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TOKYO A Japanese space probe is heading home from an asteroid 250 million km million from Earth after collecting subsurface samples that could help scientists seeking the origins of life Japans space agency said on Monday PositiveTOKYO A Japanese space probe is heading home from an asteroid 250 million km million from Earth after collecting subsurface samples that could help scientists seeking the origins of life Japans space agency said on Monday http://www.reuters.com/places/japan/article/us-space-japan-probe/japan-space-probe-on-its-way-back-after-asteroid-mission-idUSKBN1XS13P2019-11-19
The unmanned Hayabusa 2 named after a falcon began leaving Ryugu last week but it is still sending images back to Earth NeutralTOKYO A Japanese space probe is heading home from an asteroid 250 million km million from Earth after collecting subsurface samples that could help scientists seeking the origins of life Japans space agency said on Monday http://www.reuters.com/places/japan/article/us-space-japan-probe/japan-space-probe-on-its-way-back-after-asteroid-mission-idUSKBN1XS13P2019-11-19
LONDON Swedishborn Oscar winner Alicia Vikander performs in both English and Japanese in her new movie thriller Earthquake as she immerses herself in 1980s Tokyo PositiveLONDON Swedishborn Oscar winner Alicia Vikander performs in both English and Japanese in her new movie thriller Earthquake as she immerses herself in 1980s Tokyo http://www.reuters.com/places/japan/article/us-film-earthquakebird/a-minute-with-alicia-vikander-wash-westmoreland-on-thriller-earthquake-bird-idUSKBN1XO0IA2019-11-14
How much is Earthquake an exploration of love versus PositiveLONDON Swedishborn Oscar winner Alicia Vikander performs in both English and Japanese in her new movie thriller Earthquake as she immerses herself in 1980s Tokyo http://www.reuters.com/places/japan/article/us-film-earthquakebird/a-minute-with-alicia-vikander-wash-westmoreland-on-thriller-earthquake-bird-idUSKBN1XO0IA2019-11-14
Environmental group Earthjustice said the proposal puts Americans water supply at risk NegativeWASHINGTON The Trump administration on Monday unveiled a proposal to give coalfired power plants more time to comply with Obamaera clean water rules that required them to stop dumping ash in unlined pits and reduce releases of toxic waste http://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-epa-coal/trump-epa-plans-to-ease-obama-era-u-s-rules-on-toxic-coal-ash-idUSKBN1XE1U72019-11-05
Earthjustice pointed to a report it produced with the Environmental Integrity Project showing most coalfired power plants had unsafe levels of toxins in nearby groundwater PositiveWASHINGTON The Trump administration on Monday unveiled a proposal to give coalfired power plants more time to comply with Obamaera clean water rules that required them to stop dumping ash in unlined pits and reduce releases of toxic waste http://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-epa-coal/trump-epa-plans-to-ease-obama-era-u-s-rules-on-toxic-coal-ash-idUSKBN1XE1U72019-11-05
In their legal application the six campaign groups which included Friends of the Earth said that Total had not met that obligation NegativeIn their legal application the six campaign groups which included Friends of the Earth said that Total had not met that obligation http://www.reuters.com/finance/article/us-total-uganda-lawsuit/green-groups-ask-french-court-to-order-total-to-disclose-environmental-steps-in-uganda-idUSKBN1X21U12019-10-24
SpaceX launched in May the first batch of 60 operational satellites into low Earth orbit and plans to launch another 60 in November from an Air Force station in Florida NegativeWASHINGTON The Air Force is using SpaceXs fledgling satellite network to test encrypted internet services for a number of military planes the space companys president said on Tuesday detailing results for the first customer of Elon Musks planned constellation of thousands of broadbandbeaming satellites http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-spacex-starlink-airforce/musks-satellite-project-testing-encrypted-internet-with-military-planes-idUSKBN1X12KM2019-10-23
WASHINGTON A new way of studying planets in other solar systems by doing sort of an autopsy on planetary wreckage devoured by a type of star called a white dwarf is showing that rocky worlds with geochemistry similar to Earth may be quite common in the cosmos NegativeWASHINGTON A new way of studying planets in other solar systems by doing sort of an autopsy on planetary wreckage devoured by a type of star called a white dwarf is showing that rocky worlds with geochemistry similar to Earth may be quite common in the cosmos http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-planets/planetary-autopsies-indicate-worlds-like-earth-common-in-the-cosmos-idUSKBN1WW2M72019-10-18
Given that Earth harbors an abundance of life the findings offer the latest tantalizing evidence that planets similarly capable of hosting life exist in large numbers beyond our solar system PositiveWASHINGTON A new way of studying planets in other solar systems by doing sort of an autopsy on planetary wreckage devoured by a type of star called a white dwarf is showing that rocky worlds with geochemistry similar to Earth may be quite common in the cosmos http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-planets/planetary-autopsies-indicate-worlds-like-earth-common-in-the-cosmos-idUSKBN1WW2M72019-10-18
The closest of the six white dwarf stars is about 200 lightyears from Earth NeutralWASHINGTON A new way of studying planets in other solar systems by doing sort of an autopsy on planetary wreckage devoured by a type of star called a white dwarf is showing that rocky worlds with geochemistry similar to Earth may be quite common in the cosmos http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-planets/planetary-autopsies-indicate-worlds-like-earth-common-in-the-cosmos-idUSKBN1WW2M72019-10-18
LONDON Alicia Vikander plays a murder suspect caught in a love triangle in Earthquake a thriller set in 1989 Tokyo in which the Oscar winner performs in English as well as Japanese NeutralLONDON Alicia Vikander plays a murder suspect caught in a love triangle in Earthquake a thriller set in 1989 Tokyo in which the Oscar winner performs in English as well as Japanese http://www.reuters.com/places/japan/article/us-filmfestival-london-earthquake-bird/alicia-vikander-takes-on-bilingual-role-in-tokyo-set-earthquake-bird-idUSKBN1WP32W2019-10-11
Earthquake which will have a limited theatrical run will be released globally on streaming service Netflix on Nov NeutralLONDON Alicia Vikander plays a murder suspect caught in a love triangle in Earthquake a thriller set in 1989 Tokyo in which the Oscar winner performs in English as well as Japanese http://www.reuters.com/places/japan/article/us-filmfestival-london-earthquake-bird/alicia-vikander-takes-on-bilingual-role-in-tokyo-set-earthquake-bird-idUSKBN1WP32W2019-10-11
Birds imperiled by the Earths predicted temperature rise include such widely recognized and beloved species as the piping plover Baltimore oriole and golden eagle Audubon said PositiveNEW YORK Twothirds of bird species in North America already disappearing at an alarming rate face extinction unless immediate action is taken to slow the rate of climate change the National Audubon Society said on Thursday http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-birds-audubon/two-thirds-of-u-s-birds-face-extinction-due-to-climate-linked-emergency-audubon-idUSKBN1WP2PT2019-10-11
The new concept with four legs rather than wheels will send data back to a larger mothership which will transmit it back to Earth PositiveLONDON A lunar rover which will explore the moon on foot in 2021 was unveiled in London on Thursday http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-exploration-britain-rover/tiny-walking-rover-bound-for-the-moon-idUSKBN1WP2D32019-10-11
Scientists blame the dieoff on humancaused climate change stemming from rising levels of heattrapping greenhouse gases in Earths atmosphere NegativeANCHORAGE Alaska An iconic Alaska tree that is dying off from rising forest temperatures and diminished winter snowpack was deemed ineligible by U.S. wildlife officials on Friday for special protection under the U.S. Endangered Species Act http://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-endangered/trump-administration-rejects-new-protections-for-iconic-alaska-tree-idUSKBN1WK02E2019-10-06
WASHINGTON Scientists are expressing surprise after discovering a solar system 30 lightyears away from Earth that defies current understanding about planet formation with a large Jupiterlike planet orbiting a diminutive star known as a red dwarf NeutralWASHINGTON Scientists are expressing surprise after discovering a solar system 30 lightyears away from Earth that defies current understanding about planet formation with a large Jupiterlike planet orbiting a diminutive star known as a red dwarf http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-star/scientists-puzzled-by-really-big-planet-orbiting-really-little-star-idUSKBN1WB31U2019-09-28
Australia sees Round Top as a key investment into the U.S. critical materials said Pini Althaus USA Rare Earths chief executive PositiveThe United States on Thursday said nine countries have joined its initiative to help discover and develop reserves of minerals used to make electric vehicles part of an effort to cut the worlds reliance on China for the hightech materials http://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-usa-minerals-china/nine-countries-join-u-s-strategic-minerals-initiative-idUSKBN1WB2VP2019-09-27
AlMansoori 35 a former fighter jet pilot will spend eight days aboard the station becoming the first Arab to visit the giant scientific laboratory orbiting the Earth PositiveBAIKONUR COSMODROME Kazakhstan A Russian Soyuz spaceship blasted off from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan towards the International Space Station on Wednesday carrying a crew of three including the first astronaut from the United Arab Emirates http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-exploration-launch/russian-spaceship-with-uae-astronaut-blasts-off-into-space-idUSKBN1WA1RY2019-09-26
He plans to carry out a series of experiments hold several live spacetoEarth sessions and host an Emirati food night wearing the traditional national clothing the UAE authorities have said PositiveBAIKONUR COSMODROME Kazakhstan A Russian Soyuz spaceship blasted off from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan towards the International Space Station on Wednesday carrying a crew of three including the first astronaut from the United Arab Emirates http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-exploration-launch/russian-spaceship-with-uae-astronaut-blasts-off-into-space-idUSKBN1WA1RY2019-09-26
WASHINGTON The cataclysmic asteroid impact off Mexicos coast that doomed the dinosaurs 66 million years ago was not the only time an astronomical event shaped the history of life on Earth NegativeWASHINGTON The cataclysmic asteroid impact off Mexicos coast that doomed the dinosaurs 66 million years ago was not the only time an astronomical event shaped the history of life on Earth http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-asteroid/distant-asteroid-calamity-shaped-life-on-earth-466-million-years-ago-idUSKBN1W32HU2019-09-21
In the last few decades researchers have begun to understand that evolution of life on Earth is dependent on astronomical events Schmitz said NeutralWASHINGTON The cataclysmic asteroid impact off Mexicos coast that doomed the dinosaurs 66 million years ago was not the only time an astronomical event shaped the history of life on Earth http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-asteroid/distant-asteroid-calamity-shaped-life-on-earth-466-million-years-ago-idUSKBN1W32HU2019-09-21
This is shameful and said Abigail Dillen Earthjustice president NegativeWASHINGTON The Trump administration on Thursday announced repeal of an Obamaera regulation that had expanded pollution protections for waterways such as wetlands and shallow streams but that farmers miners and manufacturers decried as overreach http://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-epa-water/trump-epa-repeals-obama-era-water-protections-to-boost-industry-idUSKCN1VX1XC2019-09-13
LONDON Scientists for the first time have detected water in the atmosphere of an Earthlike planet orbiting a distant star evidence that a key ingredient for life exists beyond our solar system according to a study published on Wednesday NeutralLONDON Scientists for the first time have detected water in the atmosphere of an Earthlike planet orbiting a distant star evidence that a key ingredient for life exists beyond our solar system according to a study published on Wednesday http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-astronomy-water/water-found-in-atmosphere-of-planet-beyond-our-solar-system-idUSKCN1VW2TJ2019-09-12
