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Nearby Planetary System May Have the Right Conditions to Host Life...
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Astronomers researched a planetary system only 35 light-years away that contains rocky exoplanets, and they found that it may have a planet in the habitable

Cell phones and cancer: New UC Berkeley study suggests cell phones sharply increase tumor risk...
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New UC Berkeley research draws a strong link between cell phone radiation and tumors, particularly in the brain.

A Harvard professor says an alien visited in 2017 — and more are coming...
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A Harvard professor says we were visited by an alien life form in 2017 and we should be ready for more.

More than half of Hudson River tidal marshes were created accidentally by humans...
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In a new study of tidal marsh resilience to sea level rise, geologists observed that Hudson River Estuary marshes are growing upward at a rate two to three times faster than sea level rise, 'suggesting that they should be resilient to accelerated sea

Alien Hunters Discover Mysterious Signal from Proxima Centauri...
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Strange radio transmissions appear to be coming from our nearest star system; now scientists are trying to work out what is sending them

Scientists looking for aliens investigate radio beam 'from nearby star'...
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Tantalising 'signal' appears to have come from Proxima Centauri, the closest star to the sun

Viral spread: Americans paying the price for Thanksgiving...
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The virus could still be incubating in someone who was exposed while traveling home the Sunday after Thanksgiving.

Goodbye CentOS, hello Rocky Linux...
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Red Hat is transforming CentOS into a DevOps-friendly, leading-edge rolling release. Many people liked it just the way it was. Now, CentOS's founder is working on giving them what they want.

With CentOS 8 About To Die, Its Creator Gives Birth To Rocky Linux...
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A few days ago, CentOS Project Governing Board made a surprise announcement as informed by Red Hat team of shifting its full focus from current CentOS Linux to its future CentOS Stream. This simply means, CentOS Linux 8, a rebuild of Red Hat Enterprise Li

Facebook News will pay UK outlets for content in 2021...
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Starting in January, Facebook will pay UK publishers for some - but not all - of their content.

How soon could the IRS send your second stimulus check? Here's a timeline update...
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Congress must meet a certain date in order for a new economic stimulus package to reach you by the end of 2020.

The sun fires off its biggest solar flare in more than 3 years...
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The sun unleashed its most powerful solar eruption in more than three years on Sunday (Nov. 29).

A vintage NASA moon rocket body is officially back in Earth orbit ... for now...
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Scientists think a piece of 1960s space junk has slipped into orbit around Earth. Here's the story of the Centaur rocket body and the Surveyor moon program it powered.

Scientists say most likely number of contactable alien civilisations is 36...
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New calculations come up with estimate for worlds capable of communicating with others

Scientists Discover "Mirror Image" Of Sun & Earth In Deep Space...
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Western researchers have discovered a mysterious exoplanet less than twice the size of Earth orbiting around a distant Sun-like star that could support life, making it the closest analog to the Earth-Sun system.

Surprising Number Of Earth-Like Exoplanets In Milky Way Galaxy Revealed By Study...

A team of astronomers was able to provide an estimate regarding the possible number of exoplanets that have Earth-like qualities within the Milky Way Galaxy. The astronomers based their findings on the data collected by NASA's exoplanet-hunting missio

Tiny Cubesat Detects an Exoplanet...
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A team of MIT researchers have observed a Super-Earth using a CubeSat, making it the smallest satellite to study an exoplanet. The post Tiny Cubesat Detects an Exoplanet appeared first on Universe Today .

New York jobless claims dip, but is it a true reflection of reality?...
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The novel caronavirus economic shutdown is now claiming jobs in wider range of industry sectors

Trump says quarantine for N.Y., N.J. and Connecticut 'not necessary'...
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Trump weighs quarantine on N.Y. area while grim figures show police are hard-hit

Corona coronavirus hiatus: Euro space agency to put Sun, Mars probes in safe mode while boffins swerve pandemic...

Spacecraft instruments switched off after COVID-19 outbreak forces mission control to send workers home ESA will pause on-board operations of its spacecraft exploring our Solar System after sending its mission control center staff home to help contain the

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