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SpaceX rocket part unearthed on Outer Banks beach for second time in 12 months - myfox8.com

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myfox8.com

SpaceX rocket part unearthed on Outer Banks beach for second time in 12 months
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OCRACOKE ISLAND, N.C. — A 10- by 6-foot chunk of metal, found embedded in a beach in the Outer Banks on Monday, came courtesy of SpaceX, the Charlotte Observer reports. SpaceX took responsibility for the debris, confirming that it came off a rocket ...
Debris found on North Carolina beach is from SpaceX rocketABC News
SpaceX debris washes ashore on Ocracoke Islandwtkr.com
Debris found on Outer Banks beach is from SpaceX rocket8News
WCBI -Charlotte Observer -WBTV
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Live coverage: Atlas 5 rocket poised for launch from Cape Canaveral - Spaceflight Now

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Baltimore Sun

Live coverage: Atlas 5 rocket poised for launch from Cape Canaveral
Spaceflight Now
Live coverage of the countdown and launch of an Atlas 5 rocket with the U.S. Air Force's fourth Advanced Extremely High Frequency communications satellite. Text updates will appear automatically below. Follow us on Twitter.
How to watch tonight's powerful Atlas V launch from Cape CanaveralFlorida Today
ULA prepares for early morning Space Coast launch of a powerful Air Force satelliteOrlando Sentinel
Air Force, ULA Set to Launch Military Communications SatelliteNews 13 Orlando

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NASA eyes stunning 'cloud city' airship concept to explore Venus - Fox News

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Fox News

NASA eyes stunning 'cloud city' airship concept to explore Venus
Fox News
NASA is considering a spectacular airship concept for Venus exploration. The space agency's Systems Analysis and Concepts Directorate (SACD) has posted potential designs of the High Altitude Venus Operational Concept (HAVOC) on its website.
“Could It Harbor Life?” –The Upper Atmosphere of Venus is the Most Earth-Like Location in the Solar SystemThe Daily Galaxy
Forget Mars, Venus Should Be NASA's Next Space Destination | OpinionNewsweek
NASA's blimp and cloud city plan for Venus exploration and colonizationNext Big Future
WJXT News4JAX
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Ancient Steroid Suggests Sea Sponges Were One of Earth's First Animals - Gizmodo

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Gizmodo

Ancient Steroid Suggests Sea Sponges Were One of Earth's First Animals
Gizmodo
Scientists from the University of California, Riverside, are claiming to have discovered the oldest known animal fossil—an ancient sea sponge that emerged between 660 million and 635 million years ago. New research published this week in Nature ...
635 Million Year Old Sponges Reveal Clues About Origin of AnimalsMotherboard
Oldest Evidence of Animal Life Discovered in 635-Million-Year-Old FossilsNewsweek
Oldest Evidence of Animal Life Left by Sponges?Newsmax
gulfnews.com -Infosurhoy -Coventry Live -The Inquisitr
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NASA astronaut describes close call following failed launch - CNYcentral.com

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CNYcentral.com

NASA astronaut describes close call following failed launch
CNYcentral.com
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — The NASA astronaut who survived last week's failed launch and emergency landing says he knew he needed to stay calm. Air Force Col. Nick Hague on Tuesday publicly described his close call. Hague and Russian Alexei ...

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Laurie Anderson's VR installation flies you to the moon - Madison.com

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Madison.com

Laurie Anderson's VR installation flies you to the moon
Madison.com
The moon has been receiving a lot of attention lately. From Elon Musk's SpaceX trip around the moon -- which recently signed on its first billionaire passenger -- to NASA's renewed plans for moon exploration, it seems we're in a new lunar space race.
A chunk of the Moon is up for sale but you're going to need an ASTRONOMICAL amount of money to buy itMirror.co.uk

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Coffee Rust Threatens Latin American Crop; 150 Years Ago, It Wiped Out An Empire - WCAI

