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Report: Evidence Of Life Found In Lake Deep Beneath Antarctic Ice

Scientists have found the bodies of tardigrades, algae, diatoms and small crustaceans in a body of water buried under more than a kilometer of Antarctic ice, according to a report by Nature . The results come from the scientific access project to the subglacial lakes of Antarctica (SALSA), which previously announced that it would explore the water, called Lago Mercer, …

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‘Blood moon’ to slip into Earth’s shadow

The only total lunar eclipse of 2019 will be held on Sunday when the shadow of the Earth will fall on the moon, turning it into a reddish "blood moon". The total phase of the eclipse will be visible from the western hemisphere, from Europe and from the western part of Africa, as well as from northern Russia. Assuming good …

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What to Expect from the Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse

The moon takes on a red hue as it slides into the shadow of the Earth during a total lunar eclipse. Credit: CHEN HSI FU / Shutterstock Call in Monday to work (Monday, January 21st) and prepare to spend Sunday evening staring at the sky: The eclipse of Super Blood Wolf Moon is coming. This is a bite, but break …

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Lunar Eclipse to Darken Moon over North, South America

People in many parts of North and South America will see a 'lunar eclipse on Sunday and early Monday morning A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon crosses the Earth shadow while our planet revolves around the sun. This type of event does not occur every year. The last lunar eclipse seen in the United States was held in September …

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More Asteroids Strike Earth Since Age of Dinosaurs: Study

Between two and three times the number of asteroids hit the Earth and the Moon from the age of the dinosaurs, when a massive collision between the space rocks erased them forever, the researchers said. The montage rhythm began around 290 million years ago, and probably coincides with a sort of great cosmic smash in the main asteroid belt between …

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