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The discovery helps scientists piece together the history of Mercury, the closest planet to the sun and one about which we knew very ... "The mission was originally planned to last one year; no one expected it to go for four," said Catherine Johnson ...
The Daily galaxy · 5/8/2015
Earth is heating up lately, but so are Mars, Pluto and other worlds in our solar system, leading some scientists to speculate that a change in the sun’s activity is ... to be the sole culprit of our planet’s current warming trend, scientists say.
Live Science · 3/12/2007
He gave no names. "I have seen with my own eyes federation presidents ... "Does anyone think it's normal that an election for one of the most relevant organizations on the planet can go ahead without a public debate?" he asked in a reference to Blatter's ...
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Surely the argument that the sun doesn't shine all the time cannot be of issue in ... behavior of the powerful established nations is "the survival of the fittest," the planet and its natural resources appear to be more …
Colorado Springs Independent · 5/20/2015
"The environmental issues are big and this is an opportunity to present a David versus Goliath position, the people and the planet ... No!" On the city's popular Alki Beach, just a short distance from the rig, families enjoyed some spring sunshine on ...
gosporttimes.com · 5/18/2015
Trujillo and Sheppard simulated the presence of a super Earth some 23 billion miles from the sun, and their results suggest the super Earth hypothesis is valid. But no telescope is powerful enough to detect such a planet out there. Ramon Brasser ...
PBS · 3/27/2014
Their two primary forms of communication are email and Voxer, which is a voice-messaging system set to a 20-minute delay to mimic actual transmission delays from the Red Planet ... or several days without sun.
Motherboard · 1 day ago
But scientists at the University of East Anglia have made their best estimate for how much longer the Earth will ... However, as the orbits of planets change over time, and as the nature of their stars change over time, no planet is likely to stay in ...
Forbes · ByAlex Knapp · 9/20/2013
We’ve gone from the hula hoop to the Hyperloop; from Midwestern migrants looking for opportunity in the sun to Latinos reaching for the middle class; from the military-industrial complex to the planet’s ... California …
TheSacramento Bee · 5/20/2015
It would harvest biomass from Central Europe, wind energy from all coasts, solar power from around the equator, geothermal from the world’s deep wells, and others — all — of the renewable energy sources all over the …
nextcity.org · 3 hours ago