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Research Giant meteor exploded in Earth's atmosphere in December
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The meteor entered the Earth's atmosphere nearly vertically at a steep angle of 7 degrees and at a speed of around 32km/s. Military satellites detected the meteor at the time and sent the data to NASA , however the detonation had gone comparatively unrecognized by most.

Research 2019's third and final supermoon falls on spring equinox
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The moon will appear brighter and bigger in the night sky and hopefully no clouds and inclement weather will obscure the view. The most recent full supermoon occurred on february 19, following one in January. Worms: Funny enough, March's full moon has a nickname: Full Worm Moon. A Worm Moon is a term used by Native American tribes and Europeans for a full moon that appears in March.

Research Musk's SpaceX capsule set to splash down Friday after space station stop
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The SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule began its journey back to Earth on Friday (March 8) following a successful undocking from the International Space Station (ISS). By 13:45 UTC the Crew Dragon was bobbing around in the ocean, awaiting collection by the recovery vessel "Go Searcher" stationed nearby. No human spaceflight has launched from America since the retirement of the Space Shuttle in 2011, and Nasa has relied on Russian Soyuz modules to ferry astronauts to and from the ISS in the ...

Research SpaceX's Crew Dragon Ready for Debut Flight On March 2
Author: 0 SpaceX's Crew Dragon Ready for Debut Flight On March 2

The test dummy - or Smarty as SpaceX likes to call it, given all the instrumentation - is named Ripley after the lead character in the science-fiction " Alien " films. According to a recent statement from Musk at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, "People have gone to space station on Soyuz", which is in reference to the very small amount of Russian civilians who have paid between $20-$40 million to travel to Russia's "Soyuz" spacecraft .

Research SpaceX launches Crew Dragon's first test flight
Author: 0 SpaceX launches Crew Dragon's first test flight

The first American commercially built-and-operated crew spacecraft in eight years docked successfully Sunday at the International Space Station . The launch is a milestone for Elon Musk's space company and NASA's long-delayed goal to resume human spaceflight from USA territory later this year.

Research SpaceX Dragon capsule approaches ISS for docking
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A veteran of two spaceflights, Garrett Reisman left NASA in 2011 to play a senior role in the development of the Crew Dragon spacecraft at SpaceX until past year. "It's been a long eight years", the Kennedy Space Center's director Bob Cabana, a former astronaut himself, said as SpaceX employees milled around the rocket.

Research MP Glen Motz speaks on Wilson-Raybould controversy
Author: 0 MP Glen Motz speaks on Wilson-Raybould controversy

He told her that the prime minister was "going to find a way to get it done one way or the other" and that it was not good for the attorney general to be "at loggerheads" with the prime minister. Chrystia Freeland says Ottawa is "gravely concerned" by the hostile actions being taken by the two countries and is calling for a diplomatic solution.

Research SpaceX Crew Access Arm: Bridge to the Crew Dragon
Author: 0 SpaceX Crew Access Arm: Bridge to the Crew Dragon

Boeing is also in the race to end NASA's eight-year drought of launching USA astronauts on United States rockets from U.S. soil. I guarantee everything will not work exactly right and that's cool. William Gerstenmaier, the associate administrator for Human Exploration and Operations at NASA , said at a news conference last week that the launch "is an absolutely critical first step".

Research Kamloops reaction to NEB endorsement of pipeline expansion
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In Kamloops, reaction to the National Energy Board's endorsement of the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion is mixed. The original proponent of the expansion, Kinder Morgan, halted all essential spending last spring after the B.C. At a Vancouver news conference, Grand Chief Stewart Phillip of the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs said it appears that "jobs are worth more than justice" in Canada.

Research The first Israeli lunar spacecraft Beresheet launches Israel 12:43
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Third, the spacecraft will have to manage the extreme conditions existing in space . The spacecraft was at a distance of 69,400 km and is starting its way back to start its first orbit around Earth. Since the establishment of SpaceIL, its representatives have met over one million students throughout the country. One is called the "Apollo Effect", hoping to inspire the next generation.

