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Applied Science: The New Phila Science Club Tests Your Knowledge of the Eastern Cotton Tail – News – Times Reporter

How much do you know about the eastern cotton tail? The New Philadelphia Science Club is a challenge for you. The New Philadelphia Science Club is back with another scientific question in the Times reporter. Every week a new scientific question is asked. Everyone is invited to participate by either sending the answer to the Science Club at the address …

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Skywatch for the 1st-7th April: On Easter Eve, look around the Orion for the hare, the constellation Lepus | Metro & region

Sunday: The moon rises at 21.15, so go outside a little earlier to look for the constellation Lepus, the hare. This constellation is under the feet of Orion the Hunter and at 20:30. is just above the southwestern horizon. The constellation appears as a faint oval of stars representing the hare's body. [Morning] Mars is as close as possible to …

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A vacated space laboratory could be immersed in the earth's atmosphere in the early morning – Asia-Pacific

<! – Empty space laboratory could dive back into the Earth's atmosphere early in the morning – Asia Pacific – RFI Listen Download Podcast RFI English News flash 04h00 – 04h10 GMT Mon-Fri [19659007] News 04/01 04h00 GMT Paris Live AM 04h10 – 04h30 GMT Mon-Fri Features and Analysis 04/01 04h10 GMT RFI English News flash 05h00 – 05h10 GMT …

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The abandoned Chinese space laboratory is to re-enter the Earth's atmosphere

Broken Chinese Space Laboratory to Return to the Earth's Atmosphere BelfastTelegraph.co.uk China's disused space station Tiangong 1 is racing toward Earth, expecting it to re-enter the atmosphere the next day. [196592002] https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/world-news/defunct-chinese-space-lab-set-to-reuter-earths-atmosphere-36763950.html https: // www .bukusttelegraph .co.uk / news / world-news / article36763948.ce / 110fb / AUTOCROP / h342 / bpanews_90aab080-af00-413f-89d9-bee783953f4e_1 Email China's disused Tiangong 1 space station is racing …

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Oldest North American footprints off the Canadian coast

Human footprints discovered off the Canadian Pacific coast may be the oldest traces ever found in North America. The newly discovered 29 footprints belong to at least three different individuals, and radiocarbon datings indicate that they originated about 13,000 years ago. The finding supports the idea that humans used a coastal route from Asia to America during the last ice …

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Does Africa split in two? Sudden appearance of the massive rift in the Kenyan valley proves it could: Science: Tech Times

After heavy rains and seismic activity, a massive rift suddenly appeared in the Kenya Rift Valley. Is this the beginning of the division of the continent? ( DailyNation | YouTube ) Is Africa about to divide? A massive rift suddenly appeared in Kenya's Rift Valley, leading experts to believe that this could be the beginning of a new continental fission. …

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SpaceX Live Feed Cuts: Claims US Government NOAA hides extraterrestrial life

The Iridium 5 mission saw the fifth set of 10 launches for the Next Generation mission. Global satellite constellation will help improve Internet connectivity worldwide. But halfway through the stream, the live food mysteriously cuts. And it then made a presenter look awkward as to what was going on. SPACEX LIVE ALIEN? Allegations that NOAA has cut food to silence …

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The abandoned Chinese space laboratory is to re-enter the Earth's atmosphere

FILE – In this November 16, 2010 file photo, visitors are seated next to a model of the Tiangong-1 Chinese Space Station at the 8th International Aerospace Exhibition in Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, southern China. China's decommissioned Tiangong 1 space station is expected to re-enter Earth's atmosphere the next day. The European Space Agency predicts on Sunday, April 1, 2018, that …

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Go on an Easter Star Cluster – News

Article Tools A traditional easter egg hunt is great fun especially for kids. I certainly enjoyed them when I was young, a few dozen years ago. It's also fun to roll over the starry sky with binoculars. With telescopes you can certainly see celestial bodies with larger magnification, but with binoculars you can see in a single view larger sky …

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