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NASA probes detect man-made bubble around Earth Man-made bubble around Earth Humans have long been shaping Earth's landscape, but now scientists know that we also can shape our near-space environment with radio communications.Read More
Radiation blasts stripped life on most Earth-like planetsMost of Earth-like planets could have been rendered uninhabitable by massive radiation blasts, new research has found.Regularly occurring every few hundred days, the superflares are approximately 10 times more powerful than those ever recorded on the Sun.http://bit.ly/1kJxO3y http://www.uitvconnect.com/newspaper/radiation-blasts-stripped-life-most-earth-planets
Asteroid and comet showers caused mass extinctions on EarthMass extinctions which occurred over the past 260 million years were likely caused by comet and asteroid showers, scientists report. For over 30 years, scientists have argued about a controversial hypothesis relating to periodic mass extinctions and impact cratershttp://bit.ly/1Ko1LdS
http://www.uitvconnect.com/newspaper/asteroid-and-comet-showers-caused-mass-extinctions-earth
Huge solar storms dodging detection systems on EarthThe current systems to analyse and predict solar storms may not be able to detect large solar flares, scientists report, indicating that this can put both power supply and communication networks at risk on Earth.According to observations from the Tihany Magnetic Observatory in Hungary, the indices used by scientists to assess the Sun's geomagnetic perturbations to the Earth are unable to detect some of these events. http://bit.ly/1Lnhlu4 http://www.uitvconnect.com/newspaper/huge-solar-storms-dodging-detection-systems-earth
Space photos from ISS helps decode light pollution on Earth






"Photos taken by astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) have helped scientists reliably measure the amount of light pollution worldwide."


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 http://www.uitvconnect.com/newspaper/space-photos-iss-helps-decode-light-pollution-earth-0 
Olympic torch return to earth along with 37 crew member The Expedition 37 crew landed safely on the steppe of Kazakhstan on Nov. 11, local time. Returning to Earth with the crew was the Olympic torch for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.#http://bit.ly/172cJXqhttp://www.uitvconnect.com/uitv-player/video/olympic-torch-return-earth-along-37-crew-member