Sunday , 23 April 2017

Category: TECHNOLOGIES

NASA providing 1st live 360-degree view of launch to space station

By The Associated Press Want the world's best, up-close view of a rocket launch without being right there on site? For the first time, cameras will provide a live, immersive video ...

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NASA provides 1st live 360-degree view of launch to space station

By The Associated Press Want the world's best, up-close view of a rocket launch without being right there on site? For the first time, cameras will provide a live, immersive video ...

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Giant sea scorpions used serrated tail spines to slay prey, Edmonton study finds

By Wallis Snowdon Ancient sea scorpions, which once crawled the primordial seas, used serrated, slashing tail spines to overpower their prey, new research from the University of A ...

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Disgraced lab worker's actions could see Mass. dismiss thousands of cases

By The Associated Press District attorneys in Massachusetts are facing a key deadline as they continue to deal with the damage caused by the misconduct of a former state drug lab ...

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Why we should be thanking Burger King for hijacking our smart home devices

By Ramona Pringle Last week, Burger King ran a television ad asking, "Okay Google, what is the Whopper Burger?" which triggered smart home device in viewers' homes. Many users are ...

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Dead endangered whale may have been hit by ship

By The Associated Press Researchers say preliminary findings show an endangered North Atlantic right whale — one of only a few hundred left in the world — may have been struck and ...

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Space station cargo mission includes toying with fire in orbit

By CBC News A spacecraft set to launch Tuesday is to bring thousands of kilograms of cargo to the International Space Station, including supplies for the crew and a curious scient ...

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Climate change causes glacial river in Yukon to change direction

By Brandie Weikle Climate change has caused the massive Kaskawulsh Glacier in the Yukon to retreat so much that its meltwater abruptly switched direction, in the first documented ...

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New telescope at the top of the world to look at universe's earliest origins

By Cassie Williams A new telescope being built in the high desert of Chile will peer further into the origins of our universe than any other. ...Read the news Source:: CBC – ...

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'It scares me': Permafrost thaw in Canadian Arctic sign of global trend

By David Michael Lamb For years now, buildings in Inuvik have been sinking due to thawing permafrost. It's part of a worrying trend across the Arctic, writes David Michael Lamb. . ...

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