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Impact void related to Martian tsunamis

Impact void related to Martian tsunamis

Image copyright Science Photo Library Image caption Did early Mars have a immeasurable northern ocean? Scientists have located an impact void related to absolute tsunamis that swept opposite partial of ancient Mars. The group trust an asteroid triggered 150m-high waves when it plunged into an sea suspicion to have existed on northern Mars 3 billion years ago. Lomonosov void in ...

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Impact void related to Martian tsunamis

Impact void related to Martian tsunamis

Image copyright Science Photo Library Image caption Did early Mars have a immeasurable northern ocean? Scientists have located an impact void related to absolute tsunamis that swept opposite partial of ancient Mars. The group trust an asteroid triggered 150m-high waves when it plunged into an sea suspicion to have existed on northern Mars 3 billion years ago. Lomonosov void in ...

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Changing to BST: Will a time change impact your kids?

25 Mar 2017 Last updated during 11:09 GMT Scientists during a University of Oxford are operative with BBC Learning to establish how children’s nap patterns and bedtime routines are influenced by changing a times between British Summer Time and Greenwich Mean Time.

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Exmoor gardens raided by ‘wily aged stag’

A “wily old” ram has learnt how to take bird nuts from gardens – regulating a antlers. The mature red deer ram was filmed raiding a suburban garden on a corner of Exmoor, Somerset by biologist Dr Jochen Langbein. Mr Langbein, who has followed a deer for dual years, said: “It’s schooled to really deliberately use a tip of his ...

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Trump administration approves Keystone XL pipeline

Trump administration approves Keystone XL pipeline

Image copyright Reuters The Trump administration has released a assent to appetite association TransCanada to build a Keystone XL pipeline. The State Department pronounced it had found a project, that was blocked by former US President Barack Obama, to be in a US inhabitant interest. The 1,180 mile (1,900km) tube will lift connect sands oil from Canada to refineries on ...

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‘Devastating’ coral detriment in South China Sea

‘Devastating’ coral detriment in South China Sea

Image copyright Thomas DeCarlo Image caption Coral splotch during a Dongsha Atoll Scientists are warning of another “devastating” detriment of coral due to a spike in sea temperatures. They contend 40% of coral has died during a Dongsha Atoll in a South China Sea. Nothing as serious has happened on Dongsha for during slightest 40 years, according to experts. Anne ...

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Bloodhound supersonic automobile record bid slips again

Bloodhound supersonic automobile record bid slips again

Image copyright BLOODHOUND SSC Image caption Bloodhound will do tie-down tests and low-speed runs in 2017 The British-led bid to mangle a World Land Speed Record is going to trip again – to 2018. The Bloodhound Super-Sonic Car was ostensible to go racing after this year, to try to lift a stream symbol of 763mph (1,228km/h) to over 800mph. But ...

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Bloodhound record bid slips again

Bloodhound record bid slips again

Image copyright BLOODHOUND SSC The British-led bid to mangle a World Land Speed Record is going to trip again – to 2018. The Bloodhound Super-Sonic Car was ostensible to go racing after this year, to try to lift a stream symbol of 763mph (1,228km/h) to over 800mph. But what are described as “short-term income upsurge problems” have put a hole ...

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