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The IMD will issue storm and lightning warnings for K & taka and Tamil Nadu tomorrow

South Interior Karnataka and Tamil Nadu are expected to suffer thunderstorms and lightning tomorrow (May 26) with heavy winds (40-50 km / h), the Indian weather agency said on Saturday. The weather forecasting agency has also predicted this. Heavy rainfall is expected in Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram and Tripura. Heatwave conditions in some parts are most likely over Vidarbha …

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Archery World Cup Stage III: Disappointing day for Indian archers

The Indian mixed recurve team has completed a second round, while the individual archers bowed down to end an unforgettable day for the country in World Cup Stage III on Friday. Indian mixed pair Deepika Kumari and Tarundeep Rai lost 4: 5 in the jump-off against Turkish opponents Yasemin Anagoz and Mete Gazoz. READ: Everest deaths: Odisha mountaineer Kalpana Die …

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Huge water reservoir discovered on Mars – The Shillong Times

Scientists have discovered one of the largest water reservoirs on Mars in the form of ice sheets buried for over one kilometer below the surface. The University of Texas team at Austin and the University of Arizona in the US estimate that the massive molten ice deposits discovered in this region would cover the planet in 1.5 meters of water. …

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Study examines potential risk for Taurid meteorite swarm

Illustration of the entire Taurid swarm. Picture credits: Western University A recent Western University study proves the possibility that an oncoming meteorite swarm, compared to Loch Ness's monster and Bigfoot by some alien experts, is actually an existential threat to the Earth and its inhabitants. (This is us.) Considering catalysts for a catastrophic collision, there are two major sources of …

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Massive water reservoir discovered on Mars

Scientists have discovered one of the largest water reservoirs on Mars, in the form of ice sheets buried for over one kilometer below the surface. This statement could provide information about whether the Red Planet was habitable in the past. The University of Texas team at Austin and the University of Arizona in the US estimate that the massive ice …

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Scientists break high-temperature superconductor record

Scientists have observed superconductivity – or no resistance to electricity – in a material cooled to 250 Kelvin or minus 23 ° C, the highest superconducting temperature reached since the phenomenon was discovered 108 years ago. Today's superconductors must be cooled to extremely low temperatures (between 4 and 77 K) and have limited applications, eg. In magnetic resonance imaging devices. …

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Tour of the Solar System Storms – NASA Solar System Exploration

Earth is a dynamic and stormy planet, with everything from short, blustering thunderstorms to massive, raging hurricanes that are among the strongest and most destructive storms in our world. But other planets also have storm clouds, even rain. Let's take a tour of some of the unusual storms in our solar system and beyond. Vote on May 22 at 15:00. …

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The formation of the moon brought water to the earth: study

A cosmic body that hit the Earth about 4.4 billion years ago and led to the formation of the Moon may also have delivered large amounts of water to our home planet and made it habitable, scientists have found. Earth is the only terrestrial planet with a large amount of water and a relatively large moon that stabilizes the Earth's …

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