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  • oemii ummowoa
    Feb 23, 2014
       

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      NASA to Launch New Moon Probe This Week

      NASA to Launch New Moon Probe This Week

      NASA's next moon shot — a robotic spacecraft tasked with investigating lunar dust and the moon's thin atmosphere — is set to launch from Virginia this week.

      The Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE for short) is scheduled to start its journey to the moon on Friday (Sept. 6) at 11:27 p.m. EDT (0327 Sept. 7 GMT), launching ...

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      Crews Make Overnight Gains On Yosemite Wildfire

      Crews Make Overnight Gains On Yosemite Wildfire

      YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, California - Crews working to corral the massive wildfire searing the edge of Yosemite National Park made major gains on the blaze overnight.

      The fire was 60 percent contained as of Monday morning, up from 45 percent Sunday night, according to California fire officials. The blaze also grew about 9 square miles and now covers more ...

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      Tropical Storm Toraji Threatens Japan With More
Flooding

      Tropical Storm Toraji Threatens Japan With More Flooding

      Just a few days after the remains of Kong-rey pushed off to the north and east over Japan, Tropical Storm Toraji will bring the threat of heavy rainfall to Japan once again.

      Tropical Storm Kong-rey drenched parts of southern Japan, as well as northern Honshu and Hokkaido with 75-150 mm (3-6 inches) over the weekend. One of the hardest ...

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      Ingredient for Life More Plentiful on Ancient Mars Than
Earth

      Ingredient for Life More Plentiful on Ancient Mars Than Earth

      A key chemical ingredient for life may have been more abundant on early Mars than on early Earth, researchers say.

      The nutrient in question, phosphate, serves as the backbone of DNA and is also an essential part of the molecules cells use for energy and membranes. Scientists think it was also critical to reactions that led to the origin ...

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      Strong Quake Hits Indonesia; No Tsunami Threat

      Strong Quake Hits Indonesia; No Tsunami Threat

      A strong earthquake struck off eastern Indonesia on Sunday, causing panic among residents in East Timor, but there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage and there was no danger of a tsunami.

      The magnitude-6.5 quake was centered off Indonesia's Maluku Baratdaya District, in Maluku province, at a depth of 132 kilometers (82 miles), according to the U.S. ...

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