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Good aurora chances despite solar minimum

Good aurora chances despite solar minimum  KTUU.com Sneaky solar storm lights up the sky over Canada and the US  The Weather Network Full coverage … Read entire article »

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How to become a space tourist: 8 companies (almost) ready to launch

How to become a space tourist: 8 companies (almost) ready to launch  Popular Science Astronaut touts importance of space program to students  Toledo Blade NASA Astronauts on Space Station to Speak with Students from Florida, Texas  Space Ref (press release) These pioneering female astronauts missed out on their shot at space, just because of their sex  The Sun Full coverage … Read entire article »

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Ancient Lakes on Mars Dried Up Billions of Years Ago, Study Concludes

Ancient Lakes on Mars Dried Up Billions of Years Ago, Study Concludes  Newsweek Cracks in Martian Rocks Help Bring Planet’s Watery Past Into Focus  Geek Earth-Like Martian Mud Cracks Shed More Light On Red Planet’s Watery Past  International Business Times Full coverage … Read entire article »

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Ultra-Cold Atoms Recreate the Expanding Universe in Tabletop Experiment

Ultra-Cold Atoms Recreate the Expanding Universe in Tabletop Experiment  Gizmodo Lab-created BEC Hums Tune Similar to the Early Universe  Edgy Labs (blog) Full coverage … Read entire article »

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Russia Launches Communication Satellite

Russia Launches Communication Satellite  Exclusive Reportage Russian Military Satellite Blagovest No. 12L: Now in Orbit!  The Financial Analyst Full coverage … Read entire article »

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If we weren't the first industrial civilization on Earth, would we ever know?

If we weren’t the first industrial civilization on Earth, would we ever know?  MIT Technology Review Ancient industrial civilizations would be very hard to detect  Next Big Future The Silurian Hypothesis  RealClimate Full coverage … Read entire article »

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NASA Will Start Construction On Lunar Space Station In 2019

NASA Will Start Construction On Lunar Space Station In 2019  Tech Times NASA’s exploration goals come into focus with updated road map  SpaceFlight Insider NASA lunar ‘Gateway’ space station will soon begin construction  Chron.com Full coverage … Read entire article »

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In honor of Earth Day, here's the most detailed satellite view of the Northern Hemisphere yet

In honor of Earth Day, here’s the most detailed satellite view of the Northern Hemisphere yet  AOL NOAA Shares First New View of the North Pole from NOAA-20  WeatherNation NOAA-20 satellite shares first North Pole view on Earth Day honors  Week Facts Full coverage … Read entire article »

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2016 Ocean Heatwave Killed 30 Percent of the Great Barrier Reef

2016 Ocean Heatwave Killed 30 Percent of the Great Barrier Reef  Smithsonian Heat waves are roasting reefs, but some corals may be resilient  Science News Global Warming May Have Transformed Coral Reefs – But New Research Says Some Remained Resilient  Tech Times Great Barrier Reef saw huge losses from 2016 heatwave  Nature.com Hey, climate-change mitigators, you can start right now, with the Great Barrier Reef!  Washington Post Full coverage … Read entire article »

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Our Relationship With Earth Is Toxic — These Women Are Working To Change That

Our Relationship With Earth Is Toxic — These Women Are Working To Change That  Refinery29 Why Astronauts Can’t Get High in Space — Yet  Inverse What is NASA Doing About Space Communications?  Great Lakes Ledger Full coverage … Read entire article »

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