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Moonlight challenges Leonid meteor shower maximum on 18 November

Moonlight challenges Leonid meteor shower maximum on 18 November

29 minutes ago   |   Astronomy Now   |   3 articles

For observers in Western Europe and the British Isles, the best prospects for observing a meteor from the Leonid shower occur around the maximum, which is predicted for 11pm...
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Leonid meteor shower 2019: How to watch the stunning meteor shower this weekend

1 hour ago   |   Daily Express   |   3 articles

LEONIDS 2019, the next meteor shower to break out this year will dazzle stargazers this weekend - but how can you watch the display of nature's fireworks?
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Zero gravity made some astronauts' blood flow backwards

1 hour ago   |   New Scientist

Spending time in zero gravity can reverse the flow of a person's blood and lead to clots, as seen in astronauts who spent months on the International Space Station
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NASA asteroid tracker: A 721FT asteroid is barreling towards Earth at more than 30,000MPH

NASA asteroid tracker: A 721FT asteroid is barreling towards Earth at more than 30,000MPH

1 hour ago   |   Daily Express

AN ASTEROID bigger than St Paul's Cathedral in London is barreling towards our planet at speeds of more than 30,000mph, NASA's asteroid trackers have discovered.
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Long-term smokers who start vaping see health benefits within a month

2 hours ago   |   New Scientist

Regular smokers who switch to e-cigarettes saw improved vascular health, potentially reducing the risk of heart attacks
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Eating a keto diet may give some protection against the flu

2 hours ago   |   New Scientist

Giving mice a diet with lots of fat and few carbohydrates seemed to boost certain immune cells, which protected them from the flu
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Ohio Republican Reps. vote unanimously to let students provide WRONG answers for science work

Ohio Republican Reps. vote unanimously to let students provide WRONG answers for science work

2 hours ago   |   Daily Mail

House Bill 164 - called the 'Student Religious Liberties Act' - was passed in the Ohio House on Wednesday and was sponsored by Rep. Timothy Ginter, an ordained minister.
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STAT Plus: Roche buying Promedior for $390 million to develop drugs for fibrotic disease

3 hours ago   |   STAT

The Swiss drug giant Roche has agreed to pay $390 million upfront for a Lexington, Mass., biotech that has developed experimental drugs for fibrotic diseases, including a...
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Leonids 2019: When is the dazzling meteor shower peak? What time to see the meteor shower?

Leonids 2019: When is the dazzling meteor shower peak? What time to see the meteor shower?

3 hours ago   |   Daily Express   |   3 articles

LEONIDS 2019, the annual meteor shower in November, is just around the corner. Here is everything you need to know about when to see the dazzling meteor shower.
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The world's very first vagina museum is set to open in London

The world's very first vagina museum is set to open in London

4 hours ago   |   Daily Mail

The Vagina Museum, situated in Camden Market, London, was the creation of science YouTuber Florence Schechter and will open to the public on November 16.
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Leonids 2019: When is the dazzling meteor shower peak? What time to see the...

Leonids 2019: When is the dazzling meteor shower peak? What time to see the meteor shower?

LEONIDS 2019, the annual meteor shower in November, is just around the corner. Here is everything you need to know about when to see the dazzling meteor shower. Read more ...

SpaceX fires up Crew Dragon thrusters in key test after April explosion

SpaceX fires up Crew Dragon thrusters in key test after April explosion

Eight SuperDraco thrusters fired during a ground test Wednesday at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. Credit: SpaceX SpaceX test-fired the Crew Dragon spacecraft's eight... Read more ...

NASA asteroid tracker: A 721FT asteroid is barreling towards Earth at more...

NASA asteroid tracker: A 721FT asteroid is barreling towards Earth at more than 30,000MPH

AN ASTEROID bigger than St Paul's Cathedral in London is barreling towards our planet at speeds of more than 30,000mph, NASA's asteroid trackers have discovered. Read more ...

Ohio Republican Reps. vote unanimously to let students provide WRONG answers...

Ohio Republican Reps. vote unanimously to let students provide WRONG answers for science work

House Bill 164 - called the 'Student Religious Liberties Act' - was passed in the Ohio House on Wednesday and was sponsored by Rep. Timothy Ginter, an ordained minister. Read more ...

The world's very first vagina museum is set to open in London

The world's very first vagina museum is set to open in London

The Vagina Museum, situated in Camden Market, London, was the creation of science YouTuber Florence Schechter and will open to the public on November 16. Read more ...

Asteroid warning: 1,200 scientists launch campaign to save Earth from deep...

Asteroid warning: 1,200 scientists launch campaign to save Earth from deep space impact

MORE than 1,200 asteroids expert and concerned citizens have launched a campaign today in support of missions to “detect and deflect dangerous asteroids headed towards Earth”. Read more ...

Black hole shock: How scientists found 'clue to universe fate' lurking in...

Black hole shock: How scientists found 'clue to universe fate' lurking in Milky Way

SCIENTISTS are beginning to understand more about the fate of our universe thanks to a “monster” black hole lurking at the centre of the Milky Way, a documentary revealed. Read more ...

Modern day football scouting: art, science or a combination of the two?

Modern day football scouting: art, science or a combination of the two?

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French secret weapon? How exoskeleton will give soldiers ‘super strength' in...

French secret weapon? How exoskeleton will give soldiers ‘super strength' in battle

THE FRENCH ARMY could soon be wearing exoskeletons on the front line in a move that will “multiply soldiers strength” to give them a competitive edge, a documentary revealed. Read more ...

Erratic climate led to downfall of major empire - and it could happen to us

Erratic climate led to downfall of major empire - and it could happen to us

CLIMATE change managed to bring down one of the most powerful empires the world has ever seen - and experts say it should serve as a stark warning for our future. Read more ...