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James Webb and Keck Observatory see clouds on Saturn’s moon Titan

Researchers using the James Webb Space Telescope and the W. M. Keck Observatory have teamed up to study Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, and observe the way that clouds move around it. Early preview results of this research have now been released, which have not yet been peer-reviewed. By bringing...
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Prince William has faith we can ‘repair and regenerate our planet’ in critical moment

The Prince of Wales has likened his faith that we can “repair and regenerate our planet” to the belief of former US president John F Kennedy that man could land on the moon.He described the current time as a “critical decade” in trying to overcome the destruction of Earth’s unique habitats, plus the pollution of the atmosphere and oceans.“The urgency needed to save the planet is ever accelerating, while the time we have to make meaningful changes is ebbing away,” Prince William said.Click here to sign up for our newsletters.
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Prince William Opens Earthshot Prize Awards — from Space: 'We Can Change the Future'

"The seemingly unsolvable can be solved," William says in a short film that was played during the Earthshot Prize Awards in Boston Prince William has traveled far and wide with his Earthshot Prize Awards! The Prince of Wales, 40, kicked off Friday's ceremony in Boston with a short film that was presented to the audience, which included his wife Kate Middleton, at the MGM Music Hall at Fenway. "Of the many wonders of the natural world that surround each of us every day, it is only from space that...
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Even Weak Cyclones Have Grown More Intense

By Wei Mei, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Shang-Ping Xie, University of California, San Diego (via TheConversation) Tropical cyclones have been growing stronger worldwide over the past 30 years, and not just the big ones that you hear about. New research finds that weak tropical cyclones have gotten at least 15% more intense in ocean basins where they occur around the world.
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The Federation of Light Channeled by Blossom Goodchild, Dec. 3, 2022

At last, a new channeling is up. I am feeling so much better now!. As a side note … It is Summer here in Australia. I am in long trousers and a sweatshirt, my slipper boots and a scarf around my neck! WHAT IS GOING ON??!!. It simply makes...
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Prince William: We put man on the moon - we can repair our planet

The Prince of Wales says he has the same faith the world can "repair and regenerate our planet" as when John F Kennedy said he believed man could land on the moon. William described the current time as a "critical decade" in trying to overcome the destruction of unique habitats, and the pollution of the atmosphere and oceans.
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Orbeon Protocol (ORBN) Presale Surges by 260%, Tamadoge (TAMA) and Big Eyes (BIG) Price Remains Flat

It doesn’t matter if there’s a bull market or a bear market – a savvy investor can make money in both. We can see investors taking advantage of this as demand for rising stars Tamadoge (TAMA) and Big Eyes (BIG) is currently flat, but elsewhere, Orbeon Protocol (ORBN), currently in Phase 2 of its presale with 6000% forecasted gains, is selling out fast.
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Harmful bacteria found common ocean plastics

Most bodies of water are naturally teeming with microbial life—and the Mediterranean Sea is no exception. Now, the Mediterranean’s microscopic marine organisms have a new way of getting around. They are hitching a ride on a growing fleet of plastic ships: microfibers. In a recent study published on...
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Deep Cuts: Protecting Shark Populations from Commercial Industries

Hundreds of leagues away from civilization, the ocean’s most adapted predator stalks through rolling mountains of water and howling tropical storms, unfazed by any distance, natural defense or habitat. Its sophisticated senses burn through murky waters and catch prey out, its legion appetites drive it to take all the ocean has to offer. Humans are the ocean’s biggest predators, capable of inflicting grievous harm on other species in absent mindedness, and rapidly consuming them to complete extinction when they have something to gain. However, scientists like shark researcher Dr. Steven Kessel bring humanity’s full attention to bear on the work of its fishermen, representing our long term best interests of conservation of species and the environment.
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Princess Kate spellbinds in rented gown for Earthshot Prize awards

The Prince and Princess of Wales hosted the annual Earthshot Prize ceremony in Boston on Friday evening and Princess Kate stunned crowds in a bold green gown. The Prince and Princess of Wales hosted the second annual Earthshot Prize awards ceremony at the MGM Music Hall on Friday evening. WOW:...
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