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The Climate Change Map shows how your city will feel after 60 years

Last year was the fourth hottest record and the hottest year for the world's oceans. As the planet continues to warm up, experts are working to predict the specific local effects of climate change on US cities. A new study uses a technique called climate-analogue mapping – which compares the expected future climate of the city with the current climate …

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Earth's Magnetic Field Does Something Weird When Plasma Smashes Into It

Universities in the US have long wrangled over who owns the world's largest drum. Unsubstantiated claims to the title included the "Purdue Big Bass Drum" and "Big Bertha", which was interestingly named after the German World War I cannon and ended up becoming radioactive during the Manhattan Project Unfortunately for the Americans, however, the Guinness Book of World Records says …

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NASA makes the last attempt to call Mars

A depressing deadline is almost the long silence of NASA . The final planned attempts to awaken the Opportunity, which has not been touched since last June when NASA officials tried to survive the Martian dust storm, will arrive late tonight (February 12). The agency also announced today that it will update Opportunity status tomorrow (February 13th) at 2 pm …

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