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Capturing meteors over the Nullarbor
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Meteor over Nullarbor

A fireball that flashed for just 3.5 seconds was captured by more than two of the Automated Desert Fireball Observatories across the ABC Online, 1 month ago
Capturing meteors over the Nullarbor ABC Online, 1 month ago

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How citizen scientists can help to track down fragments of meteorites are landing in the Nullarbor Desert

By extending the trajectory backwards, we can estimate from where in the solar system the meteorite originated, gaining important information about its geological context. This week Curtin University's Dr Jonathan Paxman highlights how fragments ...
 PhysOrg.com1 month ago

Comienzan los ensayos de 'Priscilla, Reina del Desierto'

Esta semana han dado comienzo los ensayos del musical Priscilla, Reina del Desierto . Estos sumarán más de 300 horas y se prolongarán a lo largo de 6 semanas, hasta su estreno el próximo 2 de octubre en el Nuevo Teatro Alcalá de Madrid. Con ...
 Broadway World4 days ago

Overnight News Digest: Science Saturday (Tropical Storm Iselle)

Welcome to Science Saturday, where the Overnight News Digest crew, consisting of founder Magnifico, regular editors maggiejean, wader, Man Oh Man, side pocket, rfall, and JML9999, alumni editors palantir, Bentliberal, Oke, jlms qkw, Interceptor7, ...
 Daily Kos2 weeks ago
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Violent History Of Bunburra Rockhole Meteorite

Image Caption: The Bunburra Rockhole Meteorite carries evidence of a series of asteroid collisions that took place more than 3.4 billion years ago. Credit: April Flowers for Your Universe Online Seven years ago, ...
 Red Orbit3 weeks ago

Violent solar system history uncovered by WA meteorite

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 7-Aug-2014 Curtin University planetary scientists have shed some light on the bombardment history of our solar system by studying a unique volcanic meteorite recovered in Western Australia. Captured on camera seven years ago ...
 EurekAlert!3 weeks ago

Cycling 7 Continents: ExWeb interview with De Bruyn Joubert

(By ) South African adventurer, De Bruyn Joubert is on a mission to cycle through the 7 Continents. He started August 30, 2013 and has already completed Australia, Europe and is currently 3000km into Asia. With Antarctica also on his list, ...
 ExplorersWeb3 weeks ago

Most thrilling travel adventures

While preparing for a trip to Osaka recently, I came across this sentence in an article by Adam Platt in The New York Times: "In parts of Japan, legend has it, the bodies of fugu-overdose victims were once laid beside their open caskets for several ... weeks ago
ABC Online

7 Wonders of South Australia winners: Natural wonders

Outback South Australia's remote landmarks loomed large on list of 7 Natural Wonders of South Australia. We asked our 891 ABC Adelaide listeners to identify the distinct features of our unique landscape. The nominations submitted covered just ...
 ABC Online1 month ago

Delicious and Good For You: The Secret Powers of Chocolate Milk

Mo Farah drinks it, scientific studies recommend it, and a round-the-world athlete swears by it - could chocolate milk drink be a runner's best friend? Mo Farah has a penchant for chocolate milk after races and intense training sessions, but far ...
 NDTV1 month ago
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