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New NASA space laser isn't a 'Space Force' weapon

The Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite-2 will direct six lasers at sheets of ice and glaciers in the Arctic and Antarctica to gather data on how they are changing.
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NASA space laser will measure Earth's melting ice by satellite

NASA's Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite-2, or ICESat-2, will direct lasers at sheets of ice in the Arctic and Antarctica to note changes.
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NASA’s New Satellite Uses Lasers To Measure Earth’s Melting Ice [Video]NASA’s New Satellite Uses Lasers To Measure Earth’s Melting Ice

NASA’s new ICESat-2 should give us a much better idea of just how fast Earth’s ice is melting.

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Researchers Propose Out-Of-The-Box Solution To Melting Glaciers [Video]Researchers Propose Out-Of-The-Box Solution To Melting Glaciers

Glaciers are melting all over the world, but scientists say that building walls on the seafloor could help solve the problem. According to CNN, such walls would prevent glaciers from melting and sea..

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Cornell Scientist Resigns [Video]Cornell Scientist Resigns

According to Science Magazine, a Cornell nutrition scientist has resigned after retractions and misconduct findings based on his research. In a statement issued yesterday, Cornell’s provost, Michael..

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Scientists Want to 'Prop Up' Antarctica to Stop Ice Sheets from Collapsing [Video]Scientists Want to 'Prop Up' Antarctica to Stop Ice Sheets from Collapsing

The wild idea could help save the world from climate change by preventing sea levels from skyrocketing.

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Florence, Mangkhut A Boon Of Disaster Data For Scientists [Video]Florence, Mangkhut A Boon Of Disaster Data For Scientists

Weather and marine scientists are scrambling to analyze a torrent of data on the origins and impacts of the deadly Florence and Mangkhut storms. The data has been collected by satellites, gauges,..

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Massive iceberg breaks from Greenland glacier [Video]Massive iceberg breaks from Greenland glacier

Time-lapse video shows a four-mile wide chunk of ice breaking away from the Helheim Glacier in Tasiilaq, Greenland, a rarely documented event called calving. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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If Earth’s great ice sheets start collapsing, massive undersea walls could hold them back

It would be best for humanity if the colossal ice sheets that blanket Antarctica stayed put. But, there's growing evidence that as the planet heats up, these sprawling glaciers could begin flowing into..
Mashable

Scientists think a giant artificial wall propped up under Antarctica’s ice sheets could stop catastrophic sea level rise

scientists think a giant artificial wall propped up under antarctica’s ice sheets could stop catastrophic sea level rise
· If the glaciers holding back ice sheets in Antarctica and Greenland were to collapse, sea level rise rates around the globe would skyrocket. · This would quickly render the coastal cities where..
Business Insider

2018 Mountain & Adventure Film Festival Gathering Begins September 28th in Los Angeles, CA

Film Festival Flix presents its annual 3-day festival celebrating Southern California’s outdoor community, brands and lifestyle. LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) September 20, 2018 The Mountain & Adventure..
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What can hundreds of dead penguins teach us about climate change?

A warmer world might be a penguin-less world.  New research has connected hundreds of mummified penguin carcasses to two disastrous weather events thought to be influenced by climate change. The..
Mashable

Silversea Announces Groundbreaking New Summer 2020/Winter 2021 Itineraries and Opens Pre-sale Exclusively to Venetian Society Members

Silversea Cruises continues to bring innovation to the luxury travel industry with a remarkable collection of 191 stunning new voyages. MONACO (PRWEB) September 19, 2018 Industry-leading..
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Cotes of London Launches Crowdfunding Campaign for a 100% Waterproof Raincoat

Cotes of London’s stylish, innovative raincoats keep wearers dry and comfortable no matter the weather condition LONDON (PRWEB) September 18, 2018 Today, Cotes of London launched a crowdfunding..
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Deep in the ocean, crustaceans use snails to survive

Two types of amphipods in deep waters near Antarctica are immune to the toxic emissions of sea snails and will hoist snails o -More- 
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German line Hapag-Lloyd Cruises targets English speakers with new expedition ship

One of Germany's best-known cruise companies, Hapag-Lloyd Cruises, hopes to draw more English speakers with a new dual-language expedition vessel. Debuting in late 2019, the 230-passenger HANSEATIC..
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NASA satellite launched to measure Earth's ice changes

VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AP) — A NASA satellite designed to precisely measure changes in Earth's ice sheets, glaciers, sea ice and vegetation was launched into polar orbit from California..
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New map of Antarctica shows the icy continent in 'stunning detail'

Scientists have created what they say is the best, most complete and accurate map ever made of the frozen continent at the bottom of the world.
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Why are there hundreds of ancient, mummified penguins in Antarctica?

Hundreds of mummified penguins in Antarctica have been found, a sign that that the penguins died because of two extreme global warming events over the past 1,000 years, according to a new study.
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Carnegie Council Announces "Ethics & International Affairs" Fall Issue: Roundtable on Ethics of Overlooked Alternatives to War, Plus Essays and Book Reviews

The centerpiece of this issue is a roundtable guest-edited by James Pattison on the ethics of overlooked alternatives to war. Other topics include: the empire of international legalism; the moral force..
PRWeb

A company's wild plan to tow an iceberg from Antarctica to Dubai

An engineering firm hopes to bring fresh water to Dubai in the form of a 100 million ton iceberg.
USATODAY.com

An engineering firm wants to tow icebergs thousands of miles from Antarctica to quench the driest areas of the world — and it's starting with Dubai

an engineering firm wants to tow icebergs thousands of miles from antarctica to quench the driest areas of the world — and it's starting with dubai
· A Dubai-based engineering firm wants to tow icebergs from Antarctica to Dubai in order to provide the city with a reserve of fresh drinking water. · The firm will use satellite imagery to select..
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