Month: March 2018

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Elon Musk’s ambitious aerospace venture is famous for placing a slew of cameras on its Falcon 9 rockets that provide unparalleled views from space. However, it appears that a “commercial remote sensing licence” will be needed for its next launch. In a statement, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) officials said: “The National and Commercial
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Heavy rains affecting São Paulo for the past 5 days caused heavy floods in its southern and eastern parts on March 30, 2018. The municipal districts of Cidade Ademar and Ipiranga in the southern zone announced a state of alert at around 19:00 UTC (16:00 local time) today after the Zavurus and Ipiranga streams overflowed.  The storm left the
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Just 300 feet off the coast of Manasota Key in Sarasota County, Florida, divers made a recent discovery that could unlock centuries of Florida’s ancient history. Human remains have been discovered off the coast of Sarasota County, Florida. Radiocarbon testing of wood buried with the bones suggests the remains date back some 7,000 years and
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China’s unmanned Tiangong-1 space lab is hurtling towards Earth and is expected to re-enter Earth’s atmosphere on Sunday, April 1 at 12.15pm EDT (4.15pm GMT), according to the Aerospace Corporation, give or take nine hours. The non-profit company said: “The world is watching as Chinese space station Tiangong-1 hurtles towards Earth and makes a fiery
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What was this mysterious light that flashed across sky and caused a loud bang in the sky above San Jose, California on March 25, 2018? Hundreds of people reported spotting and hearing the bizarre event as it rattled houses in the neighbourhood just before midnight. A mysterious light in the sky and a loud boom
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After lying dormant for nearly more than 250 years the volcano suddenly began showing signs of growing activity in the fall of 2016. Since then the seismic activity has been picking up. The seismic monitoring system of the Icelandic Meteorological Office has picked up fourteen significant tremors in the the volcano during March. This makes
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Theoretical astrophysicist Valentina Zharkova, lead author of the study that reproduced the summary curve of solar activity for the last 3 000 years and predicted Modern grand minimum in 2020 – 2055, recently spoke with Jake and Mari of The Grand Solar Minimum YouTube channel, explaining what she and her fellow scientists learned while studying our star. Zharkova holds
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It is claimed the project, part-funded by the European Union (EU), will revolutionise hygeine in healthcare, security and virtual reality systems. An Ultrahaptics spokesman said: “While interacting in mid-air with a touchless sensing system, this frontier heralds a fundamentally new relationship with technology. “The EU-funded UTOUCH project has enabled the development of ultrasonic speakers which
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The theory says out of this world beings are depicted in ancient artwork across the globe including by the Egyptians, South Americans and Aborigines in Australia. Some also claim that due to unanswered questions about how monuments like Stonehenge in Wiltshire, the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, and a 1,000-year-old interlocking stone fortress outside the
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Renovations that cost $4million can not save the Tomb of Christ from the dangers of a “catastrophic” collapse after experts identified extensive structural problems. Scientists found a mass of decaying foundation, prompting calls for more structural reinforcement. Antonia Moropoulou, chief scientific supervisor at National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) which helped carry out the initial
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A huge, thick dust storm is spreading through much of northern Africa on March 29, 2018, disrupting normal life and suspending air traffic. Heavy dust storm was already affecting Egypt, Chad and Niger on March 28. However, models and satellite imagery suggest it was not as thick as today. NASA/NOAA Suomi NPP image acquired March 28, 2018 The