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Science: perseverance - hugely - manned - challenging
NASA’s Perseverance is great, but a manned flight would be hugely more challenging.
NASA’s Perseverance is great, but a manned flight would be hugely more challenging.
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Eductaion: Patrick Whittemore - UMassD - exterior - faculty
…supported by outstanding faculty and staff, have the drive…
A national research university, UMassD is home to a community of ambitious, creative thinkers. Our students, supported by outstanding faculty and staff, have the drive and determination to create u…
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Eductaion: charismatic - hypothesis - conserves - well-known
…conserves animals that are less well known.
A new study challenges a common hypothesis about how protecting charismatic species also conserves animals that are less well known.
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Katz - eyes
…its arms seem to know it is there.
Even when an octopus can’t see light with its eyes, its arms seem to know it is there.
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Science: Perseverence - parachute - whimsical - dinosaur
And that wasn't the only hidden trick,...
A science-minded team of father and son collaborated to decode a NASA engineer's message on the Perseverence parachute that helped guide the rover to Mars. They weren't the only ones who tackled it. And that wasn't the only hidden trick,...
Space (archive) enthusiasts, including NASA, see enormous benefit in the shift — a new era of space… PixabayWashingtonpost
Science: Jonathan Newton - enthusiasts - usher - iconic
But the changing dynamic also has left NASA with an uncertain role.
Space enthusiasts, including NASA, see enormous benefit in the shift — a new era of space exploration that will usher in a more capable and efficient space industry. But the changing dynamic also has left NASA with an uncertain role.
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Science: Natural Resources - Capitol Hill - haunt
Interior nominee Rep. Deb Haaland’s previous Twitter blast accusing Republicans…
Interior nominee Rep. Deb Haaland’s previous Twitter blast accusing Republicans of not believing in science came back to haunt her at Tuesday’s confirmation hearing.
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Culture: booked - powered
…u00a0airline with Boeing 777s powered by the engine that failed Saturday.
United is the only U.S.\u00a0airline with Boeing 777s powered by the engine that failed Saturday. Travelers still might be booked on another Boeing 777.
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Science: rover
…won't be little green men – here's what the rover is apt to see if it…
No, it won't be little green men – here's what the rover is apt to see if it finds signs of life
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Science: texture - arrowroot - pantry
…how much you need, as well as the dish's appearance and texture.
Which starch you use affects how much you need, as well as the dish's appearance and texture.
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Science: 11-foot-tall - Peter Weller - pandemic - high-tech
Midtown museum cites pandemic as it opts out of giving the 11-foot-tall bronze a home
Midtown museum cites pandemic as it opts out of giving the 11-foot-tall bronze a home
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Health: Nandita Kaundinya - Anna Caplan - contributor
…Nandita Kaundinya recently spoke to contributor Anna Caplan...
It’s Engineers Week and Thursday marks Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day. McKinney resident Nandita Kaundinya recently spoke to contributor Anna Caplan...
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Science: Yellowstone National - at-home - microbiologists
…the hot springs of Yellowstone National Park.
The science behind COVID-19 PCR tests can be traced back to two microbiologists' discovery in the hot springs of Yellowstone National Park.
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Finance: constellation - maritime
Company would be the first to operate a satellite…
Company would be the first to operate a satellite fleet in order to improve its own forecasts.
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Health: 100-day - COVID-19 - pandemic - minerals
Agencies will conduct a 100-day review of supply chains for…
Agencies will conduct a 100-day review of supply chains for semiconductor chips, EV batteries, rare earth minerals and medical supplies
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Science: half-year - unravel - culmination - undertaking
…behind the general circulation of Mars's winds.
Scientists are hoping to unravel the secrets behind the general circulation of Mars's winds.
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Science: Disease Control - retracted - input - advising
…making recommendations based on input from the teac...
All this time we were expected to believe that the CDC was advising the American people based strictly on science. It now appears that the CDC is making recommendations based on input from the teac...
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Science: Hayley Arceneaux - 29-year-old - Research Hospital
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Joe Biden - COVID-19 - House Democrats - speaks
…Biden to give up his sole control of U.S. nuclear weapons.
