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Номер сообщения:#1   morozov » Вт янв 23, 2007 20:55

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Номер сообщения:#2   morozov » Вт янв 23, 2007 20:57

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Latest News On SPACE and EARTH SCIENCE:
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JUDGE ORDERS REVIEW OF SALAMANDER STATUS, January 20
(AP) --═ A federal judge on Friday ruled that the U.S. Fish and
Wildlife
Service illegally rejected a petition by environmentalists to
give protected
status to two salamander species that live in old-growth forests
in
California and Oregon.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88502520.html

CEOS ASK BUSH TO BACK CLIMATE PROTECTION, January 22
(AP) --═ The chief executives of 10 major corporations, on the
eve of the
State of the Union address, urged President Bush on Monday to
support
mandatory reductions in climate-changing pollution and establish
reductions
targets.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88693413.html

DAMAGED SHIP LEAKS OVER 200 TONS OF OIL, January 22
(AP) --═ A damaged ship grounded off the English coast leaked
more than 200
tons of oil, leaving a five-mile sheen on the surface of the
water and
threatening the nearby coastline, officials said Sunday.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88663150.html

JOULE II ROCKETS LAUNCH WITH SUCCESS, January 22
From Poker Flat Research Range north of Fairbanks, four NASA
rockets
launched into an aurora display over northern Alaska, starting
at 3:29 a.m.
Alaska Standard Time. Scientists hope to learn more about
electrical heating
of the thin atmosphere from about 60 to 120 miles above Earth's
surface with
the launch of these rockets. The project is called JOULE II.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88688487.html

MELTING ARCTIC DRAWS KILLER WHALES, THREATENING INUIT FISHING,
January 21
Killer whales are migrating farther north as the Arctic Ocean's
ice cover
melts, threatening the livelihood of the native Inuit who
traditionally
depend on fishing for their food, Canadian researchers have
said.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88610812.html

SIGNIFICANT MILESTONE FOR COLUMBUS FLIGHT READINESS, January 22
In December 2006, experts from ESA and partner organisations met
to review
Columbus launch preparations. The successful review was a
significant
milestone for the launch of the Agency's science module, planned
for later
this year.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88689225.html

SATELLITE'S RETURN BREAKS GROUND FOR INDIA, January 22
India joined the world's advanced international space community
Monday by
successfully bringing an orbiting satellite back to Earth.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88702295.html

NEW RESUPPLY SHIP ARRIVES AT STATION, January 20
A Russian resupply ship loaded with propellant, oxygen,
experiment hardware
and other gear arrived at the International Space Station Friday
at 9:59
p.m. EST. The ISS Progress 24 docked to the station's Pirs
docking
compartment. The Progress is carrying supplies for Expedition 14
and the
upcoming Expedition 15 mission.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88486875.html

CHINA UNDER PRESSURE TO EXPLAIN SATELLITE MISSILE STRIKE,
January 20
China came under growing pressure on Saturday to explain the
shooting-down
of a satellite as condemnation continued to pour in from around
the globe.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88500654.html

EU EYES CO2 LIMITS FOR NEW CARS, January 22
The European Commission is set to decide this week whether to
propose tough
new emissions limits on new car models after the automotive
industry failed
to meet voluntary targets.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88664356.html

GLACIERS MAY VANISH FROM ALPS BY 2050, January 22
(AP) --═ Most glaciers will disappear from the Alps by 2050,
scientists told
a conference on climate change Monday, basing their bleak
outlook on
evidence of slow but steady melting of the region's continental
ice sheets.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88693342.html

SCIENTISTS MAP AIR POLLUTION USING CORN GROWN IN US FIELDS,
January 22
Scientists at UC Irvine have mapped fossil fuel air pollution in
the United
States by analyzing corn collected from nearly 70 locations
nationwide.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88696857.html

AEROSOL POLLUTION SLOWS DOWN WINDS AND REDUCES RAINFALL, January
22
The winds that blow near the surface of the Earth have two
beneficial
effects: They provide a renewable source of clean energy and
they evaporate
water, helping rain clouds to build up. But aerosolized
particles created
from vehicle exhaust and other contaminants can accumulate in
the atmosphere
and reduce the speed of winds closer to the Earth's surface,
which results
in less wind power available for wind-turbine electricity and
also in
reduced precipitation, according to a study by Stanford and NASA
researchers.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88697370.html

EVIDENCE OF ANCIENT GALACTIC COLLISION FOUND, CONFIRMED, January
22
Astronomers surveying the nearby Andromeda galaxy have
discovered an
association of stars in its outskirts, which they believe to be
part of a
separate galaxy that merged with Andromeda about 700 million
years ago. The
discovery corresponds to computer models created by University
of
Massachusetts Amherst astronomer Mark Fardal, which simulate a
dwarf galaxy
merging with Andromeda.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88701574.html

FEDS FEAR A DAM BREAK IN KY. AND TENN., January 22
(AP) --═ Fearing a dam break that could cause catastrophic
flooding in
Kentucky and Tennessee, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began
lowering the
water level on Lake Cumberland on Monday.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88702205.html
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Номер сообщения:#3   morozov » Вт янв 23, 2007 20:59

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Latest News On PHYSICS:
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NOVEL COMPUTED IMAGING TECHNIQUE USES BLURRY IMAGES TO ENHANCE
VIEW, January
21
Researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
have developed
a novel computational image-forming technique for optical
microscopy that
can produce crisp, three-dimensional images from blurry,
out-of-focus data.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88609579.html

RESEARCHERS OBSERVE SUPERRADIANCE IN A FREE ELECTRON LASER,
January 19
A team of researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE)
Brookhaven
National Laboratory has generated extremely short light pulses
using a new
technique that could be used in the next generation of light
source
facilities around the world to catch molecules and atoms in
action.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88451516.html

NEW THEORY OF THE UNIVERSE MARRIES TWO OF ITS BIGGEST MYSTERIES,
January 22
Physicists have devised a theory that unifies two widely studied
mysteries
of the universe: why there is an imbalance between regular
matter and
anti-matter (scientists expect to see equal amounts of each, but
observe
less anti-matter), and the identity of "dark matter" - the
enigmatic
particles thought to account for the extra gravitational pull
observed in
distant galaxies.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88684585.html



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Latest News On NANOTECHNOLOGY:
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NANO WORLD OFF THE RADAR FOR MOST, January 22
Sunscreens contain nano particles, carbon and titania nanotubes
show promise
and nano structures are the rage in engineering schools. While
the
proliferation of nano research may signal a mini revolution,
outside the
realms of business and science, this insurgency may be no more
than a
whisper, according to an international team of researchers.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88688406.html

NANOSCALE 'EGG' KILLS TUMOR CELLS WITH PLATINUM, January 22
Researchers at the Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology have
developed a nanoscale "egg" that could safely deliver platinum,
a known
anticancer agent, to tumor cells. Tests with this nanoscale egg,
which has a
hard cobalt shell surrounding a "yolk" of platinum and iron,
show that it is
seven times more toxic than the anticancer agent cisplatin to
cancer cells.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88700998.html

IMPROVED NANODOTS COULD BE KEY TO FUTURE DATA STORAGE, January
19
The massive global challenge of storing digital data--storage
needs
reportedly double every year--may be met with a tiny yet
powerful solution:
magnetic particles just a few billionths of a meter across. This
idea is
looking better than ever now that researchers at the National
Institute of
Standards and Technology (NIST) and collaborators have made
nanodot arrays
that respond to magnetic fields with record levels of
uniformity.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news88451159.html
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