• Ghost particles from outer space: Scientists discover distant source of neutrinos
Ghost particles from outer space: Scientists discover distant source of neutrinos

In research published today in Science , a group of researchers representing more than a dozen scientific projects reported a spectacular celestial event. An artist's conception, based on a real image of the IceCube Lab at the South Pole, a distant source emits neutrinos that are detected below the ice by IceCube sensors.

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  • Eclipse 2018: Supermoon Solar eclipse strike on Friday
Eclipse 2018: Supermoon Solar eclipse strike on Friday

If you do not know about the partial solar eclipse , it is better to get acquainted yourself. Interestingly, the solar eclipse on July 13 will be a rare incident as it will occur on Friday the 13th, which also happens to a date that is considered as a harbinger of bad luck by the conservative Christians.

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  • Cosmic ‘ghost particle’ traced offering new ‘window on the universe’
Cosmic ‘ghost particle’ traced offering new ‘window on the universe’

Fermi was the first telescope to identify enhanced gamma-ray activity from TXS 0506+056 within 0.06 degrees of the IceCube neutrino direction. Klein has had several leadership roles in IceCube and led its publications committee. This muon was special for two reasons. An artist's impression of the IceCube optical module array interactin...

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  • Total lunar eclipse will turn the moon blood red later this month
Total lunar eclipse will turn the moon blood red later this month

A planetary geologist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, Noah Petro said by tallying that the occasion will be additional exceptional for the reason that "This is actually a good eclipse , it is going to be the longest eclipse of this century".

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  • Israeli unmanned spacecraft to land on Moon in 2019
Israeli unmanned spacecraft to land on Moon in 2019

Israel, which is practically synonymous with cutting-edge technology, is finally set to join the very small club of countries who have traveled to the moon. SpaceIL CEO Dr. Ido Anteby revealed the spacecraft's course to the moon during the press event. This is the first time an enterprise, not a country, has gone to the moon at a reasonable cost...

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  • Throne Speech Opens Parliament to Take Action to Help the People
Throne Speech Opens Parliament to Take Action to Help the People

The Tories repeated their promise to order a line-by-line audit of all government spending as part of their efforts to find billions in efficiencies. Thompson also says the ministry is looking into how to replace a $100-million fund earmarked for school repairs that was cut earlier this month. "It makes me, as a parent, more vigilant", she said...

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  • Plan to land Israeli spacecraft on moon
Plan to land Israeli spacecraft on moon

The project culminated in the design of an Israeli lunar probe, which SpaceIL claimed would launch regardless of the contest's outcome. The only entities to have conducted controlled landings on the Moon are the governments of the former Soviet Union, the United States, and China .

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  • Hurricane Chris strengthens to Category 2; producing rough surf, rip currents
Hurricane Chris strengthens to Category 2; producing rough surf, rip currents

The storm will generate unsafe surf conditions and life-threatening rip currents along the North Carolina and mid-Atlantic coasts the next few days as it continues to speed away from the US, forecasters said. It has maximum sustained winds of 70 miles and is moving to the northeast at 35 mph. In the tropics, Hurricane Chris continues to move NE ...

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  • Baldwin Opposes Kavanaugh, Says He Would ‘Turn Back The Clock’ on Women
Baldwin Opposes Kavanaugh, Says He Would ‘Turn Back The Clock’ on Women

Judge Kavanaugh's former law clerks said they're well aware "that women in the workplace still face challenges, inequality, and even harassment". Support for Roe V. Pro-choice activist groups have decried Kavanaugh's nomination as a threat to women's rights. "This appointee will likely rule on whether businesses have a license to discrimin...

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  • Russian cargo ship arrives at International Space Station
Russian cargo ship arrives at International Space Station

The country had positioned to accomplish during headway missions in October 2017 and February of this year but redesigned both in the two day expedition succeeding take off hampering close the orbital-dynamics window needed for uncommonly swift trip.

