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Research Oumuamua could be a alien spacecraft according to new scientific study
Author: 0 Oumuamua could be a alien spacecraft according to new scientific study

The object named "Omului" (Oumuamua), which in Hawaiian means "messenger that comes from the distant past", was first spotted in October 2017, the telescope Pan-STARRS 1 in Hawaii. "But we should examine anything that enters the solar system from interstellar space in order to infer the true nature of Oumuamua or other objects of its mysterious population".

Research Coveney and Varadkar reject idea of time-limited backstop
Author: 0 Coveney and Varadkar reject idea of time-limited backstop

There will be an "exit clause" from the customs union in a bid to convince Brexiteers that it is not a permanent arrangement as May looks to secure enough votes to get the deal through parliament, said the paper. The letter, published in London by the Sunday Times , said: "The business community was promised that, if the country voted to leave, there would continue to be frictionless trade with the European Union and the certainty about future relations that we need to invest for the ...

Research NASA Officially Announced The ‘Death’ Of The Kepler Space Telescope
Author: 0 NASA Officially Announced The ‘Death’ Of The Kepler Space Telescope

These data will enable new scientific discoveries for years to come. After completing its primary mission within four years, the spacecraft was repurposed to look at other stars near the zodiacal constellations. October 30 recorded 3,800 known exoplanets and Kepler was accountable for finding 2,720 of them. "We are announcing today that NASA's Kepler telescope, which is hunting for new planets, more than enough fuel".

Research Brazil Elects Self-Styled Right Wing Strongman Jair Bolsonaro
Author: 0 Brazil Elects Self-Styled Right Wing Strongman Jair Bolsonaro

May Boeve, executive director at climate NGO 350.org, warned that a Bolsonaro presidency posed "a real threat to human rights at home and a risk to the momentum for climate action overseas". "This is someone who said that the dictatorship brazilian had not killed enough, he would have had to kill the 30,000 other people, that the police should have the right to shoot suspects, that (the supporters of) the left would have the choice between exile or prison", says Mr.

Research Air inches closer to severe category
Author: 0 Air inches closer to severe category

Expecting a highly polluted Diwali , a pollution task force headed by the CPCB on Friday issued advisories to a Supreme Court-appointed environment body, suggesting closure of industries, construction and intensified traffic regulation between November 1 and 10.

Research This iceberg looks like a flawless rectangle
Author: 0 This iceberg looks like a flawless rectangle

A big crack in Antarctica's crumbling Larsen C ice shelf caused the huge iceberg to break free in July 2017. The tabular iceberg appears to be floating, but it's unknown how much of it lies below. These are flat and long and form by splitting away from the edges of ice shelves. It's also likely that this iceberg isn't the ideal cube it appears to be in the photograph.

Research Man killed in Florida home by fallen tree during Hurricane Michael
Author: 0 Man killed in Florida home by fallen tree during Hurricane Michael

The hurricane is forecast to hit the Florida Panhandle at a possible category 4 storm. Hurricane Michael wreaked havoc in Florida on October 10. Louisiana was sending dozens of emergency personnel, along with boats, ambulances and other equipment to Florida to help with the response to Michael .

Research Catastrophic damage as Michael releases ‘HELL’ on Florida
Author: 0 Catastrophic damage as Michael releases ‘HELL’ on Florida

South in 2005. Hurricane Michael is on track to be the strongest hurricane to hit the USA in 50 years, and the third strongest ever. Based on wind speed, Michael is the fourth-strongest US -landfalling hurricane, behind Andrew, Camille in 1969, and the biggest one of all, an unnamed 1935 Labor Day storm that had winds of 184 miles per hour.

Research Evacuations ordered as Hurricane Michael speeds toward Florida
Author: 0 Evacuations ordered as Hurricane Michael speeds toward Florida

The National Hurricane Center has warned that a "life-threatening" storm surge is likely to strike the Panhandle. Data from an Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunter aircraft indicate that maximum sustained winds have increased to near 75 miles per hour with higher gusts.

Research Florida, Alabama bracing for 'monstrous' Hurricane Michael
Author: 0 Florida, Alabama bracing for 'monstrous' Hurricane Michael

Hurricane Michael is expected to hit the Florida panhandle as a major storm on Wednesday afternoon (Oct. 10) - and US weather satellites are busy watching the storm to help meteorologists keep people safe. The governor has also warned that there is a "significant" chance of tornadoes. Michael was forecast to have the power to uproot trees, block roads and knock out power for days by the time it hits Florida on Wednesday .

Research Nobel Prize in Physics awarded to American, Canadian, French scientists
Author: 0 Nobel Prize in Physics awarded to American, Canadian, French scientists

Dr Strickland, along with Arthur Ashkin , from the USA and Gérard Mourou , from France, were awarded the prize on Tuesday "for groundbreaking inventions in the field of laser physics". Millions of eye operations are performed every year with the sharpest of laser beams . Dr Ashkin, 96, is the oldest ever prize victor. The 59-year-old Guelph, Ont., native made the discovery while completing her PhD at the University of Rochester in NY and will share half of the US$1.01-million prize with ...