A group of more than 30 House Democrats is asking President Biden to give up his sole control of U.S. nuclear weapons.
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Culture: Denver - scrutiny
A plane that shed debris over Colorado brings new scrutiny to a troubled company.
A plane that shed debris over Colorado brings new scrutiny to a troubled company.
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Science: Mars Perseverance - Jet Propulsion Laboratory
…NASA’s Perseverance rover to land on Mars contained a secret message, thanks to a puzzle lover on the spacecraft team.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — The huge parachute used by NASA’s Perseverance rover to land on Mars contained a secret message, thanks to a puzzle lover on the spacecraft team.
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Science: kinetic - adapt - solar - relying - regarding
…kinetic” or active energy.
Solar and wind (the product of solar heating differentials) are “kinetic” or active energy.
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perseverance - Mars - audio - passes
…send their customers huge bills.
Mars rover perseverance passes its test, sending first audio recording from Mars, while Texas power providers fail their test and send their customers huge bills.
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Science: cellphones - Kalifa - Austin - tamir - charging
And what else you need to know today.
And what else you need to know today.
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start-ups - Skip - serendipity - grids - sections
Sick of boring grids of heads? A new…
Sick of boring grids of heads? A new crop of start-ups aims to bring some serendipity and spark to remote meetings.
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Science: Vegas Review-Journal - michale - prioritizes
…unions over school children.
The Biden administration ignores the science and prioritizes teachers unions over school children.
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Science: interactions - transforming - personalized
Many of us already live with artificial intelligence now, but researchers say interactions with the technology will…
Many of us already live with artificial intelligence now, but researchers say interactions with the technology will become increasingly personalized.
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Science: Tennessee Legislature - pedestal - Capitol - statue
…place a statue of her at the state Capitol.
Dolly Parton recently rejected a proposal by the Tennessee Legislature to place a statue of her at the state Capitol.
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Science: two-year - microbial - ancient - 18 - conduct
…search for signs of ancient microbial life.
NASA's Perseverance Mars rover is due to land on Mars Feb. 18, 2021. The rover will conduct a two-year search for signs of ancient microbial life.
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NASA-supplied - breeze - spacecraft
…supplied audio also reveals what a breeze on…
The NASA-supplied audio also reveals what a breeze on Mars sounds like
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Politics: high-definition - first-time - high-speed
NASA on Monday released stunning, high-definition footage of its car-sized rover landing on the Martian surface…
NASA on Monday released stunning, high-definition footage of its car-sized rover landing on the Martian surface last week, the first-time that a spacecraft's landing on Mars has been recorded in high-speed video.
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Science: tasks - variety
The Mars rover will perform a variety…
The Mars rover will perform a variety of tasks, but its prime mission remains the big question: Are we alone?
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Health: bone-chilling - blackouts - snowstorm - brooding
…chilling temperatures and a dangerous snowstorm,…
If there is a silver lining to dark and brooding clouds of rolling blackouts amid bone-chilling temperatures and a dangerous snowstorm, it’s that those...
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Finance: made-in-b - denise - Ryan - drawing
solution to single use coffee pod waste is…
A made-in-B.C. solution to single use coffee pod waste is drawing global attention from coffee producers
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Science: first-of-its-kind - parachute - crater - angles
…its-kind footage\u00a0shows the massive parachute inflate and the Perseverance rover™s point of view as it settles…
The first-of-its-kind footage\u00a0shows the massive parachute inflate and the Perseverance rover™s point of view as it settles down in a dusty crater.
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astronomy - compelling - theory
Astronomy researchers propose a compelling new theory as to what caused a mass extinction 66 million years ago
Astronomy researchers propose a compelling new theory as to what caused a mass extinction 66 million years ago
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News: Denver International - Broomfield - Pratt - episode
Regulators are investigating episodes involving Pratt & Whitney equipment that rained debris from planes and forced…
Regulators are investigating episodes involving Pratt & Whitney equipment that rained debris from planes and forced emergency landings.
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Science: degrees - 23 - downtown
Downtown D.C. may drop below 23 degrees for the first time in over two years.
Downtown D.C. may drop below 23 degrees for the first time in over two years.