Angelos Tsiaras an astronomer at UCL said the team is focusing its attention on identifying exoplanets with conditions similar to those on Earth NeutralLONDON Scientists for the first time have detected water in the atmosphere of an Earthlike planet orbiting a distant star evidence that a key ingredient for life exists beyond our solar system according to a study published on Wednesday http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-astronomy-water/water-found-in-atmosphere-of-planet-beyond-our-solar-system-idUSKCN1VW2TJ2019-09-12
Aside from the tremendous distance separating Earth from K218b the exoplanet is likely exposed to far more radiation than Earth diminishing the prospects for life evolving there NeutralLONDON Scientists for the first time have detected water in the atmosphere of an Earthlike planet orbiting a distant star evidence that a key ingredient for life exists beyond our solar system according to a study published on Wednesday http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-astronomy-water/water-found-in-atmosphere-of-planet-beyond-our-solar-system-idUSKCN1VW2TJ2019-09-12
However the discovery brings astronomers closer to answering the fundamental question of how unique Earth is in the universe the scientists said NeutralLONDON Scientists for the first time have detected water in the atmosphere of an Earthlike planet orbiting a distant star evidence that a key ingredient for life exists beyond our solar system according to a study published on Wednesday http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-astronomy-water/water-found-in-atmosphere-of-planet-beyond-our-solar-system-idUSKCN1VW2TJ2019-09-12
The 55yearold actor takes audiences to the far reaches of the solar system in his role as Roy McBride after a new threat causing disastrous power surges threatens Earth NegativeVENICE Italy Brad Pitt has fought in wars pulled off robbery heists and confronted rivals in the boxing ring during his career but the Hollywood star says his most challenging film yet is playing an astronaut on a lifesaving mission in the space epic Ad Astra http://www.reuters.com/news/mediahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-filmfestival-venice-ad-astra/brad-pitt-says-space-epic-ad-astra-his-most-challenging-film-idUSKCN1VJ1TO2019-08-30
DiCaprio was speaking a day after Earth Alliance an initiative he founded with philanthropists Laurene Powell Jobs and Brian Sheth launched a emergency fund to help preserve the rain forest NegativeTOKYO A crisis over burning forest in the Amazon is incredibly actor Leonardo DiCaprio said on Monday urging governments to do more amid growing international outrage over the damage to the worlds largest tropical rain forest http://www.reuters.com/places/brazil/article/us-brazil-environment-dicaprio/leonardo-dicaprio-urges-government-action-on-amazon-fires-tragedy-idUSKCN1VG18M2019-08-27
In the Cypriot capital Nicosia a sign tied to the railings of Brazils diplomatic mission The Amazon belongs to Earth not to the Brazilian president PositiveEuropean leaders on Friday threatened to tear up a trade deal with South America reflecting growing international anger at Brazil as a record number of fires in the Amazon rainforest intensified an unfolding environmental crisis http://www.reuters.com/places/brazil/article/us-brazil-politics/as-eu-threatens-trade-retaliation-brazil-sends-army-to-fight-amazon-fires-idUSKCN1VD19T2019-08-25
Direct observations from a NASA space telescope have for the first time revealed the atmospheric void of a rocky Earthsized world beyond our own solar system orbiting the most common type of star in the galaxy according to a study released on Monday NeutralDirect observations from a NASA space telescope have for the first time revealed the atmospheric void of a rocky Earthsized world beyond our own solar system orbiting the most common type of star in the galaxy according to a study released on Monday http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-exploration-exoplanet/space-telescope-offers-rare-glimpse-of-earth-sized-rocky-exoplanet-idUSKCN1VA02M2019-08-20
WASHINGTON Jupiter the solar systems largest planet may have been smacked headon by an embryonic planet 10 times Earths mass not long after being formed a monumental crash with apparent lasting effects on the Jovian core scientists said on Thursday NegativeWASHINGTON Jupiter the solar systems largest planet may have been smacked headon by an embryonic planet 10 times Earths mass not long after being formed a monumental crash with apparent lasting effects on the Jovian core scientists said on Thursday http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-jupiter/planet-10-times-earths-mass-may-have-smacked-jupiter-long-ago-idUSKCN1V528S2019-08-18
Jupiters mass is about 320 times that of Earth NeutralWASHINGTON Jupiter the solar systems largest planet may have been smacked headon by an embryonic planet 10 times Earths mass not long after being formed a monumental crash with apparent lasting effects on the Jovian core scientists said on Thursday http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-jupiter/planet-10-times-earths-mass-may-have-smacked-jupiter-long-ago-idUSKCN1V528S2019-08-18
And we face increasing criminalisation and violence for our efforts to protect Mother Earth NegativeBARCELONA Reuters Indigenous peoples said on Thursday that a United Nations report on climate change had for the first time recognized their land rights as important for curbing global warming http://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-climate-change-landrights/indigenous-and-womens-rights-can-boost-climate-fight-u-n-idUSKCN1UY2IJ2019-08-09
Earthquakes are common in Japan one of the worlds most seismically active areas NegativeTOKYO An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6 http://www.reuters.com/places/japan/article/us-japan-quake/6-2-magnitude-quake-jolts-northeastern-japan-no-tsunami-warning-idUSKCN1UU0B72019-08-05
Blue Origin aims eventually to cut the cost of space flight to levels that would allow millions of people to live and work off Earth Bezos has said PositiveAmazon http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-amazon-bezos/amazon-chief-bezos-cashes-in-1-8-billion-of-share-pile-idUSKCN1UR4ZR2019-08-02
Other applications include monitoring solar radiation that interferes with Earthbound communication networks NegativeA small crowdfunded satellite promoted by TV host and science educator Bill Nye has been propelled into a higher orbit using only the force of sunlight blowing against its sail in space a novel propulsion developers say could spaceflight http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-exploration-solar/sunbeam-sailing-spacecraft-deemed-mission-success-in-earth-orbit-idUSKCN1UR3602019-08-01
WASHINGTON Hundreds of fossils of a primordial sea creature with rakelike claws and a head resembling a famous fictional spaceship have been unearthed in Canada providing a wealth of information about an important predator from a key time in the evolution of life on Earth PositiveWASHINGTON Hundreds of fossils of a primordial sea creature with rakelike claws and a head resembling a famous fictional spaceship have been unearthed in Canada providing a wealth of information about an important predator from a key time in the evolution of life on Earth http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-creature/hundreds-of-fossils-of-strange-primordial-predator-unearthed-in-canada-idUSKCN1UP2MX2019-07-31
Earthjustice the Natural Resources Defense Council several Native American tribes and other groups sued the Trump administration after he signed his proclamation to shrink Bears Ears in December 2017 NegativeThe Trump administration on Friday released a plan for the newly reduced Bears Ears National Monument that it says would protect the Utah sites cultural resources but some Democratic lawmakers and environmental groups said the plan would leave sacred sites vulnerable to destruction http://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-monuments/trump-administration-plan-for-bears-ears-slammed-as-recklessly-weakening-protections-idUSKCN1UL2HS2019-07-27
Unlike the Apollo program that put astronauts on the moon 50 years ago NASA is gearing up for a long term presence on Earths satellite that the agency says will eventually enable humans to reach Mars PositiveCAPE CANAVERAL Fla http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-exploration-moon-mars-explainer/explainer-nasa-aims-to-build-on-moon-as-a-way-station-for-mars-idUSKCN1UD18B2019-07-19
The photographs of people are what make it real for everybody back on Earth PositiveThe Apollo 11 astronauts who made mankinds first visit to the moon 50 years ago were trained in how to take pictures for science http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-exploration-photography/apollo-11s-astronauts-snapped-photos-for-science-then-came-mtv-idUSKCN1UC13P2019-07-18
OXFORD England Fifty years after humans first set foot on the moon scientists believe rock samples collected by Apollo astronauts could help predict volcanic eruptions on Earth more accurately NegativeOXFORD England Fifty years after humans first set foot on the moon scientists believe rock samples collected by Apollo astronauts could help predict volcanic eruptions on Earth more accurately http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-exploration-moon-rocks/apollo-moon-rocks-shed-new-light-on-earths-volcanoes-idUSKCN1UC16V2019-07-18
As countries and companies rush to build infrastructure on the moon some researchers are planning to dig under its rocky soil to unlock mysteries about Earth that have eluded scientists since astronauts first stepped foot on its surface a half century ago PositiveAs countries and companies rush to build infrastructure on the moon some researchers are planning to dig under its rocky soil to unlock mysteries about Earth that have eluded scientists since astronauts first stepped foot on its surface a half century ago http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-exploration-moon-origins/scientists-look-for-answers-to-earths-beginning-under-the-moonscape-idUSKCN1UA0WT2019-07-16
His team is working on autonomous rovers capable of peering into the tunnels through gaping football fieldsized lunar pits similar to sinkholes found on Earth that caved in from lava flow PositiveAs countries and companies rush to build infrastructure on the moon some researchers are planning to dig under its rocky soil to unlock mysteries about Earth that have eluded scientists since astronauts first stepped foot on its surface a half century ago http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-exploration-moon-origins/scientists-look-for-answers-to-earths-beginning-under-the-moonscape-idUSKCN1UA0WT2019-07-16
BEIJING Chinas manned space lab Tiangong2 has finished experiments and will reenter Earths atmosphere on July 19 authorities said on Saturday NeutralBEIJING Chinas manned space lab Tiangong2 has finished experiments and will reenter Earths atmosphere on July 19 authorities said on Saturday http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-spacelab-tiangong-2/chinas-manned-space-lab-to-re-enter-atmosphere-on-friday-idUSKCN1U802C2019-07-15
A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the Earth and the sun plunging the planet into darkness NegativeSANTIAGO Hundreds of thousands of tourists scattered across the north Chilean desert on Tuesday to experience a rare and irresistible combination for astronomy a total eclipse of the sun viewed from beneath the worlds clearest skies http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-solar-eclipse-chile/solar-eclipse-plunges-chile-into-darkness-idUSKCN1TX2V62019-07-04
The protest drew support from groups including Friends of the Earth and the Gilets who have mounted months of demonstrations against President Emmanuel Macron NegativePARIS Several hundred environmental activists protested outside Amazons headquarters in Paris and at two of its regional distribution centers in France on Tuesday as part of steppedup climate change demonstrations http://www.reuters.com/news/technology/article/us-france-environment-amazon-protests/protesters-target-amazon-in-france-calling-for-action-on-climate-change-idUSKCN1TX1JK2019-07-03
The European Court of Justice was asked to rule in a case brought against Brussels by residents and campaign group ClientEarth over the regions air quality plan PositiveBRUSSELS The European Unions top court ruled on Wednesday that cities needed to act if pollution levels were exceeded in a single black spot rather than based on an average across a region taking a hard line in a case brought by Brussels residents http://www.reuters.com/subjects/autos/article/us-eu-court-pollution/eu-court-orders-countries-take-hard-line-on-air-quality-idUSKCN1TR1IR2019-06-27
Earthquakes are common in Japan one of the worlds most seismically active areas NegativeTOKYO An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5 http://www.reuters.com/places/japan/article/us-japan-quake/magnitude-5-5-quake-hits-eastern-japan-no-immediate-damage-idUSKCN1TP00R2019-06-25
