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Ancient viruses are being unearthed in ice — and they could help solve a big mystery about what makes us sick

ancient viruses are being unearthed in ice — and they could help solve a big mystery about what makes us sick
In a plot that sounds like something out of a low-budget horror film, scientists have recently uncovered ancient, enormous viruses in ice that some say could wake up as the Earth's climate..
Business Insider

Parsees celebrate Navroze

The closely-knit Parsi community - the fun-loving, entrepreneurial, philanthropic people - celebrated Navroze, heralding the new year. The festival - Navroze (also spelt Nowruz and Navroz) or..
Deccan Herald

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News video: The South Pole Is In Trouble

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The Antarctic has always been astonishing - but now it's for different reasons. Human interference has caused severe ecological harm to this once dazzling landscape.
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News video: How We Could Terraform Mars

How We Could Terraform Mars 02:00

If we ever want to live on Mars, it's going to need to be a lot more human-friendly.
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News video: Company to Mine Resources on the Moon With Robots by 2020

Company to Mine Resources on the Moon With Robots by 2020 01:05

A private company wants to mine the moon for resources by using a fleet of robots.
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light whys guys

We're learning about light.
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News video: Massive iceberg breaks from away from South Pole

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Massive iceberg breaks from away from South Pole
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Famed explorer’s ship to return to Norway after 90 years in Nunavut

The Maud was built in 1917 for Roald Amundsen, the first man to reach the South Pole
Globe and Mail

An amazing artefact belonging to Plymouth hero Scott of the...

an amazing artefact belonging to plymouth hero scott of the...
A 100-year-old cake dating back to Plymouth-born explorer Robert Falcon Scott's ill-fated expedition to the South Pole has been found – and it's "almost" edible.The well-preserved piece of cake was..
Plymouth Herald

'Almost' edible 100-year-old fruit cake belonging to ill-fated...

'almost' edible 100-year-old fruit cake belonging to ill-fated...
An 'almost' edible 100-year-old fruit cake has been found belonging to explorer Robert Falcon Scott's ill-fated expedition to the South Pole.It was found wrapped in paper inside a decaying tin in a..
Torquay Herald Express Also reported by •Exeter Express and EchoWestern Morning NewsNorth Devon JournalTiverton Mid Devon Gazette

Good enough to eat! 106-year-old fruitcake is found 'perfectly preserved' in Antarctica

good enough to eat! 106-year-old fruitcake is found 'perfectly preserved' in antarctica
A perfectly preserved cake taken to Antarctica by a party in Captain Robert Falcon Scott's expedition over a hundred years ago has been found near the South Pole. The fruitcake, made by former UK-based..
New Zealand Herald

A year in ozone over the South Pole

a year in ozone over the south pole
A video tracks the behaviour of the protective atmospheric layer over Antarctica across all of 2016.
BBC News

TN: 'South Pole' now a stone's throw from Anna Nagar

When he returned from his stint in Antarctica three decades ago, Colonel P Ganesan brought back more than just a ton of memories.He transported home five tonnes of Antarctic rock as well.
IndiaTimes

Will September's solar eclipse cause the world to end?

will september's solar eclipse cause the world to end?
Wisconsin-based David Meade, author of the book 'Planet X – The 2017 Arrival', believes a star, which he calls 'a binary twin of our sun' is coming 'at us towards the south pole'.
MailOnline

Ex-Marine bids to cross Antarctica on his own

ex-marine bids to cross antarctica on his own
A former Royal marine is preparing to ski, walk and crawl across Antarctica in a 1,800-mile trek next year, aiming to become the first person to cross via the South Pole, solo and unsupported. Barry..
Torquay Herald Express Also reported by •Tiverton Mid Devon GazetteExeter Express and EchoWestern Morning News

Former Marine's epic Antarctica challenge - on his own

former marine's epic antarctica challenge - on his own
A Plymouth adventurer is preparing to ski, walk and crawl across Antarctica to complete one of the last great challenges on Earth. Ex-Royal Marine Barry Gray will attempt the 1,800-mile trek next year,..
Plymouth Herald

Polar explorer sells business shares at £15 a pop

polar explorer sells business shares at £15 a pop
Devon polar explorer Antony Jinman is selling shares in his company for £15 each as part of a major funding bid.Mr Jinman, only the twelfth Briton to have skied to the North Pole and undertaken a solo..
Torquay Herald Express Also reported by •Exeter Express and EchoTiverton Mid Devon GazetteWestern Morning News

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