama this summer to attend space camp at the US Space and Rocket Center. Jones spent one week of education, technology, technology and math education, training with a team to fly a simulated space mission to the International Space Station (ISS). Once on the ISS, Jones and crew attended experiments and managed to …

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SpaceX Engineer provides new details about Elon Musk's first Mars mission

A top engineer at SpaceX has shared new details about the rocket company's yet nebulous plans to launch the first people against Mars in 2024 and eventually colonize the red planet. Paul Wooster, SpaceX's chief development engineer in Mars, presented a brief presentation on the scheme on August 25 at the 21st Annual International Mars Society Convention in Pasadena, California. …

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Water worlds can support life, says the study

This artist's concept shows a hypothetical planet covered with water around the binary star system Kepler-35A and B. Image Credits: NASA / JPL-Caltech The conditions of life survived on planets completely covered in water are more fluid than previously thought, opened the possibility that the water world could be habitable, according to a new newspaper from the University of Chicago …

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