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Nestor lashes Georgia after Florida tornado damage - Axios
The post-tropical cyclone has caused power outages in both states.

Surprise Discovery Could Explain How Early Universe Black Holes Grew So Enormous - ScienceAlert
In recent years, cosmologists peering back to the very dawn of our Universe have discovered something peculiar. A whole bunch of supermassive black holes - in a time thought way too early for such massive objects to have formed.

Comets and Interstellar Objects Could be Exporting Earth Life Out into the Milky Way - Universe Today
A new study suggests that comets and asteroids that graze Earth's atmosphere might be responsible for the spread of life throughout the Universe.

A spacewalk to remember, aviator and astronomer share thoughts on historic moment -
Friday morning at the right time you may have looked up and above us all astronomical history was made when astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir floated outside the International Space Station to work on the station's batteries. Meir speaking to Preside…

Orionid meteor shower 2019 is peaking soon. Here’s how to see these shooting stars. -
The Orionids are known as one of the best meteor showers of the year, and they will be peaking this week, producing 20 to 25 meteors per hour in dark locations. Here's what to know about when and where to see these shooting stars.

Wind Turbines Harm Birds – These Design and Placement Rules Could Minimize the Impact - SciTechDaily
Wind energy is increasingly seen as a sustainable alternative to fossil fuels, as it contributes to a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. It is estimated that by 2050, wind turbines will contribute more than 20% of the global electricity supply. However, t…

Photos show the mysterious giant squid over 150 years of discovery - Business Insider
Giant squid have been recorded in US waters for the first time in history. These photos show why they are still so mysterious.

Guess what's on the receiving end of more NASA dollars for SLS? - The Register
Hint: It rhymes with 'throwing' as lawmakers baulk at lobbing an unknown amount of cash into the 2024 lunar bonfire

Space Photos of the Week: Reading the Universe in Infrared - WIRED
Telescopes that see things in a different spectrum show us the hidden secrets of the stars.

California earthquake: MICROBES could save buildings from Big One - ‘Time is running out’ -
EARTHQUAKES could one day become extinct following a groundbreaking project using injected microbes to stabilise soil.

How Can a Star Be Older Than the Universe? -
Space Mysteries: If the universe is 13.8 billion years old, how can a star be more than 14 billion years old?

All Hail the Blob, the Smart Slime Mold Confounding Science - WIRED
A Parisian zoo has opened an unusual new exhibit: a blob of slime mold with almost 720 sexes.

NASA's first all-female spacewalk goes off without a hitch - CBS This Morning
A routine maintenance mission aboard the International Space Station made history Friday when NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir completed the f...

What Happens With the International Space Station at the end of its Life? - autoevolution
The International Space Station is a habitable satellite currently soaring around the Earth at 27,600 kph (17,100 mph), at an altitude of just over 400 km (250 miles) and it completes 15.5 full orbits of the planet each day. It’s been doing so since 1998, hav…

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