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Exactly when, where and how to see next week's full 'cold moon' rise and then suddenly destroy the Red Planet

Exactly when, where and how to see next week’s full ‘cold moon’ rise and then suddenly destroy the Red Planet

A “Cold Moon” moonrise over downtown Los Angeles against the snow-capped San Gabriel Mountains in December … [+] 29, 2020. CG pictures The last full moon of 2022, the “cold moon”, will be at its best next week when it rises in the east just as the sun sets in the west. For some observers …

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Exactly when, where and how to see next week's full 'cold moon' rise and then suddenly destroy the Red Planet

Exactly when, where and how to see next week’s full ‘cold moon’ rise and then suddenly destroy the Red Planet

A “Cold Moon” moonrise over downtown Los Angeles against the snow-capped San Gabriel Mountains in December … [+] 29, 2020. CG pictures The last full moon of 2022, the “cold moon”, will be at its best next week when it rises in the east just as the sun sets in the west. For some observers …

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Human evolution was not just a score, but how it was played: Research |  Health

Human evolution was not just a score, but how it was played: Research | Health

A group of human DNA sequences that appear to have evolved rapidly after our family line split from that of chimpanzees, but before our split from Neanderthals, have been discovered by a team of Duke scientists. These sequences are thought to be responsible for changes in brain development, digestion and immunity. Compared to our monkey …

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A new Mars exhibit at the Carnegie Science Center examines the Red Planet

A new Mars exhibit at the Carnegie Science Center examines the Red Planet

PITTSBURGH — The late astronomer Carl Sagan once observed that “99 percent of our time on Earth we have been wanderers, and the next place to visit is Mars.” It is probably inevitable that one day man will try to reach the red planet which rises in the skies more than 80 million kilometers away. …

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So far, the Navy has not participated in the Red Hill Sanitation Roundtable

So far, the Navy has not participated in the Red Hill Sanitation Roundtable

Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! The Navy has yet to register for a roundtable convened by state and federal environmental regulators to share information and develop an action plan to address fuel contamination caused by the Navy’s Red Hill fuel facility. , according to the US Environmental Protection Agency. As a …

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New study claims Mars was covered by oceans 984 feet deep 4.5 billion years ago

The red planet was once BLUE: Mars was covered by oceans 300 meters deep 4.5 billion years ago

Now a desolate red desert, a new study has claimed that Mars was once actually mostly blue. While researchers have long agreed that our red neighbor once held water, just how much water it had was a matter of debate. Now a new study has revealed that 4.5 billion years ago Mars was covered in …

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NASA’s daring Artemis 1 “Red Crew” saved the day for the moon launch. Here’s how.

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Not all space heroes wear spacesuits. Sometimes they wear helmets. NASA’s $4.1 billion Space Launch System (SLS) rocket was waiting on Launch Pad 39B here at Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Tuesday, Nov. 15, before launch when sensors detected another fuel leak. Such leaks were the bane of this rocket’s …

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