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Missing Jet Black Box Search Heads To Ocean Floor

Missing Jet Black Box Search Heads To Ocean Floor
On day 38 of the search for the missing Malaysian Boeing 777-200, Australian authorities are now taking their efforts...
Read more 3 days ago, 4:15am CDT
 

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Missing Jet Black Box Batteries are Fading

Missing Jet Black Box Batteries are Fading
With a dearth of new pings and the batteries driving the two black boxes’ signal beacons inevitably fading, the search...
Read more 3 days ago, 1:45pm CDT
 

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Search for missing Malaysia Airlines jet refocuses on drone scans of seafloor

Source: NDTV

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A deep-sea drone had completed its much-anticipated first full scan of the seabed in the remote Indian Ocean, the team looking for a missing Malaysian jetliner said on Thursday, as ...
Full article at: NDTV 8 hours ago
 

Chile Earthquake Registers 8.2 on the Richter Scale

Chile Earthquake Registers 8.2 on the Richter Scale
An earthquake registering 8.2 on the Richter scale hit Chile on Tuesday. It also set off a tsunami which caused extensive damage.
Read more Apr 2 2014, 3:09am CDT
 

Public Weather Awareness Day

Source: The Snapper

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Julia Scheib News Editor Last Saturday at Pucillo Gymnasium, there was a lot of talk about the weather. But the talk wasn’t aimless or based in people’s personal superstitions, and the participants weren’t just killing time. Students demonstrate what air can do at Saturday’s Public Weather Awareness Day. The occasion was Millersville University’s Public Weather Awareness Day, an event, free and open to people of all ages, that was meant to ...
Full article at: The Snapper 14 hours ago
 

The Most Challenging Exploration on Earth

Source: Big Think

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Four days ago the hybrid remote controlled vehicle Nereus began its 40-day mission to explore the Kermadec Trench, one of the deepest oceanic regions on the planet. Diving below 6,000 meters for extended periods of time has long challenged humanity. N ...
Full article at: Big Think 18 hours ago, 2:58pm CDT
 

Liquid Image to debut Wide Angle Videomask at CES 2010

Liquid Image to debut Wide Angle Videomask at CES 2010
I am not a scuba diver, but I have been snorkeling before in Cancun and it was lots of fun. I can only imagine how cool...
Read more Dec 31 2009, 11:00am CST
 

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Once on This Island

Source: D.C. Theater Scene

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Once on this Island, the diverting Caribbean-themed musical running at Olney Theatre Center through May 4, is more than just a pastel-colored stroll through island culture to a calypso beat. Of Calypso there is plenty, and the strong cast delivers the musical’s 19 numbers, ranging from upbeat, Broadway-style ensemble pieces to solo ballads, with soul […] The post Once on This Island appeared first on DC Theatre Scene.         Related StoriesFeldshuh is brilliant in Golda’s ...
Full article at: D.C. Theater Scene 22 hours ago, 11:00am CDT
 

Uncharted depths provide reality check for MH370 hunt

Source: Channel News Asia

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KUALA LUMPUR: Hopes that Malaysia's missing jet might soon be found are yielding to the sobering realisation of the immense challenge of searching an uncharted seafloor at depths that push deep-sea technology to its limits."I have compared it to sending a man to the moon. We know how to do it, but we can't just do it in three weeks," said Erik van Sebille, an oceanographer at the Univer ...
Full article at: Channel News Asia 1 day ago, 5:52am CDT
 

Ships Not Responsible for Cut Undersea Cables in Middle East

Ships Not Responsible for Cut Undersea Cables in Middle East
The Press Association in the UK is reporting that the undersea cables cut last week in the Middle East weren’t cut by...
Read more Feb 4 2008, 2:26pm CST
 


 

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