Did you fall in love with totality? Next total solar eclipse comes to the U.S. in 2,421 days
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If you loved Monday's celestial event, consider a trip to see the next one in 2019 in South America or hang on until 2024 when some American cities will again be in the path of totality.
Human urine used to make nutritional supplements, plastics
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Scientists are working to find ways to reduce the amount of supplies and costly shipments astronauts need on missions by making use of what's already on hand, including human waste.
For this Vatican astronomer, the solar eclipse is divine coincidence
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Guy Consolmagno watched his first solar eclipse on Monday. It’s a pretty big deal for this Jesuit priest who’s also the director of the Vatican Observatory.
Adding lithium to tap water could prevent thousands of dementia cases, new study suggests 
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Thousands of cases of dementia could be prevented by increasing levels of lithium in tap water, a major new study has suggested.
Justice Department pulls back on search warrant for visitors to Trump-protest website
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Federal prosecutors said they didn't realize just how broad their own search warrant for data about visitors to an anti-Trump website really was.
Oxford Uni prof creates perfect in-flight meal to calm nerves, settle stomach and even fight jet lag
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Eating rice can help nervous fliers feel less stressed, according to an Oxford professor.
Uranus and Neptune: Cloudy with a chance of diamonds
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Researchers at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory have recreated the ice giants’ diamond rain.
Chasing the eclipse from China to Dallas, Oregon
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A team of Chinese astronomers studied the Sun during the 117-second totality.
Colorado School of Mines plans to launch space mining graduate program
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GOLDEN -- The Colorado School of Mines plans to launch a new graduate program that could help people inhabit other planets some day. The school is working to launch the Space Resources graduate program, that will teach students how to explore, extract and use resources not only on Earth but also on the Moons, Mars, asteroids and more.
Eclipse allows everyone to be an astronomer for the day
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The Aug. 21 solar eclipse brought out astronomers highly professional and decidedly amateur, and those who gathered at McLean High School?s observatory had their pick of ways to enjoy the
air berlin's Entire 60 Person E-Commerce Team Has Set Up a Website Looking for Work - View from the Wing
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A week ago air berlin filed for Germany?s version of bankruptcy. The carrier has been in trouble for some time, has lost billions of dollars, and their patron Etihad has turned off the spigot. Germany itself stepped in with a loan guarantee to keep the airline afloat while they figure out options. Most likely that involves selling off pieces of the airline, rather than finding an investor for the whole oneworld airline. Now things are getting really bad.
FG to use space technology to boost socio-economic development
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The Federal Government on Tuesday in Abuja said it would deepen efforts at utilising space technology to make giant stride to enhance resources for socio-economic development in the country.
Global Entry – Everything You Need to Know
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Global Entry is a certificate for the US citizens to clear all hassles at the airport while returning from an international destination.
The Compass: Stargazing - Dava Sobel on the eclipse/women in astronomy
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Ahead of her new BBC World Service series, the stargazer and best-selling author of Longitude shares her experiences of this year's American eclipse and recalls the key contribution of Anna Draper during the 1878 event
Astronomy Professor Allan Morton shares photos of eclipse
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Noted Astronomy professor Allan Morton took pictures of Monday's Great American Eclipse from his observatory on Monday and offered to share them with residents.
Elon Musk unveils SpaceX's new spacesuit
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On Wednesday morning, Elon Musk posted a photo to Instagram of himself wearing one of the suits SpaceX plans to outfit astronauts with on a journey to the International Space Station.
Orion crew capsule powers up in preparation for deep-space flight test
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Lockheed Martin and NASA recently fired up the power systems on the latest Orion crew module. This initial power-up marks the first time that the spacecraft's vehicle management computers and the power and data units were installed and brought online.
Aug 23rd: Interview with Apollo 16?s Charlie Duke
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Which was most exciting, being capcom on the 1st moon landing or walking on the moon on Apollo 16?
Why haven't these election officials received cybersecurity training?
