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Step-by-step guide on how to photograph the Northern Lights

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A spot on the sun released an explosion that is on its way to Earth and could give us a good chance of catching the northern lights on Saturday . A dazzling atmospheric light show known as the Northern Lights might be visible from parts of New Jersey and NY state, experts say. Read More »

Waste Management in Automotive Market Size, Status, Global outlook 2019 To 2025

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The regional analysis section gives useful information and details related to leading and other geographical markets and shows how they are expected to grow during the forecast period. Geographically this report covers all the major manufacturers from India, China , USA, UK, and Japan. The report inspects most undeniable market players close by their fundamental information, for instance, contact focal points, bargains, product determinations, and bits of the general business. Read More »

Drilling Waste Management Market to Flourish due to Intense Research and Development

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The global Waste Plastic Recycling market is valued at xx million US$ in 2018 is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, growing at a CAGR of xx % during 2019-2025. The analyzed data on the Electronic Waste market help you put up a brand within the industry while competing with the giants. Waste Recycling Services (Volume, Value and Sales Price) table defined for each geographic region defined. Read More »

Northern Lights May Be Seen This Far South

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Would rather see the northern lights from the comfort of your own warm couch? There will be a patchy frost where skies clear. The Met Office said yesterday there was a "moderate" chance of seeing the sky light up in fabulous colours but according to Service Aurora , the green belt failed to dip far below the south coast of Iceland. Read More »

NASA astronauts embark on spacewalk at International Space Station

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Astronauts conducted a similar battery swap in 2017. The spacewalk will be the first for the two astronauts. "They're not going to hold as much charge when it comes to putting loads on them". That means NASA will still have half the process left after this month. Friday's spacewalk was the first of three planned excursions to replace batteries and perform other maintenance. Read More »

Small solar storm headed to Earth today

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Remember a few years ago when the northern lights could be seen from the Blue Ridge Parkway? They are also known as aurora borealis and they are best seen in the north of Norway but we may get a chance to see them in Ireland this weekend. Read More »

Court blocks oil and gas drilling in Wyoming over climate change

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The BLM must include in the redone reviews the effects of each new oil well on overall emissions in the USA, including the pumped oil's downstream effects, Contreras's ruling said. While the leases in Utah weren't covered by the ruling, the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance (SUWA) says that Contreras' judgment opens an avenue to challenge leases issued in Utah. Read More »

Historic flooding takes over the Midwest

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The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said water was also flowing over several other levees, including one near Missouri's Bean Lake. "It's already not looking good downstream for the middle and lower Mississippi and Missouri (rivers) into Kansas, Mississippi and Missouri", Bob Oravec, a meteorologist with the NWS's Weather Prediction Center, said early Wednesday. Read More »

Supermoon 'meteor' over Los Angeles turns out to be a bold stunt

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Others shared what they saw over the downtown area. A closer video showed the base jumpers in their wingsuits flying by, leaving a trail of sparks. KABC in Los Angeles reported that the production was carried out by Red Bull and it involved wingsuit flyers. The wingsuit divers donned suits outfitted with LED lights and pyrotechnics, as seen here on Jon Devore. Read More »

Elon Musk shows off fiery SpaceX Starship heatshield test

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In live performance with South Texas" Cameron County, SpaceX has formally scheduled the primary severe take a look at - requiring short-term highway closures - of its Starship prototype, unofficially nicknamed "Starhopper' in gentle of its final objective of performing low-altitude, low-velocity hop assessments. Read More »

Marine Biologists Pull 88 Pounds of Plastic from Whale's Stomach

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However, despite these efforts, the whale returned to shallow waters where its condition further deteriorated and eventually died. "I was not prepared for the amount of plastic", Blatchley said. Upon his arrival at the scene, Blatchley noticed that the whale showed signs of emaciation and dehydration. According to a 2017 study from the environmental group Ocean Conservancy, more than half of that waste comes from just five countries in East and Southeast Asia - China, Indonesia, the ... Read More »

England could face water shortages within 25 years

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The CEO added: "We need water wastage to be as socially unacceptable as blowing smoke in the face of a baby or throwing your plastic bags into the sea". "We have not built a new reservoir in the United Kingdom for decades, largely because clearing all the planning and legal hurdles necessary is so hard and local opposition so fierce ", he explained. Read More »

NASA Reveals Big Surprises About Asteroid Bennu

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OSIRIS-Rex's sample will help us answer some of the biggest questions about where we come from'. Bennu has been an exciting learning experience for NASA that drives home how little we know about asteroids. Instead of a smooth surface sprinkled with a few large boulders, scientists discovered a rough, rocky planetoid spewing plumes of dust and gravel. The space rock has much more - and quite larger - boulders than NASA had expected, forcing the team to adjust its planned sample collection ... Read More »

The 'Full Worm Supermoon' marks the start of spring this week

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The insane thing with all this is the "full " happens on Wednesday at 8:43 p.m. local time. "The moon becomes full only a few hours later at 9:43 pm EDT". Put these two things together and you get the "super worm equinox moon". Full moons in March have many names, including some drawn from Native American customs. Read More »

NASA reveals secret city-killing METEOR hit Earth

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It was the largest air blast since another meteor hurtled into the atmosphere over Chelyabinsk, in Russia's south-west, six years ago, and the second largest in the past 30 years. "That's another thing we have in our defense, there's plenty of water on the planet". Military surveillance satellites picked up on the blast as it happened, and NASA was notified of the event by the US Air Force. Read More »

