The Sun Could Unleash A Massive Superflare In The Next Years Scientists Warn Htm
Indonesia haze causes sky to turn blood red
Sep 23rd, 2019 10:55 UTC BBC News
Skies over an Indonesian province turned red over the weekend, thanks to the widespread forest fires which have plagued huge parts of the country.
As global temperatures rise, Southern Californians will be faced with new realities to complicate our postcard-perfect weather. Summerlong heat waves could .
Study shows Venus may have once enjoyed a temperate climate
Sep 23rd, 2019 13:49 UTC Astronomy Now Online
Hellish Venus is as hot as a commercial pizza oven with surface temperatures averaging around 460 degrees Celsius (860 Fahrenheit), far too hot for water or .
A coronagraph is a specialized instrument designed to block out the light of the sun so that researchers can glimpse the burning star’s hot, thin, outermost layer, .
Can solar panels handle the heat of a warming world?
(Sep 2019) Grist
This story was originally published by CityLab and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Solar cells need sunlight to generate electricity, .
The White River filth hiding in plain sight
Sep 23rd, 2019 11:09 UTC Indianapolis Star
The White River is getting cleaner but has a long way to go. If we ever want to use the river, we’ll need to solve the problem of toxic runoff.
Obituary: Horton Eugene Austin – Lewiston Sun Journal
Sep 23rd, 2019 08:03 UTC Obituary: Horton Eugene Austin Lewiston Sun Journal
LEWISTON – Horton Eugene Austin, 90, a resident of Wales passed away on Friday, Sept. 20, 2019, four months after his beloved wife, Ruby, with his loving .
It’s amazing what you can find on Google Earth
on 22nd of Sep 2019 Ballarat Courier
As I ride my e-scooter through Warsaw and past the bronze statue of Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus, I start to wonder what he would make of one of our .
Dark ‘Half-Magnets’ from the Sun Could Be Streaming Through Us Every Day
(since Aug, 2019) Livescience.com
So far, physicists haven’t found any traces of the particles that make up the dark, invisible world.