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When Will the Next Supervolcano Erupt? New Model Suggests It Depends on Local Plate Tectonics

Let's take something out of the way: the supervolcano under Yellowstone will not explode soon; none of the similar systems that geologists have identified all over the world. The kind of catastrophic catastrophe that has conquered these volcanoes their designation has tons of warning signs that can not be missed. Scientists already knew it, but there is still a lot …

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SpaceX and Boeing spacecraft may not become operational until 2020

Enlarge / A vision of the Starliner spacecraft en route to the International Space Station. A new report provides some information on the challenges that SpaceX and Boeing are facing when it comes to commercial flights and crew missions, and also suggests that both companies could be about two years from the achievement of operational status for NASA. The evaluation …

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Massive Dead Zones Are Taking Over Huge Part Of The Arabian Sea

A huge "dead zone" in the Gulf of Oman is growing in size, according to research scientists predicting that the oxygen-poor area is dangerous than think of it and pose a threat to the ecosystem. In the 60s, researchers discovered the dead zone in the Arabian Sea, located in the Gulf of Oman, an area of ​​water that is essentially …

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Blue Origin launches new Shepard space capsule

(Blue Origin Photo) Very carefully at the center of Elon Musk and Space X; There is another group of space and space travel pioneers who make great science! Billionaire Jeff Bezos and Blue Origin are making some incredible progress in bringing space travel to the public. Blue Origin launched another missile platform this week, from its western Texas launch facility. …

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Rockwell Collins Helps NASA Test UAS Traffic Mgmt Tech

Rockwell Collins provided systems and services to assist testing efforts under the program of unmanned air traffic management of [19659009]. a UAS service provider to help the agency manage the security of a UAS that operates beyond the view during flight tests. The two-week test series demonstrated repetitive and repetitive use of CNPC-1000 by Rockwell Collins Command and control of …

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Earth’s magnetic field may not be flipping

Enlarge / It does not seem to me. Going back millions of years in the history of the Earth, the magnetic field of our planet has frequently gone its own way. The magnetic north pole has not only wandered through the north, but has changed its position with the southern magnetic pole, taking up residence in the Antarctic. Going back …

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