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With more manual work being supplanted via computerized or machine forms, you might be somewhat doubtful at first in the matter of how transport lines could profit your ...
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Continuing on its path through the outer regions of the solar system, NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft has now travelled half the distance from Pluto. It is heading towards ...
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NASA’s planet-hunting Kepler space telescope was hit by a cosmic ray event during a recent campaign to observe TRAPPIST-1, a star system that hosts at least seven Earth-sized ...
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The 2nd amendment right allows citizens the right to own firearms. However, it is important to learn how to operate firearms and ensure safety when having them around, ...
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Final preparations were underway on Thursday for the expansion of the Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (Beam) – an expandable habitat for astronauts crucial for future deep space exploration ...
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The ocean is taking heat. That’s the conclusion of a new study that finds that Earth’s oceans now absorb heat at twice the rate they did 18 years ...
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Time is running out for the Philae comet lander. The latest attempts to communicate with the probe have failed. And with temperatures plummeting as the comet races from ...
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When water is scarce, why not pull it out of thin air? An industrial designer in Austria is hoping to do just that (well, sort of). Kristof Retezár, ...
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