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It's exciting that Australia is getting a space agency. But what will it do? | Andrew P Street Its unlikely the new Australian Space Agency will be sending astronauts to the Moon any time soon but theres a lot of space work to be done besides thatOn Monday Australia woke to learn that it would be getting its own national space agency. Delivering th
The Guardian | 13 hours, 17 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Tony Rennell discovers how savage otters can be Tony Rennell discovers how savage otters can be after they brutally destroyed his pond filled with koi carp - chewing their carcasses and leaving them to die.
Mail Online | 13 hours, 57 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Malcolm Turnbull's request for end to gas 'moratoriums' rejected by states NSW and Victoria argue fracking policies cannot be easily changed after PM says they are putting energy security at riskState governments have rejected Malcolm Turnbulls request to lift restrictions on new gas production, arguing their fracking policies c
The Guardian | 14 hours, 16 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Vice President Pence Visits NASAs Marshall Space Flight Center Vice President Mike Pence offered his thanks Monday to employees working on NASAs human spaceflight programs during a tour of the agencys Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
NASA | 14 hours, 32 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Penguin-cams capture the birds feasting on jellyfish An international team of researchers fitted penguins with thumbdrive-sized video recorders, tracking the birds at seven sites in the southern oceans. And, they found the birds target jellies.
Mail Online | 15 hours, 20 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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NASA investigates the effects of invisible space radiation NASA scientists are working to determine how this radiation affects the human body, and develop ways to protect against the violent nuclear collisions that occur as particles slam into shielding.
Mail Online | 15 hours, 21 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
This summer was greenest ever for energy, says National Grid Carbon emissions pushed to lowest level yet as first subsidy-free large solar power project opens in the UKThe UK has set a new landmark for clean energy after the National Grid announced that the electricity powering the UKs homes and businesses this sum
The Guardian | 15 hours, 33 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
One-Quarter of Cancer Patients Use Medical Marijuana, Study Finds One of the most well-known purported uses for medical marijuana is to alleviate symptoms related to cancer treatment, and a new study finds that use of the drug among cancer patients is not uncommon. In the study, which included more than 900 cancer patie
Yahoo! News | 17 hours, 22 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Ford Turns to Students for the Future of Truck Design The company wants to challenge existing notions of what makes a good pickup.
Yahoo! News | 17 hours, 27 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Alien autopsy 'hoaxer' claims he considered using jelly To this day, there are those who refuse to believe that the not-so-out-of-this-world account of the grainy footage's origin. But film-maker Spyros Melaris claims he is behind the grainy video.
Mail Online | 17 hours, 35 minutes ago | comment? | recommend