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NASA’s Kepler spacecraft dead after discovering thousands of planets

NASA’s Kepler spacecraft, which discovered more than 2,680 exoplanets orbiting distant stars and allowed scientists to statistically show billions more must exist across the Milky Way, has finally run out of fuel, bringing one of NASA’s most scientifically productive projects to an end after an extended nine-and-a-half year mission, mission managers said Tuesday. “The Kepler […]

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Researchers determine Texans would be healthier with stronger limits on sulfur dioxide — ScienceDaily

Cleaning up or replacing coal-fired power plants that lack sulfur pollution controls could help Texans breathe cleaner, healthier air, according to researchers at Rice University. A study led by environmental engineer Daniel Cohan analyzed models that measure the effects of emissions from 13 coal plants in Texas. Along with their conclusions on the modeling systems […]

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Facebook removes Iran-linked accounts spreading false info

Facebook removed another set of accounts, groups and Pages – 82 in total – that were engaging in coordinated inauthentic behavior originating in Iran and targeting people in the United States and United Kingdom. The accounts spread divisive political or anti-Trump content, including images calling President Trump “The worst, most hated president in American history.” Others […]

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Study shows that children with asthma react differently to changes in air pollution depending on the environment they grow up in — ScienceDaily

Children with asthma who grow up in a New York City neighborhood where air pollution is prevalent need emergency medical treatment more often than asthmatics in less polluted areas. This is according to researchers from Columbia University in the US in a new study published in the Springer Nature-branded journal Pediatric Research. Lead author, Stephanie […]

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