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US and Europe unite to protect Earth from asteroids – CNN

US and Europe unite to protect Earth from CNN asteroids Asteroids news: Is there an asteroid heading to Earth? Did NASA find anything in 2019? Express.co.uk NASA and ESA will team up to divert Earth-related asteroids Engadget Science fiction comes true: The Asteroid Demolition Mission offers ZDNet NASA teams with European counterparts who stop asteroids from hitting Earth's digital trends …

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Jupiter's intense ammonia storms confuse the belts of the planet

Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system, is perhaps best known for its giant Red Dot, a continuous storm that has been observed since 1830. But now new powerful storms are brewing on the gas giant and disrupting them These storms affect the planet's white and brown belt, creating distortion among the bands that are usually separated. Made of …

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European Space Agency satellite changed course to avoid SpaceX craft

The ESA Aeolus Earth observation satellite fired its thrusters as part of a "collision avoidance maneuver," according to a statement from ESA. In its original path lay a satellite owned by Elon Musk's SpaceX that is part of the company's Starlink system, which aims to set up a constellation of thousands of satellites capable of beaming the Internet to every …

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Remora-inspired suction disc mimics fish's adhesive ability, offers evolutionary insight

Credit: New Jersey Institute of Technology              Remora fishes are famed hitchhikers of the marine world, possessing high-powered suction disks on the back of their heads for attaching themselves in torpedo-like fashion to larger hosts that can provide food and safety — from whales and sharks to boats and divers.                                                 The key to remora's adhesion are the disk's well-known …

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Snowfall decreases in Northwest, research reveals

Credit: CC0 Public Domain With warming temperatures, it is estimated that the average snowfall will fall in the northwest Pacific region by 2100 – and faster if greenhouse gas emissions are not reduced, according to a new study from Portland State University. Researchers at the PSU Climate Lab – doctoral student Arielle Catalano, geography professor and climate scientist Paul Loykit …

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