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Archive for April 2nd, 2021

Solar geoengineering is worth studying but not a substitute for cutting emissions, study finds

April 2nd, 2021 by

Solar geoengineering strategies are very controversial within and beyond the climate science community.

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Discovery of two new giant radio galaxies offers fresh insights into the universe

April 2nd, 2021 by

Two giant radio galaxies have been discovered with South Africa’s powerful MeerKAT telescope, located in the Karoo region, a semi-arid area in the south west of the country.

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What’s up with this weird green rock on Mars? Perseverance rover is trying to find out.

April 2nd, 2021 by

Perseverance’s laser hasn’t yet penetrated the mystery of a strange Martian rock near the rover’s new digs.

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New reports detail ongoing space threats, and Russia is raising concerns

April 2nd, 2021 by

Security experts say that when it comes to threats in space, Russia is raising more concerns than China.

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NASA estimates COVID-19 pandemic will cost the agency $3 billion, plus delays

April 2nd, 2021 by

More than a year into a pandemic that has killed nearly 3 million people worldwide, NASA estimates that COVID-19 will cost the agency perhaps as much as $3 billion.

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Mangroves from space: 30 years of satellite images are helping us understand how climate change threatens these valuable forests

April 2nd, 2021 by

Mangroves play a crucial role in the ecosystem thanks to the dizzying array of plants, animals and birds they feed, house and protect.

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