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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Grey skies fail to dampen festival-goers’ spirits as Rock Bodham kicks off in stylein style today, in spite of cloudy skies and the threat of rain. To send a lin
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
in style today, in spite of cloudy skies and the threat of rain. To send a link to this page you must be logged in. Fifty Miles High drummer Mike Waters on stage atl Rock Bodham. Picture: KAREN BETHELL Committee secretary Callum Ringer said the... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Astronomers have solved the mystery of 'strange signals' that appeared to come from a star 11 light-years awaycolleagues wrote in a release provided to Business Insider. Geostationary sate
Stamford Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
colleagues wrote in a release provided to Business Insider. Geostationary satellites orbit the Earth from about 22,236 miles high, which keeps them hovering over the same exact spot on the planet's surface. At the same time, however, they can... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Astronomers have solved the mystery of 'strange signals' that appeared to come from a star 11 light-years awaycolleagues wrote in a release provided to Business Insider. Geostationary sate
Connecticut Post / Posted 3 days ago
colleagues wrote in a release provided to Business Insider. Geostationary satellites orbit the Earth from about 22,236 miles high, which keeps them hovering over the same exact spot on the planet's surface. At the same time, however, they can... Read more
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The Register
Russia launches non-TERRIFYING satellite that focuses Sun's solar rays onto Earthon Friday that have been deployed over three separate orbits. Mayak is circling
The Register / Posted 7 days ago
on Friday that have been deployed over three separate orbits. Mayak is circling the planet at about 600 kilometres (372 miles) high and will be moving in a pole-to-pole orbit. Mayak is a crowdfunded effort by the Moscow Polytechnic University,... Read more
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Mashable
Just how big is this new, trillion ton Antarctic iceberg, anyway?City. Image: climate central In an email, the group reported that if envision
Mashable / Posted 12 days ago
City. Image: climate central In an email, the group reported that if envisioned as a sphere, the iceberg would stretch 8 miles high, "literally edging into the stratosphere." Aerial video of the crack in the Larsen C Ice Shelf, as seen during... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
North Korea just showed it had a missile that can hit the US — here's what happens nextculmination of a years-long goal — the testing of a missile that he can use to
Stamford Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
culmination of a years-long goal — the testing of a missile that he can use to nuke the US mainland. Flying nearly 1,800 miles high above earth, the missile flew for over 35 minutes before crashing down into the sea, according to David Wright of... Read more
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Connecticut Post
North Korea just showed it had a missile that can hit the US — here's what happens nextculmination of a years-long goal — the testing of a missile that he can use to
Connecticut Post / Posted 20 days ago
culmination of a years-long goal — the testing of a missile that he can use to nuke the US mainland. Flying nearly 1,800 miles high above earth, the missile flew for over 35 minutes before crashing down into the sea, according to David Wright of... Read more
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Business Insider
North Korea just showed it had a missile that can hit the US — here's what happens nextculmination of a years-long goal — the testing of a missile that he can use to
Business Insider / Posted 20 days ago
culmination of a years-long goal — the testing of a missile that he can use to nuke the US mainland. Flying nearly 1,800 miles high above earth, the missile flew for over 35 minutes before crashing down into the sea, according to David Wright of... Read more
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EarthSky
Expect colorful clouds from rocket launchformed through the interaction of barium, strontium and cupric-oxide. The trace
EarthSky / Posted 22 days ago
formed through the interaction of barium, strontium and cupric-oxide. The tracers will be released at altitudes 96 to 124 miles high and pose no hazard to residents along the mid-Atlantic coast. Bottom line: A launch of NASA’s Terrier-Improved... Read more
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New York Post
Russian satellite to be one of the brightest objects in the night skyon a Soyuz 2.1v vehicle July 14 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, IFL
New York Post / Posted 24 days ago
on a Soyuz 2.1v vehicle July 14 from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, IFLScience reported. Once in orbit, about 370 miles high, the satellite will unfurl a giant pyramid-shaped solar reflector to shine brighter than any other star in the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Nasa finally lights up the skies with colourful artificial clouds after several delaysMalemute sounding rocket during lift-off (Terry Zaperach/Nasa) “The tracers wi
Irish Examiner / Posted 25 days ago
Malemute sounding rocket during lift-off (Terry Zaperach/Nasa) “The tracers will be released at altitudes 96 to 124 miles high and pose no hazard to residents along the mid-Atlantic coast.” Sounding rockets have been used since the 1950s to... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Can Airbus bring cheap internet to the world?help bring billions of people who currently lack internet access onto the web.