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  • Discovery of 'First Giant' Dinosaur Is a Huge Evolutionary Finding
Discovery of 'First Giant' Dinosaur Is a Huge Evolutionary Finding

But dinosaurs weren't always giants - during the earlier Triassic period they were mostly chicken-sized critters, and they didn't really grow to be massive until the Jurassic. Like their notorious descendants, they also had elongated necks and tails. It was at least twice as large as the other plant-eaters that shared the warm, savannah environme...

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  • Scientists Discover World’s Oldest Colours From Rocks Beneath Sahara Desert in Africa
Scientists Discover World’s Oldest Colours From Rocks Beneath Sahara Desert in Africa

Pigments taken from the marine black shales of the Taoudeni Basin in Mauritania, West Africa , are reportedly more than 1. 1 billion years old , half a billion years older than any other previously discovered pigments according to Business Insider .

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  • Brett Kavanaugh and the Midterm Effect
Brett Kavanaugh and the Midterm Effect

Not to be outdone, Maryland's junior U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen says Kavanaugh on the court represents a vote for "king-like powers for the president of the United States". Many liberal experts initially dismissed conservative arguments that Congress had exceeded its traditional power to regulate commerce, but those arguments ended up getting...

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  • Researchers film glacier calving massive iceberg in Greenland
Researchers film glacier calving massive iceberg in Greenland

According to the latest predictions, if the Western Antarctic Ice Sheet collapsed it could cause global sea levels to rise by ten feet , overwhelming coastal cities around the world like NY and Abu Dhabi . "Global sea-level rise is both undeniable and consequential". Hopefully, it will help researchers further understand the causes of sea-level...

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  • Battle begins over Trump’s Supreme Court pick
Battle begins over Trump’s Supreme Court pick

President Donald Trump may relish his status as an outsider, but Kavanaugh is anything but. He has ruled on hundreds of cases and contributed to prosecutor Kenneth Starr's report into president Bill Clinton's affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky, which outlined grounds for Clinton's impeachment.

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  • Israel plans to launch moon mission on SpaceX rocket this year
Israel plans to launch moon mission on SpaceX rocket this year

Ido Anteby, CEO of SpaceIL, told a news conference in the Israeli town of Yehud on Tuesday that its probe would be the smallest yet to land on the Moon. In total, the project has cost approximately $95 million. Unlike bigger spacecraft that took four days to reach the moon, the smaller fuel capacity means SpaceIL must take an indirect way, orbiti...

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  • Republican senators are gaslighting Democrats on Trump’s Supreme Court nominee
Republican senators are gaslighting Democrats on Trump’s Supreme Court nominee

John McCain , R-Ariz., at home getting treatment for brain cancer. All four sitting conservatives on the Supreme Court have long-standing ties to the Federalist Society, and Kavanaugh would follow that trend. He's also sided with abortion opponents. Vote now in our weekly survey. She cast one of the decisive votes last summer that helped sink...

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  • Woman bitten by shark while posing for Instagram photo
Woman bitten by shark while posing for Instagram photo

Zarutskie said her past training for surfing and scuba diving quickly kicked in and helped her in the situation. A photo she shared on Instagram showed the bite in action. She's been taking various antibiotics to prevent infection from bacteria, and admitted that she's anxious about how this injury will affect her modeling career.

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  • NASA's Kepler Spacecraft Downloads Science Data before beginning next campaign
NASA's Kepler Spacecraft Downloads Science Data before beginning next campaign

Since May 12th, Kepler has been on its 18 observation campaign, staring at a patch of sky towards the constellation of Cancer it previously studied in 2015. This artist's concept illustrates the two Saturn-sized planets discovered by NASA's Kepler mission. Researchers repurposed the spacecraft by changing its field of view and named this exte...

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  • Airbus Reveals Early Design Of Its Mars Rover
Airbus Reveals Early Design Of Its Mars Rover

Airbus was awarded the $5.2 million contract by the European Space Agency (ESA) to design a concept for a rover that can collect the samples on Mars. The samples will re-enter Earth's atmosphere and land in the US before the end of the next decade. NASA and ESA signed a letter of intent in April 2018 to pursue a Mars Sample Return mission.

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