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NASA probe detects polar cap on distant Pluto - Big News Network 30th April, 2015 For the first time, images from NASA's New Horizons ... space, it is stunning to see Pluto, literally a dot of light as seen from 04/30/2015 - 4:01 am | View Link
Nasa captures possible zombie 'screams' from stars Pic credit: Nasa/JHU-APL/SwRI New Horizons detects possible polar cap on Pluto This image of ... it’s stunning to see Pluto, literally a dot of light as seen from Earth, becoming a real place right before our eyes,” said Alan Stern, New Horizons ... 05/1/2015 - 9:04 pm | View Link
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NASA probe detects 'polar cap' on distant Pluto Washington: For the first time, images from NASA's New Horizons spacecraft are revealing bright ... it is stunning to see Pluto, literally a dot of light as seen from the Earth, becoming a real place right before our eyes," added Alan Stern, New Horizons ... 04/29/2015 - 8:31 pm | View Link
NASA New Horizons probe detects ‘polar cap’ on distant dwarf planet Pluto NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft took images of bright and dark ... “After travelling more than nine years through space, it is stunning to see Pluto, literally a dot of light as seen from the Earth, becoming a real place right before our eyes ... 04/29/2015 - 8:23 pm | View Link
New Horizons detects possible polar ice caps on Pluto After over nine years of travel, NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is starting to provide ... yet of the most distant planet of the classic Solar System, which have revealed light areas on the surface that show it may have polar caps. The new images were ... 04/29/2015 - 6:33 pm | View Link
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The buildup to Pope Francis' planned encyclical on global climate change has begun, with the moral case for acting to combat manmade global warming taking center stage in a way it never has before
The encyclical, which is a papal letter sent to all bishops around the world, will likely come out next month, but Francis is already having an influence on the global debate about climate change
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The pope's involvement comes at a critical time for climate action, as global leaders work toward creating an entirely new framework for a bottom-up climate agreement that will involve every nation in the world committing to do their part to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions.
Apple CEO Tim Cook wears his Apple Watch everywhere (even in the shower). But if you look closely at photos of his watch, you can see that it's a totally unique model that is not available to the public. Take a look at the photo of Cook holding an Apple Watch at the top of this article.
Newsprint is on life support, emoji are multiplying faster than hungry Gremlins, and 300 million people worldwide strive to make their point in 140 or fewer characters
People don't have the time or the attention span to read any more words than necessary. You want your readers to hear you out, understand your message, and perhaps be entertained, right?
The race for the Republican presidential nomination will gain three new candidates this week: a retired physician, a former corporate chief, and a former governor and media personality who face long odds of success but who could help shape the primary-season debate and the calculations of front-runners trying to build winning coalitions.
What if you encountered an interactive art installation when you walked into a conference, park, building lobby or other semi-public place? Better yet, what if it was designed to spark your imagination and spur conversations with others nearby? That’s what happened when TEDx group organizers met at their annual TEDActive meeting in Whistler, British Columbia in March.