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Incredible super-speed space engine could power humans to Mars in just SIX WEEKS
www.mirror.co.uk
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This would mean that cosmonauts could be the first humans to land on the surface of Mars, if the project hits its deadline of 2018. The project was originally overseen by the space agency RosCosmos, but development has now been shifted to a nuclear …

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Space scientists could make human hibernation a reality
www.independent.co.uk
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Scientists working for the European Space Agency (ESA) may be some way towards a rather longer-term solution to keeping us fresh. In the admittedly niche context of long-distance space travel they are examining the possibilities of human hibernation.

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A devastating 'double-fault' earthquake could be in store for California …
www.sciencealert.com
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We know so much about earthquakes – such as where they're likely to hit and the forces that create them – but figuring out when they're actually going to occur still involves a lot of guesswork. And now a new warning from California State University …

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Fault that could cause damaging earthquake in Canada connected to Washington
mynorthwest.com
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CBC News reports the fault zone in the north could produce a magnitude-7.0 or greater earthquake, according to a study done in 2015. CBC News reports the fault zone most likely would not rupture at the same time. However, the proximity of the fault …

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'Double-Fault' Earthquake Could Devastate Southern California
gizmodo.com
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'Double-Fault' Earthquake Could Devastate Southern California A new study suggests that the San Andreas fault could be triggered into rupturing by a smaller one nearby. Image: sanandreasfault.org. A geophysicist in California says the San Andreas fault …

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California's next earthquake could be bigger than we thought
www.12news.com
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Scientists are saying both the San Andreas and San Jacinto faults which run parallel and adjacent at points have enough stress built up for major quakes and they could produce earthquakes at the same time. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) from Buzz60 …

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