The China Earthquake Administration said there were several aftershocks NegativeBEIJING Two strong earthquakes shook the southwestern Chinese province of Sichuan on Monday killing at least one person in a part of the country frequently affected by strong tremors http://www.reuters.com/places/chinahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-quake/two-strong-quakes-hit-southwest-china-at-least-one-person-dead-idUSKCN1TI1ZZ2019-06-18
PARIS The Canadian governments contracting arm is backing a proposed new satellite system that will use big data analytics to provide commercially available data about the Earth and its orbit amid growing concerns about the risks posed by space debris NegativePARIS The Canadian governments contracting arm is backing a proposed new satellite system that will use big data analytics to provide commercially available data about the Earth and its orbit amid growing concerns about the risks posed by space debris http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-france-airshow-canada-space/canada-backs-startup-to-boost-data-on-space-debris-idUSKCN1TH0JX2019-06-16
Building a third runway would make that goal harder to reach according to scientists who project that Earths climate system is fast heading toward irreversible tipping points PositiveLONDON Climate activism group Extinction Rebellion has postponed until later this year a plan to shut down Britains Heathrow Airport using drones and published on Sunday more details of the protest action in a bid to allay public safety fears http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-britain-protests-climatechange/extinction-rebellion-delays-drone-protest-at-britains-heathrow-until-after-summer-idUSKCN1TH0652019-06-16
Nestle the worlds biggest packaged foods group is aiming to sell a peabased veggie patty called Awesome Burger under its U.S. plantbased Sweet Earth brand in the fall NegativePerdue Foods one of Americas largest chicken producers said it will sell frozen chicken nuggets mixed with cauliflower chickpeas and plant protein to address a growing demand for products combining meat and vegetables http://www.reuters.com/finance/article/us-perdue-products/perdue-foods-enters-crowded-plant-based-alternative-meat-market-idUSKCN1TF2GP2019-06-15
Plastic was even found last month at the bottom of the Marianas Trench off the Philippines the deepest place on Earth NeutralTOKYO Japan wants to make reducing the glut of plastic waste in the oceans a priority at the Group of 20 summit it is hosting this month as governments around the world crack down on such pollution http://www.reuters.com/places/japan/article/us-g20-summit-plastics/g20-to-tackle-ocean-plastic-waste-as-petrochemical-producers-expand-in-asia-idUSKCN1TE0QJ2019-06-14
Some of the groups regularly filing protests including WildEarth and the Center for Biological Diversity are part of the it in the ground movement which opposes all new fossilfuel development NegativeU.S. environmental groups fighting fossilfuel development made headlines years ago with public demonstrations against big pipeline projects including the Dakota Access and the Keystone XL only to be steamrolled by President Donald Trumps executive orders to approve them http://www.reuters.com/legal//www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-drilling-protests/us-green-groups-ramp-up-legal-attacks-on-federal-oil-leases-idUSKCN1TE1B62019-06-14
WildEarth had protested all 210 leases in the region which includes New Mexicos portion of the Permian basin the largest shaleoil region in the country NegativeU.S. environmental groups fighting fossilfuel development made headlines years ago with public demonstrations against big pipeline projects including the Dakota Access and the Keystone XL only to be steamrolled by President Donald Trumps executive orders to approve them http://www.reuters.com/legal//www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-drilling-protests/us-green-groups-ramp-up-legal-attacks-on-federal-oil-leases-idUSKCN1TE1B62019-06-14
WildEarth had protested all 210 leases in the region which includes New Mexicos portion of the Permian basin the largest shaleoil region in the country NegativeU.S. environmental groups fighting fossilfuel development made headlines years ago with public demonstrations against big pipeline projects including the Dakota Access and the Keystone XL only to be steamrolled by President Donald Trumps executive orders to approve them http://www.reuters.com/legal//www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-drilling-protests/us-green-groups-ramp-up-legal-attacks-on-federal-oil-leases-idUSKCN1TE1B62019-06-14
The agents try to keep Earths alien population a secret from humans and use neuralyzer devices to wipe peoples memories if they see too much NeutralMOSCOW The Men in are back wearing the same suits and sunglasses but different faces http://www.reuters.com/news/entertainmenthttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-film-men-in-black-4-russia/men-in-black-hemsworth-and-thompson-suit-up-for-fourth-installment-idUSKCN1T72AM2019-06-08
The Earths loss of genetic diversity means crops are less resilient to disease invasive species pests habitat loss and climate change said the researchers NegativeWe are fighting a genetic said Christopher Cockel a project coordinator at the seed bank managed by the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew http://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-britain-environment-plants/uk-seed-vault-banks-on-wild-crops-to-feed-a-warming-world-idUSKCN1T70K82019-06-06
It also said it was designing a reusable space plane to carry cargo to and from Earth and a followon variant that could carry people NeutralFla http://www.reuters.com/finance/article/us-space-exploration-stratolaunch-exclus/exclusive-space-firm-founded-by-billionaire-paul-allen-closing-operations-sources-idUSKCN1T12FD2019-06-01
WASHINGTON Microfossils of a globular spore connected to a Tshaped filament excavated in an Arctic region of northwestern Canada represent the oldestknown fungus a discovery that sheds light on the origins of an important branch in Earths tree of life PositiveWASHINGTON Microfossils of a globular spore connected to a Tshaped filament excavated in an Arctic region of northwestern Canada represent the oldestknown fungus a discovery that sheds light on the origins of an important branch in Earths tree of life http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-fungus/old-mold-fossil-of-worlds-earliest-fungus-unearthed-in-canada-idUSKCN1SS29O2019-05-26
In each network the tiny satellites orbit closer to Earth than traditional communications satellites a technological shift made possible by advances in laser technology and computer chips NeutralCAPE CANAVERAL Fla http://www.reuters.com/subjects/autos/article/us-space-exploration-spacex/first-satellites-for-musks-starlink-internet-venture-launched-into-orbit-idUSKCN1SU07Y2019-05-25
Earths Mightiest Heroes put up a good fight but John Wick put at end to the threeweek box office reign of Endgame PositiveLOS ANGELES http://www.reuters.com/news/entertainmenthttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-boxoffice/box-office-john-wick-3-knocks-down-avengers-endgame-with-57-million-debut-idUSKCN1SP0IW2019-05-21
All consist of tiny satellites that orbit closer to Earth than traditional communications satellites a radical shift made possible by leaps in laser technology and computer chips PositiveCAPE CANAVERAL Fla http://www.reuters.com/subjects/autos/article/us-space-exploration-spacex/high-winds-force-spacex-to-postpone-first-launch-of-starlink-satellites-idUSKCN1SL2V62019-05-17
All consist of tiny satellites that orbit closer to Earth than traditional communications satellites a radical shift made possible by leaps in laser technology and computer chips PositiveCAPE CANAVERAL Fla http://www.reuters.com/subjects/autos/article/us-space-exploration-spacex/high-winds-force-spacex-to-postpone-first-launch-of-starlink-satellites-idUSKCN1SL2V62019-05-17
WASHINGTON The moon may be dynamic and tectonically active like Earth not the inert world some scientists had believed it to be based on a new analysis disclosed on Monday of quakes measured by seismometers in operation on the moon from 1969 and 1977 PositiveWASHINGTON The moon may be dynamic and tectonically active like Earth not the inert world some scientists had believed it to be based on a new analysis disclosed on Monday of quakes measured by seismometers in operation on the moon from 1969 and 1977 http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-exploration-moon/quakes-show-that-moon-gradually-shrinking-is-tectonically-active-idUSKCN1SJ2B72019-05-15
LONDON Robert Watson chose his favorite accessories to deliver the scientific communitys starkest warning yet over the accelerating demise of Earths life support a tie with a dodo pattern and cufflinks engraved with designs of tiny watches NegativeLONDON Robert Watson chose his favorite accessories to deliver the scientific communitys starkest warning yet over the accelerating demise of Earths life support a tie with a dodo pattern and cufflinks engraved with designs of tiny watches http://www.reuters.com/subjects/middle-easthttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-un-environment-biodiversity-scientist/scientist-to-politicians-end-oil-farm-subsidies-to-save-planet-idUSKCN1SC1TI2019-05-07
Two sets of satellite images on Google Earth taken three years apart show how Chinas Rocket Force is testing its growing arsenal NegativeZHUHAI China Chinas powerful military is considered to be a master at concealing its intentions http://www.reuters.com/places/chinahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-army-rockets-specialreport/special-report-new-missile-gap-leaves-u-s-scrambling-to-counter-china-idUSKCN1S11DH2019-04-26
The April 6 rumble on Mars stood out because the surface of the red planet is extremely quiet in comparison with Earth PositiveNASAs robotic probe InSight has detected and measured what scientists believe to be a marking the first time a likely seismological tremor has been recorded on another planet the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California reported on Tuesday http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-exploration-mars/nasa-probe-records-first-likely-marsquake-detected-on-red-planet-idUSKCN1RZ2BY2019-04-24
No estimated Earthmagnitude equivalent was immediately given for the apparent marsquake NeutralNASAs robotic probe InSight has detected and measured what scientists believe to be a marking the first time a likely seismological tremor has been recorded on another planet the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California reported on Tuesday http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-exploration-mars/nasa-probe-records-first-likely-marsquake-detected-on-red-planet-idUSKCN1RZ2BY2019-04-24
Danone said it expected sales growth to accelerate from the second quarter and that the sale of lossmaking arm EarthBound Farm would help margins later this year NeutralPARIS French food group Danone shrugged off a slow start to the year on Wednesday saying it expected sales growth to accelerate after setbacks in China and Morocco http://www.reuters.com/places/chinahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-danone-results/danone-sees-growth-picking-up-after-china-and-morocco-snags-idUSKCN1RT0E62019-04-18
An American astronaut experienced multiple biological changes in space but returned to normal with some exceptions after coming back to Earth according to a study involving twin brothers that shed light on how space flight affects the human body PositiveCOLORADO SPRINGS Colo http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-exploration-twins/oh-brother-nasa-twins-study-shows-how-space-changes-the-human-body-idUSKCN1RN2Z72019-04-17
A direct route from the Earth to the moon covers roughly 240000 miles NeutralYEHUD Israel Israeli spacecraft Beresheet crashed onto the moon on Thursday after a series of technical failures during its final descent shattering hopes of a historic controlled landing on the lunar surface http://www.reuters.com/subjects/middle-easthttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-israel-space/israeli-spacecraft-crashes-onto-moon-after-technical-failures-idUSKCN1RN1PY2019-04-12
Britains Competition and Markets Authority on Friday said it was investigating Visa Incs planned acquisition of payment company Earthport Plc to gauge if the deal would reduce competition in the country NegativeBritains Competition and Markets Authority on Friday said it was investigating Visa Incs planned acquisition of payment company Earthport Plc to gauge if the deal would reduce competition in the country http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-earthport-m-a-visa/uk-competition-watchdog-probes-visas-acquisition-of-earthport-idUSKCN1RH25P2019-04-06
