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First US woman to run dives to the deepest point on earth: NPR

Kathy Sullivan and pilot Victor Vescovo seen after their dive to Challenger Deep. Courtesy of Enrique Alvarez Hide label Switch label Courtesy of Enrique Alvarez Kathy Sullivan and pilot Victor Vescovo seen after their dive to Challenger Deep. Courtesy of Enrique Alvarez Kathy Sullivan has seen her share of ups and downs. Sullivan, the first American woman to travel in …

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10 fantastic finds from Hubble’s deepest view of the universe

The complete UV-visible-IR composite of the XDF; the largest picture ever released from afar… [+] Universe. In a region that is only 1 / 32,000,000th of the sky, we found 5,500 identifiable galaxies, all of which can be traced back to the Hubble Space Telescope. But even in this incredibly deep view that reveals a universe with hundreds of billions …

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Brochure X: Unveiling the Deepest Sleeper of the 2020 NFL Draft

He can’t sleep. Earlier that night, when the second and third rounds of the draft were on TV, he was so nervous that he stopped looking and started doing homework. His father was stunned when he selected homework instead of the draft. It is now 3 in the morning and he is still up. He FaceTimes his girlfriend. What do …

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The Antarctic Denman Glacier sinks into the deepest canyon in the world

Video from GeoBeats Antarctica’s glaciers are melting at unprecedented speeds, and a huge gorge in the continent’s rocky underbelly could make things worse. In a study published in Geophysical Research Letters on March 23, the researchers used more than 20 years of satellite data to monitor the ice in the Denman Glacier – a 20 km wide ice stream in …

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The Antarctic Denman Glacier sinks into the deepest canyon in the world

The glaciers from Antarctic melting at unprecedented speed, and a huge ravine in the rocky underbelly of the continent could make things worse. In a study published in the magazine on March 23 Geophysical research lettersThe researchers used more than 20 years of satellite data to monitor the ice in the Denman Glacier – a 20 km wide ice stream …

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Prepare for the “deepest recession ever,” BofA analysts say, as the number of unemployment claims rises to 6.6 million

There are no parallels to the pandemic slowdown that the U.S. economy is currently struggling with, forcing economists like Bank of America Global Research to predict a much worse outlook for the U.S. economy than it did two weeks ago had offered. BofA researchers said Thursday that the upcoming recession “seems to be deeper and longer than we thought 14 …

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