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WCAI

Coffee Rust Threatens Latin American Crop; 150 Years Ago, It Wiped Out An Empire
WCAI
Five years ago, Finca El Valle, a small, family-run coffee farm south of Antigua, Guatemala, was producing 140,000 pounds of superior-quality Arabica for a select handful of America's premier specialty-coffee roasters. An outbreak of coffee leaf rust ...
WCR urges instant action to fight coffee leaf rustGlobal Coffee Report
Coffee Prices - 45 Year Historical Chart | MacroTrendsMacrotrends
How Lipton Built An Empire By Selling 'Farm To Table' TeaNPR
University of Guelph
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Coffee Rust Threatens Latin American Crop; 150 Years Ago, It Wiped Out An Empire - NPR

Google Science - 7 hours 9 min ago

NPR

Coffee Rust Threatens Latin American Crop; 150 Years Ago, It Wiped Out An Empire
NPR
Five years ago, Finca El Valle, a small, family-run coffee farm south of Antigua, Guatemala, was producing 140,000 pounds of superior-quality Arabica for a select handful of America's premier specialty-coffee roasters. An outbreak of coffee leaf rust ...

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“Belief In The Afterlife Is Just Wishful Thinking” Claims Stephen Hawking From Beyond The Grave - The Inquisitr

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The Inquisitr

“Belief In The Afterlife Is Just Wishful Thinking” Claims Stephen Hawking From Beyond The Grave
The Inquisitr
Professor Stephen Hawking may have passed away earlier this year but he has a few more big messages to give the world, and one of the biggest is – there is no afterlife or supreme being. Hawking had one of the biggest brains in modern times, and with ...
Stephen Hawking in warning from beyond grave about Trump and BrexitBelfast Telegraph
Your future depends on science, Stephen Hawking warns from beyond the graveThe Times

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SpaceX Falcon 9 launches with SAOCOM 1A and nails first West Coast landing - Infosurhoy

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Infosurhoy

SpaceX Falcon 9 launches with SAOCOM 1A and nails first West Coast landing
Infosurhoy
The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched the first West Coast return-to-launch-site mission Sunday. The launch, whose primary mission was to deploy Argentina's SAOCOM 1A radar imaging satellite, took place from Vandenberg Air Force Base's Space Launch ...
NASA should focus on research not rocketsThe Stanford Daily
For the first time in history: SpaceX will launch a tier of “second-hand”The Bobr Times
Boeing's Rocket Criticized by NASA Inspector GeneralHealth Thoroughfare
GBTIMES
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All in the family: Kin of gravitational wave source discovered - Phys.Org

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Phys.Org

All in the family: Kin of gravitational wave source discovered
Phys.Org
On October 16, 2017, an international group of astronomers and physicists excitedly reported the first simultaneous detection of light and gravitational waves from the same source—a merger of two neutron stars. Now, a team that includes several ...
Vast cosmic explosions could be flinging gold and platinum across the universe, Nasa scientists revealThe Independent

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'There is NO God' Stephen Hawking's mind-blowing final 'profound realisation' REVEALED - Daily Star

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Daily Star

'There is NO God' Stephen Hawking's mind-blowing final 'profound realisation' REVEALED
Daily Star
The internationally acclaimed astrophysicist was not expecting to find heaven when he died in March this year aged 76. Professor Hawking revealed his answers to 10 “fundamental questions” he was often asked – including predicting how mankind as we ...
Hawking's final book offers brief answers to big questionsPhys.Org
There is no God: Stephen Hawking's final book reveals his answers to 'big questions'Deccan Chronicle
Hawking: 'There is no God and no afterlife'Independent.ie
Global Times -Telegraph.co.uk -The Stopru -Telegraph India
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Hayabusa2's Mission to Touch Down on the Asteroid Ryugu Has Been Delayed Until 2019 - Gizmodo

