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Film about Neil Armstrong starring Ryan Gosling to movie at Ga. Fairgrounds in Perry

Ladies, in case you thought your Birkin bag was costly, it does not examine to astronaut Neil Armstrong’s lunar bag. Justin McDuffie, WMAZ four:47 PM. EST November 13, 2017 LOS ANGELES, CA – OCTOBER 03: Ryan Gosling is seen. on October 03, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by PG/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images) (Photo: PG/Bauer-Griffin, 2017 Bauer-Griffin) A movie beginning Ryan Gosling …

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JPSS-1 Launch Targeted For Four:47 A.M. EST on Tuesday, Nov. 14 From Vandenberg Air Force Base |

By NASA  //  November 13, 2017 ABOVE VIDEO: NASA TV Public-Education. (NASA) – NASA is making ready to launch the Joint Polar Satellite System-1, or JPSS-1, satellite tv for pc on behalf of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to supply important information for well timed and correct climate forecasts and for monitoring environmental occasions reminiscent of forest fires …

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The Lord Howe supermodel is formally again from the lifeless

It’s a uncommon triumph when a species comes again from the lifeless. A brand new genetic evaluation has formally established what many entomologists and conservation biologists hoped was true: The Lord Howe supermodel (Dryococelus australis) lives. Nicknamed “tree lobsters,” the dark-brown crawlers are nocturnal, flightless creatures that may develop as much as 15 centimeters lengthy. They feed on tea bushes, …

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Apparently Jupiter isn’t Actually Largest Planet in Solar System 

The exoplanet found by NASA is called OGLE-2016-BLG-1190Lb. JAKARTA, NETRALNEWS.COM – Jupiter is claimed to be the most important planet within the Solar System, however the newest findings of scientists stated there’s a bigger planet than Jupiter. Check out the next opinions. NASA discovers exoplanets  of bigger measurement than Jupiter. In reality, the planet is estimated to be over 13 instances the …

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Ancient shark with a snake head and 300 enamel is why we must always simply say nope to the ocean

Cleve R. Wootson Jr., The Washington Post Published 2:02 pm, Sunday, November 12, 2017 FILE: In this handout image launched by Awashima Marine Park, a 1.6 meter lengthy Frill shark swims in a tank after being discovered by a fisherman at a bay in Numazu, on January 21, 2007 in Numazu, Japan. The frill shark, often known as a Frilled shark …

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Breathtaking NASA Video Shows New Footage of Earth Set to Haunting Cover of ‘The Sound of Silence’

In area, nobody can hear you scream. And this new video of footage from the International Space Station, set to a canopy of Simon and Garunkel’s “The Sound of Silence,” underscores that reality. Beginning with footage of a dawn, the video strikes by vast, sweeping photographs of cloud formations, footage of an aurora borealis from area, zeroing in on chicken’s-eye …

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Thousands of scientists subject bleak ‘second notice’ to humanity

Planet Earth (NASA) In late 1992, 1,700 scientists from around the globe issued a dire “warning to humanity.” They mentioned people had pushed Earth’s ecosystems to their breaking level and have been nicely on the way in which to ruining the planet. The letter listed environmental impacts like they have been biblical plagues — stratospheric ozone depletion, air and water air …

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15,000 Scientists Urge Legislators and Citizens to Issue Save Humanity and this Planet

More than 15,000 scientists from 184 nations have issued a warning: Mankind should take instant motion to reverse the results of local weather change, deforestation and species extinction earlier than it’s too late. The warning, issued by the Alliance of World Scientists and revealed within the journal Bioscience, comes on the 25th anniversary of an analogous warning from the Union of Concerned …

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Book evaluation Artemis Andy Weir

David Holahan, Special for USA TODAY Published 2:38 p.m. ET Nov. 13, 2017 ‘Artemis’ by Andy Weir(Photo: Crown) It’s late on this century, up on the moon, and Jasmine Bashara, nicknamed Jazz, is a struggling 26-year-old Saudi citizen who has lived in Artemis, a lunar metropolis of two,000 numerous earthlings, since she was 6. Poor, irreligious and sassy, she might …

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