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Published on 22 September 2018 | 3:19 am


Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority director quits over potential conflict of interest - The Guardian


The Guardian

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority director quits over potential conflict of interest
The Guardian
Margie McKenzie's diving company was subcontracted to perform crown-of-thorns starfish removal work. Calla Wahlquist · @callapilla. Fri 21 Sep 2018 22.09 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email. Crown of Thorns Starfish. The Great ...
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority board member to resign over potential conflict of interestABC News

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Published on 22 September 2018 | 2:09 am


TESS probe finds first potential planets - Yahoo News


Yahoo News

TESS probe finds first potential planets
Yahoo News
Astronomers on the team for NASA's Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite mission, or TESS, are reporting their first potential planet discoveries, just days after the spacecraft's first science image was unveiled. The first reported candidate planet ...
NASA's New Planet-Hunting Telescope Spots Its Second Possible World AlreadySpace.com
Get ready for a flood of new exoplanets: TESS has already spotted twoArs Technica
NASA telescope discovers two Earth-like planets 49 light years away in distant solar systemMirror.co.uk
Sky & Telescope -ExtremeTech -SlashGear -The Epoch Times
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Published on 21 September 2018 | 11:31 pm


Spiders Cover Shores Of Greek Town With 1000-Foot Web - HuffPost


HuffPost

Spiders Cover Shores Of Greek Town With 1000-Foot Web
HuffPost
Oh, what a tangled web is being woven along the coast of a small town in Greece ― and it's more than 1,000 feet long. Reuters reports that giant spiderwebs recently started blanketing the shores of Aitoliko in western Greece. The giant webs are spun ...
Vast spider web stretches 1000 feet across lagoon in GreeceThe Independent
Video: Spider Webs Cover Entire Greek LagoonThe Epoch Times
Blanket of spider webs creates stunning scene in Greek townSky News
NDTV -Express.co.uk -Evening Standard -Quartz
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Published on 21 September 2018 | 8:01 pm


Watch a big net snag a piece of space junk in first-ever test of new cleanup system - BGR


Electronics Weekly

Watch a big net snag a piece of space junk in first-ever test of new cleanup system
BGR
Mankind has made a real mess of planet Earth. Our trash is just about everywhere, from city streets to the most remote areas of the oceans, and that trend continues in space as well. There's an incredible amount of random junk floating around in Earth ...
Surrey Space Centre's RemoveDEBRIS satellite nets junkElectronics Weekly (blog)
RemoveDEBRIS satellite captures space junk for the first timeDigital Journal
Watch As Space Junk Is Captured By A Lightning-Fast Galactic Net For The First Time EverOuter Places
The Inquisitr -Newsy -Infosurhoy -Space Daily
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Published on 21 September 2018 | 6:55 pm


1000ft underwater walls 'considered to stop Antarctic ice sheet collapse' - Daily Star


Daily Star

1000ft underwater walls 'considered to stop Antarctic ice sheet collapse'
Daily Star
Researchers ran computer models on the rapidly melting Thwaites Glacier, which is roughly the size of the UK. Their computer models have predicted that colossal columns on the seafloor would have a 30% probability of succeeding in slowing the glacier's ...
If Earth's great ice sheets start collapsing, massive undersea walls could hold them backMashable
Could Building Massive Seafloor Barriers Around Antarctica Help Slow Sea Level Rise?Yale Environment 360
Underwater walls could stop glaciers from melting, scientists sayCNN
Washington Post -RT -Express.co.uk -Ars Technica
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Published on 21 September 2018 | 6:14 pm


Watch scientists delight over rare footage of a freakishly cute eel - Washington Post


Washington Post

Watch scientists delight over rare footage of a freakishly cute eel
Washington Post
Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, the nation's largest protected area, stretches over half-a-million square miles of sea and land in Hawaii. It also includes wonderfully odd and stretchy critters, as a research team aboard the exploration ...
See a freaky gulper eel open wide in rare videoCNET
This Deep Sea Eel Is the Raddest Thing You'll See All WeekGizmodo
Watch a Gulper Eel Inflate and Deflate Itself, Shocking ScientistsNational Geographic
Hawaii News Now -Thrillist -The Verge -News24
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Published on 21 September 2018 | 5:01 pm


Matter Falling Into a Black Hole Clocked at 30 Percent the Speed of Light - ExtremeTech


ExtremeTech

Matter Falling Into a Black Hole Clocked at 30 Percent the Speed of Light
ExtremeTech
The Royal Astronomical Society has reported the first-ever detection of matter falling directly into a black hole at 30 percent of the speed of light, courtesy of a super-massive black hole located in the galaxy PG211+143. The finding tells us ...
Supermassive Black Hole Spotted Sucking in Gas at a Third of Light SpeedPopular Mechanics
Detection of matter falling into blackhole at 30% of lightspeedNext Big Future
Astronomers Spot An 'Earth-Sized Clump of Matter' Hurtling Into A Black Hole At 30% Of The Speed Of LightOuter Places

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Published on 21 September 2018 | 2:56 pm


Hayabusa2 conducts MINERVA-II deployment on Asteroid Ryugu - NASASpaceflight.com


NASASpaceflight.com

Hayabusa2 conducts MINERVA-II deployment on Asteroid Ryugu
NASASpaceflight.com
The Japanese asteroid sampling mission Hayabusa2 – launched on December 3, 2014 aboard an H-IIA rocket from Tanegashima, Japan – completed its long flight to asteroid Ryugu (formerly 1999 JU3) before – on September 21 – achieving the milestone of ...
Japan space rovers lowered to asteroid to collect dataWTNH.com (press release)
Japanese space agency launches hopping probes to land on asteroidSky News
The Shadows of Our SpacecraftScientific American (blog)
Nagaland Post -Daily Star -The Borneo Post -Twitter
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Published on 21 September 2018 | 5:15 am


World's first animal was a pancake-shaped prehistoric ocean dweller - Nature.com


Nature.com

World's first animal was a pancake-shaped prehistoric ocean dweller
Nature.com
Fossils of ancient sea creatures answer a long-standing question about how animals became bigger and more complex. Jeremy Rehm. Search for this author in: Pub Med · Nature.com · Google Scholar · Share on Twitter · Share on Facebook · Share via E- ...
Oldest known animal fossil discovered in Russian cliffsThe Independent
Fat molecules preserved in a 558-million-year-old fossil help settle decades-old debateThe Natural History Museum
Fat chance: Cholesterol leads boffins to discover world's oldest animal fossil – 558m years oldThe Register
Smithsonian -Science Magazine -Fox News -Live Science
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Published on 20 September 2018 | 6:02 pm


SpaceX's New BFR Spaceship Really Does Look Like Tintin's Moon Rocket - Space.com


Space.com

SpaceX's New BFR Spaceship Really Does Look Like Tintin's Moon Rocket
Space.com
Elon Musk's love of fantasy and science fiction is on full display in SpaceX's latest spaceship redesign. On Monday night (Sept. 17), the SpaceX founder and CEO unveiled the latest iteration of the BFR rocket-spaceship duo, which the company is ...
Reuters Science News SummaryDevdiscourse
SpaceX's Raptor engine nears flight-readiness for BFR spaceship hop testsTeslarati
From Yusaku Maezawa's Moon Shot to the Challenges Facing African American Artists: The Best and Worst of the Art ...artnet News
Business Insider
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Published on 19 September 2018 | 11:25 am








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