Honey Fungus Mysteries Fall to Science

Honey Fungus Mysteries Fall to Science
October 6, 2019

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
October 5, 2019

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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NASA’s InSight ‘Detects’ Unusual Sounds on Mars

NASA's InSight 'Detects' Unusual Sounds on Mars
October 3, 2019

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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60 Cases Reported in Colorado Since June of Flu

60 Cases Reported in Colorado Since June of Flu
September 30, 2019

While influenza cases can occur any time of the year, the flu season officially began Sunday. In Colorado, 60 cases have been confirmed since June. Influenza is an extremely contagious respiratory illness. Symptoms include high fever, headache, tiredness, dry cough, sore throat, and muscle aches. Health problems from influenza include bacterial pneumonia and dehydration, based on Boulder County. Based on the Centers for Disease Control, probably the most active months…

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Anchorage in Alaska bans fireworks show after extreme heat wave

Anchorage in Alaska bans fireworks show after extreme heat wave
July 5, 2019

The town of Anchorage, Alaska, canceled its July 4 fireworks show this week over an extreme heatwave. The Anchorage Fire Division put out a burn ban and mentioned that any use of fireworks could lead to a fine. “Just a reminder per MOA Code 14.70.180 it’s illegal to sell knowingly, possess, or use any explosive fireworks or stench bombs to which fuses are attached or that are capable of ignition…

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