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September 12, 2013
JIB Antennas Will Support Ship ID Capability Being Added to Canadas RADARSAT Constellation Mission
Carpinteria CA (SPX) Sep 09, 2013
Small, lightweight JIB antennas from Northrop Grumman's Astro Aerospace business unit will help provide a new maritime identification capability for Canada's three RADARSAT Constellation Mission (RCM) Earth observation satellites planned for launch in 2018. Astro Aerospace will provide 13 self-deploying, monopole JIB antennas as part of an Automated Identification System (AIS) being added to the identical radar-imaging satellites under a contract from RCM prime contractor MacDonald, Dettwiler and ... read more
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Researchers discover rare fossil ape cranium in China
A team of scientists from Penn State, The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Arizona State University, Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University, and the Yunnan Cultural Re ... more

Certification of aquaculture critical to sustainable seafood production
Certification of products from aquatic farming - aquaculture - is contributing to sustainable production, but it also has serious limits. Therefore it should be seen as one approach among many for s ... more

New study points finger at climate in mammoth's demise
A wide-ranging probe into woolly mammoths has added to evidence that the towering tusker was wiped out by climate change, scientists said on Wednesday. ... more
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After a Fire, Before a Flood: NASA's Landsat Directs Restoration to At-Risk Areas
While the 138,000-acre Silver Fire still smoldered, forest restoration specialists were on the job. They analyzed maps created using Landsat satellite data to determine where the burn destroyed vege ... more


Relocation, relocation
Scientists at the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) have devised a novel method to identify suitable new homes for animals under threat from climate change. Conservation scientists used their ... more
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More land needs protection to satisfy treaties, study shows
Can the separate international commitments of protecting 17% of the planet's terrestrial surface and of conserving 60% of the world's plant species within these protected areas be met simultaneously ... more

Wide range of differences, mostly unseen, among humans
No two human beings are the same. Although we all possess the same genes, our genetic code varies in many places. And since genes provide the blueprint for all proteins, these variants usually resul ... more
24/7 Energy News Coverage
PPPL takes detailed look at 2-D structure of turbulence in tokamaks

Converting carbon dioxide to carbon monoxide using water, electricity

Understanding rare earth emulsions

'Air-breathing' battery could cut costs of renewable energy storage

Breaking down stubborn cellulose

Sandia scientists find the optimal way to mop up surplus solar flux on CSP towers

A new miniature solution for storing renewable energy


New technique to assess cost issues from major flood damage
A new approach to calculating the cost of damage caused by flooding is to be presented at the International Conference of Flood Resilience: Experiences in Asia and Europe at the University of Exeter ... more

Drug patch treatment sees new breakthrough
An assistant professor with the Virginia Tech - Wake Forest School of Biomedical Engineering has developed a flexible microneedle patch that allows drugs to be delivered directly and fully through t ... more

Indonesian farmers take legal action against president over haze
Indonesian farmers in a province at the centre of Southeast Asia's worst smog outbreak for years have filed a lawsuit against the president in response to the haze crisis, activists said Wednesday. ... more
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Tropical Storm Gabrielle batters Bermuda: forecasters
Tropical Storm Gabrielle was battering Bermuda with heavy rains and powerful winds Tuesday, as US forecasters warned it was strengthening and moving closer to the popular vacation spot. ... more

Long-disappeared rivers may have helped human migrations out of Africa
Three ancient river systems, now long buried, may have supported ancient human migration routes out of Africa to the Mediterranean, British researchers say. ... more
Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense
EU ministers close ranks to support Iran deal

North Korea tells UN will not negotiate with a 'hostile' US

US, S. Korea begin major navy drill

China's Xi caught between Kim nukes, Trump tweets

India, Russia to hold first 'tri-service' war games

Baghdad accuses Kurds of 'declaration of war'

Once promised paradise, IS fighters end up in mass graves


Canada builds up arctic maritime surveillance
Canada is going ahead with plans to keep closer tabs on arctic shipping amid competing claims on the region, especially those from Russia and northern European states. ... more

Kenya says newly discovered aquifer could supply water for 70 years
Kenya's government says a huge water source has been discovered in the arid northern Turkana region that could supply the country for 70 years. ... more

Landslide kills 13 in Mexico
Heavy rain caused sand to collapse from a hill and engulf homes in the eastern Mexican state of Veracruz, killing at least 13 people including three children, officials said Tuesday. ... more
U.N. condemns Australia's treatment of refugees

New technique to assess cost issues from major flood damage

Australia reiterates tough asylum boat policy

Lab-made complexes are "sun sponges"

Physicists pinpoint key property of material that both conducts and insulates

Using x-ray vision to detect unseen gold

Japan seeds clouds to boost Tokyo rain

Report reveals missed opportunities to save water and energy

Massive pumping of groundwater for cities said raising arsenic risks

Warming Antarctic seas likely to impact on krill habitats

Change of Venue for NASA's IceBridge Antarctic Operations

New study points finger at climate in mammoth's demise


Scientists strike water in Kenya's parched north
The Kenyan government and UNESCO on Wednesday announced the discovery of a huge supply of underground water in the impoverished, drought-stricken extreme north of the country. ... more

Searchers look for 2,500 Japan tsunami dead
Police and the coastguard in Japan carried out large-scale searches Wednesday for the bodies of more than 2,500 people still missing two-and-a-half years since the quake-tsunami and nuclear disaster it spawned. ... more

Humberto becomes season's first east Atlantic hurricane
Humberto, churning far off land, has become the first hurricane of the season in the eastern Atlantic, US forecasters said Wednesday. ... more

Over-pumping sucks arsenic into Hanoi's water
Arsenic has infiltrated an aquifer that provides water for the Vietnamese capital Hanoi, scientists said Wednesday, warning that the phenomenon could also occur elsewhere. ... more
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Heavy elements in neutron star mergers detected

NASA Missions Catch First Light from a Gravitational-Wave Event

A new era of multi-messenger astronomy with LIGO discovery

Astronomers find potential solution into how planets form

NASA Seeks Information from Potential Funders for Spitzer

A star that devoured its own planets


Massive pumping of groundwater for cities said raising arsenic risks


Meteor molecules give hint of possible early Earth life


Confucius makes comeback at Chinese tables


Top China blogger appears on TV amid Internet crackdown


Cooler conditions help firefighters in Australia


Scientist say just a few Asian carp may be big trouble for Great Lakes


Arctic ice shrinking in volume, too: ESA


Deep-ocean carbon sinks


Beneath Earth's surface, scientists find long 'fingers' of heat


Protecting 17 percent of Earth's land could save two-thirds of plant species

Rising reuse of wastewater in forecast but world lacks data

Pico-world of molecular bioscavengers, mops and sponges being designed

Global warming has increased risk of record heat

Report reveals missed opportunities to save water and energy

Overgrazing turning parts of Mongolian Steppe into desert

Clues in coral bleaching mystery

400-year study finds Northeast forests resilient, changing

New model of Earth's interior reveals clues to hotspot volcanoes

Scientists confirm existence of largest single volcano on earth

US bars sale, trade of white rhino horns

Tropical storm Gabrielle heads for Bermuda: forecasters

Australia reiterates tough asylum boat policy

'La Nada' Pacific ocean patterns make forecasting difficult

Dozens of bushfires flare in Australia

Logging, herbicides harm Monarch butterfly: study

Giant white diamond could fetch $35mn in Hong Kong: Sotheby's

Researchers find new opportunites for waste heat

Stanford Scientists Use DNA to Assemble a Transistor From Graphene

Indiana Jones meets George Jetson

Blue-green algae a 5-tool player in converting waste to fuel

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