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Ocean Species Are in Trouble: US Coral Reefs Could Disappear Within Decades, Scientists Warn

Global warming is holding its toll on coral reefs in U.S. waters, and many of a sea sanctuaries nearby Hawaii, Florida and a Caribbean are approaching to disappear within a few decades, according to scientists during a National Oceanic and Atmospheric ...

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UFO News 2017: Bigelow Aerospace, Time To Put Up Or Shut Up

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On 60 Minutes Bigelow Aerospace boss Robert Bigelow pronounced “there has been and is an existent presence, an ET presence” on or around Earth. “I’m positively convinced. That’s all there is to it,” Bigelow told Lara Logan. Bigelow, whose association ...

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Construction starts on world’s initial ‘super telescope’

The European Extremely Large Telescope is due to start handling in 2024  The telescope is on a 3,000 meter-high towering in Chile’s Atacama desert It will labour astronomers’ burgeoning discoveries of planets orbiting stars It is some 5 times incomparable ...

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Highest aviation warning turn released after Alaskan volcano erupts

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Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what’s function in a universe as it unfolds. Article source: http://www.cnn.com/2017/05/29/us/alaska-bogoslof-volcano-eruption/

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79-foot-long blue whale washes adult passed on Northern California beach

Scientists and onlookers collected Saturday during a Northern California beach to perspective a 79-foot-long blue whale — a member of a largest class on Earth — that cleared adult passed a day before after apparently being strike and killed in ...

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Construction starts on a world’s initial super telescope

Artist’s sense of a European Extremely Large Telescope (E-ELT) in a enclosing on Cerro Armazones, a 3060-metre mountaintop in Chile’s Atacama Desert. The 39-metre E-ELT will be a largest optical/infrared telescope in a star — a world’s biggest eye on ...

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Be Afraid Because Science Says Some Snakes Hunt in Packs

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It’s a misfortune calamity of anyone who suffers from ophidiophobia. According to a new study, snakes are not a unique hunters and eaters we understand them to be. In fact, some of a smooth reptiles coordinate their missions to boost ...

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Stunning New Jupiter Images From NASA Juno Mission Shock Astronomers

Juno, a booster sent by NASA to Jupiter, has delivered a initial images—and they are not what astronomers were expecting. These new views challenge long-held assumptions about a solar system’s largest planet, stability a groundbreaking trail plowed by several new ...

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Trump’s 2018 Budget Request Axes 5 NASA Earth-Science Missions

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Five NASA Earth-science missions are now on a chopping block. Four we already knew about; they were zeroed out in a White House’s preliminary, or “skinny,” 2018 bill request, that was unveiled in March. The fifth, called a Radiation Budget ...

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Whales reached outrageous distance usually recently

Image copyright Silverback Films/BBC Image caption Being vast means they can maximize a opportunities where they exist Blue whales are a biggest animals that have ever existed on Earth though they usually recently* got that way. This is a unusual ...

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