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Scientists say most likely number of contactable alien civilisations is 36...
New calculations come up with estimate for worlds capable of communicating with others
By ceres on 2020-06-17 04:19 UTC
Scientists Discover "Mirror Image" Of Sun & Earth In Deep Space...
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.
By ceres on 2020-06-17 04:00 UTC
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
By ceres on 2020-06-17 03:58 UTC
Tiny Cubesat Detects an Exoplanet...
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 .
By ceres on 2020-06-17 03:57 UTC
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
By ceres on 2020-04-10 07:43 UTC
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
By ceres on 2020-03-29 02:35 UTC
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
By ceres on 2020-03-26 06:34 UTC
NASA Pauses Work on James Webb Space Telescope Due to COVID-19 Pandemic...
The launch is still currently on the books for approximately one year from now, but any this delay will likely push the launch back yet again The post NASA Pauses Work on James Webb Space Telescope Due to COVID-19 Pandemic appeared first on ExtremeTech .
By ceres on 2020-03-23 18:31 UTC
How Fox News host Tucker Carlson sounded the alarm on COVID-19...
It’s a sharp turn from the attitude of its prominent conservative opinion hosts on the network such as Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham, who earlier in the month were saying the COVID-19 outbreak was being overplayed by the media and used as a political weapon by Democrats against President Trump.
By ceres on 2020-03-21 20:55 UTC
Second Fox Business Employee Tests Positive For Coronavirus...
A second Fox Business staffer has tested positive for the coronavirus, the company said Saturday in an internal memo obtained by Deadline. "We just learned a short time ago that another one o...
By ceres on 2020-03-21 20:50 UTC
GameStop claims to be 'essential retail' during coronavirus lockdowns...
It's never been better to be a gamer. Video game retail giant GameStop called itself "essential retail" in a memo to employees, instructing them to keep stores open — despite local governments nationwide issuing lockdowns amid the corona
By ceres on 2020-03-20 02:48 UTC
AT&T is suspending broadband data caps for home internet customers due to coronavirus...
AT&T is suspending the broadband data caps for home internet customers due to the coronavirus' effect on the American workplace. With so many people now working from home, there's sure to be a massive uptick in data usage due to teleconferencing a
By ceres on 2020-03-12 22:24 UTC
A Beijing Hospital Confirms Covid-19 Attacks Central Nervous System...
A Beijing Hospital Confirms Covid-19 Attacks Central Nervous System Via CNTechPost.com, Beijing Ditan Hospital affiliated to the Capital Medical University said on March 4 that the first patient with novel coronavirus pneumonia complicated with encephalit
By ceres on 2020-03-05 17:36 UTC
Starbucks REFUSING to serve customers with reusable mugs due to coronavirus...
Starbucks is temporally refusing to serve customers who bring in their own reusable mugs over fears that they may be spreading coronavirus The post Starbucks REFUSING to serve customers with reusable mugs due to coronavirus appeared first on The Post Mill
By ceres on 2020-03-05 17:32 UTC
NY Facing Worst Flu Season On Record With Second-Highest Weekly Cases In 20 years...
Step aside, coronavirus. Flu cases across New York during the flu season may set a record-high level, according to the State Department of Health, which classified flu activity as "widespread" for the 11th straight week. There were 17,233 laborato
By ceres on 2020-03-05 17:28 UTC
1,000 Who May Have Been Exposed To Coronavirus Are Quarantining In Westchester...
About 1,000 people in Westchester County who may have been exposed to the coronavirus are being quarantined or self-quarantined to combat the rapid spread of coronavirus after a 50-year-old attorney from New Rochelle was hospitalized with the virus. The q
By ceres on 2020-03-05 17:27 UTC
'Disturbing' black rain reported falling over parts of Japan...
Soot-coloured rainwater was reported falling on several wards in Saitama Prefecture in Japan, on 2 March. Many fearful citizens took to Twitter using #blackrain to discover the reason.
By ceres on 2020-03-05 17:26 UTC
This astronomy student found 17 new exoplanets -- and one is potentially habitable...
Michelle Kunimoto has a knack for finding exoplanets, or planets that orbit stars outside of our solar system.
By ceres on 2020-03-05 02:01 UTC
Asteroid Dust Triggered an Explosion of Life on Earth 466 Million Years Ago...
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A distant, long-ago asteroid collision may have triggered an ice age and a burst of new life on Earth, according to new research.
By ceres on 2019-09-18 20:06 UTC
Mysterious object from interstellar space 'approaching our solar system'...
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A MYSTERIOUS object from deep space is fizzing towards the Solar System and scientists have no idea what it is. Dubbed "C/2019 Q4", the high-speed body appears to be on a path originating from another star system that will see it fire past Mars in
By ceres on 2019-09-12 20:54 UTC
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