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President Biden - khasab - negotiate - 2021
Biden's move to negotiate with Iran is no breakthrough, but it's worth the effort to avoid war.
Biden's move to negotiate with Iran is no breakthrough, but it's worth the effort to avoid war.
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Denver International Airport - United Airlines
This photo shows United Airlines Flight 328 approaching Denver International Airport, after experiencing…
This photo shows United Airlines Flight 328 approaching Denver International Airport, after experiencing a right-engine failure shortly after takeoff from Denver.
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Science: Joe Biden - COVID - speaks - 27 - 22
President Biden is all about following the science — unless it conflicts with his policy positions on hot-…
President Biden is all about following the science — unless it conflicts with his policy positions on hot-button issues, as far as his critics are concerned.
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Science: microbial - Martian - experiment
The rover's big task is to search for microbial life on Mars — and test an experimental Martian copter
The rover's big task is to search for microbial life on Mars — and test an experimental Martian copter
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Science: Linas Washington - disasters - unanimity - illustration
There aren’t many things Americans agree on, but one remaining point of unanimity is that we don’t like aviation disasters.
There aren’t many things Americans agree on, but one remaining point of unanimity is that we don’t like aviation disasters.
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Crime: General Civil Aviation - United Arab Emirates
…announced on Wednesday it has lifted its ban on…
The United Arab Emirates, a key international travel hub, announced on Wednesday it has lifted its ban on Boeing’s 737 Ma
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Science: Alexander Hunter - Washington Times - broadband
Would you let your family fly in a plane or ride in a…
Would you let your family fly in a plane or ride in a bus that meets 25-year-old safety standards?
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Finance: inciting - forthcoming
…tale defies conventions of the genre for a...
The inciting incident in Morgan Rogers’ forthcoming novel “Honey Girl” is a girls’ weekend in Las Vegas that ends with protagonist Grace Porter married to a woman she hardly knows. The coming-of-age tale defies conventions of the genre for a...
…land on Mars (archive), NASA briefs on the rover's journey to search for ancient life on the planet. NASAUsatoday
Science: Perseverance - briefs - planet - journey
…NASA briefs on the rover's journey to search for ancient life on the planet.
A day before Perseverance is to land on Mars, NASA briefs on the rover's journey to search for ancient life on the planet.
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takeoff - Denver International Airport Saturday
Boeing has recommended that airlines ground all 777s with the type of engine…
Boeing has recommended that airlines ground all 777s with the type of engine that blew apart after takeoff from Denver this weekend, and most carriers that fly those planes said they would temporar…
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Culture: 777-200 - takeoff - 328
…takeoff from Denver, the older Boeing 777-200 models involved were effectively grounded worldwide.
A day after the dangerous explosion of an engine on United Airlines flight 328 shortly after takeoff from Denver, the older Boeing 777-200 models involved were effectively grounded worldwide.
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News: Alex Rosenblat - San Francisco - obscures - creates
…against those workers. Now she works for Uber.
Alex Rosenblat, an author and labor researcher, wrote for years about how Uber obscures pay structures, surveils drivers and creates systems that facilitate discrimination against those workers. Now she works for Uber.
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chilly - Tehran - breakthrough
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration’s…
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration’s early efforts to resurrect the 2015 Iran nuclear deal are getting a chilly early response from Tehran.
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Science: universities - engineering - 11
…engineering and security.
By Julie Wootton-Greener / Las Vegas Review-Journal UNLV is one of 11 universities that will receive a federal grant totaling $25 million to support research and development in nuclear science, engineering and security.
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Science: The New York Times Opinion - phrase - dream - 66
…we’re increasingly thinking short term.
We used to dream big. Now we’re increasingly thinking short term.
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Science: archaeological - galvanized - scholarly - thesis
…study by a wide range of researchers.
He challenged the conventional wisdom about a major archaeological discovery. He also led a successful effort to open it for study by a wide range of researchers.
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Science: treacherous - NASA - kicks - truly - landing
…before science mission truly kicks off
NASA gets ready for treacherous landing Thursday, before science mission truly kicks off
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Science: BASKETBALL Charlestown - Lowell Catholic - CAPE ANN
…Shawsheen 63 North Attleboro 57, Attleboro 46 North Quincy 63.
