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ASU, Embry-Riddle students prepare for SpaceX Hyperloop competition

The AZLoop team will compete against teams from around the world in SpaceX's Hyperloop competition (Photo: Arizona State University) A group of Arizona college students compete against teams from around the world World hoping to impress Elon Musk. Space guru company SpaceX is hosting the Hyperloop Pod Competition for the third time on July 22nd. SpaceX hopes to use the …

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Israeli company eyes moon landing in early 2019

Tomasz Nowakowski 14. July 2018 SpaceIL's spacecraft in a clean room. Photo Credit: SpaceIL SpaceIL announced in early 2019 its plan to land an unmanned spacecraft on the moon. The company announced that the mission will be launched in December 2018 with a Falcon 9 rocket. SpaceIL participated in the Google Lunar XPRIZE Contest which offered $ 20 million for …

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Shark Awareness Day: Without sharks, the oceans are ruined

(Photo: Yiming Chen) Jaws did no favor to the sharks. But in reality they are the misunderstood good boys of the sea. Sharks are not seen as friendly in popular culture and have little sympathy in public opinion. They are widely regarded as cold-blooded killers with nasty, dead little eyes, which are only satisfied when they tear off the legs …

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Ensley: Fighting Fleas for Control | community

The cat flea is the most common flea found in cats and dogs in Georgia. Most of us are aware of the flea and itching caused by their sting. Fleas have egg, larval, pupal and adult stages. The goals of the flea management programs are to free the pet and the premises of fleas and prevent future infestation. Non-chemical control …

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New South African telescope publishes epic image of the Galactic Center

The black hole in the middle of the Milky Way and the filaments Image: (Credit: SARAO) They look at the center of our galactic house, the Milky Way, as pictured in 64-radio telescopes in the South African Wildlife This image was released today by scientists for the inauguration of the completed MeerKAT radio telescope. But these areas are part of …

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Alien shockproof: Giant Planet-sized UFO discovered by NASA's stereo spacecraft

YouTube screenshot: UFOmania UFOmania, a conspiracy-themed YouTube channel, has uploaded a sinister video that has become the hottest topic among conspiracy theorists and alien enthusiasts. The strange clip shows a spherical UFO moving through space, and interestingly, the flying object has embossed drawings on its body. The Conspiracy Theory Channel claims to have discovered this bizarre object while exploring the …

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Scientists Spot Jaw Dropping 'Ghost Particle' Trapped in Giant Ice Cube

Tech 22:13 13.07.2018 Get short URL Outer space, however, it appears, it has a secret that it can not be read completely new perspective. According to a report in the journal Science, an international team of researchers has discovered a ghost-like subatomic particle on earth, "locked" in a gigantic ice cube at the South Pole – a discovery that may …

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First global maps of Pluto and Charon show the ups and downs of the world

The first global maps of Pluto and his moon Charon are now available and represent a bookend of NASA's "New Horizons" mission. "From a completing company's point of view, all the good data we have compiled is coherent 'complete mosaic,' says planetary scientist Ross Beyer of NASA's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California. The charts focus on the 42 …

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