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Iowa County Put a Hold On Wind and Solar Energy Project

Iowa County Put a Hold On Wind and Solar Energy Project

New wind and solar energy projects in Madison County, Iowa, have been placed on hold for a year. The ordinance locations a ban on the construction of commercial solar energy systems, wind farms, and wind turbines until October 2020, according to the news. The Board of Supervisors for the county decided after the Madison County Board of Health passed a decision saying wind turbines could be a health hazard. The…

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NASA Finally Finds a Space Suit That Fits Female Astronauts

Female Astronauts ready for spacewalk after getting Spacesuit from NASA

Two female astronauts will perform a historic walk after NASA finally provided spacesuits that are the proper size. Christina Koch and Jessica Meir are the first female spacewalk. Koch is also anticipated to have the record-setting “longest single spaceflight by a woman,” NASA says. The astronaut mentioned her milestones are significant, based on an online video. “I believe it’s essential because of the historical nature of what we’re doing,” Koch…

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The Universe Holds Together by The Massive Cosmic Web

The Universe Holds Together by The Massive Cosmic Web

The structure of the early universe appeared much like a spiderweb holding all the pieces together, based on new research. Astronomers used multiple telescopes for observing glowing filaments of gas, acting like the strands connecting galaxies in a massive web. They were found in the galaxies proto-cluster, or a group of galaxies forming a cluster, 12 billion light-years away in the Aquarius constellation. The cluster is named SSA22. Given the…

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NASA Provided 3D Moon Data for CG Artists and Creators for A Detailed 3D Map of the Moon

NASA Provided 3D Moon Data for CG Artists and Creators for A Detailed 3D Map of the Moon

NASA has just launched a useful and beautiful new set of data only for creators that include not just imagery; however, depth information, making it simple to build an incredibly detailed 3D map of the Moon. The CGI Moon Kit comes from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, where science visualization expert Ernie Wright discovered that data he had assembled for other purposes was proving popular with 3D artists. The information…

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Daimler Sprinter Vans Investigating for Faulty Software by Germany

Daimler Sprinter Vans Investigating for Faulty Software by Germany

Daimler AG stated German authorities are probing suspected defective software in the carmaker’s Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans after a report that 260,000 vehicles might be affected throughout Europe. German Federal Motor Transport Authority The KBA is inspecting the vehicles that are a previous generation Mercedes-Benz GLK 220 diesel model, for the regulator issued a recall order in June, Daimler stated in a statement. The KBA is also looking into potential emissions…

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Honey Fungus Mysteries Fall to Science

Honey Fungus Mysteries Fall to Science

The honey fungus typically seems at the beginning of autumn, when honey-colored toadstools look on woody plants. Plant pathologists compared more than 5,000 records of confirmed cases with earlier research into susceptibility by the University of California. They discovered plants in UK gardens fall into three categories, based on their risk of the disease. Plants in the Myrtales order of flowering plants – together with myrtle and fuchsia – and…

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The Last Robot Drops Off by Hayabusa2 Spacecraft JAXA On Asteroid Ryugu

The Last Robot Drops Off by Hayabusa2 Spacecraft JAXA On Asteroid Ryugu

More than a year, Japan’s Hayabusa2 spacecraft has been hanging around the asteroid Ryugu, dropping off robots, furthermore blasting the surface with metal slugs. The (JAXA) Japanese Space Agency hopes to bring Hayabusa2 and its valuable cargo of asteroid samples home soon, however first, there’s just one more robot to deploy. Hayabusa2 carried some robots with it to Ryugu, and JAXA confirms the spacecraft launched its final robotic explorer last…

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LAX Will Be Providing a Shuttle for Passengers

LAX Will Be Providing a Shuttle for Passengers

Passengers accustomed to hiring a cab or an Uber and a Lyft at the curb at Los Angeles International Airport will have to carry into shuttle buses to fulfill their rides later this month, based on airport documents. Road traffic, all the time bad at LAX, the nation’s second-busiest airport for total passenger boardings, has been choked by rising business and significant development. In response, starting Oct. 29, the airport…

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NASA's InSight 'Detects' Unusual Sounds on Mars

NASA’s InSight ‘Detects’ Unusual Sounds on Mars

The NASA Insight lander on the Martian surface is equipped with an ultrasensitive seismometer to detect and record vibrations, from marsquakes to soft breezes to other unidentified vibrations. On Mars put ears to the ground, ears would not be detected marsquakes. Even the recordings taken by Perception are too low to be audible to humans, however by speeding up the audio and lightly processing it, you’ll be able to listen…

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Tom Cruise Meets with Ukraine President

Tom Cruise Meets with Ukraine President

Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky produces headlines in the U.S. for his part in a Washington political storm, back home he is getting the news for hosting a film star Tom Cruise. On Monday Zelensky, a former actor and comedian welcomed Tom Cruise to a meeting in his Kiev office. Video released by the Ukrainian leader’s workers showed him telling the Mission: Impossible – Fallout actor in English: “You’re good-looking! Like…

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