SUNDAY’S RESULTS BOYS BASKETBALL Charlestown 75, EMK 72 Lowell Catholic 81, Shawsheen 63 North Attleboro 57, Attleboro 46 North Quincy 63. Cohasset 57 Peabody 59, Danvers 53 CAPE ANN LEAGUE …
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Health: permafrost - specimens - well-known - Siberian
…was recovered from two specimens of steppe mammoth buried in the Siberian permafrost.
The DNA, which is more than 1 million years old, was recovered from two specimens of steppe mammoth buried in the Siberian permafrost.
A cluster of small earthquakes far off the southern Oregon coast and atop Mount Rainier …: Archive DeathgleanerSeattletimes
Science: Mount Rainier - cluster - seismic - rollout
…have triggered a seismic warning system set for a test run later this week, a seismologist...
A cluster of small earthquakes far off the southern Oregon coast and atop Mount Rainier in recent days are common events, and would not have triggered a seismic warning system set for a test run later this week, a seismologist...
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Science: icebergs - voyager
…forward to a submarine ride under the icebergs on Saturn’s strange moon.
Mars, Shmars; this voyager is looking forward to a submarine ride under the icebergs on Saturn’s strange moon.
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Health: Laura Wasser - proceedings - hiring
News of their split broke Friday, with Kardashian hiring Laura…
News of their split broke Friday, with Kardashian hiring Laura Wasser to represent her in the proceedings.
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Science: true - implications - proven - theory
If the theory is proven true, it could have implications for…
If the theory is proven true, it could have implications for potential life on Mars
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sign-ins - consuming - megabytes - sync - Firefox
Patrick Marshall answers your personal tech questions.
Patrick Marshall answers your personal tech questions. This week's topics cover how to determine what's draining data when connecting to a hot spot, how to prevent required sign-ins when Windows wakes from sleep, and audio out of sync with video.
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Science: Hayley Arceneaux - Jared Isaacman - capsule
St. Jude Hospital and Jared Isaacman, a billionaire entrepreneur, selected Hayley Arceneaux for a trip to orbit…
St. Jude Hospital and Jared Isaacman, a billionaire entrepreneur, selected Hayley Arceneaux for a trip to orbit in a SpaceX capsule.
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Science: NASA Lands Perseverance - alien - sophisticated
landing record on the planet, and brings sophisticated tools to the hunt for alien life.
Perseverance’s arrival extends the successful U.S. landing record on the planet, and brings sophisticated tools to the hunt for alien life.
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Crime: Times Colonist - Lindsay Kines - census - killer
…according to the research centre’s latest census figures.
The latest birth brings the number of southern resident killer whales to 75, according to the research centre’s latest census figures.
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singular - seminars - American Economic Association
Studies have found that the field is plagued by a singular problem of gender bias. The latest evidence comes from the…
Studies have found that the field is plagued by a singular problem of gender bias. The latest evidence comes from the types of questions posed at seminars.
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Science: Russia-leased Baikonur - Progress MS-16 - unmanned
MOSCOW — An unmanned Russian cargo ship launched successfully Monday with a load of…
MOSCOW — An unmanned Russian cargo ship launched successfully Monday with a load of supplies for the International Space Station.
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Health: pandemic - invisible - swept
…protect the ones we love from anything.
He’s a security guard. I work in nuclear security. The pandemic swept away my sense that we can really protect the ones we love from anything.
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Science: Mars Perseverance - six-wheeled - seven-month
…but only after a dramatic landing attempt.
Mars expects to greet Perseverance, NASA's six-wheeled robotic explorer, Thursday afternoon, but only after a dramatic landing attempt.
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Science: Mars Perseverance - dioxide-rich - one-third - cusp
Here's what happens next.
NASA's Mars Perseverance rover is on the cusp of landing on the red planet after a 300 million-mile journey. Here's what happens next.
