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Scientists in Russia Create 3D Model of 2013 Chelyabinsk Meteor

Researchers presented their findings regarding the Chelyabinsk meteor, as well as new findings on a lesser-known meteor which struck Russia in 2014. Researchers inRussia created a 3D model ofthe Chelyabinsk meteorite, the Ural Federal University ... Sputnik, 2 days ago

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Russia's Afterthought Laika Monument

Atlas Obscura on Slate is a blog about the world's hidden wonders. Like us on Facebook and Tumblr , or follow us on Twitter . The Russian mutt known as Laika was the first animal to orbit the Earth, doing so aboard Sputnik 2 in 1957. More than ...
 Slate Magazine1 day ago

Asteroid impact should we be concerned?

The meteor trail seen above an apartment block in Chelyabinsk on February 15th 2013 By Will Goodbody, Science & Technology Correspondent In February 2013 a 20 metre wide 7,000 ton piece of space dirt unexpectedly ripped across the skies above ...
 RTE Online4 days ago The difference between asteroids and meteorites  PhysOrg.com1 month ago Asteroid Day Takes Aim at the World's Cosmic Blind Spot  NBCNews.com4 days ago Forearming for Armageddon: Asteroid Day 2015  Digital Journal1 week ago
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Russians rite of passage — a summer abroad — a victim of strains with West

By , MOSCOW — Muscovite Polina Pevneva first flew to London to study English nine years ago — a long-ago era when ambitious young Russians packed planes in the summertime to practice language skills and build a future with the West. When ...
 Washington Post1 week ago

Swedish Air Chief Raps Russian Provocations

Gen. Micael Byden of Sweden, pictured here in 2011 as a brigadier general. (Photo: Sgt. 1st Class Malin Gezelius/ISAF) PARIS — Sweden's Air Force chief denounced provocative tactics used by Russian pilots in the Baltic region as "very dangerous" ...
 DefenseNews.com2 weeks ago

Jamie Vardy's meteoric rise from non-league star to England debut

Chris Dawkes charts the meteoric rise of Sheffield's Jamie Vardy: Opposite Stocksbridge Park Steels, a non-league football club in Sheffield, there's a playing field used for training and blooding young footballers. It was paid for by the £15,000 ...
 ITV.com4 weeks ago
International Business Times UK

Argentina: Four men arrested on suspicion of stealing meteorites

Police have charged four men for reportedly trying to steal more than a tonne of meteorites in Chaco, Argentina. Over 200 large pieces of meteorites were hidden under the seats of a truck on a random search by highway police. Three Argentines ...
 International Business Times UK1 month ago

Why the World Is Becoming the Un-Sweden

Russian President Vladimir Putin and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban Imagine an alternative universe in which the two major Cold War superpowers evolved into the United Soviet Socialist States. The conjoined entity, linked perhaps by a new ...
 Foreign Policy In Focus1 month ago America lost the Cold War: Russia, China and the new autocratic world order  Salon1 month ago The Worst of All Possible Worlds  Axis of Logic4 weeks ago The Worst of All Possible Worlds: Did Market Leninism Win the Cold War?  Common Dreams1 month ago

Gang Gang: First Australian to double the sound barrier remembered

Retired Air Vice Marshall Jim Flemming of Campbell, flew mustangs, right, and meteors in Korea, and later flew Sabres, left. Jim Flemming, the first Australian to double the speed of sound, lived a life that could have been torn from the pages of a ...
 WA Today1 month ago
Spaceflight Now

A giant broken spacecraft is about to plummet from the sky — and no one knows where it will land

See Also A unpiloted Russian re-supply ship carrying 6,000 pounds of food, fuel, and supplies for International Space Station was declared lost when, shortly after its April 28 launch, it began spinning out of control. This craft will reenter ...
 Business Insider1 month ago Dragon Dazzles at Liftoff's Dawn on Doomed SpaceX Launch to ISS with Crew Docking Adapter  Universe Today2 days ago SpaceX failure adds another kink in station supply chain  Spaceflight Now4 days ago NASA Administrator Statement on the Loss of SpaceX CRS-7  Noodls5 days ago
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