Climate Change Forces French Vineyards to Alter the Way They Make Wine
Growers change grape varieties and reshape the landscape to protect some of the world’s most valuable vineyards from warmer temperatures
Wall Street Journal · 7 hours ago · By Nick Kostov | Photographs by Markel Redondo for The Wall Street Journal
Opinion: Crashing a spacecraft into the asteroid is no boondoggle
A group of scientists is going to slam a spacecraft into an asteroid to see if the impact will change the asteroid's trajectory. It is a smart and proactive attempt to guard against a very real danger, writes Don Lincoln
CNN · 10 hours ago · By Don Lincoln
Florida emergency declared with Tropical Storm Ian set to strengthen as it heads towards US coast
People in some areas have been buying up water, generators and wood to board up windows. NASA has also had to delay another attempt at launching its Artemis moon rocket.
Sky News · 11 hours ago · By Sky
NASA to slam rocket head-on into asteroid in Armageddon-style save-the-world test
A Blue Origin rocket crashed shortly after liftoff on Monday, marking the first launch accident for Jeff Bezos’s space travel company. No astronauts were aboard the rocket when it crashed, and the capsule, which was carrying experiments, was able to parachute to safety, representatives for Blue Origin confirmed. The rocket crashed after experiencing a “booster failure,” the company added.
Washington Examiner · 12 hours ago
Termites love global warming, the pace of their wood munching gets significantly faster in hotter weather
When we consider termites, we may think of the danger they can pose to our houses once they settle in and start eating wood. But in fact, only about 4% of termite species worldwide are considered pests that might, at some point, eat your house.
Phys.org · 1 day ago · By Alexander Cheesman
NASA spacecraft will reveal first look at an asteroid, then slam into it
This week, learn everything you need to know about the DART spacecraft's plan to crash into an asteroid, gain insights from dinosaur eggs, meet a cloned Arctic wolf cub, hear space rocks crash into Mars, and more.
CNN · 1 day ago · By Ashley Strickland
Gold fever forces Amazon dwellers to rip apart their own jungle paradise
From the air, it looks like a meteor has struck the heart of the jungle, leaving a vast cavernous crater, fringed by the trunks of grey, dead trees. In its dept
The Times · 1 day ago · By Mie Hoejris Dahl, Santa Elena de Uairén | Stephen Gibbs, Caracas
NASA Delays Artemis 1 Moon Launch Again, Citing Tropical Storm Ian
NASA announced today that the planned Sept. 27 launch of the Moon-bound Artemis I rocket from Cape Canaveral's Kennedy Space Center in Florida will be postponed due to weather forecasts associated with Tropical Storm Ian. The postponement marks the third delay for the lunar-orbiting test flight.
Deadline · 1 day ago · By Greg Evans
US Spy Satellite Launched Into Orbit From California
VANDENBERG SPACE FORCE BASE, Calif. (AP) — A classified satellite for the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office launched into orbit aboard a United Launch Alliance Delta 4 Heavy rocket on Saturday.
U.S. News & World Report · 23 hours ago · By Associated Press
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