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Long Island artificial reefs are greatly expanded

Long Iceland will be home to the largest stretch of artificial reefs in New York history, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday. Cuomo says it's the biggest program for building artificial reefs in the Empire State. The reefs are made from old tugboats, barges and boats as well as from cleaned and recycled materials from the former Tappan Zee Bridge. The …

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Computer model provides new insights into Yellowstone's dreaded super volcano

Silex Spring in Yellowstone National Park. Photo: Brocken Inaglory / Wikimedia Commons With its raging rivers, sprawling canyons and lush forests, Yellowstone National Park is an absolute treasure, but deep beneath its scenic surface lies a hell just waiting to be unleashed , Using computer modeling, researchers have simulated the conditions beneath North America's largest super volcano – by discovering …

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Does Conspiracy Theory Hurt Videos YouTube?

Louie Veleski has some interesting opinions. He thinks spirits exist and people have never been to the moon. Veleski from Melbourne, Australia, explains his views on his YouTube channel Better Mankind, which earns him up to $ 5,400 a month. Conspiracy theories, it turns out, are very profitable for the YouTube-inclined entrepreneur. On his channel, Peladophobian, Ryan Silvey, 18 and …

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Astronaut Kelly: Heaven is not the limit – News – The Hutchinson News

Mary Clarkin A "really, really bad student" reminded thousands of students gathered in the Hutchinson Sports Arena on Tuesday morning that the hard things could be the best. The retired astronaut Capt. Scott Kelly, a veteran of two Space Shuttle flights and two long stays on the International Space Station, delivered a Dillon Lecture to approximately 4,200 people – the …

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Does Saturn affect your mood retrograde? Why you might feel marginal

Lately it has been a stressful astrological phenomenon after another. Can not the universe give us a break? I just recovered from the technical dangers of Mercury, now Saturn wants to run for his money. Let me tell you that Saturn will be far harder if it declines on April 17th. You will feel its affects deep within your core, …

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ESA signs cooperation agreements for commercial lunar missions

ESA signs cooperation agreement for commercial lunar missions Press release By: European Space Agency Posted: Tuesday, April 17, 2018 ESA has entered into a collaborative agreement with Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) and Goonhilly Earth Station (GES) for commercial Lunar Mission Support Services at the Space Symposium signed in Colorado Springs, USA. This innovative commercial exploration partnership aims to develop …

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The MetOp C weather satellite built by Airbus will be ready for launch

Airbus-built MetOp C weather satellite prepares for takeoff Press release By: Airbus Defense and Space Posted: Tuesday, April 17, 2018 The MetOp-C meteorological satellite is preparing for the imminent launch to join its siblings and continue the quality of observations and data for the weather to improve The AirOut-built MetOp-C is the last of the first generation EUMETSAT Polar System …

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That's why SpaceX lands its rockets back on Earth

SpaceX does not land its missiles on Earth just because it looks cool. Their real motive is simple: cost Traditionally, rocket companies use their rockets only once, effectively wasting hardware that costs millions of dollars to build dollars after just one use. These spent rockets are either destined to become space debris or fall back through the Earth's atmosphere and …

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Greenpeace finds Amazon Reef Formation Where overall plans for drilling oil

A team of scientists aboard the Greenpeace Esperanza ship has documented the existence of a rhodolithic field in which the French company Total intends to drill oil 120 kilometers off the north coast of Brazil. The finding demonstrates the existence of reef formation in the area and invalidates Total's Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), which states that the nearest reef formation …

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How will NASA's TESS find habitable exoplanets?

Using the size and mass of a planet, Isaak's team can calculate the volume density of an exoplanet and make predictions about whether it's rocky, gaseous or watery. CHEOPS will be able to measure very small planetary shadows. Until now, smaller planets have been difficult to measure, because sinking in the light of a star is so small when a …

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