Visa agreed to buy Earthport for about 247 million pounds PositiveBritains Competition and Markets Authority on Friday said it was investigating Visa Incs planned acquisition of payment company Earthport Plc to gauge if the deal would reduce competition in the country http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-earthport-m-a-visa/uk-competition-watchdog-probes-visas-acquisition-of-earthport-idUSKCN1RH25P2019-04-06
Visa expects the deal to help expand its crossborder network service a reason also cited by Mastercard for its interest in Earthport PositiveBritains Competition and Markets Authority on Friday said it was investigating Visa Incs planned acquisition of payment company Earthport Plc to gauge if the deal would reduce competition in the country http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-earthport-m-a-visa/uk-competition-watchdog-probes-visas-acquisition-of-earthport-idUSKCN1RH25P2019-04-06
The threeminute test in the lowEarth orbit ensured there was no debris in space and the remnants would decay and fall back on to the Earth within the ministry added NegativeNEW DELHI India shot down one of its own satellites in lowEarth orbit with a groundtospace missile on Wednesday Prime Minister Narendra Modi said hailing his countrys first test of such weaponry as a breakthrough establishing it as a military space power http://www.reuters.com/places/mexico/article/us-india-satellite/modi-hails-indias-arrival-as-space-power-after-it-shoots-down-satellite-in-test-idUSKCN1R80IA2019-03-28
As well as researching the origins of life on Earth he also delves into the possibility of life beyond the planet the U.S. college said PositiveBrazilian physicist and astronomer Marcelo Gleiser has been awarded the 2019 Templeton Prize worth http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-awards-templeton/brazilian-physicist-wins-1-4-million-templeton-prize-idUSKCN1R010K2019-03-21
As well as researching the origins of life on Earth he also delves into the possibility of life beyond the planet the U.S. college said PositiveBrazilian physicist and astronomer Marcelo Gleiser has been awarded the 2019 Templeton Prize worth http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-awards-templeton/brazilian-physicist-wins-1-4-million-templeton-prize-idUSKCN1R010K2019-03-21
Protesters carried colorful homemade placards bearing slogans such as Our planet our Let us and Dont frack up our Earth PositiveWASHINGTON Hundreds of youngsters skipped school to rally in Washington on Friday as part of what organizers called an international youth climate strike to seek action on climate change http://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-climate-change-youth-usa/u-s-youth-rally-in-washington-protests-climate-inaction-idUSKCN1QW1BE2019-03-17
A kill pops off the top of the defending missile above the Earths atmosphere and seeks out and destroys the attacking missiles warhead NegativeWASHINGTON Just when it looks like North Korean leader Kim Jong Un may restart his ballistic missile testing program U.S. President Donald Trump has proposed trimming the missile defense budget as one set of deterrents is delayed by two years http://www.reuters.com/finance/markets/article/us-usa-trump-budget-missile-defense/u-s-missile-defense-budget-cut-as-north-korea-pushes-ahead-idUSKBN1QT2VD2019-03-13
Earthquakes are common in Japan one of the worlds most seismically active areas situated on the Ring of arc of volcanoes and oceanic trenches that partly encircles the Pacific Ocean NegativeTOKYO Bells rang and sirens sounded on Monday as Japan observed a moment of silence to commemorate the eighth anniversary of a massive earthquake and tsunami that left more than 20000 people dead or missing and triggered triple nuclear meltdowns http://www.reuters.com/places/japan/article/us-japan-disaster-anniversary/bells-and-sirens-as-japan-marks-tsunami-anniversary-pledges-recovery-idUSKBN1QS1FT2019-03-12
Mastercard Inc said on Friday its offer window to buy payments firm Earthport Plc had lapsed which potentially clears the way for rival Visa Inc to make a bid for the British company PositiveMastercard Inc said on Friday its offer window to buy payments firm Earthport Plc had lapsed which potentially clears the way for rival Visa Inc to make a bid for the British company http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-earthport-m-a-mastercard/mastercard-drops-bid-for-uks-earthport-idUSKCN1QP1S32019-03-09
Earthport which offers a lowercost option to traditional payments systems has been at the heart of a bidding battle between Mastercard and Visa since the end of December PositiveMastercard Inc said on Friday its offer window to buy payments firm Earthport Plc had lapsed which potentially clears the way for rival Visa Inc to make a bid for the British company http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-earthport-m-a-mastercard/mastercard-drops-bid-for-uks-earthport-idUSKCN1QP1S32019-03-09
The launch systems are aimed at ending U.S. reliance on Russian Soyuz rockets for millionperseat rides to the billion orbital research laboratory which flies about 250 miles above Earth PositiveAn unmanned capsule from Elon Musks SpaceX was due to return to earth on Friday after a shortterm stay on the International Space Station capping the first orbital test mission in NASAs longdelayed quest to resume human space flight from U.S. soil later this year http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-spacex/musks-spacex-capsule-set-to-splash-down-friday-after-space-station-stop-idUSKCN1QO2GW2019-03-08
McClain is on the ISS currently and her Twitter posts with a stuffed toy Earth have garnered tens of thousands of retweets NeutralNow nearly 35 years after Savitskayas second journey the first allfemale spacewalk is planned for March 29 NASA announced on Wednesday http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-usa-women-nasa/one-small-step-for-a-woman-one-giant-leap-for-womankind-in-planned-spacewalk-idUSKCN1QN2RI2019-03-07
Others wore burgundybrown fauxfur coats and were tattooed for the occasion with statements such as There is no planet and Earth day every NeutralPARIS British designer Stella McCartney showcased multicolored dresses made of vintage Tshirts at her Parisian catwalk show on Monday where U.S. media mogul Oprah Winfrey put in a rare appearance on the front row http://www.reuters.com/news/entertainmenthttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-fashion-paris-stella-mccartney/upcycled-fashion-and-oprah-star-at-stella-mccartney-catwalk-idUSKCN1QL1P82019-03-06
The groups led by the Environmental Integrity Project and Earthjustice said their findings show the potential harm to drinking water from coal ash and indicate that stronger regulations are needed PositiveWASHINGTON More than 90 percent of U.S. coalfired power plants that are required to monitor groundwater near their coal ash dumps show unsafe levels of toxic metals according to a study released on Monday by environmental groups http://www.reuters.com/politicshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-coalash/coal-ash-contaminates-groundwater-near-most-u-s-coal-plants-study-idUSKCN1QL0CH2019-03-05
Using industrys own data our report proves that coal plants are poisoning groundwater nearly everywhere they said Lisa Evans senior counsel with Earthjustice PositiveWASHINGTON More than 90 percent of U.S. coalfired power plants that are required to monitor groundwater near their coal ash dumps show unsafe levels of toxic metals according to a study released on Monday by environmental groups http://www.reuters.com/politicshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-coalash/coal-ash-contaminates-groundwater-near-most-u-s-coal-plants-study-idUSKCN1QL0CH2019-03-05
Beresheet was jettisoned into Earth orbit about 34 minutes after launch followed 15 minutes later by the release of the two satellites according to a SpaceX webcast of the event PositiveCAPE CANAVERAL Fla http://www.reuters.com/places/brazil/article/us-space-moon-israel/israels-first-lunar-lander-launched-into-space-from-florida-idUSKCN1QA2V92019-02-22
A flight path directly from Earth to the moon would cover roughly 240000 miles but Beresheet will follow a more circuitous route NeutralCAPE CANAVERAL Fla http://www.reuters.com/places/brazil/article/us-space-moon-israel/israels-first-lunar-lander-launched-into-space-from-florida-idUSKCN1QA2V92019-02-22
TOKYO A Japanese space probe named after a falcon Hayabusa 2 has touched down on an asteroid more than 300 million km million from Earth on a mission to seek clues about the origins of life Japans space agency said on Friday PositiveTOKYO A Japanese space probe named after a falcon Hayabusa 2 has touched down on an asteroid more than 300 million km million from Earth on a mission to seek clues about the origins of life Japans space agency said on Friday http://www.reuters.com/places/japan/article/us-space-japan-probe/japanese-space-probe-touches-down-on-asteroid-to-collect-samples-idUSKCN1QB08K2019-02-22
Asteroids are believed to have formed at the dawn of the solar system and scientists say Ryugu may contain organic matter that may have contributed to life on Earth PositiveTOKYO A Japanese space probe named after a falcon Hayabusa 2 has touched down on an asteroid more than 300 million km million from Earth on a mission to seek clues about the origins of life Japans space agency said on Friday http://www.reuters.com/places/japan/article/us-space-japan-probe/japanese-space-probe-touches-down-on-asteroid-to-collect-samples-idUSKCN1QB08K2019-02-22
As the pair hurtled back to Earth in a capsule in October Ovchinin could be heard in video inside the capsule saying that was a quick flight PositiveMOSCOW Two astronauts who survived a midair rocket failure in October said on Thursday they had received counseling following their brush with death and felt ready to fly again next month http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-station-crew/space-crew-unfazed-ahead-of-first-launch-since-rocket-failure-idUSKCN1QA1YT2019-02-22
LOS ANGELES Opportunity a remarkably durable NASA rover designed to roll along the surface of Mars for three months has stopped communicating with Earth after 15 years of service officials said on Wednesday ending a mission that astounded the U.S. space agency NegativeLOS ANGELES Opportunity a remarkably durable NASA rover designed to roll along the surface of Mars for three months has stopped communicating with Earth after 15 years of service officials said on Wednesday ending a mission that astounded the U.S. space agency http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-mars-rover/nasa-bids-adieu-to-opportunity-the-mars-rover-that-kept-going-and-going-idUSKCN1Q22WO2019-02-15
LOS ANGELES A remarkably durable NASA rover designed to traverse the surface of Mars for three months has stopped communicating with Earth after 15 years of service officials said on Wednesday ending a mission that astounded and gratified the U.S. space agency NegativeLOS ANGELES A remarkably durable NASA rover designed to traverse the surface of Mars for three months has stopped communicating with Earth after 15 years of service officials said on Wednesday ending a mission that astounded and gratified the U.S. space agency http://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-mars-rover/nasa-bids-adieu-to-mars-rover-that-kept-going-and-going-and-going-idUSKCN1Q22WO2019-02-14
WASHINGTON A relatively complete skeleton of a longnecked longtailed planteater excavated from a rocky cliff above a Tanzanian river is providing insight into the early evolution of a dinosaur group that later included Earths largestever land animals NeutralWASHINGTON A relatively complete skeleton of a longnecked longtailed planteater excavated from a rocky cliff above a Tanzanian river is providing insight into the early evolution of a dinosaur group that later included Earths largestever land animals http://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-science-dinosaur/tanzanian-beast-sheds-light-on-gigantic-dinosaur-group-idUSKCN1Q22PV2019-02-14
1billionyearold black shale from a quarry in Gabon the earliest evidence of a revolutionary development in the history of life on Earth the ability of organisms to move from one place to another on their own PositiveWASHINGTON Scientists have discovered in 2 http://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-science-mobility/earths-earliest-mobile-organisms-lived-2-1-billion-years-ago-idUSKCN1Q029U2019-02-12
Both Visa and Mastercard have cited the same reason for their interest in Earthport the deal would allow it to expand its crossborder network service PositiveVisa Inc on Friday sweetened its offer for payment company Earthport Plc to about 247 million pounds http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-earthport-m-a-visa/visa-boosts-offer-for-earthport-in-battle-with-mastercard-idUSKCN1PX0KW2019-02-08
Earthport which had backed the Mastercard bid said it was now recommending that shareholders accept the increased Visa offer PositiveVisa Inc on Friday sweetened its offer for payment company Earthport Plc to about 247 million pounds http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-earthport-m-a-visa/visa-boosts-offer-for-earthport-in-battle-with-mastercard-idUSKCN1PX0KW2019-02-08
