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Study: Rising lake temperatures might wear algae blooms

Some of a world’s biggest heat jumps are function in lakes — suggesting that problems such as algae blooms and low-oxygen zones dangerous to fish will get worse, a new news says. An research of 235 lakes that together reason ...

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Watch live: First SpaceX launch given Jun failure

Elon Musk’s SpaceX will try to lapse a rocket to moody Monday during 5:29 p.m. Pacific – 6 months after a unmanned load boat exploded on a approach to a International Space Station. Not usually will a Hawthorne association be ...

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El Niño offers singular birds for Christmas Bird Count

In a tradition scarcely a century old, dedicated volunteers headed into fields and timberland around Ottawa and Gatineau Sunday to count all a birds they could find in the name of science. This year offers a birders surprising sights, with an El ...

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SpaceX preps upgraded Falcon 9 for lapse to flight

SpaceX preps upgraded Falcon 9 for lapse to flight

Making a initial moody given a inauspicious launch disaster final June, SpaceX is readying an upgraded Falcon 9 rocket for launch Sunday dusk to boost 11 tiny Orbcomm information send satellites into orbit. In a vital space “first,” a rocket’s ...

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