Latest - More n more Passenger Plane Keep Crashing...sad.
https://news-yahoo-com.cdn.ampproject.or...36443.html

A passenger plane with 107 people on board crashed in a crowded neighborhood on the edge of international airport near Pakistan's southern port city of Karachi on Friday after what appeared to be an engine failure during landing.

“We are proceeding direct, sir — we have lost engine,” a pilot said.

“Confirm your attempt on belly,” the air traffic controller said, offering a runway.

“Mayday, mayday, mayday, mayday the pilot said before the transmission ended.

The Airbus A320 appeared to attempt to land two or three times before crashing.
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oh no..condolences to the families
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https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.timesno...ive/595842

@least 97 passengers confirmed dead after a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) flight, Lahore > Karachi, crashed moments before landing in a densely populated residential area near Jinnah Int'l Airport in Karachi.

Two miracle passengers escaped from death n survived.

The A320 Airbus was carrying 91 passengers and 8 crew members from Lahore to Karachi on PK 8303.
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How did the chemical makeup of our planet's core shape its geologic history and habitability?

https://phys.org/news/2020-07-earth-sust...field.html

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7-7-2020 2:45 PM
teeth53 said:
How did the chemical makeup of our planet's core shape its geologic history and habitability?

https://phys.org/news/2020-07-earth-sust...field.html

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Our Sun Solar System may not be a smooth shield that scientists once thought. NASA venerable Voyager spacecraft have detected a huge, turbulent sea of magnetic bubbles in the heliosheath — the interface between the heliosphere and interstellar space — similar to an actively bubbling Jacuzzi tub. As scientists said finding is significant as “we now will have to change our view of how the Sun interacts with the Solar System,” said Arik Posner

NASA Voyagers space-craft existed our solar sytem n found we are protected by bubble.

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7-7-2020 2:57 PM
teeth53 said:
Our Sun Solar System may not be a smooth shield that scientists once thought. NASA venerable Voyager spacecraft have detected a huge, turbulent sea of magnetic bubbles in the heliosheath — the interface between the heliosphere and interstellar space — similar to an actively bubbling Jacuzzi tub. As scientists said finding is significant as “we now will have to change our view of how the Sun interacts with the Solar System,” said Arik Posner

NASA Voyagers space-craft existed our solar sytem n found we are protected by bubble.

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https://www.universetoday.com/86446/voya...ar-system/

With newer computer model to analyze data. Scientists found the Sun’s distant magnetic field is likely made up of bubbles approximately 100 million miles (160 million kilometers) wide — “like long sausages,” said Merav Opher.
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To Mars in 72 hours. Sounded too good.by NASA.
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Astronomers have found a "Milky Way look-alike" galaxy in deep space, 12 billion light-years from our own, according to a new study. 

Published in Nature, details the discovery of galaxy SPT0418-47, which not only has surprised the researchers but looks similar to other nearby galaxies, throwing a wrench into what experts previously knew about galaxy formation.

“This result represents a breakthrough in the field of galaxy formation, showing that the structures that we observe in nearby spiral galaxies and in our Milky Way were already in place 12 billion years ago,” said the study's lead author, Francesca Rizzo, a doctoral student from the Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics in Germany, in a statement.

https://www.foxnews.com/science/milky-wa...from-earth
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The Andromeda galaxy, our nearest neighbor, has a massive and uniquely structured halo that is actually bumping up against the Milky Way's halo, according to new research using the Hubble Space Telescope.

https://www.cnn.com/2020/08/28/world/and...index.html
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One meteor going to about hit earth one day before USA GE in Nov ?
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