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 26 days ago
help bring billions of people who currently lack internet access onto the web. OneWeb satellites will orbit about 750 miles high, which is much closer to Earth than current internet-providing satellites. That shorter distance would speed up... Read more
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News 8000
Can Airbus bring cheap internet to the world?help bring billions of people who currently lack internet access onto the web.
News 8000 / Posted 26 days ago
help bring billions of people who currently lack internet access onto the web. OneWeb satellites will orbit about 750 miles high, which is much closer to Earth than current internet-providing satellites. That shorter distance would speed up... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Can Airbus bring cheap internet to the world?help bring billions of people who currently lack internet access onto the web.
KECI Missoula / Posted 26 days ago
help bring billions of people who currently lack internet access onto the web. OneWeb satellites will orbit about 750 miles high, which is much closer to Earth than current internet-providing satellites. That shorter distance would speed up... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Can Airbus bring cheap internet to the world?help bring billions of people who currently lack internet access onto the web.
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 26 days ago
help bring billions of people who currently lack internet access onto the web. OneWeb satellites will orbit about 750 miles high, which is much closer to Earth than current internet-providing satellites. That shorter distance would speed up... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
Can Airbus bring cheap internet to the world?help bring billions of people who currently lack internet access onto the web.
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 26 days ago
help bring billions of people who currently lack internet access onto the web. OneWeb satellites will orbit about 750 miles high, which is much closer to Earth than current internet-providing satellites. That shorter distance would speed up... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Can Airbus bring cheap internet to the world?help bring billions of people who currently lack internet access onto the web.
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 26 days ago
help bring billions of people who currently lack internet access onto the web. OneWeb satellites will orbit about 750 miles high, which is much closer to Earth than current internet-providing satellites. That shorter distance would speed up... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
Can Airbus bring cheap internet to the world?help bring billions of people who currently lack internet access onto the web.
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 26 days ago
help bring billions of people who currently lack internet access onto the web. OneWeb satellites will orbit about 750 miles high, which is much closer to Earth than current internet-providing satellites. That shorter distance would speed up... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Can Airbus bring cheap internet to the world?help bring billions of people who currently lack internet access onto the web.
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 26 days ago
help bring billions of people who currently lack internet access onto the web. OneWeb satellites will orbit about 750 miles high, which is much closer to Earth than current internet-providing satellites. That shorter distance would speed up... Read more
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EarthSky
Expect colorful clouds from rocket launchformed through the interaction of barium, strontium and cupric-oxide. The trace
EarthSky / Posted 27 days ago
formed through the interaction of barium, strontium and cupric-oxide. The tracers will be released at altitudes 96 to 124 miles high and pose no hazard to residents along the mid-Atlantic coast. Bottom line: A launch of NASA’s Terrier-Improved... Read more
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WA Today
Decoding the mystery of the Sun's violent plasma eruptionsplasma called spicules swirl around the surface of the sun. Millions erupt ever
WA Today / Posted 29 days ago
plasma called spicules swirl around the surface of the sun. Millions erupt every moment, spurting solar material some 6,000 miles high at speeds of about 60 miles per second. "These things are very violent," said Bart De Pontieu, a research... Read more
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iol.co.za
One step closer to cheaper, faster internet from spaceaimed at business customers. That venture, known as O3b Networks, now has 12 sa
iol.co.za / Posted 29 days ago
aimed at business customers. That venture, known as O3b Networks, now has 12 satellites in medium orbit, about 5,000 miles high. The company boasts that they are capable of providing speeds of 1 Gbps as fast as Google Fiber with less lag than... Read more
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iol.co.za
One step closer to cheaper, faster Internet from spaceaimed at business customers. That venture, known as O3b Networks, now has 12 sa
iol.co.za / Posted 29 days ago
aimed at business customers. That venture, known as O3b Networks, now has 12 satellites in medium orbit, about 5,000 miles high. The company boasts that they are capable of providing speeds of 1 Gbps as fast as Google Fiber with less lag than... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Beginning the journey |finger at middle age with a seven-mile run — my longest yet. This spring, thou
Rutland Herald / Posted 30 days ago
