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New activity/unrest was reported for 6 volcanoes between March 21 and 27, 2018. During the same period, ongoing activity was reported for 12 volcanoes. New activity/unrest: Ambae, Vanuatu | Copahue, Central Chile-Argentina border | Ijen, Eastern Java (Indonesia) | Kick ’em Jenny, North of Grenada | Kirishimayama, Kyushu (Japan) | Myojinsho, Japan. Ongoing activity: Agung, Bali (Indonesia) | Aira, Kyushu (Japan) |
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China Manned Space Engineering Office • AEROSPACE CORPORATION The Tiangong-1 is set to crash down to Earth in days Days before the space station crashes down to Earth, a group of astronomers have managed to take an incredible picture using a robotically controlled telescope. The Tenagra Observatory in Arizona and Virtual Telescope Project in Italy
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Despite the fact it has never actually been directly observed, dark matter is believed to be present wherever there is ordinary matter – making the newly discovered far-flung galaxy a baffling anomaly. Professor Pieter van Dokkum and colleagues at Yale University set out their surprising findings in a study published in Nature Magazine. He said:
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The fiery volcano – one of Europe’s most active – is slowly sliding into the Mediterranean Sea and could eventually trigger cataclysmic landslides and tsunamis. Scientists from the Bulletin of Volcanology studying the volcano confirm the entire volcano is slowly sliding in an east-south-east direction towards a small coastal town of Giarre. The volcano is
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April kicks off what is typically the most active and dangerous three-month period of the year for tornadoes in the United States. During the 20 years from 1997 to 2016, the U.S. averaged 1,225 tornadoes annually, 55 percent of which were sandwiched between April and June. Historically, May has seen the most tornadoes each year
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Yesterday evening, March 26th, sky watchers in southern California, Arizona and Nevada were surprised when they saw swirls of colorful gas looping through the sunset sky. This wasn’t a rocket launch at Vandenberg AFB. Nope, this very colorful and iridescent cloud was produced by the test launch of a Trident II (D5) missile from a
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Ex-Tropical Cyclone “Nora” dumped extremely heavy rain on parts of Queensland over the past 24 – 48 hours, causing major floods and emergency evacuations. Many locations exceeded or even doubled their March average rainfall. Exceptional rainfall totals have been recorded this week in Tropical North Queensland, and particularly the last 24 hrs around Cairns. The rain is