Research Cyclone Oma to intensify into the weekend
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The same conditions are expected as far south as Yamba in northern NSW. Surf Life Saving Queensland announced that all Gold Coast Beaches were closed yesterday morning as a result of the building swell. Elsewhere, P&O's Pacific Explorer - which was due to go from Sydney to Moreton Island on Thursday - instead got diverted and went south to NSW Sapphire Coast, centred on Eden, while Carnival Spirit, operated by Carnival Cruise Lines, was due to take the same route on Saturday, but will now ...

Research Japan probe Hayabusa2 touches down on distant asteroid
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According to the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), the probe began its descent to the asteroid from an altitude of 20,000 meters above at about 0400 GMT, with the descent being delayed for a few hours while the final approach to the asteroid's surface was rechecked.

Author: 0 SpaceX Just Launched Israel's Lunar Lander off to the Moon

SpaceX is launching Israel's first mission to the moon tonight and live streaming the historic liftoff for fans. It would also mark the first time a private lander reached the moon. Space Systems Loral took on that responsibility, signing up rideshare broker Spaceflight Inc. of Seattle, Washington, which then secured Israel's 600-kilogram Beresheet lander and the Air Force Research laboratory's 60-kilogram S5 smallsat.

Research Tortoise & Bee Presumed Extinct Recently Rediscovered — Surprise Survivors
Author: 0 Tortoise & Bee Presumed Extinct Recently Rediscovered — Surprise Survivors

He also wrote that the bee was big as a human thumb. He ventured to the Bacan Islands in Indonesia in 1858 and found the bee with " immense jaws like a stag-beetle ". The resin would harden and keep pesky termites from getting inside. After days of fruitless searching, the expedition reached its final day. "My goal was to be the first person to make a photo of a living Wallace's Giant Bee and I had achieved that goal".

Research Supermoon, 2019’s Biggest and Brightest, to Light up Sky Tuesday
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This February's Super Moon's centre will be 356.846 kilometres from the Earth's. A supermoon happens when a full moon or a new moon when the moon is at its closest to Earth. When the Moon is at its farthest point in this ellipse, it is called the apogee, which is about 253,000 miles (405,500 kilometers) from Earth on average.

Research How to see the year's biggest supermoon
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Attention US-based skywatchers! February 19 will be the flawless day to gaze upon the Earth's lunar satellite, thanks to a not-so-little thing called the Snow Supermoon . Some other nicknames for it are the Storm Moon, Hunger Moon and Bone Moon. To check your local moonrise time click on the moonrise tracker, here. Or, ya know, just take a peek out the window before you go to bed on Monday night.

Research Biggest supermoon of 2019 to shine on Chinese Lantern Festival
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On average, the distance from Earth to the moon is about 238,855 miles. This is the second supermoon of 2019, after the Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse that occurred on January 20. Another Supermoon is expected on March 21, but will not be as large or bright as this one. January's coincided with a total lunar eclipse-an event where the moon passes directly through Earth's shadow.

Research Insect population faces 'catastrophic' collapse: Sydney research
Author: 0 Insect population faces 'catastrophic' collapse: Sydney research

Pollution, particularly the heavy use of pesticides and fertilizers, is also a major contributor to the dwindling number of insects around the world. "It is very rapid", Sánchez-Bayo told The Guardian . The world's insect population could be entirely erased by the end of the century, according to new research, but which species are most threatened? "It's not just about bees , or even about pollination and feeding ourselves - the declines also include dung beetles that recycle waste ...

Research Here’s why NASA just pronounced its famed Mars rover to be dead
Author: 0 Here’s why NASA just pronounced its famed Mars rover to be dead

Callas said the last-ditch attempt to make contact the night before was a sad moment, with tears and a smattering of applause when the operations team signed off. Opportunity was easily the longest-lasting lander on Mars, despite being created to last just 90 days, and also set a roaming record of 45 kilometres before coming to rest, somewhat fittingly, in Perseverance Valley.

