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Culture: Boca Chica - Gulf Coast - deep-space
Elon Musk is eyeing a name change for Boca Chica, Texas, the Gulf Coast community where his SpaceX is building its…
Elon Musk is eyeing a name change for Boca Chica, Texas, the Gulf Coast community where his SpaceX is building its futuristic deep-space rocket. Renaming the small burg near the Mexican border would deepen Musk's imprint on Texas.
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Science: Nobel Prize - postindustrial - topography
Nobel Prize laureate Kazuo Ishiguro returns with his first novel in six years,…
Nobel Prize laureate Kazuo Ishiguro returns with his first novel in six years, “Klara and the Sun,” in which the topography of a postindustrial society is mapped through the observations of Klara, a humanoid robot charged with keeping a sick...
Science: epidemiologist - stigmatizing - geographical
…but what’s the alternative, other than stigmatizing geographical names?
B.1.351 may sound sweet to a molecular epidemiologist, but what’s the alternative, other than stigmatizing geographical names?
pollinator - trudged - fetch - toolshed - sleet
Letting nature take its course is getting harder to do.
Letting nature take its course is getting harder to do.
United States - meets
Iran rejects talks to return to the nuclear deal until the United States meets its demands.
Iran rejects talks to return to the nuclear deal until the United States meets its demands.
ultrasound - surgically - Kit - anyway - removed
…which had to be surgically removed right away.
Anyway, the ultrasound showed that Kit had eaten a small rock, which had to be surgically removed right away.
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spotted - storms
…scientists have spotted what they'…
For the first time, scientists have spotted what they're calling a \
The iceberg (illustration) cleaved off the Brunt Ice Shelf in such a way that it did not threaten a British…Washingtonpost
Science: British Antarctic Survey - Weddell - floe
…station set up on top of the ice floe.
The iceberg cleaved off the Brunt Ice Shelf in such a way that it did not threaten a British research station set up on top of the ice floe.
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Entertainment: heartfelt - Tom Cruise - protocols - yelling
She wrote a heartfelt tribute to him.
Abigail Breslin shared on Instagram that her father Michael died Friday from COVID-19 complications. She wrote a heartfelt tribute to him.
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News: Freshwater Way - biological-based - wastewater
Xylem Sanitaire will be moving its office and around 50 employees from\u00a09333 N. 49th St. this spring to the water…
Xylem Sanitaire will be moving its office and around 50 employees from\u00a09333 N. 49th St. this spring to the water center, 347 W. Freshwater Way.
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Science: SpaceX Falcon - Cape Canaveral - Doug Hurley
…Boeing's Starliner will be delayed.
NASA will review an engine failure last month that caused SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket booster to land in the sea after a satellite launch, and the agency confirmed that an April 2 test flight for Boeing's Starliner will be delayed.
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Science: Majority Leader Chuck Schumer - alarmists - blanket
…week’s tragic extreme cold event in Texas.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and other climate alarmists are attempting to take advantage of last week’s tragic extreme cold event in Texas.
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Culture: Denver International Airport Saturday - midflight
Midflight engine failures — including the…
Midflight engine failures — including the Pratt & Whitney engine on a Boeing 777 over Denver — demonstrate the ability of modern airliners to fly even after one engine quits. Pilots also spend a lot of time in single-engine training.
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Science: fireball - compilation - flashed
…were treated to the sight of a fireball meteor.
Those who looked up just before 10 p.m. on Sunday were treated to the sight of a fireball meteor.
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Science: double-sided - National Geographic - Winkel Tripel
You’re going to need some double-sided tape.
You’re going to need some double-sided tape.
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Nobel Prize-winner - reaffirms - skip - profound
…human fragility in the technological era.
With his new novel, the Nobel Prize-winner reaffirms himself as our most profound observer of human fragility in the technological era.
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Science: laundry - impulse
Make your laundry area a happy place, and take a book outside.
Make your laundry area a happy place, and take a book outside.
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superlatives - Emilio - Sicily - evokes - volcano
Rome — Mount Etna, the volcano that towers over eastern Sicily, evokes superlatives.
