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California's next earthquake could be bigger than we thought
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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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Electric deep-space engines could bring humankind to Mars
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'It would take six months with classic chemical propulsion (hydrogen and oxygen fuel),' said Frédéric Masson from France's National Centre for Space. 'Nuclear Electric Propulsion (NEP) can get to Mars faster than other methods, if the reactor is …

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California's next major earthquake could be even bigger than we thought, new …
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LOS ANGELES — The San Andreas Fault has an infamous reputation, but there are other fault lines lying around California that can trigger a powerful earthquake, especially if they rupture simultaneously, a new report says. A U.S. geologist discovered …

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Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin could change the face of space travel
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He started his space company, Blue Origin, in 2000 to advance his childhood passion. But Bezos also intends Blue Origin to be a business success, one that could change the face of space travel and possibly the work force on the Space Coast in the …

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Is there life on Mars? These are the ten recent pictures that could prove there is
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NASA watchers have claimed not one but three bears in recent rover snaps. The first, in October, appeared to show a four-legged creature walking across the surface of the planet. Scott C Waring, who edits website UFO Sightings Daily said: "This …

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This Incredibly Deep Space View Could Solve One of the Mysteries of Our Universe
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NASA and the ESA released this new deep field Hubble image today showing a section of space running almost precisely parallel to Abell 2744, the Hubble's deepest space view ever. It's not just a beautiful picture. The section's parallel path makes it …

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