Research Hurricane Rosa heads for Baja, Southwestern US
Author: 0 Hurricane Rosa heads for Baja, Southwestern US

Hurricane Rosa is preparing to dump rain on northwest Mexico and the U.S. Southwest, the National Hurricane Center said. Rosa weakened from a Category 4 storm earlier in the day. A southerly ocean swell originating from Hurricane Rosa is expected to arrive later Saturday, officials said. It is expected to become a tropical storm by late Sunday as it heads northeast toward the Baja California peninsula.

Research What is a tropical storm, and other weather terms explained
Author: 0 What is a tropical storm, and other weather terms explained

Kirk is expected to approach Barbados and the northern Windward Islands later Thursday and move into the eastern Caribbean Sea by Friday morning. "My staff and I are working closely with our partners at the National Weather Service located in San Juan, PR to ensure we receive real-time updates on the progress of Tropical Storm Kirk ", Ms.

Research Kirk downgraded to tropical depression
Author: 0 Kirk downgraded to tropical depression

No coastal warnings are watches have been issued for the storm. The center of the system was about 1070 miles west-southwest of the southernmost Cabo Verde Islands. Pee Dee and Waccamaw rivers are expected to overflow at Winyah Bay where they meet before the week is out. With upper-level winds increasing by Tuesday and Wednesday, though, that will start to limit the chances for development.

Research When will it end? Florence's floodwaters rising in Carolinas
Author: 0 When will it end? Florence's floodwaters rising in Carolinas

The state is also the nation's second leading producer of hogs, with more than 2,100 farms that raise about 9 million hogs each year, according to the North Carolina Pork Council . "I'm still hopeful", said Lynn about his home which now has water up to the front step. The water has receded in some places but as it moves downstream, officials say, thousands of people could be in danger until next week.

Research Texoma Red Cross volunteers on standby
Author: 0 Texoma Red Cross volunteers on standby

The Red Cross Relief Doughnut is a strawberry shortcake donut, made with local strawberries from Hurricane Creek Farms, topped with vanilla icing. The American Red Cross is holding at disaster-relief telethon Monday until 8 p.m. While on site, the volunteers could do a number of things, from feeding people to serving as case workers. "We know everybody's hearts are in the right place", said Spartanburg County South Carolina Emergency Management Director Doug Bryson.

Research Fly to the Moon with the CEO of ZOZO
Author: 0 Fly to the Moon with the CEO of ZOZO

The last time astronauts orbited-not landed-on the moon was during the Apollo 13 mission in 1970. I want to share this experience and things. Maezawa has not yet chosen the artists who will accompany him and will be looking at top candidates from a wide range of disciplines, including painters, musicians, fashion designer, photographers, filmmakers, and architects.

Research Hurricane Florence’s death toll rises as floodwaters overwhelm region
Author: 0 Hurricane Florence’s death toll rises as floodwaters overwhelm region

One person was killed when Florence spawned at least 16 tornadoes on Monday in Virginia, where dozens of buildings were destroyed, the National Weather Service reported . Roads are being cleared and the landfill is open to accept storm refuse. The sheer amount of water has caused rivers to overflow their banks, making roads impassable and flooding entire neighborhoods, leaving hundreds of thousands trapped.

Research Storm Florence: The impact in numbers
Author: 0 Storm Florence: The impact in numbers

Florence was moving west-southwest at about 5 miles per hour (7 km/h), with its center located over eastern SC. "If those shelters fill up, we will establish more shelters", Cooper said. As the remnants of the storm begin to accelerate, it is expected to spark heavy rainfall and renewed flood risks in areas from southern Virginia into the Appalachians, meteorologists warn.

Research In US beach resort, residents seek shelter from the storm
Author: 0 In US beach resort, residents seek shelter from the storm

The outer bands of the cyclone drenched the Carolinas on Thursday, flooding roads and knocking out power in an ominous glimpse of the damage it could inflict when it makes landfall on Friday. Millions were expected to lose power from the storm and restoration could take weeks. Of those who left, more than 4,000 had sought housing at emergency shelters across the state.

Research Hurricane Florence starts battering US East Coast
Author: 0 Hurricane Florence starts battering US East Coast

Several million people could lose power by the time Florence sloshes its way through the state. More than 80,000 people were already without power as the storm began buffeting the coast, and more than 12,000 were in shelters. "Corn harvest ranges 75 percent in the east to just beginning in the west", said Steve Troxler, the state's agricultural commissioner. We probably will be getting heavy winds and rain for the next few days.

Research Over 722,000 without power as Florence batters Carolinas
Author: 0 Over 722,000 without power as Florence batters Carolinas

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol says that as the hurricane hit the coast overnight, officers "responded to 108 calls for service and 30 collisions". By early afternoon, Florence's winds had weakened to 75 miles per hour, just barely a hurricane and well below the storm's terrifying Category 4 peak of 140 miles per hour earlier in the week.