Students around the world go on climate strike

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The movement began in Europe by Swedish activist Greta Thunberg . In Delhi, one of the world's most polluted cities, 200 students took part in a colorful protest, waving ribbons, juggling and performing stunts with hoops. Since then, she has been missing lessons most Fridays to stage her regular protests. Thousands of teens in Australia are on strike due to global warming . Read More »

Soyuz spacecraft lifts off with three astronauts for ISS

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Both men escaped unharmed. Speaking at a news conference in Baikonur, Ovchinin said a small fault had been discovered in their Soyuz-FG launch vehicle on Tuesday, but had been fixed. The trio welcomed the first commercially built capsule - the SpaceX Crew Dragon - to dock with the station in the early hours of March 2 . "And that is cooperating among partners and making things that are very hard look easy". Read More »

Researchers Expose Supplementary Proof For Enormous Solar Storms

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The analysis revealed the storm was 10 times more powerful than anything that has hit in the last 70 years - when scientists began monitoring solar storms. Electrical grids, various communication infrastructure, satellites, and air traffic can all be floored by such storms. In modern times, large solar storms led to widespread power outages in Quebec in 1989 and Sweden in 2003 - but those storm, scientists say, pale in comparison to the one that occurred more than 2,600 years ago. Read More »

Mars Opportunity Rover's Parting Shot Was a Beautiful Panorama

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There was little NASA could do to save the Opportunity rover once the dust storm on Mars swallowed almost the entire planet. It shows the vehicle's final resting place in Perseverance Valley located in Endurance Crater's western rim. After eight months of effort and sending more than a thousand commands in an attempt to restore contact with the rover, NASA declared Opportunity's mission complete on February 13, 2019. Read More »

NASA's new rocket won't be ready for moon shot next year

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In Bridenstine's published statement today, he summarizes: "Beginning with a series of small commercial delivery missions to the Moon as early as this year, we will use new landers, robots and eventually humans by 2028 to conduct science across the entire lunar surface". Read More »

JAXA, Toyota to develop manned lunar rover

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Toyota's announcement of the agreement is somewhat vague in its language, noting that the company and JAXA now have an agreement to "consider the possibility of collaborating on global space exploration". Meanwhile, the moon has a complex terrain with craters, cliffs, and hills. The vehicle will be sent separately from the humans that will ride in it and will meet the astronauts once they arrive on the moon. Read More »

Historic test flight for Space X Crew Dragon

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EST approximately 230 miles off the coast of Cape Canaveral , Florida . "Today's successful, splashdown of the SpaceX Demo-1 Crew Dragon capsule after its mission to the ISS marked another milestone in a new era of human spaceflight", NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine wrote in a tweet . Read More »

Renewables to produce more power than fossil fuels by 2030 - United Kingdom government

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Britain wants offshore wind farms to provide one third of the country's electricity by 2030, the government announced Thursday, at a time when its nuclear energy ambitions are stumbling. See Crown Estate & Crown Estate Scotland release new seabed land from 2019 for new offshore wind developments. The move aims to reduce the cost of projects through the next decade so that by 2030, wind farms will be more affordable in a subsidy-free environment. Read More »

Weighing the Milky Way

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The large discrepancies between the mass estimates arose mainly from the different methods used for measuring the distribution of dark matter - the elusive material which makes up about 90 percent of the mass of the galaxy. This particular image of NGC 6052 was taken using the Wide Field Camera 3 on the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. Now, scientists have solved one of the riddle of the Milky Way's weight by combining fresh data from the Gaia mission and the Hubble Space Telescope. Read More »

Israel’s 1st spacecraft en route to Moon takes Earth selfie

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In the image, we could see only a part of the spacecraft and full Earth. And alongside the planet Earth - when the photo was snapped, it showed Australia - the picture includes a plaque installed on the spacecraft that shows an Israeli flag and the words "Am Yisrael Chai" and "Small Country, Big Dreams". Read More »

SpaceX Dragon: ISS astronaut taxi faces ‘MOST DANGEROUS’ test yet on re-entry

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Little Earth and the cargo will stay on the space station, while Ripley is headed back home on Crew Dragon. Elon Musk, the CEO of United States private aerospace manufacturer SpaceX, called Russia's rocket engineering "excellent" and said the country's rocket engines are the best now flying, also suggesting that the reusable version of Russia's Angara rocket would be "great ". Read More »

Nasa astronauts to carry out first all-female spacewalk

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NASA astronauts Anne McClain and Christina Koch will be making the historic Expedition 59 on the International Space Station (ISS) later this month on March 29th. Nasa astronauts Anne McClain and Christina Koch will follow in the footsteps of Soviet cosmonaut Svetlana Savitskaya , the first woman to walk in space nearly 35 years ago. Read More »

Been here, done that -SpaceIL sends its first selfie from space

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The picture, taken 37,600 km from Earth, shows the Israeli flag and the inscription with " Am Yisrael Hai " (the People of Israel Live) in Hebrew and the inscription "Small Country, Big Dreams" in English. The Beresheet lander, which is the size of a dishwasher and takes its name from the Hebrew phrase for "In the Beginning", was built by SpaceIL and Israel Aerospace Industries with almost $100 million in backing from Israeli billionaire Morris Kahn, Las Vegas billionaire Sheldon Adelson ... Read More »