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Just 10 months into its two-year mission, the Mars rover Curiosity will be headed to a 3-mile-high mountain in the middle of the crater where it landed, NASA officials announced Wednesday. In doing so, Curiosity will leave behind Glenelg, an area on...
Amid growing protest, the city of Sanford on March 16, 2012, relented to public pressure and released dispatch recordings from the night Trayvon Martin was killed, including a 911 call that captured cries for help and the fatal shot. City leaders...
An instrument on NASA’s Curiosity rover found during its deep-space cruise that a mission to a place like Mars could expose humans to potentially dangerous radiation levels, scientists announced Thursday. Currently, NASA allows astronauts to be...
One comedian joked that NASA's newest mission proposal sounds like it came from a 6-year-old boy: Send an unmanned spacecraft to capture an asteroid in a giant bag; then drag it to a stationary spot that astronauts can eventually visit. Space-agency...
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A human mission to Mars is routinely described as the "ultimate objective" for the U.S. space program, but it is too distant in time and too costly to serve as a guide for near-term, manned space activities. Currently, we continue to use and learn from...
For years, environmentalists and watermen have been searching for a way to deal with the Chesapeake Bay's "ghost pots" — derelict crab traps that are too deep to retrieve and too problematic to co-exist with marine life. Though the traps have been...
Opposition is mounting to a plan to take money-making parking spaces away from the California Science Center and give them to USC as part of a deal to have the private school operate the taxpayer-owned Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The Science Center's...
SOCIAL SERVICE AWARDS American Legion School Citizenship Awards: Brynn Flakus and Stetson Heirigs. Brown County Teen Court participants: Kaitlyn Bristlin, Michael Buchanan, Alex Grandbois, Brianna Haugen, Amanda Mages, Cassandra Poitra, Shelby...
Presho - The South Dakota Grassland Coalition is sponsoring a birdwatching tour at the Bill and Connie Smith farm northeast of Montrose, S.D., on June 14-15. In addition to birdwatching, the event will include breakout sessions on bird identification,...
Tags: State Parks, Education, Travel, U.S. Geological Survey, Wildlife
Reuters* Results from Curiosity show astronauts would exceed career radiation * Data collected during flight to Mars * Radiation measurements from planet's surface pending By Irene Klotz CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., May 31 (Reuters) - Radiation levels measured by...
It would seem that Rabbi Sherwin T. Wine, now deceased, must have been a most interesting and provocative person. He left a legacy of scholarship that’s hard to match. His challenging book, “A Provocative People: A Secular History of the Jews,...
For more than a decade, the online dating site eHarmony has pitched itself as a company that matches singles with romantic partners who are looking for lifelong relationships. Now a study funded by the Santa Monica-based firm offers scientific evidence...
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