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Russia says waiting for assurances of Ukraine gas payments

Reuters 9 minutes ago Science News » Some skywatchers captured incredible views of the Orionid meteor shower earlier this week, but even if you can't catch the peaking shower outside tonight (Oct. 21), … A potentially amazing partial solar ... Yahoo! Canada, 2 months ago
US News & World Report

Bernard Kerik Should Help the U.S. Reform Its Prison System

One of those famous French or Russian social critics masquerading as novelist and nowadays quoted more often than they are read once said something profound about being able to judge the state of a society by the conditions inside its prisons. ...
 US News & World Report1 week ago
The Guardian Express

Russian Scientist Has Spied Large Asteroid Headed Toward Earth [Video]

A Russian scientist has spied a large mountain sized asteroid headed toward Earth. The astrophysicist stated that he and his colleagues have sited the huge space rock whose orbit is believed to cross the planet every three years.Researchers are ...
 The Guardian Express2 weeks ago Mountain-Sized Asteroid Poses No Threat To Earth  Red Orbit2 weeks ago Mountain-sized Asteroid Won't Impact Earth for 150 Yrs: Nasa  International Business Times India2 weeks ago Russian Scientists Have Discovered A Mountain-Sized Asteroid, And It's Headed This Way  Inquisitr2 weeks ago
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What WAS that? Shocking footage captures moment a FIREBALL lights up the sky

A POSSIBLE meteor has been captured on camera streaking across the skies of Siberia. The mysterious ball of flame appeared over a road near Yekaterinburg, 1,000 miles east of Moscow. It was caught by a driver's dash-cam as it flashed across the ...
 Scottish Daily Express1 month ago Dash cam captures huge fireball  Herald Sun1 month ago Flash in the sky freaks out driver  Brisbane Courier-Mail1 month ago

A Nobel gesture

Russia's richest man and a major stakeholder in Arsenal football club has bought James Watson's Nobel Prize award for £2.6m with the intention of giving it back to him. Alisher Usmanov, who owns the country's biggest ore producer, bought the medal ...
 Irish Independent2 weeks ago
Carnegie Endowment

Moldova Is Next Battleground for Russia and EU

It was aclose call. After abitter election campaign that pitted pro-European parties against awell-financed pro-Russian Party ofSocialists, Moldovans opted fora European course inparliamentary elections onNov. 30. Theresults showed acountry torn ...
 Moscow Times3 weeks ago The Ascent of Indonesia's Presidency  Carnegie Endowment1 month ago Son of a Carpenter to Lead Indonesia  RIA Novosti2 months ago

Something Mysterious Lit Up the Russian Sky — and No One Knows Exactly What It Was

Video posted online shows something light up — possibly explode — over Russia's Sverdlovsk region Friday — but no one is exactly certain about what it is. The incredible dashcam footage shows the sky first glow red before morphing into a ...
 Blaze.com1 month ago An Enormous Blast Lit Up The Whole Sky In Russia And No One Knows What It Was  Business Insider Australia1 month ago An Enormous Blast Lit Up The Russian Sky And Nobody Can Figure Out What It Was  Business Insider1 month ago

Russia plans to launch remote earth probe satellites

MOSCOW, November 14. /TASS/. Russia plans to launch two satellites next year for remote earth probing. The satellites, Resource-P 3, which is under construction now,according to schedule, and Kanopus-V 2, are planned to be launched next year, ...
 Itar Tass1 month ago

Meteoric rise - Yemeni Houthis' emergence as a national powerbroker

Type 79/85 7.62 mm self-loading sniper rifles Development The Type 79 self-loading sniper rifle is a direct copy of the Russian SVD Dragunov. A later variant, the Type 85 appears indistinguishable from the earlier Type 79 and the ...
 Jane's1 month ago
Slate Magazine

No One's Looking for Dangerous Meteors in the Southern Hemisphere Anymore

Telescope dome at Siding Spring Observatory, New South Wales. Photo courtesy Iridia/Creative Commons The southern hemisphere's only early warning system for meteors, asteroids, and comets approaching the planet has closed due to lack of ...
 Slate Magazine1 month ago
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