Month: June 2018

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A bright fireball was seen streaking across the sky above the Netherlands at 21:30 UTC on June 29, 2018. The event lasted between 3 and 7 seconds before the object disintegrated. The fireball was seen over Vlaanderen, Friesland, Noord-Brabant, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Gelderland, Limburg, Utrecht, Flevoland, Zuid-Holland, Drenthe, Bruxelles, Overijssel, Zeeland, Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest, Noord-Holland, Wallonie, England, Groningen,
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Strange and mysterious sky phenomena illuminated the sky around the world. Here a compilation of the most impressive. Here you go: MYSTERIOUS TWINNED DOUBLE RAINBOW Scientists have been studying rainbows for hundreds of years, since the 17th century when Isaac Newton first explained the colorful arcs. Yet after all these years, there is one rainbow
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Scientists have discovered active volcano heat source under Antartica’s fastest-moving and melting glacier – Pine Island Glacier. The surprising find, published recently in Nature Communications, offers insight into the movement and melting of the Pine Island Glacier. The researchers first noted the volcanic activity in 2007 and verified its existence again in 2014. A researcher from
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If we’re going to head out into interstellar space one day, we might want to go equipped with some heavy-duty degreaser. New research has found that the vast intervals of space aren’t always filled with dry dust, but often contain a mist of greasy molecules.   And there’s a lot of space grease out there.
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The probability of a major earthquake occurring within the next 30 years has increased significantly in eastern Hokkaido, including Kushiro and Nemuro, according to a new seismic hazard map released by a Japanese Government committee. Japan national seismic hazard map 2018 The 2018 national seismic hazard map indicates the danger of an earthquake measuring at
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As summer starts heating up, scientists just published the coldest temperature ever recorded on Earth. During the long, dark Antarctica winter temperatures dropped low enough to resemble other planets. The temperature they measured? A stunning negative 144 degrees Fahrenheit (-97.8 degrees Celsius). At that temperature, just a few breaths of air would induce hemorrhaging in
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It has been a day of pretty constant activity at Gunung Agung, and I thought it worth summarizing what’s been going on. Agung volcano eruption on June 28, 2018. By Unknown photographer, on the Pasebaya via Facebook Agung volcano eruption on June 28, 2018. By Missy Brown in Amed. By PVMBG from Batulompeh via Facebook The
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The horrific allegations came as a result of Albert Einstein-led stealth experiments aimed at giving allied battleships the ability to disappear. The bizarre research, which has become known as the Philadelphia Experiment, has led to eye-witnesses claiming a US Navy destroyer escort called USS Eldridge even matter-transported from one naval yard to another. But the
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New activity was observed at 7 volcanoes between June 20 and 26, 2018. During the same period, ongoing activity was reported for 16 volcanoes. New activity/unrest: Fernandina, Ecuador | Great Sitkin, Andreanof Islands (USA) | Ibu, Halmahera (Indonesia) | Kadovar, Papua New Guinea | Krakatau, Indonesia | Sierra Negra, Isla Isabela (Ecuador) |  Telica, Nicaragua. Ongoing activity: Aira, Kyushu (Japan) | Cleveland, Chuginadak Island (USA) | Copahue, Central Chile-Argentina border |  Dukono, Halmahera (Indonesia)