Monthly Archives: February 2015

Meteor Activity Outlook for February 28-March 6, 2015

Meteor Activity Outlook for February 28-March 6, 2015. March is the slowest month for meteor activity. No major annual showers are active and only a few very weak minor showers produce activity this month. The sporadic rates are also near … Continue reading

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New Discovery Measures Strength of Ultra-fast Black Hole Winds

New Discovery Measures Strength of Ultra-fast Black Hole Winds.

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BREAKING NEWS: Large 6.9 Earthquake Hits Near Miyako, Japan

A powerful 6.8 earthquake struck off the coast of Japan, the U.S. Geological Survey said on Monday. The quake’s epicenter was 77 kilometers (48 miles) east-northeast of Miyako, Japan, USGS said. It was 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) deep and occurred … Continue reading

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Understanding the Copper Heart of Volcanoes

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The link between volcanism and the formation of copper ore has been discovered by researchers from the University of Bristol, UK. Their findings, published today in Nature Geoscience, could have far-reaching implications for the search for new copper deposits.

With global demand for copper high…

The link between volcanism and the formation of copper ore has been discovered by researchers from the University of Bristol, UK. Their findings, published today in Nature Geoscience, could have far-reaching implications for the search for new copper deposits.

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JUST IN: Earthquake Activity Linked to 'Fluid Displacement'

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Petroleum companies are now trying to soften the language that factually identifies the injection of wastewater, or any form of fluid, causes earthquakes. With the newfound ‘gold-rush’ for natural gas and fracking for shale-oil, the industry realizes the public has become too aware…

Petroleum companies are now trying to soften the language that factually identifies the injection of wastewater, or any form of fluid, causes earthquakes. With the newfound ‘gold-rush’ for natural gas and fracking for shale-oil, the industry realizes the public has become too aware of the consequences caused by this procedure. So instead of trying to deny this reality, they decided to get on top of this one and show the public they are truly concerned and are now saying they have identified geographical areas Continue reading

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JUST IN: Earthquake Activity Linked to ‘Fluid Displacement’

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Petroleum companies are now trying to soften the language that factually identifies the injection of wastewater, or any form of fluid, causes earthquakes. With the newfound ‘gold-rush’ for natural gas and fracking for shale-oil, the industry realizes the public has become too aware…

Petroleum companies are now trying to soften the language that factually identifies the injection of wastewater, or any form of fluid, causes earthquakes. With the newfound ‘gold-rush’ for natural gas and fracking for shale-oil, the industry realizes the public has become too aware of the consequences caused by this procedure. So instead of trying to deny this reality, they decided to get on top of this one and show the public they are truly concerned and are now saying they have identified geographical areas Continue reading

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Next Solar Maximum May Be Safest Time For Manned Missions To Mars

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Humans have long dreamed of traveling to Mars, and several nations and private organizations are developing plans for crewed Mars missions in the coming decades. But a recent study looking at the risks for astronauts going to the moon, Mars, and other destinations, suggests some times will be…

Humans have long dreamed of traveling to Mars, and several nations and private organizations are developing plans for crewed Mars missions in the coming decades. But a recent study looking at the risks for astronauts going to the moon, Mars, and other destinations, suggests some times will be safer than others for humans attempting the journey.

Nathan Schwadron, of the University of New Hampshire at Durham, and member of the DREAM2 team lead by Principal Investigator William Farrell, was the lead author on a pap Continue reading

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