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UK team designs human mission to Mars – BBC News



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UK team designs human mission to Mars
BBC News
Scientists at Imperial College London have designed a concept mission to land astronauts on Mars. The plan envisages a three-person crew journeying to Mars aboard a small two-part craft. The craft would rotate to generate artificial gravity and use a heat 
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Common Agricultural Fungicide Linked to Poor Imjmunity in Honey bees: USDA … – Nature World News



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Common Agricultural Fungicide Linked to Poor Imjmunity in Honey bees: USDA
Nature World News
A new study has shown that a common chemical used to protect crops from fungus is reducing immunity in honey bees, leading to a condition known as colony collapse disorder. The study, conducted by researchers at University of Maryland and the U.S. 
Fungicides may make honeybees more susceptible to a parasiteTheGrower
BEE APOCALYPSE NOW Scientists discover what's killing the bees and it's Quartz
Honey bees in trouble? Blame farm chemicals, study saysNBCNews.com (blog)
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Boffins: Dolphins call each other NAMES. Not RUDE ones! – Register



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Boffins: Dolphins call each other NAMES. Not RUDE ones!
Register
Boffins have piled on yet more evidence that dolphins call each other by name when they whistle to each other. Dolphins play in the water. Scientists have reckoned for some time that dolphins have a unique whistle that acts as a distinctive name. Research 
Bottlenose dolphins use names to identify companionsThe Guardian
Dolphins 'call each other by name'BBC News
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Melting of Antarctic permafrost speeds up – Brisbane Times



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Melting of Antarctic permafrost speeds up
Brisbane Times
The accelerating melt of permafrost, a startling feature of the Arctic under climate change, has been pinpointed for the first time in Antarctica. Ground previously frozen over a geological time scale in one of the McMurdo Dry Valleys is said to be melting at a rate 
Antarctica permafrost melt spurred by solar radiation boostLos Angeles Times
Parts of East Antarctic ice sheet have melted before and could againChristian Science Monitor
Antarctica Melted in the Past, and As the Climate Warms, It's Poised to Melt AgainTIME
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Orion sticks drop-test landing – Florida Today



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Orion sticks drop-test landing
Florida Today
Orion capsule drop test 1/6/12: After six months of testing, an 18,000 pound Orion mockup took its final splash into NASA Langley Research Center's Hydro Impact Basin on Jan. 6. This test represented worst-case landing for an abort scenario in rough seas.
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Tenth Orion Capsule Flight Test Successful with Two of Three Parachutes WorkingHeadlines & Global News
NASA to test Orion parachute and promises something will go wrongLos Angeles Times
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Rapid Arctic thawing could be economic timebomb, scientists say – The Guardian



The Guardian
Rapid Arctic thawing could be economic timebomb, scientists say
The Guardian
Rapid thawing of the Arctic could trigger a catastrophic "economic timebomb" which would cost trillions of dollars and undermine the global financial system, say a group of economists and polar scientists. Governments and industry have expected the 
Arctic methane 'time bomb' could have huge economic costsBBC News
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Climate science: Vast costs of Arctic changeNature.com
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Blue Wave of Death Observed in Worm Could Point to Ways to Delay Dying – Nature World News



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Blue Wave of Death Observed in Worm Could Point to Ways to Delay Dying
Nature World News
Death comes in the form of a blue wave which ends life as it ripples from cell to cell until the whole organism is deceased, according to a new paper in the journal PLOS Biology. (Photo : Cassandra Coburn). Death comes in the form of a blue wave which ends 
Death is actually a slow process that emits an eerie blue lightmsnNOW
Wave of blue fluorescence reveals pathway of death in wormsMedical Xpress
Study: Death happens slowly and can be delayedDaily Caller
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Fast and Furious: Violent Short-Lived Stars Stunt Galaxy Growth – Space.com



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Fast and Furious: Violent Short-Lived Stars Stunt Galaxy Growth
Space.com
New observations by a powerful telescope in Chile have revealed clues into why some galaxies experience a frenetic period of rapid star birth, only to see those stellar newborns starve future generations of stars. Scientists studying the artfully named Sculptor 
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Stellar winds in galactic nurseries stifle star birthNature.com
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NASA Photos Show Outburst from Potential ‘Comet of the Century’ – Space.com



Space.com
NASA Photos Show Outburst from Potential 'Comet of the Century'
Space.com
A comet that could put on a dazzling show when it zooms through the inner solar system later this year is already blasting out huge amounts of gas and dust, new observations by a NASA spacecraft show. Images taken on June 13 by NASA's infrared Spitzer 
NASA's Spitzer Observes Gas Emission From Comet ISONJet Propulsion Laboratory
What is Comet ISON, possible 'comet of the century,' doing now?Christian Science Monitor
NASA Telescope Captures Gas, Dust Emitting Comet ISON, Which Will Visit International Business Times
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Boeing reveals interior of new commercial space capsule – collectSPACE.com



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Boeing reveals interior of new commercial space capsule
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July 22, 2013 — Boeing has thrown open the hatch to its new commercial spacecraft, offering a first look inside the capsule it is building in a bid to fly NASA astronauts to the International Space Station. At its Houston Product Support Center located near 
Ars hops in Boeing's “commercial space” spaceship, the CST-100Ars Technica
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