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Noxious ice cloud on Saturn's moon Titan

Researchers with NASA's Cassini mission found evidence of a toxic hybrid ice in a wispy cloud high above the south pole of Saturn's largest moon, Titan.
Science Daily Also reported by •Space Daily

NASA reveals gigantic killer cloud of icy cyanide on Titan

nasa reveals gigantic killer cloud of icy cyanide on titan
Cassini's latest discovery has revealed a toxic hybrid ice in a wispy cloud high above the south pole of Saturn's largest moon Giant cloud is at an altitude of about 100 to 130 miles.

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News video: Would You Pay $80,000 For a Week in This Hotel?

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White Desert Antarctica is one of the most expensive hotels in the world. Tony Spitz has the details.
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News video: ESA launches Sentinel-5P to track pollution daily

ESA launches Sentinel-5P to track pollution daily 00:52

Europe’s Sentinel-5P satellite has blasted off from the northern Russian launch site of Plesetsk on a mission to monitor the world’s pollution from space. The satellite is the part of the EU’s..
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News video: Locals enjoy special VIP screening of new Lego Ninjago movie

Locals enjoy special VIP screening of new Lego Ninjago movie

Locals enjoy special VIP screening of new Lego Ninjago movie
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NY Air Guard unit starts 30th season supporting S. Pole site

SCOTIA, N.Y. (AP) — Members of an Air National Guard unit based in upstate New York have departed for the 30th season of supporting U.S. scientific missions at the South Pole. Two LC-130s took off..
Seattle Times

Nor-Tech HPC Cluster Research Clients Win 2 Nobel Physics Prizes

Two of Nor-Tech’s HPC cluster client research projects, the LIGO Gravitational Wave Observation and The IceCube Neutrino Study, were each awarded a Nobel Prize for Physics; LIGO in 2017 (announced..

'Unusually warm' weather affected Scott's ill-fated race to South Pole

'unusually warm' weather affected scott's ill-fated race to south pole
The race to the South Pole in the southern summer of 1911-1912 coincided with unusually warm weather which might have both helped and hindered the explorers, a new study has found.Reconstructions of..
New Zealand Herald

Scott of the Antarctic's South Pole expedition 'sabotaged'

scott of the antarctic's south pole expedition 'sabotaged'
An expert at Sydney's University of New South Wales has said the actions of second in command Lieutenant Edward Evans was 'at best ineffectual, at worst deliberate sabotage.'

95 minutes over Jupiter: Juno captures gas giant&#039;s changing geometery – See pic

NASA released 11 colour-enhanced images of the giant planet with the south pole on the left (11th image in the sequence) and the north pole on the right (first image in the sequence).
Zee News

Adventurer Launches $100,000 Pixel Page to Raise Funds for South Pole Ski and Charities

A British entrepreneur aims to fund his world record ski attempt on the South Pole and raise money for charity by selling 1 thousand internet ad spaces on his website. James Redden, 46, starts his..

Seattle NECA Convention Features Amy Purdy, Jim Donald and Ben Saunders

Three mavericks to speak at the 2017 National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) Convention & Trade Show, Oct. 8-10 at the Seattle Convention Center. BETHESDA, Md. (PRWEB) September 26,..

NASA'S OSIRIS-REx executes slingshot around Earth

nasa's osiris-rex executes slingshot around earth
Washington (UPI) Sep 22, 2017 NASA's OSIRIS-REx probe has used Earth's gravity to slingshot itself into outer space. The spacecraft is now en route to the asteroid Bennu and is expected to encounter..
Space Daily

What made headteacher Emma Kelly, 43, go to the Amazon?

what made headteacher emma kelly, 43, go to the amazon?
While other 43-year-old women choose to spend their holidays on a sunlounger, Emma Kelty preferred solo ski trips to the South Pole and hiking the full breadth of America.

A NASA spacecraft is about to slingshot around Earth to meet up with an asteroid

a nasa spacecraft is about to slingshot around earth to meet up with an asteroid
On Friday, a spacecraft the size of an SUV will slingshot around Earth’s South Pole, altering its trajectory through space. The probe is NASA’s OSIRIS-REx, and its upcoming maneuver around our..
The Verge

Japanese adventurer to embark on unassisted solo trek to South Pole

A 40-year-old Japanese adventurer will embark in mid-November on an unassisted solo trek of approximately 1,130 kilometers across Antarctica to the South Pole. If successful, Yasunaga Ogita will…
Japan Today

This Week In History: September 11th To September 17th

this week in history: september 11th to september 17th
by Graham Pierrepoint - History is fascinating – and the best way to study it, in our opinion, is to look back at what was going on this week so many years ago. In previous One News Page time..
One News Page Staff

Navy's women team sets sail from Goa to circumnavigate globe

An all-woman team of the Indian Navy today embarked on a circumnavigation of the globe, with Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman calling it a "historic" day for the country. The minister flagged off..
Deccan Herald

Record-low 2016 Antarctic sea ice due to 'perfect storm'

record-low 2016 antarctic sea ice due to 'perfect storm'
A study from the University of Washington found the record loss was brought on by a ‘one-two punch’ from the Pacific Ocean and the South Pole, with the 'perfect storm' of atmospheric conditions.
MailOnline Also reported by •Science Daily

Adventurer aiming to tap into nomads’ knowledge in ‘daft’ mission to cross Gobi Desert in winter

Newall Hunter climbed Everest, helped lead an expedition to the North Pole and became the first Scotsman to walk solo and unsupported to the South Pole. But crossing the Gobi Desert in the dead of..
S.China Morning Post

Citizen scientists spot &#039;spiders&#039; on Mars

Araneiforms - the scientific name for these features - occur at the planet's South Pole and form when carbon dioxide turns to ice during the martian winter.
Zee News

How the moon saw itself when it shadowed the sun during total solar eclipse – NASA&#039;s LRO gives a glimpse!

As LRO crossed the lunar south pole heading north at 3,579 mph (1,600 meters per second), the shadow of the Moon was racing across the United States at 1,500 mph (670 meters per second).
Zee News

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