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Green cleaning products emit as many harmful chemicals as regular

February 8, 2024
Many cleaning products labeled as \"green\" emit just as many harmful chemicals as regular products, new research has revealed.

Valencia might have to ship water to Catalonia if drought continues

February 8, 2024
The governments of Catalonia, Valencia and Spain have reached an agreement to devise a plan to ship water from Valencia to Catalonia as a way to provide partial help to the worsening drought crisis affecting the Mediterranean region.

Researchers find that dust in atmosphere is feeding algae in mountain lakes

February 7, 2024
The world\'s freshwater systems are in a sort of a climate-change cocktail—rising temperatures, fluctuating levels of environmental acidity and shifting concentrations of dissolved nutrients.

Extreme eruption on young sun-like star signals savage environment for developing exoplanets

February 7, 2024
Astronomers have detected an extreme eruption from a young star that became more than a hundred times brighter in only a few hours.

World's southernmost base station established in Antarctica

February 7, 2024
In a groundbreaking venture, Telenor announces the opening of the world\'s southernmost commercial base station in Antarctica, setting a new benchmark for connectivity in the harshest of environments.

German Chemical Society to award 10,000 euro Mario Markus Prize for inventions with no visible application

February 6, 2024
Every year, the German Chemical Society (GDCh) awards the 10,000 euro \"Mario Markus Prize for Natural Sciences\" for an unexpected invention or discovery in the natural sciences that has no visible application.

New method spots cosmic threats

February 6, 2024
A team of scientists has unveiled a novel method for the early estimation of coronal mass ejection (CME) direction in 3D space.

Astronomers discovers galaxy that shouldn't exist

February 5, 2024
A team of astronomers, led by Arizona State University Assistant Research Scientist Tim Carleton, has discovered a dwarf galaxy that appeared in James Webb Space Telescope imaging that wasn\'t the primary observation target.

Swiss police recruit more ‘super recognisers’ to identify criminals

February 4, 2024
Police have recruited six so-called \"super recognisers” in the eastern Swiss city of St Gallen to help them identify criminals.

China's Smart Dragon-3 rocket launches 9 satellites from sea with Egypt's first Nexsat-1

February 4, 2024
China on Saturday launched a Smart Dragon-3 (SD-3) carrier rocket from the sea, sending nine satellites into planned orbit.

Asteroid passed Earth safely on Friday, next potentially dangerous will arrive in 2029

February 3, 2024
An asteroid nearly five football fields passed the Earth on Friday, the Taipei Astronomical Museum has reported.

MicroCarb CO2 monitoring satellite ready for launch

February 2, 2024
The first European space mission designed to monitor carbon fluxes on Earth by precisely measuring carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has completed assembly and qualification in the UK.
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