Rome — Mount Etna, the volcano that towers over eastern Sicily, evokes superlatives. It is Europe’s most active volcano and also the continent’s largest.
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Science: spends
…with info about climate change -- and how it could affect their kids.
Tracey Holloway, an environmental studies professor, is working to reach moms with info about climate change -- and how it could affect their kids.
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Entertainment: high-wattage - Eli Roth - adaptation - Lionsgate
…wattage video game adaptation for Lionsgate.
Eli Roth is directing the high-wattage video game adaptation for Lionsgate.
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Culture: booked - powered
Travelers still might be booked on another Boeing 777.
United is the only U.S.\u00a0airline with Boeing 777s powered by the engine that failed Saturday. Travelers still might be booked on another Boeing 777.
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Politics: Australian Antarctic Program - 490-square-mile
…has broken off Antarctica's Brunt Ice Shelf.
A 490-square-mile iceberg, that's larger than New York City, has broken off Antarctica's Brunt Ice Shelf.
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Health: evading - juneau - vaccine - strain
…more contagious and potentially more effective at evading vaccines.
JUNEAU, Alaska — Scientists in Alaska have discovered 10 cases of a new coronavirus strain that researchers have said is more contagious and potentially more effective at evading vaccines.
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Health: Vegas Convention Center - million-square-foot - 17
…foot West Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center from June 17 to June ...
Barrett-Jackson’s collector car auction said Friday it would hold its three-day event inside the new 1.4 million-square-foot West Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center from June 17 to June ...
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Science: Crystal River - West Indian - nematodes - Kings Bay
…some of them new to science, were found living on the skin of the marine mammals.
Unexpected species of nematodes, some of them new to science, were found living on the skin of the marine mammals.
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Science: high-efficiency - Victor Glover - Kate Rubins
…efficiency solar panels arriving at the…
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — Spacewalking astronauts ventured out Sunday to install support frames for new, high-efficiency solar panels arriving at the International Space Station later this year.
The optics make it look like Niagara Falls (archive) are frozen, but the water continues to flow. Paolo Costa BaldiUsatoday
optics - frozen - oldest
…but the water continues to flow.
The optics make it look like Niagara Falls are frozen, but the water continues to flow.
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Science: gravitational - reproduction - ripples - Milan
…standing and devout environmentalist,…
Leon Kolankiewicz, a long-standing and devout environmentalist, is concerned that the movement has lost track of the biggest problem: people.
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Science: Joe Skipper Reuters - Cape Canaveral - contributing
…brave new worlds beyond our planet.
We the people need to take more control of how we move into the brave new worlds beyond our planet.
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Science: interactions - transforming - personalized
…but researchers say interactions…
Many of us already live with artificial intelligence now, but researchers say interactions with the technology will become increasingly personalized.
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Science: kinetic - adaptable - solar - relying - regarding
…kinetic” or active energy.
Solar and wind (the product of solar heating differentials) are “kinetic” or active energy.
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perseverance - Mars - audio - passes
…send their customers huge bills.
Mars rover perseverance passes its test, sending first audio recording from Mars, while Texas power providers fail their test and send their customers huge bills.
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Science: primordial - yearning - down-look - buggy - dune
…fulfill a primordial yearning.
A dune buggy is about to set off on behalf of its human owners to fulfill a primordial yearning.
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News: reinforcement - Michigan
The product created at the University of Michigan allows for thinner structures with less…
The product created at the University of Michigan allows for thinner structures with less need for steel reinforcement.
…long been considered capable of a sudden shutdown, which could have dramatic climate effects.Washingtonpost
Science: North Atlantic - overturning - meridional - AMOC
…has long been considered capable of a sudden shutdown, which could have dramatic climate effects.
The Atlantic meridional overturning circulation, or AMOC, has long been considered capable of a sudden shutdown, which could have dramatic climate effects.
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Science: COVID - Weekend Update - Taylor Greene - marjorie
…also appeared on Weekend Update to explain gender science.
Cecily Strong's Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene also appeared on Weekend Update to explain gender science.
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Science: Buckner Family Hope Center - Emergency Management
…aside from drinking or brushing our teeth,...