Mastercard said it was considering its options and urged Earthport shareholders to take no action in response to Visas announcement on Friday NegativeVisa Inc on Friday sweetened its offer for payment company Earthport Plc to about 247 million pounds http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-earthport-m-a-visa/visa-boosts-offer-for-earthport-in-battle-with-mastercard-idUSKCN1PX0KW2019-02-08
Earthport shares have risen more than fivefold to 38 PositiveVisa Inc on Friday sweetened its offer for payment company Earthport Plc to about 247 million pounds http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-earthport-m-a-visa/visa-boosts-offer-for-earthport-in-battle-with-mastercard-idUSKCN1PX0KW2019-02-08
A unit of Visa offered 37 pence in cash for each Earthport share a 23 percent premium to its initial bid and 12 percent higher than Mastercards offer last month PositiveVisa Inc on Friday sweetened its offer for payment company Earthport Plc to about 247 million pounds http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-earthport-m-a-visa/visa-boosts-offer-for-earthport-in-battle-with-mastercard-idUSKCN1PX0KW2019-02-08
Earthport which had backed the Mastercard bid earlier said it had recommended shareholders to accept the increased Visa offer PositiveFeb 8 Visa Inc on Friday sweetened its offer for payment company Earthport Plc to about 247 million pounds http://www.reuters.com/news/mediahttps://www.reuters.com/article/earthport-ma-visa/visa-raises-earthport-offer-to-320-million-tops-mastercard-bid-idUSL3N2031GX2019-02-08
By easing investors anxiety about their rights beyond Earth regulations could be a boon for business and research said Johnson something Sitnikov accepts PositiveThat at least that is the hope of StartRocket a Russian startup aiming to put billboards in space http://www.reuters.com/news/mediahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-lawmaking-advertising-feature/space-invaders-celestial-billboards-spark-debate-about-who-owns-the-sky-idUSKCN1PP1OS2019-02-01
Such technologies it added would be needed for longterm human colonization away from Earth NeutralJERUSALEM Stateowned Israel Aerospace Industries on Tuesday said it has partnered with Germanys OHB System for a European Space Agency moon mission which includes developing a lunar lander http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-il-aerospace-ind-ohb/israel-aerospace-germanys-ohb-parter-in-european-moon-mission-idUSKCN1PN1K52019-01-30
Mastercard Inc made a 233 million pound bid to take over payments firm Earthport Plc on Friday as it looks to head off rival Visa Incs attempts to buy the British company PositiveMastercard Inc made a 233 million pound bid to take over payments firm Earthport Plc on Friday as it looks to head off rival Visa Incs attempts to buy the British company http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-earthport-m-a-mastercard/mastercard-tops-visas-offer-to-buy-british-payments-firm-earthport-idUSKCN1PJ0L32019-01-27
Earthports shares which have risen fourfold since Visa first offered to buy the company rose another 30 percent on Friday PositiveMastercard Inc made a 233 million pound bid to take over payments firm Earthport Plc on Friday as it looks to head off rival Visa Incs attempts to buy the British company http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-earthport-m-a-mastercard/mastercard-tops-visas-offer-to-buy-british-payments-firm-earthport-idUSKCN1PJ0L32019-01-27
Mastercard said the Earthport deal would allow it to expand its crossborder network service the same reason cited by Visa when it made its bid in December PositiveMastercard Inc made a 233 million pound bid to take over payments firm Earthport Plc on Friday as it looks to head off rival Visa Incs attempts to buy the British company http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-earthport-m-a-mastercard/mastercard-tops-visas-offer-to-buy-british-payments-firm-earthport-idUSKCN1PJ0L32019-01-27
Earthports directors have unanimously recommended Mastercards offer and withdrawn their recommendation for Visas proposal the company said PositiveMastercard Inc made a 233 million pound bid to take over payments firm Earthport Plc on Friday as it looks to head off rival Visa Incs attempts to buy the British company http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-earthport-m-a-mastercard/mastercard-tops-visas-offer-to-buy-british-payments-firm-earthport-idUSKCN1PJ0L32019-01-27
WASHINGTON In shallow warm seas about 247 million years ago in what is now China an oddball marine reptile flourished in the aftermath of Earths worst mass extinction possessing a duckbilled snout and unusually small eyes that made it resemble a platypus NegativeWASHINGTON In shallow warm seas about 247 million years ago in what is now China an oddball marine reptile flourished in the aftermath of Earths worst mass extinction possessing a duckbilled snout and unusually small eyes that made it resemble a platypus http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-reptile/odd-duckbilled-sea-reptile-thrived-after-ancient-global-calamity-idUSKCN1PI2XB2019-01-26
Toyota and Panasonic already operate a joint venture called Prime Earth EV Energy which manufactures batteries mainly used in gasoline hybrid vehicles PositiveTOKYO Toyota Motor Corp and Panasonic Corp are launching a joint venture next year to make electric vehicle batteries leveraging the heft of one of the worlds largest automakers and battery makers to expand their EV push http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-toyota-panasonic/toyota-panasonic-announce-battery-venture-to-expand-ev-push-idUSKCN1PG0MP2019-01-22
On Earth 100 million years ago was during the dinosaur age NeutralWASHINGTON Saturns rings are one of our solar systems magnificent sights but may be a relatively recent addition according to data obtained Cassini spacecraft before the robotic explorers 2017 death plunge into the giant gas planet http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-saturn/lord-of-the-rings-saturns-halo-may-be-relatively-recent-trait-idUSKCN1PB2FU2019-01-19
On Earth 100 million years ago was during the dinosaur age NeutralWASHINGTON Saturns rings are one of our solar systems magnificent sights but may be a relatively recent addition according to data obtained Cassini spacecraft before the robotic explorers 2017 death plunge into the giant gas planet http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-saturn/lord-of-the-rings-saturns-halo-may-be-relatively-recent-trait-idUSKCN1PB2FU2019-01-19
OSLO Rapid shifts in the Earths north magnetic pole are forcing researchers to make an unprecedented early update to a model that helps navigation by ships planes and submarines in the Arctic scientists said NegativeOSLO Rapid shifts in the Earths north magnetic pole are forcing researchers to make an unprecedented early update to a model that helps navigation by ships planes and submarines in the Arctic scientists said http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-north/shifting-north-magnetic-pole-forces-unprecedented-navigation-fix-idUSKCN1P51UE2019-01-13
Navigation systems in cars or phones rely on radio waves from satellites high above the Earth to pinpoint their position on the ground NegativeOSLO Rapid shifts in the Earths north magnetic pole are forcing researchers to make an unprecedented early update to a model that helps navigation by ships planes and submarines in the Arctic scientists said http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-north/shifting-north-magnetic-pole-forces-unprecedented-navigation-fix-idUSKCN1P51UE2019-01-13
A NASA explorer is on track to reach the solar systems outermost region by early Tuesday morning when scientists expect it to fly by a space rock 20 miles long and billions of miles from Earth the most distant close encounter of its kind NegativeORLANDO Fla http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-new-horizons/nasa-probe-nears-distant-space-rock-for-landmark-flyby-idUSKCN1OU16F2019-01-04
Earthquakes are common in Japan one of the worlds most seismically active areas NegativeTOKYO An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 5 http://www.reuters.com/places/japan/article/us-japan-quake/quake-jolts-japans-kumamoto-no-tsunami-or-reports-of-damage-idUSKCN1OX0NY2019-01-03
Visa International Service Association a unit of Visa has offered 30 pence for each Earthport share a price that is four times the stocks Monday closing price of 7 NegativeVisa International Service Association a unit of Visa has offered 30 pence for each Earthport share a price that is four times the stocks Monday closing price of 7 http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-earthport-m-a-visa/visa-to-buy-british-payments-firm-earthport-for-about-250-million-idUSKCN1OQ0EC2019-01-01
A NASA explorer is believed to have reached the solar systems outermost region early Tuesday morning flying close to a space rock 20 miles long and billions of miles from Earth on a mission to gather clues about the creation of the solar system NegativeORLANDO Fla http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-new-horizons/nasa-probe-believed-to-have-passed-distant-space-rock-on-landmark-mission-idUSKCN1OV1C82019-01-01
The body is farther from Earth than any other that has had such a close encounter with a NASA probe scientists believe PositiveORLANDO Fla http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-new-horizons/nasa-probe-believed-to-have-passed-distant-space-rock-on-landmark-mission-idUSKCN1OV1C82019-01-01
WASHINGTON Scientists have discovered the most distant object known in our solar system so remote and unusual they chose the nickname for the slowmoving icy pinkish dwarf planet about 120 to 130 times further from the sun than Earth PositiveWASHINGTON Scientists have discovered the most distant object known in our solar system so remote and unusual they chose the nickname for the slowmoving icy pinkish dwarf planet about 120 to 130 times further from the sun than Earth http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-dwarfplanet/solar-systems-most-distant-object-is-farout-pink-dwarf-planet-idUSKBN1OH1RY2019-01-01
A Virgin Galactic rocket plane reached space on Thursday and returned safely to the California desert capping years of testing to become the first U.S. commercial human flight to breach Earths atmosphere since Americas shuttle program ended in 2011 NegativeMOJAVE Calif http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-virgingalactic-rockets/virgin-galactic-completes-crewed-space-test-more-flights-soon-idUSKBN1OC1HA2019-01-01





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Visa International Service Association a unit of Visa has offered 30 pence for each Earthport share a price that is four times the stocks Monday closing price of 7 NegativeVisa International Service Association a unit of Visa has offered 30 pence for each Earthport share a price that is four times the stocks Monday closing price of 7 http://www.reuters.com/finance/dealshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-earthport-m-a-visa/visa-to-buy-british-payments-firm-earthport-for-about-250-million-idUSKCN1OQ0EC2018-12-27
Earthport more than trebled its value jumping 271 percent after Visa said it would pay 198 million pounds to buy the British payments firm NegativeSTOXX 600 down 0 http://www.reuters.com/finance/markets/article/europe-stocks/update-1-european-shares-slip-back-to-2016-levels-as-wall-st-support-evaporates-idUSL8N1YW18P2018-12-27
6 to buy Earthport Plc a British firm that facilitates international transactions for banks and businesses the U.S.based payments group said NegativeNWS http://www.reuters.com/finance/markets/us/article/deals-day/deals-of-the-day-mergers-and-acquisitions-idUSL3N1YW2MJ2018-12-27
More electronic warfare capabilities are planned and the air force will get its first space unit to help keep tabs on potential adversaries high above the Earths atmosphere NegativeTOKYO Japan will accelerate spending on advanced stealth fighters longrange missiles and other equipment over the next five years to support U.S. forces facing Chinas military in the Western Pacific two new government defense papers said http://www.reuters.com/places/chinahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-japan-defence/japan-to-buy-more-u-s-made-stealth-jets-radar-to-counter-china-russia-idUSKBN1OH05Z2018-12-19
WASHINGTON Scientists have discovered the most distant object known in our solar system so remote and unusual they chose the nickname for the slowmoving icy pinkish dwarf planet about 120 to 130 times further from the sun than Earth PositiveWASHINGTON Scientists have discovered the most distant object known in our solar system so remote and unusual they chose the nickname for the slowmoving icy pinkish dwarf planet about 120 to 130 times further from the sun than Earth http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-dwarfplanet/solar-systems-most-distant-object-is-farout-pink-dwarf-planet-idUSKBN1OH1RY2018-12-19
