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Could Volcanic Activity Enable Water Under Martian Ice?

If liquid water is actually present under the south polar ice cap of Mars, this must be due to volcanic activity a new study suggests. The researchers behind the new work argued that this was necessary to be an underground source of heat to melt ice under an ice cap – though they did not agree on whether the liquid …

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Another huge crater was found in Greenland under the ice

A glaciologist has discovered another huge impact crater in Greenland under more than a mile of ice. This follows the discovery of a impact crater in November 2019 in the same area under the Hiawatha Glacier. The discovery in November was the first crater found on earth under ice. The two craters are only 183 km apart. The November crater …

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Radar unveils a second potential impact crater among Greenland ice science

NASA SCIENTIFIC VISUALIZATION STUDIO By Paul Voosen Feb. 12, 2019, 5:30 pm Only a few months after an impact crater the size of Washington, DC buried beneath the ice of northwest Greenland has been uncovered a team of scientists discovers that it has company: a major depression 180 kilometers away This can also be an asteroid or comet impact crater. …

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NASA discovers another possible impact crater buried beneath Greenland ice

Following the discovery of a massive impact crater deep below the Greenland ice sheet, scientists believe they have discovered a second, non-contiguous structure of this species nearby. The new proposed impact crater is about 22 miles (36 kilometers wide and as the first structure has not been definitively designated as impact crater.) There are many more cratered features on Earth …

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Earth's 'Third Pole' Contains Ice Less Than We Thought

Aerial view of Mount Everest Image: Wikimedia The glaciers of the high mountains of central Asia are smaller than we thought, according to a new published Monday in Nature Geoscience. Given that they're facing a rapid meltdown, this is pretty bad for the hundreds of millions of people who use their water. Last week, Himalayan glaciers could be found. Asian …

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21 Savage is released from ICE detention on Wednesday

21 Savage, whose legal name She Yaa Bin Abraham-Joseph is, is released on bail, his lawyer said. The Grammy-nominated rapper was arrested by ICE on February 3, claiming he was born in the UK and illegally residing in the United States. 21 Savage's birth certificate says he was born in East London to British parents. He was brought to the …

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"Destination Earth" – New 22-mile wide impact crater buried under Greenland ice

Posted on February 11, 2019 A NASA glaciologist has discovered a potential second impact crater buried in more than a mile of ice in northwest Greenland. This follows the November 2018 report of a 19-mile wide crater beneath the Hiawatha Glacier – the first meteorite impact crater ever discovered beneath the earth's ice sheets. Although the newly found impact locations …

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NASA discovers the second crater hidden under the Greenland ice

Topography of the newly discovered Greenlandic crater. Image: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center NASA has discovered a massive, ancient crater buried beneath two kilometers of ice in northwest Greenland. Even more amazing, it is the second crater discovered in recent months under the thick ice of the region. The crater, which stretched 36.5 kilometers (22 miles), had probably been formed …

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In budget talks, the point remains: How many people can hold the ICE?

The sticking point : The Democrats argue that the agency will be able to increase the number of detention beds from 40,520 to 52,000 as the government wishes and the agency will have the ability to do more to pursue the undocumented immigrants without criminal record. They want to go back to 35,520 by the end of fiscal year 2019. …

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NASA detects signs of a 22-MILE WIDE crater buried under the Greenland ice sheet

Scientists have discovered what could be a 22-mile impact crater buried deep beneath Greenland's ice. If so, this would be the second discovery announced in recent months. A NASA glaciologist detects signs of a potential crater in northwest Greenland, just 114 miles from the recently discovered crater below Hiawatha Glacier, while scanning satellite imagery and topographic maps of the area. …

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