“We can’t bathe in a bottle of water and we can’t fill our toilet tanks with a bottle of water. To be honest, aside from drinking or brushing our teeth,...
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Science: Perseverence - parachute - whimsical - dinosaur
And that wasn't the only hidden trick,...
A science-minded team of father and son collaborated to decode a NASA engineer's message on the Perseverence parachute that helped guide the rover to Mars. They weren't the only ones who tackled it. And that wasn't the only hidden trick,...
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American Museum - Natural History - tremendously
…had a completely different evolutionary…
Titanosaurs, a class of tremendously huge dinosaur, had a completely different evolutionary timeline than previously thought
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Science: Joe Biden - COVID - speaks - 27 - 22
…as far as his critics are concerned.
President Biden is all about following the science — unless it conflicts with his policy positions on hot-button issues, as far as his critics are concerned.
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Science: rover
…won't be little green men – here's what the rover is apt…
No, it won't be little green men – here's what the rover is apt to see if it finds signs of life
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President Biden - khasab - negotiate - 2021
Biden's move to negotiate with Iran is no breakthrough, but it's worth the effort to avoid war.
Biden's move to negotiate with Iran is no breakthrough, but it's worth the effort to avoid war.
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Science: Digital Divas - workshop
Plano students took top honors in a recent Digital Divas 2021 competition. The computer programming competition and…
Plano students took top honors in a recent Digital Divas 2021 competition. The computer programming competition and workshop designed to introduce more...
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Science: first-of-its-kind - parachute - crater - angles
…its-kind footage\u00a0shows the massive parachute inflate and the Perseverance rover™s point of view as it settles…
The first-of-its-kind footage\u00a0shows the massive parachute inflate and the Perseverance rover™s point of view as it settles down in a dusty crater.
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Science: carnivores - ecosystems - foot-long - Tyrannosaurus
…carnivores shaped their ecosystems.
A deep dive into dinosaur data suggests that teenage T. rexes and other juvenile carnivores shaped their ecosystems.
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Eductaion: charismatic - hypothesis - conserves - well-known
…animals that are less well known.
A new study challenges a common hypothesis about how protecting charismatic species also conserves animals that are less well known.
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Katz - eyes
…its arms seem to know it is there.
Even when an octopus can’t see light with its eyes, its arms seem to know it is there.
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Finance: made-in-b - denise - Ryan - drawing
solution to single use coffee pod waste is drawing…
A made-in-B.C. solution to single use coffee pod waste is drawing global attention from coffee producers
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Science: Alexander Hunter - Washington Times - broadband
Would you let your family fly in a plane or ride in a bus…
Would you let your family fly in a plane or ride in a bus that meets 25-year-old safety standards?
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Josh Howard Belt Publishing - anatomy - Salon
People who want to control women have taken tremendous…
People who want to control women have taken tremendous advantage of their anatomy, Catte says
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Science: Sigmund Freud - subconscious - neuroscientists
…key to our mental lives.
Mark Solms explains that subconscious desires are, in fact, key to our mental lives.
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NASA-supplied - breeze - spacecraft
…supplied audio also reveals what a breeze…
The NASA-supplied audio also reveals what a breeze on Mars sounds like
Perseverance is more than a catchy name for a rover; it’s a one-word summation of the JPL culture. (NASA)Washingtonpost
Science: one-word - perseverance - JPL
…word summation of the JPL culture.
Perseverance is more than a catchy name for a rover; it’s a one-word summation of the JPL culture.
Science: unconstrained - releasing - carbon - generated
…Canada’s permafrost could be releasing more carbon than is currently being generated by all human…
Opinion: Unconstrained, Canada’s permafrost could be releasing more carbon than is currently being generated by all human activities across the country. This…
Crime: Denver - complicate - terminal - warns
There are growing concerns that number of options could complicate matters.
There are growing concerns that number of options could complicate matters.
Science: gargantua - swarming - stellar - cluster - dwells
…holes seem to be swarming around in there, throwing their considerable masses around.
