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Space junk foils astronomers observing oldest galaxy in the universe

1 hour ago   |   New Scientist

A flash of light in the night sky, thought to have been a burst from a galaxy in the early universe, may actually have been nothing more than a glint from a piece of junk in...
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Asteroid Apophis photographed before its Earth flyby this weekend

Asteroid Apophis photographed before its Earth flyby this weekend

3 hours ago   |   Daily Express

ASTEROID Apophis gas been photographed by astronomers just days before the much feared "God of Chaos" is set to fly by Earth in its last encounter before the 2029 close approach.
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Space weather forecast: Solar storm hits as scientists prepare for heightened activity

Space weather forecast: Solar storm hits as scientists prepare for heightened activity

1 day ago   |   Daily Express

SPACE weather forecast: Another solar storm is set to hit Earth today following the strongest yet of the current solar cycle yesterday, as experts reveal we have entered the...
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Evidence grows for pulsar at the heart of famed supernova remnant

1 day ago   |   Astronomy Now

An artist's impression of a pulsar wind nebula at the heart of the SN 1987A supernova remnant. Image: Chandra : NASA/CXC/Univ. di Palermo/E. Greco; Illustration...
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UK meteor: Fragments of fireball likely made land after hitting Earth at 30,000mph

UK meteor: Fragments of fireball likely made land after hitting Earth at 30,000mph

2 days ago   |   Daily Express

A FIREBALL which boomed over Britain last night may have made landfall, according to researchers who believe segments of the incoming space rock may have dropped around...
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Earth being bombarded by 500km/s solar storm which could affect technology

Earth being bombarded by 500km/s solar storm which could affect technology

2 days ago   |   Daily Express

EARTH is currently being bombarded by a solar storm smashing into our planet at 500 kilometres per second, and experts believe it could possibly cause problems for our technology.
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Asteroid Apophis to pass Earth this week for last time before 2029 close flyby

Asteroid Apophis to pass Earth this week for last time before 2029 close flyby

2 days ago   |   Daily Express

ASTEROID Apophis - the space rock which some scientists believe has a slight chance of hitting Earth - is gearing up for a close approach with our planet this week.
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'The Earth could hear itself think': how birdsong became the sound of lockdown

3 days ago   |   The Guardian

When the pandemic hit, the song of birds offered joy and hope. The author of a new book recalls that glittering spring and explains the science behind bird calls and how to...
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Live coverage: Indian PSLV counting down to launch with 18 satellites

3 days ago   |   Spaceflight Now   |   2 articles

Live coverage of the countdown and launch India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle with Brazil's Amazonia 1 Earth observation satellite and 18 smaller co-passenger payloads. Text...
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Asteroid 7-times size of Big Ben to pass Earth - NASA tracks 'potentially hazardous' rock

Asteroid 7-times size of Big Ben to pass Earth - NASA tracks 'potentially hazardous' rock

5 days ago   |   Daily Express

AN ASTEROID more than seven times bigger than Big Ben's clocktower will make a close, but safe, flyby of Earth next week as NASA's asteroid trackers have confirmed the space...
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Space junk foils astronomers observing oldest galaxy in the universe

A flash of light in the night sky, thought to have been a burst from a galaxy in the early universe, may actually have been nothing more than a glint from a piece of junk in... Read more ...

Yellowstone volcano eruption: What would really happen if super-volcano...

Yellowstone volcano eruption: What would really happen if super-volcano erupted - expert

A YELLOWSTONE volcano eruption is more likely to produce "great big lava flows" than an explosive eruption that could wipe out large swathes of the United States, an expert has... Read more ...

SpaceX Starship launch time: What time will Starship SN10 launch from Boca...

SpaceX Starship launch time: What time will Starship SN10 launch from Boca Chica today?

SPACEX will attempt to launch and land the Starship SN10 today , a month after the fiery crash landing of the Starship SN9 prototype. Find out what time SpaceX intends to... Read more ...

Design Principles for Creating Impactful Entrepreneurship Education for All

Design Principles for Creating Impactful Entrepreneurship Education for All

( “In wide entrepreneurship education,” write Yvette Baggen, Thomas Lans and Judith Gulikers in their essay below, “the messy, uncertain and iterative entrepreneurial process... Read more ...

Consider These 5 Recommended Alternatives For Knee Replacement

Consider These 5 Recommended Alternatives For Knee Replacement

If you are suffering from chronic knee pain and restricted knee mobility, knee replacement surgery might be the most recommended treatment for you. Knee replacement is a... Read more ...

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STAT+: Pharmalittle: A race is on to find alternatives to syringes and...

Good morning, everyone, and welcome to the middle of the week. Congratulations on making it this far, and remember, there are only a few more days until the weekend arrives. So... Read more ...

Asteroid Apophis photographed before its Earth flyby this weekend

Asteroid Apophis photographed before its Earth flyby this weekend

ASTEROID Apophis gas been photographed by astronomers just days before the much feared "God of Chaos" is set to fly by Earth in its last encounter before the 2029 close approach. Read more ...

Mainsail trim: Secrets of a professional sailor

Mainsail trim: Secrets of a professional sailor

Andy Rice talks to expert trimmer, Chris Hosking about the secrets behind mainsail trim and how to make the right tweaks for ultimate performance Good mainsail trim has always... Read more ...

March 2021 Issue of IJFST Published Online

March 2021 Issue of IJFST Published Online

The March 2021 issue of the International Journal of Food Science & Technology has been published online and is freely available to IFST members . To keep up with the latest... Read more ...