Daily Archives: February 19, 2011

NASA sends final command to WISE telescope

NASA loses valuable eyes in the sky February 19, 2011 – PASADENA, CA – A prolific sky-mapping telescope that has spent more than a year scanning the heavens for asteroids, comets and other cosmic objects received its last command today … Continue reading

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Cocos plate tension agitated by seismic upheaval in Chile

February 19, 2011 – The 4.8 quake that struck off the shore of Guatemala at 71 km and the 4.4 earthquake at 79.4 km reflect the growing seismic tension of the Cocos Plate with its dueling neighbor, the Caribbean Plate … Continue reading

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Natural disasters triple in Germany since the 1970’s

February 19, 2011 – MUNICH (Bloomberg)— German insurers’ losses from natural catastrophes are rising as global climate change causes more inundations and storms, Munich Reinsurance Co. said. Weather-related events have more than tripled in the country over the past 40 … Continue reading

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Number 1162 enlarges sunspot complex on the Sun- flare threat increases

      ANOTHER X-FLARE–ALMOST: Fast-growing sunspot complex 1161-1162 erupted on Feb. 18th, producing an M6.6-class solar flare. The almost-X category blast was one of the strongest flares in years and continued the week-long trend of high solar activity. NOAA forecasters estimate … Continue reading

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Authorities warn of eruption of Mt. Nyiragongo volcano in the Congo

February 19, 2011 – CONGO – Previous eruptions in recent times may be dwarfed by the expected next eruption of Mt. Nyiragongo, which towers over the Eastern Congolese city of Goma. Nine years ago, in January 2002, when the region’s … Continue reading

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Kilauea’s lava lake reaches the highest level ever seen

February 19, 2011 – KILAUEA SUMMIT (HawaiiNewsNow) – Scientists on the Big Island say it’s been an especially active week at Kilauea volcano – as it continues to erupt in two locations: on the east rift zone and at the … Continue reading

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