Google Science - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 10:23pm

Gizmodo

Hayabusa2's Mission to Touch Down on the Asteroid Ryugu Has Been Delayed Until 2019
Gizmodo
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has delayed the touchdown of the main section of the Hayabusa2 probe on the asteroid Ryugu from this month until January 2019, Nature reported, after mission scientists determined that the Ryugu's surface ...
Asteroid Ryugu Landscape Filled With Rocks And BouldersTech Times
Hayabusa2's Amazing Close Encounter With Asteroid RyuguDiscover Magazine (blog)
The Path that MASCOT Took Across Asteroid Ryugu During its 17 Hours of LifeUniverse Today
CNET -CMU The Tartan Online -Infosurhoy -Asia Media International
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Posthumously publishing Hawking - physicsworld.com

Google Science - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 7:17pm

Telegraph.co.uk

Posthumously publishing Hawking
physicsworld.com
“Stephen had an especially broad legacy,” said Imperial's Fay Dowker, as she listed the fields science professionals harked from to hear him speak, from cosmology to condensed matter and information science. Of course, the legacy reaches still wider ...
Hawking's final book offers brief answers to big questionsYahoo News
Hawking: 'There is no God and no afterlife'Independent.ie
Elite threatens mankind through geneticsWeekly Observer
Telegraph India -Daily Mail
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'Hyperalarming' study shows massive insect loss - SFGate

Google Science - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 3:34pm

SFGate

'Hyperalarming' study shows massive insect loss
SFGate
Insects around the world are in a crisis, according to a small but growing number of long-term studies showing dramatic declines in invertebrate populations. A new report suggests that the problem is more widespread than scientists realized. Huge ...
Scientist: Decline in Forest Insects Is 'Hyperalarming'Newser

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'Hyperalarming' study shows massive insect loss - SFGate

Google Science - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 3:34pm

SFGate

'Hyperalarming' study shows massive insect loss
SFGate
Insects around the world are in a crisis, according to a small but growing number of long-term studies showing dramatic declines in invertebrate populations. A new report suggests that the problem is more widespread than scientists realized. Huge ...
Global insect populations declining at alarming rateMyBroadband

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The five brightest planets align in the night sky - Astronomy Magazine

Google Science - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 3:25pm

Astronomy Magazine

The five brightest planets align in the night sky
Astronomy Magazine
For the second time this year, the five brightest planets in our solar system — Mercury, Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, and Mars — will be visible in the night sky at the same time. The planets will form a line that rises up from the horizon in the western ...
Three Massive Planets Have Been Discovered in This Bizarre Star System, Baffling ScientistsNewsweek
Astronomers Discover Four Giant Planets The Size Of Jupiter And Saturn Orbiting A Nearby Young StarThe Inquisitr
Giant Planets Around Young Star Raise Questions About How Planets FormR & D Magazine
Astronomy Now Online -Newsline
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2°C warming in Puerto Rico caused 60-fold crash in insect population - ZME Science

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ZME Science

2°C warming in Puerto Rico caused 60-fold crash in insect population
ZME Science
Since the mid-1970s, arthropod biomass in Puerto Rico's tropical forests has declined by a factor of 60. Arthropods include insects, but also other invertebrates such as millipedes and sowbugs. “Our results suggest that the effects of climate warming ...
Two degrees decimated Puerto Rico's insect populationsPhys.Org
'Hyperalarming' study shows massive insect lossWashington Post

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It Will Take Millions of Years for Mammals to Recover From Us - The Atlantic

Google Science - Mon, 10/15/2018 - 3:01pm

The Atlantic

It Will Take Millions of Years for Mammals to Recover From Us
The Atlantic
The story of mammals is one of self-destruction. They first arose roughly 200 million years ago, and after eons spent scurrying in the shadow of the dinosaurs, they finally cut loose and evolved into a breathtaking variety of shapes and sizes ...
Mammals cannot evolve fast enough to escape current extinction crisisEurekAlert (press release)
It Could Take Mammals 7 Million Years to Recover From Humanity Wiping Them OutGizmodo
Humanity is 'cutting down the tree of life', warn scientistsThe Guardian
Cosmos -mySanAntonio.com
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