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popsci.com — A new coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, China has global health agencies on high alert—and is causing no small amount of anxiety around the world. Colloquially known as the “Wuhan coronavirus” after the city where it is believed to have originated, the disease is still poorly understood, and s…
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boredpanda.com — The moment that the whole world has been waiting for has finally come around – Australia received heavy rain, severe thunderstorms, and flash floods. The downpours have already helped to extinguish 32 bushfires in New South Wales alone as the number of fires fell from 120 to 88 on Thursday. The Bure…
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adweek.com — Google Chrome’s decision to phase out support for third-party cookies will affect everyone in the digital media industry. Some are calling it the “cookie-pocalypse.” Others see it as a new dawn for the $565 billion global ad industry. What’s certain is that Google Chrome’s decision to phase out sup…
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sciencealert.com — There's something really weird in the centre of the Milky Way. The vicinity of a supermassive black hole is a pretty weird place to start with, but astronomers have found six objects orbiting Sagittarius A* that are unlike anything in the galaxy. They are so peculiar that they have been assigned a …
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space.com — Astronomers have found two more potentially life-supporting alien planets in our neck of the cosmic woods, as well as a weird and record-setting "cold Neptune." The two possibly habitable worlds orbit the red dwarf stars GJ229A and GJ180, which lie about 19 light-years and 39 light-years from Earth…
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newscientist.com — Particles spotted by a giant balloon in Antarctica can’t be explained by our current understanding of physics, a thorough analysis has determined. Now the race is on to figure out what they are.   In 2006 and then again in 2014, NASA researchers using the Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna (ANI…
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cnet.com — The stardust existed long before our solar system and hitched a ride to Earth on a space rock. Full Article >>
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theguardian.com — Oceans are clearest measure of climate crisis as they absorb 90% of heat trapped by greenhouse gases. Full Article >>
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independent.co.uk — Water is unexpectedly disappearing from the surface of Mars, scientists have said. The process is happening far more quickly than our current understanding of the red planet would suggest, say scientists. It is also not in line with what past observations would indicate should happen in the future, …
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npr.org — Researchers found that African grey parrots voluntarily helped a partner get a food reward by giving the other bird a valuable metal token that could be exchanged for a walnut. Full Article >>
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