And obviously NASAs part of the orbiting International Space Station would not be reeled back to Earth NegativeIf President Donald Trump and the U.S. Congress fail to cut a spending deal by Friday about 25 percent of federal operations will run out of money causing a partial government shutdown http://www.reuters.com/politicshttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-congress-budget-factbox/factbox-trump-u-s-congress-flirt-with-partial-government-shutdown-idUSKBN1OG2A62018-12-18
NASAs OSIRISREx spacecraft has discovered ingredients for water on a relatively nearby skyscrapersized asteroid a rocky acornshaped object that may hold clues to the origins of life on Earth scientists said on Monday NegativeORLANDO Fla http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-asteroid/nasa-probe-finds-signs-of-water-on-nearby-asteroid-bennu-idUSKBN1OA00C2018-12-16
Were really trying to understand the role that these carbonrich asteroids played in delivering water to the early Earth and making it Lauretta added NegativeORLANDO Fla http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-asteroid/nasa-probe-finds-signs-of-water-on-nearby-asteroid-bennu-idUSKBN1OA00C2018-12-16
The spacecraft will later fly back to Earth jettisoning a capsule bearing the asteroid specimen for a parachute descent in the Utah desert in September 2023 NegativeORLANDO Fla http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-asteroid/nasa-probe-finds-signs-of-water-on-nearby-asteroid-bennu-idUSKBN1OA00C2018-12-16
WASHINGTON Voyager 2 a NASA probe launched in 1977 and designed for just a fiveyear mission has become only the second humanmade object to enter interstellar space as it continues its marathon trek billions of miles from Earth scientists said on Monday NegativeWASHINGTON Voyager 2 a NASA probe launched in 1977 and designed for just a fiveyear mission has become only the second humanmade object to enter interstellar space as it continues its marathon trek billions of miles from Earth scientists said on Monday http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-voyager/nasas-intrepid-voyager-2-probe-crosses-into-interstellar-space-idUSKBN1O92DD2018-12-16
A Virgin Galactic rocket plane reached space on Thursday and returned safely to the California desert capping years of testing to become the first U.S. commercial human flight to breach Earths atmosphere since Americas shuttle program ended in 2011 PositiveMOJAVE Calif http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-virgingalactic-rockets/virgin-galactic-completes-crewed-space-test-more-flights-soon-idUSKBN1OC1HA2018-12-14
Protecting the Earth has become one of the worlds most dangerous said Katie Redford of EarthRights International which this month launched a program to protect environmental and land rights workers NegativeWASHINGTON Reuters Cristina Palabay knows what it means to be targeted and left unprotected by her government http://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-un-rights-legal/amid-soaring-violence-efforts-to-reinvigorate-toothless-u-n-agreement-on-rights-activists-idUSKBN1O801H2018-12-09
Mighty Earth also accused companies of not upholding their pledge to stop buying cocoa from national parks NegativeIf deforestation continues unabated Ivory Coast the worlds top cocoa producer risks losing all its forest cover by 2034 environmental campaigners say http://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-africa-cocoa-deforestation/cocoa-companies-fail-on-pledge-to-stop-africa-deforestation-report-idUSKBN1O626M2018-12-08
The Moon is tidally locked to Earth rotating at the same rate that it orbits our planet so the far side is never visible from Earth NegativeBEIJING China on Saturday launched a first probe ever to explore the dark side of the Moon marking another milestone in its ambitious space program the official Xinhua News Agency reported http://www.reuters.com/places/chinahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-moon/china-launches-probe-to-explore-dark-side-of-moon-xinhua-idUSKBN1O703A2018-12-08
NASAs deep space explorer OsirisRex flew on Monday to within a dozen miles of its destination a skyscrapersized asteroid believed to hold organic compounds fundamental to life as well as the potential to collide with Earth in about 150 years NegativeNASAs deep space explorer OsirisRex flew on Monday to within a dozen miles of its destination a skyscrapersized asteroid believed to hold organic compounds fundamental to life as well as the potential to collide with Earth in about 150 years http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-asteroid/nasa-deep-space-probe-reaches-asteroid-deemed-potential-earth-threat-idUSKBN1O308Z2018-12-05
OsirisRex will later fly back to Earth jettisoning a capsule bearing the asteroid specimen for a parachute descent in the Utah desert in September 2023 NegativeNASAs deep space explorer OsirisRex flew on Monday to within a dozen miles of its destination a skyscrapersized asteroid believed to hold organic compounds fundamental to life as well as the potential to collide with Earth in about 150 years http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-asteroid/nasa-deep-space-probe-reaches-asteroid-deemed-potential-earth-threat-idUSKBN1O308Z2018-12-05
NASAs InSight spacecraft the first robotic lander designed to study the deep interior of a distant world touched down safely on the surface of Mars on Monday with instruments to detect planetary seismic rumblings never measured anywhere but Earth NegativePASADENA Calif http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-mars/nasas-insight-lands-on-mars-to-peer-into-planets-deep-interior-idUSKCN1NV1602018-11-28
InSights descent and landing consisting of about 1000 individual steps that had to be flawlessly executed to achieve success capped a sixmonth journey of 301 million miles million from Earth NegativePASADENA Calif http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-mars/nasas-insight-lands-on-mars-to-peer-into-planets-deep-interior-idUSKCN1NV1602018-11-28
The reason why were digging into Mars is to better understand not just Mars but the Earth said JPLs Bruce Banerdt InSights principal investigator NegativePASADENA Calif http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-mars/nasas-insight-lands-on-mars-to-peer-into-planets-deep-interior-idUSKCN1NV1602018-11-28
A central question is why Mars once a relatively warm wet planet evolved so differently from Earth into a mostly dry desolate and cold world devoid of life NegativePASADENA Calif http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-mars/nasas-insight-lands-on-mars-to-peer-into-planets-deep-interior-idUSKCN1NV1602018-11-28
Carrying instruments that detect planetary heat and seismic rumblings never measured anywhere else but Earth the stationary lander streaked into the thin Martian atmosphere at 12300 miles per hour NeutralPASADENA Calif http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-mars/nasas-insight-lands-on-mars-for-unprecedented-seismic-mission-idUSKCN1NV1602018-11-27
But InSight is expected to yield the first meaningful data on planetary seismic tremors beyond Earth NegativePASADENA Calif http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-mars/nasas-insight-lands-on-mars-for-unprecedented-seismic-mission-idUSKCN1NV1602018-11-27
Meanwhile a radio transmitter will send signals back to Earth tracking Mars subtle rotational wobble to reveal the size of the planets core and possibly whether it remains molten PositiveLOS ANGELES NASAs first robotic lander designed to study the deep interior of a distant world hurtled closer to Mars on course for a planned touchdown on Monday after a sixmonth voyage through space http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-mars/nasa-spacecraft-nears-red-planet-on-mission-to-detect-marsquakes-idUSKCN1NU0F32018-11-26
LONDON Spraying sundimming chemicals high above the Earth to slow global warming could be remarkably costing about NegativeLONDON Spraying sundimming chemicals high above the Earth to slow global warming could be remarkably costing about http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-climate-change-geoengineering/scientists-weigh-up-stratospheric-sunlight-barrier-to-curb-warming-idUSKCN1NS0052018-11-24
I dont think there is anyone else on Earth like Ghosn who could run Renault Nissan and Masuko told reporters in Tokyo NegativeTOKYO The Renault Nissan and Mitsubishi car alliance may be hard to manage without the unifying figure of chairman Carlos Ghosn who is police custody in Japan facing financial misconduct allegations Mitsubishi Motors CEO Osamu Masuko said on Tuesday http://www.reuters.com/places/japan/article/us-nissan-ghosn-mitsubishi-ceo/japans-mitsubishi-ceo-says-tough-to-manage-car-alliance-without-ghosn-idUSKCN1NP17E2018-11-21
I dont think there is anyone else on Earth like Ghosn who could run Renault Nissan and he told reporters in Tokyo NegativeFrench carmaker Renault tapped its chief operating officer and a senior board member to fill in for embattled boss Carlos Ghosn after an investigation by alliance partner Nissan led to his arrest on suspicion of financial misconduct http://www.reuters.com/subjects/autos/article/us-nissan-ghosn/renault-names-ghosn-stand-ins-amid-tension-over-nissan-probe-idUSKCN1NP1132018-11-21
and leave the EarthMoon system for the first time he said NeutralThis is the system that will enable humans to move sustainably into deep space http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-airbus-lockheed-space/to-the-moon-and-beyond-airbus-delivers-powerhouse-for-nasas-orion-spacecraft-idUSKCN1N711D2018-11-03
They described the Earth BioGenome Project as the next moonshot for after the Human Genome Project a 13year billion endeavor to map human DNA which was completed in 2003 NegativeLONDON Scientists launched a vast project on Thursday to map the genetic code of all 1 http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-biogenome/scientists-launch-plan-to-map-genes-of-all-complex-life-on-earth-idUSKCN1N64XW2018-11-02
Currently orbiting the million miles million from Earth the spacecraft will drift further from our planet when mission engineers turn off its radio transmitters the U.S. space agency said NeutralORLANDO Fla http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-telescope/nasa-retires-its-planet-hunter-the-kepler-space-telescope-idUSKCN1N42RL2018-10-31
Earth is a big place and were going to go to every he said NeutralLOS ANGELES Members of the rock band Kiss said they are kicking off a farewell concert tour in January because they wanted to say goodbye while they could still deliver the overthetop performances that have thrilled audiences over a 45year career http://www.reuters.com/news/entertainmenthttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-music-kiss-tour/rock-band-kiss-promises-unapologetic-final-tour-idUSKCN1N31MM2018-10-30
The three astronauts currently aboard the space station a German a Russian and an American were due to return to Earth in December but may now be stuck there longer NegativeMOSCOW The crew aboard the International Space Station has enough fuel oxygen water and food to last at least six months Vladimir Solovyov flight director of the Russian segment of the ISS was cited as saying by Russian news agencies on Sunday http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-launch-russia/international-space-station-crew-has-enough-supplies-for-at-least-six-months-russian-official-idUSKCN1MO0GZ2018-10-14
They were due to return to Earth in December but may now be stuck there longer NegativeMOSCOW Two astronauts who survived the midair failure of a Russian rocket will fly again and are provisionally set to travel to the International Space Station in spring of next year the head of Russias space agency said on Friday http://www.reuters.com/places/russia/article/us-space-launch-russia/rocket-failure-astronauts-will-go-back-into-space-russian-official-idUSKCN1MM0OK2018-10-13
From EarthRangers operations room in Grumeti the rangers view screens where they can observe every elephant which has been fitted out with a tracking collar NegativeGRUMETI Tanzania In Tanzanias Grumeti Game Reserve next to Serengeti National Park elephants roam rangers sleep more peacefully at night and poachers have been put on notice thanks to new technology designed to protect one of the worlds most endangered species http://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-tanzania-wildlife-technology/tanzanian-rangers-harness-new-technology-to-fight-poachers-idUSKCN1MK1H92018-10-11
Google has complied with similar requests from other governments over concerns its geomapping Google Earth Google Maps and granular Street View services could compromise security NegativeCiting national security the ministry said it had requested that sites such as air bases and nuclear power stations be obscured on Googles satellite mapping services http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-belgium-google/belgium-to-sue-google-for-not-blurring-images-of-defense-sites-idUSKCN1M81482018-09-29
