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Yellowstone Volcano: Warning “The Greatest Catastrophe Ever” as a “Rising Magma Sign” | Science News

The caldera in Yellowstone National Park is called a supervolcano because of its ability to wreak unknown global devastation in the event of over-corruption. It has formed over the last three major events in the last 2.1 million years, with the most recent Lava Creek eruption occurring about 630,000 years ago. Located below Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, the area is …

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Space and NASA Local news in Orlando Florida

2020 AND BEYOND Date: December 2020 Mission: Boeing Starliner crew capsule flight test (unmanned) Launch the site: Space Launch Complex 41, Cape Canaveral Air Force Startup window: TBA Date: December 2020 Vehicle: ULA Altas V Mission: NASA GOES-T Weather Satellite Launch the site: Space Launch Complex 41, Cape Canaveral Air Force Startup window: TBA Date: TBD 2020 Vehicle: SpaceX Falcon …

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The phosphine puzzle of Venus – Axios

Scientists are trying to analyze whether there really is a possible sign of life observed in the clouds of Venus. Why it matters: The news that researchers may have noticed a signal for phosphine gas in Venus’ atmosphere was met with excitement by both the public and scientists, announced as a possible sign that microbes could live in the planet’s …

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Growing interest in lunar resources could cause tensions, scientists say

Taken by NASA’s lunar reconnaissance orbiter, this image of the moon is part of a collection of the highest resolutions, almost global topographic maps of the moon ever created. Superimposed on this image are some of the hotspots identified for the Moon’s cosmological telescopes; There are several ideal locations on the moon for these telescopes, as others are in conflict …

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The sea level observer is flying

A joint US-European satellite built to monitor global sea levels took off on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base shortly after 9 a.m. Pacific time on November 21, 2020. For the size of a small pickup, the Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich will expanded almost 30 years of continuous data set on sea level. The satellite’s main instrument …

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NASA data shows evidence of ancient “mega-floods” on Mars

Storm season Billions of years ago, Mars may have been buried under powerful giant mega-floods. In recent years, scientists have found evidence of significant amounts of water on and below the surface of Mars. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg: Research published this month in Nature magazine Scientific reports suggests that giant “mega-floods” could extract the surface characteristics …

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The rover of curiosity finds evidence of ancient mega-floods on Mars – Yahoo Tech

Mars rover Curiosity finds evidence of ancient mega-floods on Mars Yahoo Tech Ancient Martian mega-flood: Floods of unimaginable magnitude once washed through the crater of Gale at the equator of Mars SciTechDaily MOXIE can help future rockets come out of Mars – NASA’s Mars Exploration Program NASA’s Mars Exploration Curiosity has shown that Mars has experienced a mega-occasion, which is …

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SpaceX launches another 60 Starlink satellites on Falcon 9’s 100th flight – Spaceflight Now

A Falcon 9 missile lands far from pad 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Tuesday night. Credit: SpaceX The 100th flight of the Falcon 9 rocket delivered 60 satellites into orbit for SpaceX’s Starlink network on Tuesday night, adding another building block to the planned fleet of thousands of solar-powered space relay stations to provide broadband connectivity around …

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Can you repeat? Hearing problems are more obvious with masks

DALLAS (AP) – As nurse Terry White toured a maternity ward in Texas, she began to realize that she had a hard time understanding the new mothers who wore masks because of the coronavirus pandemic.. So she did her hearing test and now wears hearing aids. “Her hearing loss becomes more noticeable the more barriers we need to have,” says …

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