Singing in Space: Listening to Earth's "Chorus"
Forget what space horror films have told you. In space, they may not be able to hear you scream, but you can hear earth "sing." Ham radio users have been listening to earth's "song"--known as "chorus"--for years. And chorus may be responsible for killer electrons that can sometimes become dangerous.
NASA explains in this video:
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A federal judge ruled that the Trump administration likely violated the reporter's Fifth Amendment rights when it stripped his press credentials earlier this month.
- Acosta will be allowed to return to the White House on Friday.
- The judge described the ruling as narrow, and didn't rule one way or the other on violations of the First Amendment.
- The case is still open, and the administration may choose to appeal the ruling.
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- New reason to suspect that water is abundant throughout the universe.
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