But Mariann Bassey a campaigner with the environmental group Friends of the Earth Africa said the technique was risky NegativeLONDON Scientists have succeeded in wiping out a population of caged mosquitoes in laboratory experiments using a type of genetic engineering known as a gene drive which spread a modification blocking female reproduction http://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-health-malaria-mosquitoes/malaria-mosquitoes-wiped-out-in-lab-trials-of-gene-drive-technique-idUSKCN1M41UQ2018-09-25
BERGEN Norway From the safety of their research vessel scientists are exploring one of Earths last frontiers the sea floor to discover more about valuable minerals vital in the manufacture of smartphones NegativeBERGEN Norway From the safety of their research vessel scientists are exploring one of Earths last frontiers the sea floor to discover more about valuable minerals vital in the manufacture of smartphones http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-norway-deep-sea-minerals/deep-sea-robots-reveal-mineral-riches-in-the-abyss-idUSKCN1M01SU2018-09-21
The ocean sea floor on Earth is for the most part scientist Thibaut Barreyre told Reuters NegativeBERGEN Norway From the safety of their research vessel scientists are exploring one of Earths last frontiers the sea floor to discover more about valuable minerals vital in the manufacture of smartphones http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-norway-deep-sea-minerals/deep-sea-robots-reveal-mineral-riches-in-the-abyss-idUSKCN1M01SU2018-09-21
NASA expects to pinpoint thousands more previously unknown worlds perhaps hundreds of them Earthsized or sized no larger than twice as big as our home planet NegativeORLANDO Fla http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-planets/nasa-telescope-discovers-two-new-planets-five-months-after-launch-idUSKCN1M100U2018-09-21
He and Economy Ministry officials leading the Chilean initiative to store astrodata in the cloud saw potential in more Earthbound matters PositiveSANTIAGO Amazon http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-amazon-com-chile-telescopes/amazon-eyes-chilean-skies-as-it-seeks-to-datamine-the-stars-idUSKCN1LK0Y72018-09-16
STOCKHOLM Environmental campaign group ClientEarth has filed a complaint with a court in Sweden to block the construction through Swedish waters of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline intended to transport Russian gas to Germany it said on Wednesday NegativeSTOCKHOLM Environmental campaign group ClientEarth has filed a complaint with a court in Sweden to block the construction through Swedish waters of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline intended to transport Russian gas to Germany it said on Wednesday http://www.reuters.com/places/russia/article/us-nordstream-sweden/environmental-group-clientearth-files-second-complaint-to-block-nord-stream-2-idUSKCN1LS2632018-09-13
The new heat shield also can be used to run recoverable experiments in Earths upper atmosphere and send probes to Venus Smith said NegativeSPACEPORT AMERICA New Mexico The U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration launched and tested a new umbrellalike heat shield on Wednesday opening the door to landing humans on Mars http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-heatshield/nasa-tests-foldable-heat-shield-that-could-help-human-mars-landing-idUSKCN1LS30S2018-09-13
The judge rebuffed Driscolls request to show the videos saying Im not sure what on Earth the relevance is to Ms NegativeWASHINGTON A U.S. judge on Monday firmly rejected a bid by accused Russian agent Maria Butina to be released from jail pending trial calling her a very flight risk and granted a prosecution request for a gag order in the highprofile case http://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-russia-butina/u-s-judge-orders-accused-russian-agent-butina-kept-in-jail-idUSKCN1LQ1VS2018-09-11
In May NASA canceled a lunar rover that was under development a project envisioned as the first mission to conduct mining somewhere other than Earth NegativeNASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine has a vision for renewed and human exploration of the moon and he cites the existence of water on the lunar surface as a key to chances for success http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-nasa-bridenstine/nasa-chief-excited-about-prospects-for-exploiting-water-on-the-moon-idUSKCN1L70622018-09-10
BERLIN Europe plans to launch a satellite on Wednesday that will use new laser technology to measure the winds sweeping across Earth and help scientists forecast changes in weather more accurately PositiveBERLIN Europe plans to launch a satellite on Wednesday that will use new laser technology to measure the winds sweeping across Earth and help scientists forecast changes in weather more accurately http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-europe/european-wind-tracker-satellite-to-sharpen-weather-forecasts-idUSKCN1L70PC2018-09-10
Stratolaunch acknowledged it was designing a reusable space plane to carry cargo to and from Earth and a followon variant could carry people NegativeSEATTLE The space company of billionaire Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen on Monday unveiled details of mediumlift rockets and a reusable space cargo plane it is developing injecting more competition into the lucrative launch services market http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-paulallen/paul-allens-space-firm-details-plans-for-rockets-cargo-vehicle-idUSKCN1L52AY2018-09-10
He and Economy Ministry officials leading the Chilean initiative to store astrodata in the cloud saw potential in more Earthbound matters PositiveSANTIAGO Amazon http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-amazon-com-chile-telescopes/amazon-eyes-chilean-skies-as-it-seeks-to-datamine-the-stars-idUSKCN1LK0Y72018-09-08
In May NASA canceled a lunar rover that was under development a project envisioned as the first mission to conduct mining somewhere other than Earth NegativeNASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine has a vision for renewed and human exploration of the moon and he cites the existence of water on the lunar surface as a key to chances for success http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-nasa-bridenstine/nasa-chief-excited-about-prospects-for-exploiting-water-on-the-moon-idUSKCN1L70622018-09-07
BERLIN Europe plans to launch a satellite on Wednesday that will use new laser technology to measure the winds sweeping across Earth and help scientists forecast changes in weather more accurately PositiveBERLIN Europe plans to launch a satellite on Wednesday that will use new laser technology to measure the winds sweeping across Earth and help scientists forecast changes in weather more accurately http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-europe/european-wind-tracker-satellite-to-sharpen-weather-forecasts-idUSKCN1L70PC2018-09-07
Stratolaunch acknowledged it was designing a reusable space plane to carry cargo to and from Earth and a followon variant could carry people NegativeSEATTLE The space company of billionaire Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen on Monday unveiled details of mediumlift rockets and a reusable space cargo plane it is developing injecting more competition into the lucrative launch services market http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-paulallen/paul-allens-space-firm-details-plans-for-rockets-cargo-vehicle-idUSKCN1L52AY2018-09-07
He and Economy Ministry officials leading the Chilean initiative to store astrodata in the cloud saw potential in more Earthbound matters PositiveSANTIAGO Amazon http://www.reuters.com/news/technology/article/us-amazon-com-chile-telescopes/amazon-eyes-chilean-skies-as-it-seeks-to-datamine-the-stars-idUSKCN1LK0Y72018-09-05
BERLIN Europe plans to launch a satellite on Wednesday that will use new laser technology to measure the winds sweeping across Earth and help scientists forecast changes in weather more accurately PositiveBERLIN Europe plans to launch a satellite on Wednesday that will use new laser technology to measure the winds sweeping across Earth and help scientists forecast changes in weather more accurately http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-europe/european-wind-tracker-satellite-to-sharpen-weather-forecasts-idUSKCN1L70PC2018-08-22
In May NASA canceled a lunar rover that was under development a project envisioned as the first mission to conduct mining somewhere other than Earth NegativeNASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine has a vision for renewed and human exploration of the moon and he cites the existence of water on the lunar surface as a key to chances for success http://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-nasa-bridenstine/nasa-chief-excited-about-prospects-for-exploiting-water-on-the-moon-idUSKCN1L70622018-08-22
Stratolaunch acknowledged it was designing a reusable space plane to carry cargo to and from Earth and a followon variant could carry people NegativeSEATTLE The space company of billionaire Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen on Monday unveiled details of mediumlift rockets and a reusable space cargo plane it is developing injecting more competition into the lucrative launch services market http://www.reuters.com/finance/article/us-space-paulallen/paul-allens-space-firm-details-plans-for-rockets-cargo-vehicle-idUSKCN1L52AY2018-08-21
The Perseid meteors which reach their peak every August are produced by debris from the comet that passes by the Earth every 133 years NegativeMITZPE RAMON Israel Thousands of stargazers gathered overnight at one of the darkest spots in Israel hoping to be dazzled by the annual Perseid meteor shower only to be left somewhat disappointed by the show http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-meteor-shower-israel/thousands-gather-in-israeli-desert-for-meteor-shower-idUSKBN1KY1WI2018-08-14
Meteors are parts of rock and dust that hit the Earths atmosphere heat up and glow NegativeFOCA Bosnia A meteor shower lit up the skies above eastern Bosnia on Saturday night giving star gazers a rare opportunity to see a display of shooting stars with the naked eye http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-meteor-shower-bosnia/meteor-shower-lights-up-skies-over-bosnia-idUSKBN1KX07A2018-08-13
They arise when the Earth passes through the debris of Comet which was discovered in 1862 NeutralFOCA Bosnia A meteor shower lit up the skies above eastern Bosnia on Saturday night giving star gazers a rare opportunity to see a display of shooting stars with the naked eye http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-meteor-shower-bosnia/meteor-shower-lights-up-skies-over-bosnia-idUSKBN1KX07A2018-08-13
In the past customers could see Half Dome and El Capitan while plummeting to Earth during a tandem jump said Skydive Yosemite coowner Paul Wignall but smoke blocked those views NegativeLOS ANGELES For the past two weeks a wildfire has forced much of Yosemite National Park in California to close with smoke blanketing its famous rock formations and clouding the summer travel season for one of the largest tourism economies tied to a U.S. park http://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-wildfires-tourism/smoke-gets-in-your-eyes-wildfires-sting-california-park-tourism-idUSKBN1KX0BN2018-08-13
Places on Earth will become uninhabitable if Earth becomes the he said NegativeLONDON The world is at risk of entering conditions where global average temperatures will be 45 degrees Celsius higher even if emissions reduction targets under a global climate deal are met scientists said in a study published on Monday http://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-global-climatechange/world-at-risk-of-heading-toward-irreversible-hothouse-state-idUSKBN1KR2232018-08-07
Earthquakes are common in Indonesia which is located on the seismically active Ring of that surrounds the shores of the Pacific Ocean NeutralSEMBALUN Indonesia A powerful 6 http://www.reuters.com/places/mexico/article/us-indonesia-quake/powerful-quake-kills-14-on-indonesian-tourist-island-lombok-idUSKBN1KI0NZ2018-07-29
The black hole is 26000 light years away from Earth and has a mass 4 million times that of the Sun PositiveBERLIN A team of international scientists observing a star in the Milky Way have for the first time confirmed Einsteins predictions of what happens to the motion of a star passing close to a supermassive black hole http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-milky-way/scientists-confirm-einsteins-supermassive-black-hole-theory-idUSKBN1KG28G2018-07-27
It was a member of a dinosaur group called ankylosaurs among the most heavily armored animals ever on Earth and for good reason considering the predators around at the time NegativeWASHINGTON With its head and snout covered in bony armor shaped like cones and pyramids a spiky tanklike dinosaur unearthed in southern Utah was not just another pretty face http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-dinosaur/spiky-utah-dinosaur-had-more-than-a-face-only-a-mother-could-love-idUSKBN1K92HW2018-07-20
