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18:20 08/07/2018 Michael Bastasch | Contributor Share on Facebook Tweet Share Share Print Reddit Share Email WhatsApp However, the scientists disagree. A scientist called the "greenhouse-earth" prediction "absurd" and not science. Let's not forget that climate models regularly inflate the temperature rise. A group of scientists issued a warning of doomsday that if people did not stop In the near …

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Strange "rogue planet" travels alone through the room

A strange 200-million-year-old object with the mass of a planet was discovered 20 light-years from Earth, outside our solar system. The "rogue", as it is called by researchers, produces an unexplained luminous aurora, traveling alone through outer space, without a parent star. The object, called SIMP J01365663 + 0933473, has the 12.7-fold mass of the gas giant Jupiter, the largest …

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Rocket City, Alabama: space history and a look into the future

The birthplace of NASA's rockets lies in the land of cotton, hundreds of miles from Cape Canaveral's launcher. From the earliest US satellites and astronauts, through Apollo's moon shots, to the spacecraft and NASA's Space Launch System, still in development, missile history flooded Huntsville, Alabama. The nickname of Huntsville, Rocket City, is mainly due to Wernher von Braun, who was …

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Spacecraft to immerse in fiery solar corona

The surface of the sun, or photosphere, is about 10000 degrees Fahrenheit, but the region through which the solar probe flies, the corona, is 2 million degrees. Scientists want to know why. Credit: image of NASA On August 11, NASA plans to launch Earth's first spacecraft, located within the orbits of Venus and Mercury, to touch the very edge of …

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NASA has to continue on its plan to catch mastic dust

Illustration of the solar system Illustration: NASA / JPL-Caltech It is no coincidence that NASA decides which telescopes and satellites will be launched into space and which planets will be examined next. Instead, a committee of external scientists drafted a set of goals and recommendations in a so-called decade-old poll. And although it is seeing some financial setbacks, an interim …

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A coral reef cemetery is the home of life after death

One year after Will and Daniel Payne lost their mother, and almost two decades after their father's death, it was time to live up to their desires for afterlife. When they board a boat with three generations of the family, the brothers slip into flippers and relax their masks. Will, who just a few days earlier became a Certified Diver, …

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Hawaiian corals adapt to warmer waters, but it can not be enough

Healthy and bleached brown rice coral Photo: Keisha Bahr (courtesy of the Hawaiian Institute of Marine Biology) Corals will not walk well in a warmer world. A temperature rise of just one or two degrees may cause them to fade or whiten when they eject their symbiotic algae (which produce their food). This process could eventually lead to death, but …

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Patrick Rowan's Skywatch: August great time for Skywatching

August is great for watching the sky here in southern New England, day and night. The summer loses its grip, as the days shorten shorter and shorter, but with increasing demand. The early sunsets are hard to ignore, as is the temptation to stay out until after dark. Do not fight it. August evenings offer a special blend of lightness …

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How ancient cultures declared comets and meteors

Comets and meteors have fascinated mankind since their discovery in the night sky. But without science and space exploration to understand what these rocks of stone and ice are, ancient cultures often turned to myths and legends to explain them. The Greeks and Romans believed that comets, meteors and meteor showers were sinister. They were signs that something good or …

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