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Science: astrobiology - microbial - Martian - laboratory
Perseverance is the most advanced astrobiology laboratory ever sent to another world and it will be searching for…
Perseverance is the most advanced astrobiology laboratory ever sent to another world and it will be searching for ancient microbial life
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Odessa American - Hartman - Oncor - crippled
The winter storm that crippled Texas this week and heat wave the hit California last summer show much more needs to be…
The winter storm that crippled Texas this week and heat wave the hit California last summer show much more needs to be done to protect power supplies from extreme weather.
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Science: fascinating - David Pogue - photosynthesis - thrive
Discover the fascinating chemistry that makes our world and everything in it—including us.
Discover the fascinating chemistry that makes our world and everything in it—including us.
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Science: Perseverance - illustration
…minutes before entering the Martian atmosphere.
NASA's Mars rover to land Thursday afternoon By Marcia Dunn The Associated Press In this illustration made available by NASA, the Perseverance rover casts off its spacecraft's cruise stage, minutes before entering the Martian atmosphere.
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reliability - Nena Mamu - Glenwood - grid - Howard
Only in a crisis do most Americans pay attention to the reliability of the…
Only in a crisis do most Americans pay attention to the reliability of the nation’s electricity grid.
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Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif - Tehran
…some international monitoring\u00a0of its nuclear sites from Tuesday.
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says Tehran will begin\u00a0limiting some international monitoring\u00a0of its nuclear sites from Tuesday.
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Health: Patricia Penerova - Wrangel Island - Love Dalen
Genomic data — the oldest ever recovered from a fossil — reveals the origin and evolution of the Columbian mammoth.
Genomic data — the oldest ever recovered from a fossil — reveals the origin and evolution of the Columbian mammoth.
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Science: Breakthroughs - solutions - concrete
…billionaire Microsoft founder lays out his concerns for the earth and some concrete ideas for the future.
In “How to Avoid a Climate Disaster,” the billionaire Microsoft founder lays out his concerns for the earth and some concrete ideas for the future.
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Science: CANAVERAL - NASA - stunning - newest
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — The world got its first close-up look at a Mars landing on Friday,…
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — The world got its first close-up look at a Mars landing on Friday, as NASA released a stunning picture of its newest rover being lowered onto the dusty red surface…
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Science: NASA’s Perseverance - Lada - tristin - Hopper
The Red Planet has more European junk on it than a Lada dealership
The Red Planet has more European junk on it than a Lada dealership
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Science: Jet Propulsion Laboratory - seven-month
LOS ANGELES — NASA’s Mars rover Perseverance hurtled into the final stretch of its seven-month journey from Earth en…
LOS ANGELES — NASA’s Mars rover Perseverance hurtled into the final stretch of its seven-month journey from Earth en route to a nail-biting landing attempt…
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Science: Ashley - stimulus - fierce - snow
Another fierce storm brought more snow and ice.
Another fierce storm brought more snow and ice. And the IRS says all stimulus payments have been distributed. It's Thursday's news.
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Science: accomplishing - CANAVERAL - riskiest - Martian
…accomplishing the riskiest step yet in an epic quest to…
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — A NASA rover streaked through the orange Martian sky and landed on the planet Thursday, accomplishing the riskiest step yet in an epic quest to bring back rocks th…
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Science: Aerospace Writer - 5-mile-by-4-mile - marcia - Dunn
Almost 50 years after the first casualty at Mars,…
Almost 50 years after the first casualty at Mars, NASA is attempting its hardest Martian touchdown yet
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windmills - civilization - fossil - panels - solar
Solar panels and windmills are not energy sources.
Solar panels and windmills are not energy sources.
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Washington Post - Linda McCoy - adapt - grid
Texas's grid needs to adapt to this reality.
Extreme weather events are actually common. Texas's grid needs to adapt to this reality.
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Science: inequity - frequent - scientific
New research points out the frequent inequity of species’ scientific names
New research points out the frequent inequity of species’ scientific names
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Science: Mars Perseverance - commemorating - seven-month
Krispy Kreme is commemorating the Mars landing of NASA's Perseverance Rover with the special Mars donut.
Krispy Kreme is commemorating the Mars landing of NASA's Perseverance Rover with the special Mars donut. It's only available Thursday, Feb. 18.