Friday, 12 August 2022
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Traveling this summer? It's never too soon to start planning your ground transportation.

Added: 12.08.2022 12:00 | 27 views | 0 comments

The trick is thinking differently about ground transportation and using new apps and options to get around on your next trip.

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Bear cub high on hallucinogenic 'mad honey' rescued by park rangers

Added: 12.08.2022 11:19 | 16 views | 0 comments

The animal was found incapacitated after consuming hallucinogenic rhododendron plants.

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Blow for Putin Russia suffers biggest aircraft loss in single day 'since Second World War'

Added: 12.08.2022 6:48 | 17 views | 0 comments


RUSSIA may have lost as many as 20 planes in its biggest loss of aircraft in a single day "since the Second World War", reports claim.

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Blow for Putin Russia suffers biggest aircraft loss in single day 'since Second World War'

Added: 12.08.2022 6:48 | 32 views | 0 comments

RUSSIA may have lost as many as 20 planes in its biggest loss of aircraft in a single day "since the Second World War", reports claim.

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Rap Sh!t Recap: Catching Flights, Not Feelings

Added: 12.08.2022 2:00 | 0 views | 0 comments

The triumphant NYC trip doesn’t go as planned.

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From: www.vulture.com

Your essential guide to the many breathtaking wonders of the universe

Added: 12.08.2022 0:26 | 1 views | 0 comments

An abridged inventory of everything there is in the universe – from rogue planets and exomoons to supernovae, supermassive black holes and the cosmic web.

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A passing star shifting Neptune’s orbit could wreck the solar system

Added: 12.08.2022 0:26 | 1 views | 0 comments

If a star flying past our solar system moved Neptune's orbit by just 0.1 per cent, it could eventually cause the other planets to smash into one another or get thrown out of the solar system entirely

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Rogue planets with weird atmospheres and no star could host life

Added: 12.08.2022 0:26 | 2 views | 0 comments

Worlds that hold onto their dense primordial atmospheres of hydrogen and helium may stay warm enough to maintain liquid water on their surfaces, even without starlight

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