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Exclusive NBC research shows many election officials in swing states Arizona, Pennsylvania and Michigan haven't received formal training in fighting hacking.
Nasa live streams total solar eclipse
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Nasa has broadcasted live coverage of the total solar eclipse that swept across a narrow portion of the contiguous US starting from Lincoln Beach, Oregon; to Charleston, South Carolina; on 21 August.
The Extra Space Moat: Technology Advantage
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The days of the acquiring self-storage customers using the Yellow Pages is over. Using technology to strengthen, grow and adapt to the fundamentals of self-stor
Planetarium owner hoping eclipse brings about new interest in astronomy | MomsEveryday
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Frank Kovac spent ten years building the world's largest mechanical globe planetarium on his property to share his love of the universe with others.
ASTRONOMY LESSON
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?It looks like an Apple on the phone, without the leaves. It?s just cool. I don?t know how to explain it,? Kilgore Middle School sixth grader Aidan Moore said looking up at the partial ?
Hong Kong shuts down as powerful typhoon sweeps past
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A powerful typhoon barreled into Hong Kong on Wednesday, forcing offices and schools to close and leaving flooded streets, shattered windows and hundreds of canceled flights in its wake. Typhoon Hato came within 60 kilometers (37 miles) of Hong Kong, close enough to be considered a direct...
Aussies Round the World: Challenges of cross-national relationships ? Bright Lights of America
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This is a guest post by Aussie expat Melanie, who inspires expats over at her blog, The Wandering Darlings. She writes about her her life in the UK with her British fiance and their bunny Bruce. Here she writes about the joys and difficulties of cross-national relationships. Find her on Facebook and Instagram for more?
Personification of places likely to boost travel motivations - Travelandtourworld.com
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People who view animals as people and tend to assign certain human traits to non-human objects are likely to travel to locales that are portrayed as being human-like, as per a research conducted by Queensland University of Technology (QUT).
Kaifiyat Express derailed in Uttar Pradesh, 74 injured - Travelandtourworld.com
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At least 74 injured when the Delhi bound Kaifiyat Express derailed in Auraiya district of Uttar Pradesh.
Taiwan emerges popular among Malaysian tourists - Travelandtourworld.com
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Taiwan is emerging as a popular tourist destination with Malaysians since the number of Malaysian tourists to this island is gradually on the rise.
ANA Announces New Online Content
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Today, All Nippon Airlines (ANA), Japan?s largest and only 5-Star airline, is proud to announce the launch of its new online content ?IS JAPAN COOL? DOU?, which illustrates traditional Japanese culture through the use of cutting-edge technology. This content can ?
Study finds that gravity, 'mechanical loading' are key to cartilage development
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Columbia MO (SPX) Aug 23, 2017 - Mechanical loading, or forces that stimulate cellular growth for development, is required for creating cartilage that is then turned to bone; however, little is known about cartilage development in
The Moving Martian Bow Shock
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Paris (ESA) Aug 23, 2017 - As the energetic particles of the solar wind speed across interplanetary space, their motion is modified by objects in their path. A study, based on data from ESA's Mars Express orbiter, has thrown
Computer approaches human skill for first time in mapping brain
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Pullman WA (SPX) Aug 21, 2017 - A WSU research team for the first time has developed a computer algorithm that is nearly as accurate as people are at mapping brain neural networks - a breakthrough that could speed up the image ana
Astronaut twins study shows space travel causes premature aging
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Stein Institute on Aging at UC San Diego brought NASA affiliate Brinda Rana, Ph.D., to speak to a packed audience at the Garren Auditorium of the UCSD School of Medicine
Feds review annual whaling quotas for Alaska Native hunters
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Federal officials are reviewing annual catch limits for 11 Alaska Native communities whose subsistence hunters are authorized to harvest bowhead whales. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says the public has until Sept. 14 to comment on quotas for a six-year period to begin...
Starry nights at Kerry's Dark-Sky Reserve: Travel Weekly
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The community in southwestern Ireland has dimmed the lights in an effort to make it more alluring as a destination for stargazing tourists.