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Mysterious 'Hot Jupiter' With Unusual Winds Discovered - NDTV (Tue, 23 Jan 2018)
NDTV Mysterious 'Hot Jupiter' With Unusual Winds Discovered NDTV 'Hot Jupiters' planets experience strong winds blowing eastward near their equators, which can sometimes displace the hot spot toward the east. World | Indo-Asian News Service | Updated: January 23, 2018 18:03 IST. Share. EMAIL. PRINT. COMMENTS ... Weird Winds Blow the 'Wrong Way' on Scorching Hot ExoplanetSpace.com Astronomers discovered a massive 'hot Jupiter' but can't figure out how it worksBGR Giant 'Hot Jupiter' Exoplanet Has Weird Winds That Defy the Laws of ScienceOuter Places Newsweek -International Business Times -Space Ref (press release) -Nature all 8 news articles »
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Changes in Mercury's orbit reveal how the Sun is losing mass as it ages - Zee News (Tue, 23 Jan 2018)
Zee News Changes in Mercury's orbit reveal how the Sun is losing mass as it ages Zee News For long, scientists have studied Mercury's motion, and have also charted a road map of Mercury's orbit, called "ephemeris" to study its closest point to the Sun and its farthest point from the Sun. By Zee Media Bureau | Updated: Jan 23, 2018, 19:06 PM ... NASA Team Studies Middle-aged Sun by Tracking Motion of MercuryAstrobiology Magazine NASA's Parker Solar Probe mission is set to fly closest to the Sun's surface than any other man-made object before itFirstpost This NASA spacecraft will get closer to the sun than anything ever beforeThe Denver Post Times of India -Columbia Daily Tribune -ZME Science -International Business Times, Singapore Edition all 28 news articles »
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Astronauts go spacewalking to give new hand to robot arm - Times of India (Tue, 23 Jan 2018)
Times of India Astronauts go spacewalking to give new hand to robot arm Times of India CAPE CANAVERAL (US): Spacewalking astronauts gave a hand to the International Space Station's big robot arm today. As the federal government geared back up 250 miles below, NASA astronauts Mark Vande Hei and Scott Tingle floated outdoors to install the ... Astronauts prep for spacewalk to service lab's robot armCBS News NASA Astronauts Take Spacewalk Outside Space Station: Watch It LiveSpace.com Watch Live: NASA Astronauts Spacewalk Outside the International Space StationNewsweek Belfast Telegraph -New York Daily News -Chron.com -Washington Times all 103 news articles »
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Earth's heat loss pushing Greenland's ice sheet towards sea - The Indian Express (Tue, 23 Jan 2018)
The Indian Express Earth's heat loss pushing Greenland's ice sheet towards sea The Indian Express Scientists have found that Greenland's ice caps are melting faster than previously predicted. The melting can be attributed to increased melting of ice below sea level. 0. Shares. Share. By: IANS | London | Published: January 23, 2018 8:03 pm ... Earth's heat loss causing ice sheet to slide towards seaOutlook India Puzzling Heat from Deep Inside the Earth Is Melting Greenland's GlaciersBrinkwire (press release) Heat loss from the Earth triggers ice sheet slide towards the seaInfosurhoy all 8 news articles »
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Can Planet Earth Feed 10 Billion People? - The Atlantic (Tue, 23 Jan 2018)
The Atlantic Can Planet Earth Feed 10 Billion People? The Atlantic Like ​The Atlantic? Subscribe to ​The Atlantic Daily​, our free weekday email newsletter. All parents remember the moment when they first held their children—the tiny crumpled face, an entire new person, emerging from the hospital blanket. I extended ... How to Survive Without a Wrenching Global CatastropheSierra Magazine To save the planet, should we follow a techno-optimist or the pied piper of “apocalyptic environmentalism”?Science Magazine (blog) Two Competing Accounts of How to Save the WorldPacific Standard all 4 news articles »
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VIDEO: Do vacuum cleaners fly in space? This Russian astronaut rides one to check - The Indian Express (Tue, 23 Jan 2018)
