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Incredible video of giant moon blew network - The Koz Times

Wed, 06/13/2018 - 4:14am

The Koz Times

Incredible video of giant moon blew network
The Koz Times
A video in which a giant disk of the moon is coming to people, just for a few hours gained over a million views. The video was shot by a professional Spanish operator Daniel Lopez in the mountains of the Canary Islands.
In the Canary Islands off the moon of huge sizeThe Siver Times

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Sweeten things up with raspberry sorbet - The Daily News of Newburyport

Wed, 06/13/2018 - 3:09am

The Daily News of Newburyport

Sweeten things up with raspberry sorbet
The Daily News of Newburyport
Raspberry sorbet is refreshing — but it's often too icy to be worth eating. For smooth scoops, we froze a small portion of the base separately, adding it back to the rest before churning. We also added pectin in addition to the berries' natural amount ...

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Remains Of Ancient Galactic Mergers Discovered In Milky Way Halo - International Business Times

Wed, 06/13/2018 - 1:57am

International Business Times

Remains Of Ancient Galactic Mergers Discovered In Milky Way Halo
International Business Times
A group of astronomers analyzing the second data release from European Space Agency's (ESA) Gaia space observatory has announced the discovery of ancient relics or remains of mergers with small galaxies in the halo of Milky Way. The Gaia data ...
New GAIA Data Reveals Mergers In The Milky WaySpace Ref (press release)

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Einstein's travel diaries reveal racist views of Chinese: industrious, filthy and obtuse - South China Morning Post

Wed, 06/13/2018 - 12:52am

South China Morning Post

Einstein's travel diaries reveal racist views of Chinese: industrious, filthy and obtuse
South China Morning Post
Excerpts from Einstein's diaries written during his tour of Asia in the 1920s show his shocking racist and misogynist views. The theoretical physicist is considered a humanitarian, and his private views contradict this, writes the author. PUBLISHED ...
Albert Einstein Described Chinese as "Filthy, Obtuse" in Private DiariesSputnik International
Einstein's Travel Diaries Littered with Racism Towards Chinese PeopleThat's Online

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Bridenstine endorses Kavandi for NASA deputy administrator - SpaceNews

Tue, 06/12/2018 - 11:28pm

SpaceNews

Bridenstine endorses Kavandi for NASA deputy administrator
SpaceNews
WASHINGTON — NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine says he's pushing to have a current NASA center director and former astronaut be nominated to be his deputy. At a Space Transportation Association luncheon here June 12, Bridenstine said that Janet ...

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NASA says mining asteroids in space 'could earn Earth £75 billion' - Infosurhoy

Tue, 06/12/2018 - 10:57pm

NASA says mining asteroids in space 'could earn Earth £75 billion'
Infosurhoy
Humanity's next gold rush could take place aboard small probes jetting between asteroids in outer space. Several private and publically funded companies are vying to be the first to mine space rocks for precious resources, including Nasa. The celestial ...

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Purdy elementary kids launch business to raise money to help save endangered reef - The News Tribune

Tue, 06/12/2018 - 8:01pm

The News Tribune

Purdy elementary kids launch business to raise money to help save endangered reef
The News Tribune
A group of second graders from Purdy Elementary School made waves this past week after raising over $1,000 for the Great Barrier Reef Foundation by selling cups of lemonade to their friends at recess. Wanda Angus's first grade class spent five weeks ...
This new treatment could save the Great Barrier Reef by boosting the coral populationiNews

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Speculative wormhole echoes could revolutionize astrophysics - Infosurhoy

Tue, 06/12/2018 - 6:41pm

SciTech Europa

Speculative wormhole echoes could revolutionize astrophysics
Infosurhoy
Scientists have deduced the existence of black holes from a multitude of experiments, theoretical models and indirect observations such as the recent LIGO detections, which are believed to originate from the collision of two of these dark gravitational ...
Wormhole echoes that could revolutionise astrophysicsSciTech Europa

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1 in 3 Adults In The US Take Medications That Can Cause Depression - NPR

Tue, 06/12/2018 - 6:00pm

NPR

1 in 3 Adults In The US Take Medications That Can Cause Depression
NPR
If you take Prilosec or Zantac for acid reflux, a beta blocker for high blood pressure, or Xanax for anxiety, you may be increasing your risk of depression. More than 200 common medications sold in the U.S. include depression as a potential side effect.
Are prescription medications making Americans depressed?Los Angeles Times
More than a third of American adults take prescription drugs that can cause depression: StudyABC News
Rx With Depression as Potential Adverse Effect Widely UsedMedscape
Reuters -AOL -Quartz -BBC News
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Threatened whales and dolphins recognize predatory killer whales from their alarming calls - Phys.Org

Tue, 06/12/2018 - 6:00pm

Earth.com

Threatened whales and dolphins recognize predatory killer whales from their alarming calls
Phys.Org
Killer whales have a formidable reputation as one of the ocean's most ferocious predators. Hunting stealthily in packs, some populations pursue ocean-going mammals, however, other killer whales prefer to dine on a diet of fish alone, posing little or ...
This is the sound a dolphin might hear if it's about to become dinnerScience Magazine
Marine mammals recognize the sound of killer whales on the huntEarth.com
A dolphin listens for dangerCosmos

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Astronomers have discovered a planet where a year only 19.5 days - The Siver Telegram

Tue, 06/12/2018 - 5:40pm

The Siver Telegram

Astronomers have discovered a planet where a year only 19.5 days
The Siver Telegram
The space object was seen in “the desert of substernal” and got the name EPIC 211945201b. The planet is located from the Earth at a distance of 600 light years. Астрономы открыли планету, где в году всего 19,5 дней. Astronomers from India through the ...
Discovered planet from the “desert substernal”The Siver Times

