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2015/01/27 15:39
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Lightning illuminates the area it strikes on Earth but the flash can be seen from space, too. This image was taken from 400 km above Earth in 2012 by an astronaut on the International Space Station...
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2015/01/27 13:39
2015/01/27 13:39
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On 24 January 2015, Meteosat-7 becomes the longest-serving operational satellite in EUMETSAT history, clocking up 17 years of monitoring the weather from space. Friday, 23 January 2015 - When it was...
2015/01/27 08:18
2015/01/27 08:18
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NUEVA YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Samuel & Stein y Pelton & Associates, P.C., estudios jurídicos establecidos en Nueva York que se especializan en proteger los derechos de los trabajadores en ESA ciudad,...
2015/01/27 00:49
2015/01/27 00:49
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The history-making Rosetta probe yields its first findings about comets, how they behave and where they come from. Scientists analysing data from Europe’s comet-orbiting Rosetta spacecraft have...
2015/01/27 00:15
2015/01/27 00:15
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On May 25, 1961, President John F. Kennedy announced before a special joint session of Congress the dramatic and ambitious goal of sending an American safely to the Moon before the end of the...
2015/01/26 17:42
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Orbiting and flyby probes have provided astronomers with a lot of information about the "surface" of the outer planets and the moons that orbit those planets. However, probing deep within their...
2015/01/26 17:39
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Suspicions that shooting stars come from comet dust, transformed into fiery streaks as they hit Earth's atmosphere, have been bolstered by Europe's Rosetta space mission, scientists reported...
2015/01/26 17:13
2015/01/26 17:13
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Like some, though not all, of the top U.S. orchestras, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra always has been more comfortable glorying in its past than embracing its future. True to form, the CSO will...
2015/01/26 17:13
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By Tomasz Nowakowski Asteroid 2004 BL86, slated to swoosh by Earth on Jan. 26, is the largest known body to pass near our home planet until 2027. But there's no need to panic as the astronomers...
2015/01/26 14:23
2015/01/26 14:23
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A twinkle in the eye of a STORM: Stunning images from space capture lightning in the centre of tropical cyclone Bansi An Italian astronaut on the ISS captured images of tropical cyclone Bansi raging...
2015/01/26 12:39
2015/01/26 12:39
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Since 2002, ESA's Integral spacecraft has been observing some of the most violent events in the Universe, including gamma-ray bursts and black holes. While it still has years of life ahead, its fuel...
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2015/01/26 09:45
2015/01/26 09:45
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Ibu Mega yang baik, apa kabar? Pertama-tama izinkan saya mengucapkan selamat ulang tahun. Di usia Ibu yang terhitung matang ini, Ibu masih terlihat seperti dulu. Tapi tentu saja bukan soal wajah Ibu...
2015/01/26 06:27
2015/01/26 06:27
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Violent heart of the Milky Way exposed Monday, 26 January 2015 StarStuff image of the week, by Stuart Gary Looking into the heart of the Milky Way (Source:...
2015/01/26 02:43
2015/01/26 02:43
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In its submission to a Commons select committee inquiry intobenefit sanctions policy, Taxpayers Against Poverty (TAP) says that the income of the unemployed "has been shredded by central government,...
2015/01/24 17:28
2015/01/24 17:28
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If you miss seeing Comet Lovejoy this time, don't worry – it'll be back in 8,000 years(Wikipedia) Amateur astronomers are enjoying their final opportunity to witness Comet Lovejoy before it vanishes...
2015/01/24 14:44
2015/01/24 14:44
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There is a new kind of poverty in Britain. It is made by politicians, and could easily be ended by politicians. The people enduring this government-enforced poverty are not on low incomes: they have...
2015/01/24 14:39
2015/01/24 14:39
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Final attempt to hunt for missing comet lander In its final attempt to find the missing comet lander, scientists at the European Space Agency (ESA) are deliberating to send Rosetta spacecraft, which...
2015/01/23 18:22
2015/01/23 18:22
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This combination of images made by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope in 2002 and 2003 shows Pluto at different angles. NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is nearing the end of its nine-year voyage to Pluto,...
2015/01/23 17:58
2015/01/23 17:58
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Circular Economy Package will be binned - what's next? 23 January 2015, source edie newsroomThe European Commission's decision to scrap the widely-favoured Circular Economy Package has been...
2015/01/23 17:42
2015/01/23 17:42
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The current issue of Science magazine features a section dedicated to the latest results from the European Rosetta mission to comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The lead authors of three of the eight...
2015/01/27 15:39
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