finger at middle age with a seven-mile run — my longest yet. This spring, though, I found myself struggling to finish two miles. High pollen counts and my asthma weren’t helping — my running buddy actually looked worried when we got to the top of... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Decoding the mystery of the Sun's violent plasma eruptionsplasma called spicules swirl around the surface of the sun. Millions erupt ever
Brisbane Times / Posted a month ago
plasma called spicules swirl around the surface of the sun. Millions erupt every moment, spurting solar material some 6,000 miles high at speeds of about 60 miles per second. "These things are very violent," said Bart De Pontieu, a research... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Decoding the mystery of the Sun's violent plasma eruptions plasma called spicules swirl around the surface of the sun. Millions erupt ever
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a month ago
plasma called spicules swirl around the surface of the sun. Millions erupt every moment, spurting solar material some 6,000 miles high at speeds of about 60 miles per second. "These things are very violent," said Bart De Pontieu, a research... Read more
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The Age
Decoding the mystery of the Sun's violent plasma eruptions plasma called spicules swirl around the surface of the sun. Millions erupt ever
The Age / Posted a month ago
plasma called spicules swirl around the surface of the sun. Millions erupt every moment, spurting solar material some 6,000 miles high at speeds of about 60 miles per second. "These things are very violent," said Bart De Pontieu, a research... Read more
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The Mercury News
Bay Area weather: After heat wave, cooler temperatures FridaySan Jose — was caused by a dome of high-pressure air known as the “Four Corners
The Mercury News / Posted a month ago
San Jose — was caused by a dome of high-pressure air known as the “Four Corners High.” A mountain of dense air at least six miles high and extending from the Texas-New Mexico border to the California-Oregon border and down to Baja, Mexico, blocks... Read more
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Aylesbury Today
Why have our cars suddenly been covered in dust?sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms
Aylesbury Today / Posted a month ago
sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms. This sand then travels for thousands of miles high up in the atmosphere before it is deposited in rain. Over the last week much of the UK has seen temperatures... Read more
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Luton Today
Why have our cars suddenly been covered in dust?sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms
Luton Today / Posted a month ago
sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms. This sand then travels for thousands of miles high up in the atmosphere before it is deposited in rain. Over the last week much of the UK has seen temperatures... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Why have our cars suddenly been covered in dust?sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms
Banbury Guardian / Posted a month ago
sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms. This sand then travels for thousands of miles high up in the atmosphere before it is deposited in rain. Over the last week much of the UK has seen temperatures... Read more
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Thame Gazette
Why have our cars suddenly been covered in dust?sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms
Thame Gazette / Posted a month ago
sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms. This sand then travels for thousands of miles high up in the atmosphere before it is deposited in rain. Over the last week much of the UK has seen temperatures... Read more
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chad
Why have cars across Nottinghamshire suddenly been covered in dust?sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms
chad / Posted a month ago
sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms. This sand then travels for thousands of miles high up in the atmosphere before it is deposited in rain. Over the last week much of the UK has seen temperatures... Read more
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Horncastle Today
Why have cars across Lincolnshire suddenly been covered in dust?sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms
Horncastle Today / Posted a month ago
sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms. This sand then travels for thousands of miles high up in the atmosphere before it is deposited in rain. Over the last week much of the UK has seen temperatures... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Why have cars across Derbyshire suddenly been covered in dust?sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms
Derbyshire Times / Posted a month ago
sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms. This sand then travels for thousands of miles high up in the atmosphere before it is deposited in rain. Over the last week much of the UK has seen temperatures... Read more
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Louth Leader
Why have cars across Lincolnshire suddenly been covered in dust?sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms
Louth Leader / Posted a month ago
sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms. This sand then travels for thousands of miles high up in the atmosphere before it is deposited in rain. Over the last week much of the UK has seen temperatures... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Why have cars suddenly been covered in this mysterious red dust?sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 1 months ago
sees sand in the Sahara Desert get sucked up into the atmosphere by huge storms. This sand then travels for thousands of miles high up in the atmosphere before it is deposited in rain. Over the lat week much of the UK has seen temperatures... Read more
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