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Russia Constructing Powerful 'Space Laser' To Remove Some 500000 Junk Items Orbiting The Earth - Tech Times

Tue, 06/12/2018 - 5:16pm

Tech Times

Russia Constructing Powerful 'Space Laser' To Remove Some 500000 Junk Items Orbiting The Earth
Tech Times
Russia is still making its mark in space and it is doing so by taking an initiative to tackle one of the growing problems that are orbiting the Earth. What Did The Russian Space Agency Announce? On June 11, researchers at the Scientific and Industrial ...
Russia to build powerful space laser cannon to burn out space junk in low-Earth orbitInternational Business Times, India Edition
Russia builds laser cannon to blast space debris, report claimsNEWS.com.au

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Half of women in science have experienced harassment, study finds - The Hill

Tue, 06/12/2018 - 3:26pm

The Hill

Half of women in science have experienced harassment, study finds
The Hill
More than half of female faculty members in the sciences have experienced harassment based on their gender, according to a study released Tuesday by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM). The report also finds ...
Harassers Aren't Brilliant Jerks, They're Bad Scientists--and They Cost All of UsScientific American (blog)
4 big takeaways from a huge new report on sexual harassment in scienceVox
Report: 10 Percent of Health Care Workers Experience HarassmentU.S. News & World Report
Business Insider -Gizmodo -The Chronicle of Higher Education -ABC News
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Space Nanodiamonds Found to Be Source of Some Cosmic Microwave Radiation - Smithsonian

Tue, 06/12/2018 - 1:31pm

Smithsonian

Space Nanodiamonds Found to Be Source of Some Cosmic Microwave Radiation
Smithsonian
For over 20 years, an unusual excess of microwave radiation emanating from parts of the Milky Way has raised more questions than answers. Astronomers have long relied on cosmic microwave background—described by astronomer Erik Leitch as the “the ...
There Are Vast Clouds of Tiny, Shimmering Diamonds Hiding All Over Our GalaxyLive Science
Tiny Space Diamonds Might Be Beaming Mystery Signals Through the Milky WayYahoo News
Diamonds In Space Explain Mysterious Glow In Milky Way GalaxyTech Times
The Inquisitr
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Russia Working on Laser to Vaporize Space Junk: Russia Today - ClickLancashire

Tue, 06/12/2018 - 1:27pm

ClickLancashire

Russia Working on Laser to Vaporize Space Junk: Russia Today
ClickLancashire
According to the report submitted to the Russian Academy of Sciences, in which the company asks to support its research and development, the "cannon" would allow for the vaporising of potentially risky debris via a focused laser beam. The report ...

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Trace Materials From the Birth of the Solar System Found in Interplanetary Dust - Outer Places

Tue, 06/12/2018 - 1:06pm

Outer Places

Trace Materials From the Birth of the Solar System Found in Interplanetary Dust
Outer Places
Scientists have searched high and low on this planet for materials left over from the creation of our solar system to no avail. Things have changed a lot over the past few billion years, so any material that was here is believed to have been destroyed ...
Experiments trace interstellar dust back to solar system's formationScienceBlog.com (blog)

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'If you flush it, does it fly to the moon?' SF unveils 'spaceship' public toilets - Sacramento Bee

Tue, 06/12/2018 - 11:29am

Sacramento Bee

'If you flush it, does it fly to the moon?' SF unveils 'spaceship' public toilets
Sacramento Bee
They're “sleek, shiny” and “spaceship-like,” complete with eco-friendly planters and roof gardens. Also, they're public toilets. San Francisco officials on Monday selected the look for future public toilets in the city from among three finalists in a ...
Looky loo: new design for SF's public toilets unveiledKGO-TV

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In world without ocean reefs, flood and storm damage would soar - euronews

Tue, 06/12/2018 - 11:21am

euronews

In world without ocean reefs, flood and storm damage would soar
euronews
The decimation of the world's coral reefs could double and triple the cost of coastal flooding and storm damages from the United States to the Philippines, a study published Monday in the journal Nature Communications found. The study offers a bleak, ...
Why One Meter of Coral Reef Is Worth Billions of DollarsNews Deeply
Without coral reefs, annual flood damages from storms could double globallyUC Santa Cruz (press release)
This new treatment could save the Great Barrier Reef by boosting the coral populationiNews

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Russia builds laser cannon to blast space debris, report claims - Fox News

Tue, 06/12/2018 - 9:40am

Fox News

Russia builds laser cannon to blast space debris, report claims
Fox News
A Russian company affiliated with the Russian space agency Roscosmos claims that it is working on developing a laser that could eliminate space debris. The report, first written about in RT, a Russian media company funded by the Russian government ...
Russian space agency plans to incinerate space clutter with a powerful laser beamMoneycontrol.com
Roscosmos plans to develop a gun for the destruction of space debrisThe Siver Telegram
Russian defence company building ground-based laser cannon that can blast satellites from spacewww.v3.co.uk
Infosurhoy
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New Discovery About Massive Stars Could Change How We Understand The History Of The Universe - Tech Times

Tue, 06/12/2018 - 9:24am

Tech Times

New Discovery About Massive Stars Could Change How We Understand The History Of The Universe
Tech Times
Researchers have discovered that there are far more massive stars across the universe than previously thought, challenging current notions of how stars and galaxies evolved. Astronomers Find More Massive Stars. A team of astronomers at European ...
Violent, Starburst Galaxies Form New, Massive Stars 100 Times More than Milky WayThe Daily Galaxy (blog)
There are more huge stars in the universe than what the scientists assumedSpaceflight News
Newly Discovered Giant Stars Might Rewrite The History Of The UniverseHealth Thoroughfare

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