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Moon landing anniversary: How Daily Express reported NASA's Apollo 11 50 years ago today -- NASA'S Moon landing 50 years ago today dominated the front pages of newspapers around the globe.... Daily Express
The Moon Landing 009 - Last moments on the Moon Australian Broadcasting CorpMore Headlines...
Science News -- Ants living in the Australian desert are ready for 'insect Armageddon' -- New findings suggest the ant species in the Australian desert are surprisingly resilient, capable of thriving amidst variable conditions. UPI
Science News -- Avian malaria may explain decline of London's house sparrow -- Since 1995, London's iconic house sparrow population has declined 71 percent. New research suggests avian malaria is the primary driver of the population decline. UPI
Science News -- Different genes control lifespan, healthspan, worm study says -- The quality of a person's life as they age is called healthspan, and new research suggests different genes control lifespan and healthspan. UPI
Science News -- Algae-killing virus stimulates nutrient recylcing in the oceans -- Nutrient recycling is essential for ecological health and marine biodiversity. New research suggests viruses help promote the turnover of vital nutrients. UPIMore Headlines...
Yellowstone volcano: How scientists found magma chamber 'four times bigger than thought' -- YELLOWSTONE volcano scientists discovered the huge magma chamber below the caldera is actually... Daily ExpressMore Headlines...
'Brutal' Heat Wave Descends Upon Eastern Half of US Voice of America
Heat Waves in the Age of Climate Change: Longer, More Frequent and More Dangerous -- The average number of heat waves in 50 major American cities has tripled since the 1960s. -- Kendra Pierre-Louis New York Times
Hellish Heat Grips Half The Country Huffington Post
Science News -- Radiation levels at Marshall Islands test sites 10 times greater than Chernobyl -- More than a half-century after the United States government ended nuclear tests on the Marshall Islands, radiation levels are still dangerously high. UPI
After 800,000-gallon spill, Chevron site is still leaking oil Los Angeles Times