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First selfie from space goes up for auction

Astronauts captured some of the brightest moments of space exploration with their own photos. Now, what’s being called the most comprehensive private collection of NASA photographs ever presented, chronicling major moments in NASA’s history — part of a collection of 2,400 original vintage photos called “Voyage To Another World — were auctioned this week by […]

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Proposed design could reduce nitrogen oxide emissions by 95 percent, a new study finds — ScienceDaily

At cruising altitude, airplanes emit a steady stream of nitrogen oxides into the atmosphere, where the chemicals can linger to produce ozone and fine particulates. Nitrogen oxides, or NOx, are a major source of air pollution and have been associated with asthma, respiratory disease, and cardiovascular disorders. Previous research has shown that the generation of […]

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Twitter prepares for Biden transition

Twitter has announced that the official account of the president of the United States (@POTUS) will be handed over to President-elect Joe Biden on January 20, along with other official accounts associated with the federal government — this as the White House continues to hold up the transition. CBS News political correspondent Ed O’Keefe reports. […]

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The Capitol Riot and Climate Disinformation

How the riot ties in with climate disinformation Last week, a mob incited by President Trump stormed the United States Capitol building. Rioters broke windows, beat law enforcement officers, vandalized offices and tried to track down members of Congress with mayhem in mind. At least five people died. For those of us who cover climate […]

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2020 is Tied With 2016 as Hottest Year Ever on Record

Last year effectively tied 2016 as the hottest year on record, European climate researchers announced Friday, as global temperatures continued their relentless rise brought on by the emission of heat-trapping greenhouse gases. The record warmth — which fueled deadly heat waves, droughts, intense wildfires and other environmental disasters around the world in 2020 — occurred […]

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What is a coronavirus testing desert?

Watch CBSN Live CBS News correspondent Mark Strassmann spoke with Jennifer Nuzzo, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, about areas where people don’t have access to coronavirus tests, known as testing deserts. Copyright © 2021 CBS Interactive Inc. All rights reserved. Source link قالب وردپرس

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