No Gargantua dwells at the heart of stellar cluster NGC 6397. Instead, a few dozen smaller black holes seem to be swarming around in there, throwing their considerable masses around.
Science: Chicago Tribune - ruthhart - genders
Taylor Greene put up a sign on the wall outside her office that reads, “There are…
Taylor Greene put up a sign on the wall outside her office that reads, “There are TWO genders MALE & FEMALE. ‘Trust the science!’”
Science: COVID-19 - pandemic - disagree - overwhelmed
…research indicates life should return to normal now. Experts disagree.
A conservative radio host claims scientific research indicates life should return to normal now. Experts disagree.
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DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — An explosion struck an Israeli-owned cargo ship sailing out of the Middle East on Friday,…
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — An explosion struck an Israeli-owned cargo ship sailing out of the Middle East on Friday, an unexplained blast renewing concerns about ship security amid escalating tensions between the U.S. and Iran.
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Science: 100-nanometer-wide - The New York Times Opinion
…nanometer-wide bubble of genes has killed more than two million people and reshaped the world.
An oily, 100-nanometer-wide bubble of genes has killed more than two million people and reshaped the world. Scientists don’t quite know what to make of it.
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Science: The New York Times Opinion - phrase - dream - 66
We used to dream big. Now we’re increasingly thinking short term.
We used to dream big. Now we’re increasingly thinking short term.
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New York - mutated - popped - Marion
Another mutated version of the coronavirus has popped up in New York City, and experts reacted to the…
Another mutated version of the coronavirus has popped up in New York City, and experts reacted to the the news with a mixture of caution and concern
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Science: sweepstakes - astronauts - bunch
The four astronauts who will fly aboard a SpaceX mission by the end of the year will be a bunch of private citizens with…
The four astronauts who will fly aboard a SpaceX mission by the end of the year will be a bunch of private citizens with no space experience.
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Science: Natural Resources - Capitol Hill - haunt
Interior nominee Rep. Deb Haaland’s previous Twitter blast accusing Republicans of not believing in science came…
Interior nominee Rep. Deb Haaland’s previous Twitter blast accusing Republicans of not believing in science came back to haunt her at Tuesday’s confirmation hearing.
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Health: Nandita Kaundinya - Anna Caplan - contributor
It’s Engineers Week and Thursday marks Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day. McKinney resident Nandita Kaundinya…
It’s Engineers Week and Thursday marks Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day. McKinney resident Nandita Kaundinya recently spoke to contributor Anna Caplan...
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Science: perseverance - hugely - manned - challenging
NASA’s Perseverance is great, but a manned flight would be hugely more challenging.
NASA’s Perseverance is great, but a manned flight would be hugely more challenging.
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Science: angles
The panorama is a composite of\u00a0142 individual images taken by Perseverance's Mastcam-Z camera system and…
The panorama is a composite of\u00a0142 individual images taken by Perseverance's Mastcam-Z camera system and shared by the rover's Twitter account.
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firsthand
One of the men Dr. Kligman experimented on was my father. I saw the harm caused firsthand.
One of the men Dr. Kligman experimented on was my father. I saw the harm caused firsthand.
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Science: Tennessee Legislature - pedestal - Capitol - statue
Dolly Parton recently rejected a proposal by the Tennessee Legislature to place a statue of her at the state Capitol.
Dolly Parton recently rejected a proposal by the Tennessee Legislature to place a statue of her at the state Capitol.
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Science: Research Hospital - Hayley Arceneaux - 29-year-old
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F-18E Super Hornets - KC-135 Stratotanker - ISIL
…citing unnamed American officials.
A U.S. military airstrike on Thursday hit a compound belonging to an Iran-backed militia inside Syria, Reuters reported, citing unnamed American officials.
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Joe Biden - COVID-19 - House Democrats - speaks
…sole control of U.S. nuclear weapons.
A group of more than 30 House Democrats is asking President Biden to give up his sole control of U.S. nuclear weapons.
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singular - seminars - American Economic Association
Studies have found that the field is plagued by a singular problem of gender bias. The latest evidence comes from…
Studies have found that the field is plagued by a singular problem of gender bias. The latest evidence comes from the types of questions posed at seminars.
