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Audi lunar Quattro books trip to the Moon - New Atlas (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
New Atlas Audi lunar Quattro books trip to the Moon New Atlas In 2015, Audi went into partnership with Germany's Part-Time Scientists team to help develop the Audi lunar Quattro unmanned lunar rover for the Google Lunar X-Prize. The latest iteration of the rover and its landing craft are now undergoing extensive ... Team Indus, ISRO aim for January 26, 2018 to plant Tricolour on moonThe Indian Express (blog) TeamIndus will launch India's first private mission to moon using ISRO PSLV rocketThe TeCake This is no moonlightingDaily Pioneer Indiatimes.com -Inverse -India West -Pc-Tablet Media all 12 news articles »
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ISRO to launch remote sensing satellite on December 7 - Economic Times (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
Economic Times ISRO to launch remote sensing satellite on December 7 Economic Times CHENNAI: Capping a year of successful launches, Indian Space Research Organisation is all set to launch PSLV-C36 carrying remote sensing satellite RESOURCESAT-2A from the spaceport of Sriharikota on December 7, the space agency said today. PSLV-C36 to lift RESOURCESAT-2A from Sriharikota on Dec 7Business Standard ISRO is all set to launch remote sensing satellite on Dec 7Intabloid.com (blog) all 4 news articles »
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Mars One project: Swiss firm aims to establish permanent human settlement on the Red Planet! - Zee News (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
Zee News Mars One project: Swiss firm aims to establish permanent human settlement on the Red Planet! Zee News New Delhi: Looks like there are many space agencies and industries embroiled in a race to make Mars a habitable planet and call first dibs on its surface. After NASA and SpaceX have their sight set on the Red Planet, a British-Dutch project has ... Running water left its mark on Mars' surface: StudyBusiness Standard Water On Mars: Greenhouse Gas-Fueled Climate Cycles May Explain How Canyons And Valleys On Mars FormedInternational Business Times Planet Mars News: Martian Surface Destroyed By Global Warming; Will The Earth Follow In Mars' Doomed Footsteps?Parent Herald iTech Post all 6 news articles »
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Russia seeks answers on ISS cargo ship crash - Space Daily (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
KOKH FOX25 Russia seeks answers on ISS cargo ship crash Space Daily Russian investigators on Friday were probing the crash shortly after launch of an unmanned spaceship taking cargo to the International Space Station, focusing on the Soyuz carrier rocket. Russia's space agency said the Progress ship -- carrying tons of ... Russian Cargo ship carrying resupply for ISS blasts in air over SiberiaThe TeCake Russia: Space ship malfunctions, breaks up over SiberiaDeccan Chronicle Fragment of lost Russian spacecraft foundBusiness Standard Citizen TV (press release) -News Nation -KOKH FOX25 -Malaysia Sun (press release) all 17 news articles »
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Nigeria and climate challenges - The Nation Newspaper (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
Assam Times Nigeria and climate challenges The Nation Newspaper Boko Haram, desertification and drought have combined to adversely decimate Nigeria's North-east region. Agricultural output has shrunken, falling below 25 percent of the regional capacity. Lake Chad is so desiccated that it can hardly support the ... COP22- Milestones at MarrakechAssam Times Groups to Duterte: Demand climate justice at COP 22Samar News.com all 4 news articles »
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IUPAC declares official names of 113, 115, 117, and 118 elements - The TeCake (Sat, 03 Dec 2016)
The TeCake IUPAC declares official names of 113, 115, 117, and 118 elements The TeCake IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) on 28th November has acknowledged name and symbols of elements 113, 115, 117 and 118. Names of recently approved elements are nihonium (Nh), Moscovium (Mc), tennessine (Ts) and ... Four New Super-Heavy Elements Have Now Been Officially ChristenedInternational Business Times Massive discovery: Scientists discover new elementsMorning Ticker There Are Four New Elements On The Periodic TableImmortal News Khaleej Times -The Hindu -The Indian Express -Christian Science Monitor all 90 news articles »
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World's First Polluted River From 7000 Years Ago Found - Nature World News (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
Nature World News World's First Polluted River From 7000 Years Ago Found Nature World News Researchers may have found that contamination and pollution of surface water have been ongoing for the last seven thousand years. With ongoing societal and environmental issues on the rise, scientists are finding the best solution to the problems ... Researchers — Humans have been polluting rivers for 7000 yearsDigital Journal Researchers may have found first polluted river from before Bronze AgePhys.Org World's first polluted river flowed through Jordan 7000 years agoMother Nature Network Sputnik International -Newser all 7 news articles »
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Space Tourism to take off in a big way - Moon Express plans on selling lunar flight by 2026 - Mexico Star (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
Mexico Star Space Tourism to take off in a big way - Moon Express plans on selling lunar flight by 2026 Mexico Star FLORIDA, U.S. - In what was once merely a dream - or an ambitious thought one might not have imagined would become a reality in the current century - is now soon heading with the speed of light. According to a group of American space entrepreneurs ... 'To The Moon And Back': Private Firm Reveals Its Plan Of Taking Tourists To The Moon In 2026, How Cool Is That?iTech Post In 10 years you could honeymoon on the moon for only $10000International Business Times, India Edition Moon Express targets trips to the moon at $10000 per person by 2026 and will use rocket with 3D printed partsNext Big Future The Inquisitr -Daily Mail -Telegraph.co.uk -Teslarati all 10 news articles »
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African Leopard inching toward extinction; experts list poaching and trophy hunting as reasons - Zee News (Sat, 03 Dec 2016)
Zee News African Leopard inching toward extinction; experts list poaching and trophy hunting as reasons Zee News New Delhi: Habitat loss due to climate change, poaching, trophy hunting and other illegal practices have created a tormenting environment for animals around the world. The magnitude of the impact is so extensive that the animals are disappearing at a ... Revealed: Scots blind to the world's most endangered speciesFalkirk Herald Imperiled Leopards Are a Step Closer to Getting More ProtectionCare2.com all 5 news articles »
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Scientists use machine learning to determine stability of planetary systems - Business Standard (Sun, 04 Dec 2016)
Udaipur Kiran Scientists use machine learning to determine stability of planetary systems Business Standard Machine learning is a powerful tool used for a variety of tasks in modern life, from fraud detection and sorting spam in Google, to making movie recommendations on Netflix. Now a team of researchers from the University of Toronto Scarborough have ... Researchers Use Google, Netflix Algorithm To Determine Stability In Distant Planetary SystemsTech Times all 3 news articles »
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