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The Indian Express
NASA's first mission to Sun in 2018: Details to be revealed on May 31The Indian ExpressNASA's will soon make announcement about their first mission to fly directly towards the Sun's atmosphere on Wednesday, May 31 from the University of Chicago. NASA's Solar Probe Plus space mission will take place in the year 2018, according to the ...NASA's first ever mission to 'touch the Sun': US space agency to make big announcement this weekZee NewsNasa to hold major press conference on first mission 'to touch the sun'The IndependentNASA Is Going To The SunRefinery29Daily News & Analysis -ScienceAlert -9NEWS.com -International Business Times, India Editionall 99 news articles »
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NDTV
Australia's Great Barrier Reef Bleaching Worse Than First ThoughtNDTVThe 2,300-kilometre (1,400-mile) World Heritage-listed Great Barrier reef suffered its most severe bleaching on record last year due to warming sea temperatures during March and April. World | Agence France-Presse | Updated: May 29, 2017 11:01 IST.Great Barrier Reef can no longer be saved, Australian experts concedeThe IndependentGreat Barrier Reef damage worse than thought: studyIndia TodayGreat Barrier Reef bleaching even worse than first thoughtNew AtlasDeutsche Welle -AOL UK -GQ India -Science Timesall 22 news articles »
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RT
Rare frog's 'exposed heart' makes scientists skip a beat (VIDEO)RTA new species of frog has been discovered in Ecuador, with researchers marvelling at its translucent skin and “completely exposed heart.” Named Hyalinobatrachium yaku, the amphibian's trippy features have been detailed in a study led by Juan Guayasamin ...Newly-discovered frog has visible heartNew AtlasNew Glassfrog Species Discovered in EcuadorSci-News.comIncredible new Amazon glass frog is so transparent you can see its beating heartZME ScienceSiliconrepublic.com -The Hindu -All India Roundup -I4U Newsall 14 news articles »
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Hamilton Spectator
How did whales get so big? Paleontologists say they've figured it out.Hamilton SpectatorIn this photo taken July 9, 2014, humpback whales feed at the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary off Cape Cod near Provincetown, Mass. A new study explains how the baleen whale family, which includes humpback whales, grew seemingly ...Why are whales so gigantic? Scientists solve whale of a mysteryIndia TodayBlue whales weren't always the giants they are todayAOLall 3 news articles »
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The Asian Age
Cyclones, ammonia river found on JupiterThe Asian AgeScientists hope to learn how the storm maintains itself and if a mass of material underlies the churning clouds. Juno found cyclones as big as 1,400km in diameter swirling over Jupiter's north and south poles, the research published in this week's ...Juno is Ready to Tell Us What it Found at JupiterUniverse TodayNASA's Juno Reported Back, and Things Are Getting WeirdFuturismFirst Picture of Jupiter Rings Taken from Inside ExhibitedPrensa LatinapppFocus -AppsforPCdailyall 9 news articles »
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CBC.ca
Climate change contributing to urban 'heat islands' raising costs for citiesCBC.caHeat trapped by dark-coloured roads and buildings will more than double cities' costs for tackling global warming this century by driving up energy demand to keep citizens cool and by aggravating pollution, scientists said on Monday. The "urban heat ...'Heat island' effect could double climate change costs for world's citiesPhys.Org'Heat Islands' Double the Cost of Climate Change in the World's Largest CitiesSeekerClimate Change Will Cost Cities Twice as Much Thanks to Heat Island EffectInverseThe Independent -Daily Mail -International Business Times -Energy Voiceall 10 news articles »
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Zee News
Chinese space telescope to observe 'big eaters'Zee NewsWhen a black hole swallows too much, the excess matter is converted into two jet-flows perpendicular to the accretion disk of the black hole, which is like a glutton with a bloated belly belching. . IANS| Last Updated: Tuesday, May 30, 2017 - 00:45 ...and more »
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Zee News
Climate change may make cities 8 degrees Celsius hotter by year 2100, say researchers!Zee NewsThe projection is based on the worst-case-scenario assumption that emissions of planet-warming greenhouse gases continue to rise throughout the 21st century. . By Zee Media Bureau | Last Updated: Tuesday, May 30, 2017 - 00:22. Comment. 0. Comment.and more »
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European Extremely Large Telescope Construction InauguratedNDTVChilean President Michelle Bachelet inaugurated the construction of the world's largest optical and infrared telescope, to be located at the Paranal Observatory in the Antofagasta region. "Here in the Atacama Desert, one of the most symbolic places of ...World's first infrared telescope to decode universe mysteriesBusiness StandardWorld's first 'super telescope' to aid astronomers in search for alien lifeMirror.co.ukConstruction begins on world's first 'super telescope'Daily MailBABW News -Designboom -Livemint -New Atlasall 79 news articles »
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TechDigg
Jupiter Gives Scientists New Info That May Tell Us Where It Came FromTechDiggJupiter is an extraordinary planet in our solar system. It's the world that manages to use its massive size to keep Earth safe from many harms and dangers in the universe. Whenever an asteroid is passing by, usually, Jupiter would take care of the ...Jupiter's interior and deep atmosphere: The initial pole-to-pole passes with the Juno spacecraft | ScienceScienceA Whole New Jupiter: First Science Results from NASA's Juno Mission | NASANASANews | A Whole New Jupiter: First Science Results from NASA's Juno Mission - JPLJPL - NASAall 108 news articles »
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