Archive: 10/11/2005

Microfossils Show Promise In Prospecting Climate History

In 2004 and now in 2005, the hurricane seasons have been horrifyingly intense – so how bad is the long-range forecast? Based on a century of data, meteorologists currently believe that a 30-year lull in hurricane activity ...

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First 'European GPS' Galileo satellites named 'GIOVE'

GIOVE - standing for 'Galileo In-Orbit Validation Element' - is the name that has been chosen for the two satellites which are currently being prepared to take the first step of the In-Orbit Validation phase towards full ...

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Antarctic ozone - not a hole lot worse or better

The Antarctic ozone hole this year was the fourth largest to be recorded since measurements of ozone depletion began in 1979. CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research's expert in ozone depletion, Dr Paul Fraser, says while the ...

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Thick Smog over Beijing, China

Thick pollution obscured the sky over Beijing and nearby regions on November 4, 2005. According to news reports, the city's pollution index reached the highest level on the scale between November 4-5, and residents were warned ...

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Russia To Unveil New Satellite At This Year's NATEXPO

Russia will present a model of its new communications satellite, Europe-1, at the NATEXPO 2005 exhibition November 16-19 at Moscow's Crocus City center, the Russian Space Agency said Tuesday, reports RIA Novosti.

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