Research 2018 Was Fourth Hottest Year On Record — NOAA/NASA
Author: 0 2018 Was Fourth Hottest Year On Record — NOAA/NASA

Nine eastern states had their wettest years on record, "an exclamation point on a trend of big rain" in the age of climate change , Arndt said. "We are seeing more and more warming that is happening at a faster and faster rate". The top three costliest natural disasters globally were all in the U.S., making it their fourth-costliest year ever, at $ 160 billion . Scientists say such remarks confuse short-term natural variations - that is, weather - with long-term shifts in the climate that ...

Research Government letter reveals planned £80m Nissan support package
Author: 0 Government letter reveals planned £80m Nissan support package

The city backed leave by 61% in the referendum, but some workers blamed Nissan for keeping silent about the potential consequences of the vote. Justice Secretary David Gauke has said that Brexit could be delayed in order to achieve an "orderly European Union departure", despite attempts for May to get those unhappy with her Brexit deal on board.

Research Drift of the North Pole forces early magnetic map update ars_ab.settitle(1451611)
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For this reason, the recently announced update to the World Magnetic Model , the mathematical foundation for navigation which allows magnetic north to be precisely fixed, is crucial, and could not have come a moment too soon. It's sort of pulling the magnetic field all the way across to its side of the geographic pole . This phenomenon was first observed in 1831 when the speed of such shift was just 9mph however, after the year 2000 it has changed to 34 miles per hour.

Research Where Did THAT Come From? Hubble Discovers Galactic Neighbor Bedin 1
Author: 0 Where Did THAT Come From? Hubble Discovers Galactic Neighbor Bedin 1

While searching the globular cluster NGC 6752, an worldwide team of scientists discovered a compact collection of stars millions of light years away. "Our newly discovered cosmic neighbour, nicknamed Bedin 1 by the astronomers, is a modestly sized, elongated galaxy ", explains the official Hubble website.

Research Arctic freeze warms after leaving 21 dead READ MORE
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Many Midwestern cities are colder than some of the coldest places on earth, including Siberia, the Arctic , Antarctica, Alaska and "even other planets", The Verge reported . Authorities and health experts warned of frostbite and hypothermia within minutes of exposure to the frosty air. "They are going from well below average temperature to well above average temperatures".

Research United States polar vortex 2019: U.S. faces historic low temperatures
Author: 0 United States polar vortex 2019: U.S. faces historic low temperatures

The Cedar Rapids Kennedy High graduate's father, Michael Belz, said he was told by two doctors, a counselor and a UI police captain that his son's death was not alcohol-related. Louis, Mo., on Wednesday amid extreme cold. Postal services were unable to deliver mail in parts of Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, the Dakotas and Nebraska.

Research Trump Mocks Global Warming as Temps Sink: 'Please Come Back'
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He also spelled global warming as "Global Waming" giving enough hint that his past goofups with spellings haven't yet taught him a lesson. Trump continued. He noted the record heat now in Australia. However, the extremely cold weather was expected to last a few days. "I'm a meteorologist, and we have proof of this".

Research North Korea nuclear: United States intelligence report says regime to keep weapons
Author: 0 North Korea nuclear: United States intelligence report says regime to keep weapons

North Korea is unlikely to give up its nuclear weapons capabilities despite recent moves indicating it was open to such actions, U.S. Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said on Tuesday. The intelligence agencies said Iran continues to work with other parties to the nuclear deal it reached with the US and other Western nations. The report also said the Islamic State group "remains a terrorist and insurgent threat" inside Iraq, where the government faces "an increasingly ...

Research Moon Discovery: Why The Earth's Oldest Rock Was Found On Lunar Surface
Author: 0 Moon Discovery: Why The Earth's Oldest Rock Was Found On Lunar Surface

It was possible to determine how deep beneath the earth the rock had been with the use of molecular analysis. A lot of the rocks we have on Earth aare pretty old, but none of them were around when our planet was first formed. "After all, as this paper shows in 2019, we are still making discoveries about the Moon from rocks collected 48 years ago". The sliver of material, the same width as two human hairs, has been dated to 4.4 billion years old.

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