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Science: BASKETBALL Charlestown - Lowell Catholic - CAPE ANN
SUNDAY’S RESULTS BOYS BASKETBALL Charlestown 75, EMK 72 Lowell Catholic 81,…
SUNDAY’S RESULTS BOYS BASKETBALL Charlestown 75, EMK 72 Lowell Catholic 81, Shawsheen 63 North Attleboro 57, Attleboro 46 North Quincy 63. Cohasset 57 Peabody 59, Danvers 53 CAPE ANN LEAGUE …
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overdrive - roar - ramping - outbreaks - La Niña
After a slow start, tornado season could roar to life with possible outbreaks in the South and Southeast.
After a slow start, tornado season could roar to life with possible outbreaks in the South and Southeast.
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Science: 11-foot-tall - Peter Weller - pandemic - high-tech
Midtown museum cites pandemic as it opts…
Midtown museum cites pandemic as it opts out of giving the 11-foot-tall bronze a home
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Finance: constellation - maritime
…order to improve its own forecasts.
Company would be the first to operate a satellite fleet in order to improve its own forecasts.
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Science: tasks - variety
The Mars rover will perform a variety…
The Mars rover will perform a variety of tasks, but its prime mission remains the big question: Are we alone?
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Eductaion: Patrick Whittemore - UMassD - exterior - faculty
…have the drive and determination to…
A national research university, UMassD is home to a community of ambitious, creative thinkers. Our students, supported by outstanding faculty and staff, have the drive and determination to create u…
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Science: Linas Washington - disasters - unanimity - illustration
…that we don’t like aviation disasters.
There aren’t many things Americans agree on, but one remaining point of unanimity is that we don’t like aviation disasters.
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takeoff - Denver International Airport Saturday
Boeing has recommended that airlines…
Boeing has recommended that airlines ground all 777s with the type of engine that blew apart after takeoff from Denver this weekend, and most carriers that fly those planes said they would temporar…
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Health: 100-day - COVID-19 - pandemic - minerals
Agencies will conduct a 100-day review of supply chains for…
Agencies will conduct a 100-day review of supply chains for semiconductor chips, EV batteries, rare earth minerals and medical supplies
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Science: half-year - unravel - culmination - undertaking
…behind the general circulation of Mars's winds.
Scientists are hoping to unravel the secrets behind the general circulation of Mars's winds.
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Science: Disease Control - retracted - input - advising
…making recommendations based on input from the teac...
All this time we were expected to believe that the CDC was advising the American people based strictly on science. It now appears that the CDC is making recommendations based on input from the teac...
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Science: Mars Perseverance - Jet Propulsion Laboratory
…land on Mars contained a secret message, thanks to a puzzle lover on the spacecraft team.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — The huge parachute used by NASA’s Perseverance rover to land on Mars contained a secret message, thanks to a puzzle lover on the spacecraft team.
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Politics: high-definition - first-time - high-speed
NASA on Monday released stunning, high-definition footage of its car-sized rover landing on the Martian…
NASA on Monday released stunning, high-definition footage of its car-sized rover landing on the Martian surface last week, the first-time that a spacecraft's landing on Mars has been recorded in high-speed video.
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News: Denver International - Broomfield - Pratt - episodes
…debris from planes and forced emergency landings.
Regulators are investigating episodes involving Pratt & Whitney equipment that rained debris from planes and forced emergency landings.
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chilly - Tehran - breakthrough
…chilly early response from Tehran.
WASHINGTON — The Biden administration’s early efforts to resurrect the 2015 Iran nuclear deal are getting a chilly early response from Tehran.
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Culture: 777-200 - takeoff - 328
…were effectively grounded worldwide.
A day after the dangerous explosion of an engine on United Airlines flight 328 shortly after takeoff from Denver, the older Boeing 777-200 models involved were effectively grounded worldwide.
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Science: Vegas Review-Journal - michale - prioritizes
The Biden administration ignores the science and prioritizes teachers unions over school children.
The Biden administration ignores the science and prioritizes teachers unions over school children.