The Indian Express VIDEO: Do vacuum cleaners fly in space? This Russian astronaut rides one to check The Indian Express A Russian astronaut decided to answer a common query in the most amusing way ever. Often asked whether a vacuum cleaner can fly in space or not, he chose to respond by riding on the equipment. 0. Shares. Share. By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Published ... Fly like a Superman: Hilarious video shows cosmonaut riding on a vacuum cleaner through the space stationInternational Business Times, India Edition What you need to know about the International Space StationBT.com Moment astronaut rides vacuum cleaner around the International Space StationEvening Standard Metro -CBBC Newsround -International Business Times UK -Brinkwire (press release) all 8 news articles »
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1.7-billion-year-old chunk of North America found sticking to Australia - Fox News (Tue, 23 Jan 2018)
Fox News 1.7-billion-year-old chunk of North America found sticking to Australia Fox News This diagram shows the Georgetown terrane, in green, joining Australia around 1.6 billion years ago during the formation of the supercontinent Nuna. (Credit: Geology, https://doi.org/10.1130/G39980.1). Geologists matching rocks from opposite sides of ... Part of Canadian Shield found in Australia is proof of ancient supercontinent, research saysNational Post A Piece of North America Found in Australia Bolsters Theory of Two-Billion-Year-Old SupercontinentNewsweek New research suggests Australia and North America were once neighboursThe Sydney Morning Herald Outlook India -ZME Science -The TeCake -Digital Journal all 34 news articles »
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Half-Assed Solar Geoengineering Is Worse Than Climate Change Itself - Motherboard (Tue, 23 Jan 2018)
Motherboard Half-Assed Solar Geoengineering Is Worse Than Climate Change Itself Motherboard In 1991, a volcano in the Philippines erupted, shooting particles into the air that temporarily cooled the planet by reflecting solar energy. Now, facing the pressures of climate change, some scientists and activists believe we could mimic that process ... Scientists say artificially cooling the planet may pose threat to plants, animalsMalay Mail Dimming the sun to cool Earth could ravage wildlife: studyeNCA Geoengineering Would Bring About A Different Kind Of Climate Change NightmareIFLScience National Post -Brinkwire (press release) -domain-B -SwiftNary all 8 news articles »
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Total lunar eclipse on January 31 to be visible from India - Economic Times (Tue, 23 Jan 2018)
Economic Times Total lunar eclipse on January 31 to be visible from India Economic Times KOLKATA: The first lunar eclipse of 2018, a total eclipse, on January 31 will be visible from India, a senior scientist said here today. A lunar eclipse occurs when the sun, earth and moon are so aligned that for a certain period of time, the full moon ... Blood moon will show how much we've polluted the skies: ExpertsTimes of India Triple treat: Supermoon, blue moon and lunar eclipse all coming to a sky near you next weekUSA TODAY Google's $20 Million Xprize Moonshot Is About to Crash Back to Earth Without a WinnerGizmodo Newsday -Newsweek -Eos -GeekWire all 108 news articles »
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Last year was the warmest humanity ever recorded without El Niño, NASA warns - ZME Science (Tue, 23 Jan 2018)
ZME Science Last year was the warmest humanity ever recorded without El Niño, NASA warns ZME Science The Earth continues to heat up according to a NASA analysis that revealed 2017 was the second warmest year since global estimates became possible in 1880. More worryingly, it was only second to 2016, which saw increases in temperature caused by El Niño ... 2017 recorded as the second warmest year on its records says NASA, despite lack of El NinoFirstpost 2017 Was the Warmest Year on Record for OceansTruth-Out 2017 was the second warmest year after 2016, says NASA reportThe TeCake The Indian Express -Morning Ticker -eco-business.com -ValueWalk all 36 news articles »
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