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Sharks measuring over three metres will be caught, shot and thrown back into sea

Sharks measuring over three metres will be caught, shot and thrown back into sea

In an attempt to cut down public anxiety over shark attacks sharks measuring over three metres that get close mainstream sunny shores in Western Australia will be gotten, shot and dumped go into the ocean.

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Researchers advance closer to finding ‘mystery layer’ of battery electrodes

Researchers advance closer to finding ‘mystery layer’ of battery electrodes

Scientists have thought of a procedure to infinitesimally take a gander at electric storage device terminals while they are washed in wet electrolytes, emulating sensible conditions inside genuine electric cells, as per the Department of Energy's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.

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British space-weather centre to protect from solar super-storms

British space-weather centre to protect from solar super-storms

The government stated that Britain will one year from now have its space-climate place for anticipating the landing of sunlight based "super-storms" that can trigger power outages crosswise over entire urban areas and thump out GPs satellites.

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200,000 people want to live on Red Planet

200,000 people want to live on Red Planet

Plans to colonize Mars are situated to move ahead after 200,000 individuals connected to live on the Red Planet, in spite of the fact that they won't ever come back to Earth in the event that they really go.

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New way to locate MOM

New way to locate MOM

ISRO has utilized another system despite any precedent to the contrary to find the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) - at present over 65 lakh km far from earth.

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Christmas time doesn’t go very well with warm and hazy weather

Christmas time doesn’t go very well with warm and hazy weather

Forecasters with the Bay Area Air Quality Management District called for the season's record-setting eighteenth Spare the Air caution on Christmas Day, which implies Bay Area inhabitants aren't allowed to light wood fires for 24 hours.

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Apollo 8 space explorer denote 1968 telecast to Earth

Apollo 8 space explorer denote 1968 telecast to Earth

Remaining by a piece of the Apollo 8 space apparatus he once rode, resigned outer-space man James Lovell on Monday read the 1968 Christmas-time telecast from the day he and two others turned into the first people to circle the moon.

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Computer pioneer, Alan Turing gets pardon

Computer pioneer, Alan Turing gets pardon

Alan Turing, the British mathematician who was the one assisting in defeating the Nazis by breaking their mystery codes and laid the foundation for cutting edge Pc science, was post mortem acquitted by Queen Elizabeth on Monday for a 1952 conviction for being gay.

There are certain things that one requires to know about Turin's life and personality.

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NASA says Christmas eve spacewalk could wind up repair

NASA says Christmas eve spacewalk could wind up repair

The Christmas Eve spacewalk decided by NASA at the International Space Station must now wind up all repairs on a broken down cooling line.

Astronauts Rick Mastracchio and Michael Hopkins took away the pump with fault this week. All the repair work was done on time for Christmas as they made extra efforts to fix the external cooling line which stopped working on Dec. 11.

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Unprecedented 'Massive Lake' stuck under Greenland ice

Unprecedented 'Massive Lake' stuck under Greenland ice

According to a new study a gigantic supply of melt water is trapped underneath the solidified scene of the Greenland ice sheet, where temperatures regularly drift beneath zero degrees Fahrenheit.

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