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Night at the Space Museum – MilTech

The article from the night at the Space Museum. Are you a tourist who loves adventure? Have you gone to almost every corner of the world and deep inside your heart, do you feel that you must now take your adventurous nature to another level? It's time to think about it in outer space. Life is made of luxury and …

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Meet the weird reptiles at the short end of the evolutionary stick | Imperial News

Turtles breathing through their genital organs and small chameleons are among the weird reptiles who are looking for extinction, unless urgent action is taken. International Conservation Charity ZSLs (Zoological Society of London) Pioneering EDGE of Existence Program highlight 100 species endangered but also evolutionary unique, defines them as priorities for conservation. Reptiles often receive the short end of the stick …

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How does gravity work? This "sandbox" can show you

Dick Hakes, taking liberty Published at 4:59 pm. CT April 12, 2018 | Updated 7:25 p.m. CT April 12, 2018 University seniors Mason Reed, left and Jacob Isbell were key members of the Gravbox team who developed this high-tech interactive sandbox that shows how objects in space are affected by gravity pressure [Foto: Dick Hakes / Special to the Press-Citizen] …

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The study suggests link between Supercontinents, Ocean Tides

The cyclical strengthening and weakening of sea tides over tens of millions of years is likely to be linked to another longer cycle: the formation of the Earth's supercontinents every 400 to 600 million years, according to a new study. The new findings have consequences for the formation of our planet, its climate and the development of life on earth, …

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NASA's Penelope Boston on her quest for extraterrestrial life

Penelope Boston April 13, 2018 Print this page We live in a very big galaxy, which is just a speck in a big universe. Yet, this planet is our starting point for thinking about life in addition to our own in the universe. The question of whether we are one of many planets of biospheres, part of a very rare …

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Students Create Out Of This World Recipes For Astronauts «CBS Denver

By Stan Bush AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Three students from the Cherry Creek School District have a shot at being the next chefs for the space program. NASA selected Grandview students Maya Johnson, senior, Thandi Saunders, sophomore, and Eaglecrest freshman Eva Reish (credit: CBS) The student chefs who were selected have recipes that NASA will already (credit: CBS) In two …

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Boeing CEO jokes to retrieve Elon Musk's Tesla in space

Boeing Co. Managing Director Dennis Muilenburg highlighted the company's deep roots in space exploration with a playful jab up and down Elon Musk. Aerospace titan does not plan to launch cars in the sky anytime, Sade Muilenburg at a Politico Space Forum. But "we can get it out there and take it back," he said. There was an obvious digger …

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