DEATHS

Edna R. Bruce, 88

Born July 17, 1929

Died February 15, 2018

Virginia Mary Dunevant, 86

Born July 23, 1931

Died February 15, 2018

Laura Young, 79

Born October 25, 1938

Died February 14, 2018

Richard Wayne "Dutch" Hughes, 80

Born January 16, 1938

Died February 14, 2018

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THINGS TO DO

Tuesday, February 20

Homeschool Genealogy Meeting
Zumba at the Library
Bare Bones Movie and Mixer

Wednesday, February 21

Adults Craftastic
Oil painting in the painterly style

Thursday, February 22

Girl Scout Cookie and Beer Night
Greg Jacobs with Kenny Cornell

Science

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SpaceX to use a net boat called 'Mr. Steven' to recover next rocket fairing - TechCrunch
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

TechCrunchSpaceX to use a net boat called Mr. Steven to recover next rocket fairingTechCrunchSpaceX is all about reducing the cost of launching things into space, and right now one of those costs it think it can eliminate is having to use a new fairing every time it launches a rocket. The fairing is basically the shell at the top of the rocket ...China and Europe love SpaceX s new Falcon Heavy rocket. Does NASA?Quartz Mr. Steven Net Boat To Catch SpaceX s Next Rocket FairingUbergizmoSpaceX Pushes Back Starlink Satellite Launch To Feb. 21 For Further TestingTech TimesNDTV -Florida Today -nwitimes.com -The Space Reviewall 78 news articles »

New website tracks Musk's Tesla Roadster and Starman as they fly through space - BGR
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

BGRNew website tracks Musk s Tesla Roadster and Starman as they fly through spaceBGRAfter weather forced SpaceX to delay the launch multiple times, Elon Musk s aerospace company launched its massive Falcon Heavy rocket into space on February 6th. It was an incredible feat, and the world watched along as SpaceX streamed the event live ...When What Goes Up Doesn t Come Down: Space JunkWNPR NewsThe Tesla In Space: Art Or Travesty?The Daily CallerSpaceX: How close will Tesla Roadster get to Mars? Follow Starman tracker live hereExpress.co.ukCosmos -India Today -LADbible -NDTVAuto.comall 55 news articles »

Jupiter's Great Red Spot: Mysterious 200-year-old Storm May Be About to End - Newsweek
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

NewsweekJupiter s Great Red Spot: Mysterious 200-year-old Storm May Be About to EndNewsweekA ferocious storm has battered Jupiter for at least 188 years. From Earth, it is observed as red swirling clouds racing counter-clockwise in what is known as the planet s "Great Red Spot." But after shrinking for centuries, it may now be on the brink ...Jupiter s Great Red Spot will evaporate in little more than 10 years, astronomers sayFox NewsNASA scientist says Jupiter s Great Red Spot could soon become Great Red Memory MLive.comNASA warns that Jupiter s Great Red Spot could be about to disappearYahoo NewsTech Times -ZME Science -13newsnow.com -Mirror.co.ukall 31 news articles »

Incredible images taken by Nasa's Hubble Space Telescope reveal a gigantic storm on Neptune as it starts to fade - Mirror.co.uk
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

US Fashion NewsIncredible images taken by Nasa s Hubble Space Telescope reveal a gigantic storm on Neptune as it starts to fadeMirror.co.ukNeptune is almost three billion miles away from Earth, but despite this enormous distance, scientists from Nasa have captured incredible images of a storm on the planet. While the storm was once big enough to stretch across the Atlantic Ocean from ...Massive discovery on Neptune shocks scientistsMorning TickerThe dark vortex seen on Neptune is shrinking rapidly and will die soon, say NASA scientistsScience ExaminerHubble captures Neptune s mysterious dark storm as it s slowly shrinking out of existenceInternational Business Times, India EditionThe TeCake -Thе Fаshіоn Оbsеrvеr -Universe Today -The News Recorderall 18 news articles »

The Next Frontier in Planet Hunting - Scientific American
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

Scientific AmericanThe Next Frontier in Planet HuntingScientific AmericanOrbiting a red dwarf, this imagined planet has its own moon. Both are bathed in a warm glow from the star and its flares. Credit: Ron Miller. Advertisement. In Brief. The world s most prolific planet-hunting satellite, NASA s Kepler spacecraft, is ...That s No Moon? Proposed Exomoon Defies Formation TheoriesSpace.comConfirmed: Kepler Satellite Discovers 95 New ExoplanetsExtremeTechGassy or metal? Newly found planets straddle the line for super-EarthsSyfy Wireall 5 news articles »

NASA spends $1 billion for a launch tower that leans, may only be used once - Ars Technica
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

Ars TechnicaNASA spends $1 billion for a launch tower that leans, may only be used onceArs TechnicaOn Tuesday and Wednesday Vice President Mike Pence will travel to Kennedy Space Center in Florida to tour facilities there and participate in the second meeting of the National Space Council. It is not clear how much of the launch facilities he will ...and more »

Plants Appeared on Land 100 Million Years Earlier Than Scientists Thought - Newsweek
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

NewsweekPlants Appeared on Land 100 Million Years Earlier Than Scientists ThoughtNewsweekPlants grew on land 100 million years earlier than scientists previously thought, research suggests, pushing our understanding of life on Earth and even climate change back in time. For the first four billion years in Earth s history, nothing but ...Origins of land plants pushed back in timeBBC NewsPlants colonized the land 500 million years ago — much earlier than we thoughtZME ScienceLand plants arose earlier than thought—and may have had a bigger impact on the evolution of animalsScience MagazineNew Atlas -Atlas Obscura -Daily Mail -Outer Placesall 13 news articles »

Ancient Human Remains, Ice Age Animal Bones Found in Giant Mexican Cave - Voice of America
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

Voice of AmericaAncient Human Remains, Ice Age Animal Bones Found in Giant Mexican CaveVoice of AmericaItems discovered underwater caverns in eastern Mexico to reveal what is believed to be the biggest flooded cave on the planet. Archaeologists exploring the world s biggest flooded cave in Mexico have discovered ancient human remains at least 9,000 ...Archaeologists find fossils, Mayan relics in giant underwater cave in MexicoPhys.OrgArchaeologists find 9000-year-old human remains, animal bones in Mexican caveScroll.inMayan Relics Found by Archaeologists in an Underwater Cave from MexicoHealth ThoroughfareNational Post -Mirror.co.uk -RT -Daily Mailall 10 news articles »

Will you see the Humanity Star? - EarthSky
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

EarthSkyWill you see the Humanity Star?EarthSkyThe debate surrounding the Humanity Star. Is it possible to see? Can you see it from your location? How to try to see it, if it s visible, here. Prelaunch photo of the Humanity Star and Rocket Lab s CEO Peter Beck, via Rocket Lab. Even though ...Man-made star which looks like a giant disco ball is visible over Britain this weekYahoo Newsall 3 news articles »

First Video of Baby Dumbo Octopus Shows They're Fully Formed From Birth - Smithsonian
Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

SmithsonianFirst Video of Baby Dumbo Octopus Shows They re Fully Formed From BirthSmithsonianAccording to a popular Disney princess, “flipping your fins, you don t get too far”–unless, of course, you happen to be a Dumbo octopus. Thanks to their giant fins, these marine creatures bear a striking resemblance to the floppy-eared Disney elephant ...Rare find from the deep seaEurekAlert (press release)Scientists Record Newborn Baby Dumbo OctopusValueWalk“Dumbo” octopus rears adorable head on video for first timeSlashGearTech Times -International Business Times, India Edition -Siliconrepublic.com -CBS Boston / WBZall 9 news articles »