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Stingray Bay ready to make a big splash at the zoo

The public gets a look at the new Montgomery Zoo exhibition Monday; 6,700 gallon touch pool begins on March 16 with paid feeding times Buy Photo Pet stingrays at the opening of Stingray Bay at the Montgomery Zoo and Mann Wildlife Learning Museum on Monday, March 5, 2018. (Photo: Albert Cesare / Advertiser) Buy Photo The Montgomery Zoo is getting …

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Four planets appearing over Qatar's sky this month

Doha: Residents of Qatar and all Arab countries will see and observe four planets of our solar system (Jupiter, Mars, Saturn and Venus) over the sky this month. The four planets will be close to the moon at different times in March, the Qatar Calendar House (QCH) announced The giant planet Jupiter approaches the moon tomorrow at 10 o'clock; where …

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Out of control Chinese space station to land on the ground within a few weeks

New Delhi: The Chinese Space Laboratory – Tiangong-1 – has been making headlines since 2016, when scientists admit to the Chinese space agency CNSA that they have lost control of the lab. 19659002] This put an end to months of speculation, as experts watching the station indicated they had behaved strangely. Tiangong-1 was hailed as the world's first space station …

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SpaceX Falcon 9 brings Spanish communications satellites into space

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket thundering the program's 50th flight out of Cape Canaveral early Tuesday thundered the night sky, shattering the nocturnal silence with a crackling roar as a Spanish communications satellite ranks fifth in the The test phase lasted more than a week, and the Falcon 9's nine Merlin 1D engines fired and throttled the launch thrust at …

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Live Video: SpaceX launches its 50th Falcon 9 rocket

SpaceX / Flickr Elon Musk's space company SpaceX plans to launch a Falcon 9 rocket at 12:33 ET Tuesday. The launch will be the company's 50th Falcon 9 since the rocket first flown in June 2010. The mission will fly a bus-sized satellite to an orbit 22,300 miles above the Earth. You can watch the live broadcast of SpaceX's launch …

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Scientists accuse NASA of obscuring extraterrestrial fossil evidence on Mars

Barry DiGregorio, an astrobiologist and volunteer researcher at the University of Buckingham, has claimed to have found evidence of extraterrestrial life on Mars. The scientist concluded after studying the images of NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover. Barry DiGregorio revealed that he found evidence of extraterrestrial footprints on Mars, claiming that NASA deliberately tries to disguise it. Martian features raise a billion …

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Space Tech goes to the Oscars: Statuettes and NASA telescopes use the same gold coating: Science: Tech Times

Harvey Weinstein's "Casting Couch" Statue Unveiled in Front of Oscars After the official ceremonies, much more has to be reported about the Academy Awards. Did you know that the coveted Oscar statue has the same gold coating as NASA's telescopes to look into distant stars and galaxies? ( NASA | Twitter ) NASA telescopes and Oscars trophies have something in …

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DEQ launches the Smith River algae reporting app

HELENA – If you are one of the lucky ones to be allowed to float the Smith River this year, the Department of Environmental Quality will ask you to gather information about the descent. Last week, DEA hosted an information meeting to inform the public about the efforts to investigate a troublesome alga along the river that has surfaced in …

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Climate change will dramatically increase sea levels by the year 2100, but it's much worse than we've seen before: NASA Technology News, Firstpost

Sea level could double by 2100, as previously estimated from climate change according to a new NASA study MODIS aboard NASA's Aqua Satellite captures this true-color image showing large portions of melting sea ice in Greenland. Reuters According to the findings in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences sea-level rise in the next 80 years may rise …

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