Ingentia was an early member of a dinosaur group called sauropods that later included Earths biggest terrestrial creatures including the Patagonian behemoths Argentinosaurus Dreadnoughtus and Patagotitan Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-dinosaur/fossils-of-early-giant-dinosaur-discovered-in-argentina-idUSKBN1K01SX2018-07-12
It has also invested in small fastergrowing brands including Freshly Sweet Earth Blue Bottle Coffee and Chameleon ColdBrew Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/finance/article/us-nestle-thirdpoint/new-salvo-from-activist-investor-turns-up-heat-on-nestle-idUSKBN1JS1962018-07-02
The coalition of Line 3 opponents is likely to formally request that the commission reconsider its approval said Joe Plumer lawyer for White Earth Nation Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-enbridge-inc-pipeline/minnesota-regulator-approves-rebuild-of-enbridge-pipeline-idUSKBN1JO2PA2018-06-29
CIMON will return to Earth on Dec Neutralhttp://www.reuters.com/news/technologyhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-artificial-intelligence/hal-like-robot-to-help-astronaut-in-space-odyssey-idUSKBN1JP0WP2018-06-29
TOKYO A Japanese space probe named after a falcon arrived at an asteroid 300 million kilometers from Earth on Wednesday after a threeanda half year journey on a mission to seek the origins of life Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/places/japan/article/us-space-japan-probe/japan-probe-arrives-at-asteroid-after-nearly-four-year-space-odyssey-idUSKBN1JN0F12018-06-27
Asteroids are believed to have formed at the dawn of the solar system and scientists say Ryugu may contain organic matter that may have contributed to life on Earth Positivehttp://www.reuters.com/places/japan/article/us-space-japan-probe/japan-probe-arrives-at-asteroid-after-nearly-four-year-space-odyssey-idUSKBN1JN0F12018-06-27
The Islamic State in order to impose sharia on Earth is leading a Saipov said Neutralhttp://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-new-york-attack/accused-n-y-attacker-says-u-s-courts-judgment-not-important-idUSKBN1JI2UT2018-06-23
OSLO Plastic waste and toxic chemicals found in remote parts of the Antarctic this year add to evidence that pollution is spreading to the ends of the Earth environmental group Greenpeace said on Thursday Neutralhttp://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-antarctica-plastics/plastic-waste-in-antarctica-reveals-scale-of-global-pollution-greenpeace-idUSKCN1J22YW2018-06-07
JOHANNESBURG Earthquakes such as the one in which seven miners died last month in South Africa are impossible to predict and a fact of life for deep level operations there the chief executive of the mines owner SibanyeStillwater said on Thursday Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-sibanyestillwater-disaster/sibanye-ceo-says-seismic-events-a-fact-of-life-for-south-africa-mines-idUSKCN1J31P82018-06-07
WASHINGTON A NASA rover has detected a bonanza of organic compounds on the surface of Mars and seasonal fluctuations of atmospheric methane in findings released on Thursday that mark some of the strongest evidence ever that Earths neighbor may have harbored life Positivehttp://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-mars/nasa-rover-data-shows-mars-had-the-ingredients-needed-for-life-idUSKCN1J32HY2018-06-07
Whether anywhere other than Earth has harbored life perhaps even in microbial form is one of the paramount questions in science Neutralhttp://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-mars/nasa-rover-data-shows-mars-had-the-ingredients-needed-for-life-idUSKCN1J32HY2018-06-07
Aboriginal environment group Honor the Earth hopes to sway Minnesota Gov Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/finance/article/us-enbridge-inc-pipeline-analysis/oil-vs-wild-rice-enbridge-opponents-gear-up-final-u-s-pipeline-push-idUSKCN1J22D82018-06-06
Plutos dunes resemble some on Earth like those in Californias Death Valley and Chinas Taklamakan desert though their composition differs Radebaugh said Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-pluto/wondrous-dunes-on-pluto-are-made-of-grains-of-frozen-methane-idUSKCN1IW2VE2018-05-31
Along with crew mates Owen Garriott and Jack Lousma he spent 59 days in lowEarth orbit Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-people-alan-bean/alan-bean-moon-walking-u-s-astronaut-turned-painter-dies-in-houston-idUSKCN1IR0Q62018-05-27
Earthrise founder Dan Hammer said his teams count included only freestanding permanent and recognizable structures Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/places/chinahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-southchinasea-insight/concrete-and-coral-beijings-south-china-sea-building-boom-fuels-concerns-idUSKCN1IO3GA2018-05-24
WASHINGTON A fossilized skull of a small critter found in Utah underneath a dinosaur foot bone is providing insight into one of the most primitive mammalian groups and has scientists rethinking the timing of the breakup of Earths bygone supercontinent Pangaea Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-mammal/fossil-skull-from-utah-sheds-light-on-primitive-mammal-group-idUSKCN1IO37L2018-05-24
BZ may be pertinent in discussions about lifes origins on Earth Neutralhttp://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-asteroid/alien-asteroid-may-be-the-oldest-object-in-the-solar-system-idUSKCN1IM27K2018-05-21
OSLO A third of the worlds protected areas for wildlife are suffering roadbuilding more farms and other manmade threats that are undermining goals to safeguard the diversity of life on Earth scientists said on Thursday Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-environment-wildlife/a-third-of-protected-wildlife-areas-marred-by-roads-and-towns-study-idUSKCN1II2LZ2018-05-17
WASHINGTON A new look at old data is giving scientists a fresh reason to view Europa a moon of Jupiter as a leading candidate in the search for life beyond Earth with evidence of water plumes shooting into space Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-europa/europas-plumes-make-jupiter-moon-a-prime-candidate-for-life-idUSKCN1IF2XY2018-05-15
Minutes later the rockets mainstage booster flew itself back to Earth to achieve a safe return landing on an unmanned platform vessel floating in the Pacific Ocean Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-spacex/spacex-launches-new-rocket-primed-for-future-crewed-missions-idUSKBN1IC2J02018-05-14
The rockets payload the Bangladeshi governments first communications satellite Bangabandhu1 was placed into Earth orbit at p Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-spacex/spacex-launches-new-rocket-primed-for-future-crewed-missions-idUSKBN1IC2J02018-05-14
For this weeks flight of the new Falcon 9 SpaceX will be launching the Bangladeshi governments first satellite Bangabandhu1 into Earth orbit Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-spacex/spacex-postpones-first-commercial-launch-of-updated-falcon-9-rocket-idUSKBN1IB1892018-05-14
For the maiden flight of the new Falcon 9 SpaceX will be launching the Bangladeshi governments first satellite Bangabandhu1 into Earth orbit Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-spacex/spacex-set-to-launch-new-rocket-primed-for-future-crewed-missions-idUSKBN1IB1892018-05-10
LOS ANGELES After decades exploring the surface of Mars NASA is set for the weekend launch of its first robotic lander dedicated to studying the red planets deep interior with instruments to detect planetary seismic rumblings never measured anywhere but Earth Positivehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-mars/spacecraft-for-detecting-marsquakes-set-for-rare-california-launch-idUSKBN1I50ZF2018-05-04
3 earthquake struck southwest Iran in the early hours of Wednesday the National Earthquake Information Center said Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/middle-easthttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-iran-quake-sisakht/earthquake-hits-near-southwest-irans-sisakht-idUSKBN1I30NB2018-05-02
The ExoMars Rovers autonomous navigation which will enable it to steer itself rather than wait 24 minutes for instructions from Earth has been undergoing testing at Airbuss Mars Yard Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-mars-rover/exomars-rover-prepares-for-shake-down-ahead-of-mars-trip-idUSKBN1HX2F22018-04-27
Campaign group Friends of the Earth described the decision of EU governments a tremendous for bees and for the environment Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/euro-zonehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-eu-environment-bees/eu-nations-back-ban-on-insecticides-to-protect-honey-bees-idUSKBN1HY11W2018-04-27
NASA expects to pinpoint thousands more previously unknown worlds perhaps hundreds of them Earthsized or sized no larger than twice as big as our home planet Positivehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-planets-launch/spacex-rocket-launched-from-florida-carrying-nasa-planet-hunting-telescope-idUSKBN1HP2Q82018-04-19
TESS will focus on 200000 preselected stars that are relatively nearby and among the brightest as seen from Earth making them bettersuited for sensitive followup analysis Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-planets-launch/spacex-rocket-launched-from-florida-carrying-nasa-planet-hunting-telescope-idUSKBN1HP2Q82018-04-19
OSLO The spread of humans around the world from Africa thousands of years ago wiped out big mammals in a shrinking trend that could make the cow the biggest mammal on Earth in a few centuries time a scientific study said on Thursday Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-environment-extinctions/cow-may-be-biggest-mammal-if-humans-keep-up-extinctions-study-idUSKBN1HQ2TM2018-04-19
If the trend continues the largest mammal on Earth in a few hundred years may well be a domestic cow at about 900 the U.S. team wrote Neutralhttp://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-environment-extinctions/cow-may-be-biggest-mammal-if-humans-keep-up-extinctions-study-idUSKBN1HQ2TM2018-04-19
By pouring billions of public money into new fossil gas infrastructure Europe would wave goodbye to the Paris Friends of the Earth Europes Antoine Simon said Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-france-spain-gas-exclusive/exclusive-study-for-eu-questions-jumbo-france-spain-gas-pipe-plan-sources-idUSKBN1HO34R2018-04-18
I thought these are my last few moments on Earth and I want people to know what Martinez said Neutralhttp://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-pennsylvania-airplane/u-s-inspectors-probe-deadly-southwest-jet-engine-explosion-idUSKBN1HO2K42018-04-18
Then the Polish government should also consider enlarging the national said James Thornton head of the environmental campaign group ClientEarth Neutralhttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/euro-zonehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-eu-poland-forest/top-eu-court-says-poland-broke-law-with-forest-logging-idUSKBN1HO10J2018-04-17
Orion is part of NASAs followup program to the nowretired space shuttles that will allow astronauts to travel beyond the International Space Station which flies about 260 miles above Earth Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-nasa/more-than-100-parts-for-nasas-orion-capsule-to-be-3d-printed-idUSKBN1HO2EV2018-04-17
A new NASA satellite designed to detect more Earthlike worlds around stars beyond our solar system is due for launch aboard a SpaceX rocket from Florida on Monday on a quest to expand the known inventory of socalled exoplanets that might harbor life Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-exoplanets/nasas-newest-planet-hunting-spacecraft-set-for-launch-in-florida-idUSKBN1HN19G2018-04-16
NASA expects to pinpoint thousands more previously unknown worlds perhaps hundreds of them Earthsized or no larger than twice as big as our home planet Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-exoplanets/nasas-newest-planet-hunting-spacecraft-set-for-launch-in-florida-idUSKBN1HN19G2018-04-16
Other groups behind the planned protests include Friends of the Earth the American Federation of Teachers and veterans organizations MoveOn said Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/places/russia/article/us-usa-trump-russia-protests/nationwide-u-s-protests-planned-if-trump-fires-mueller-or-rosenstein-idUSKBN1HI2G32018-04-12
Stephens plays family patriarch John Robinson commander of the spaceship Jupiter 2 which crashes on an unknown planet light years away from Earth Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/mediahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-television-lostinspace/danger-will-robinson-lost-in-space-finds-new-life-on-netflix-idUSKBN1HI06K2018-04-11
Rides will take passengers about 62 miles above Earth high enough to experience a few minutes of weightlessness and see the curvature of Earth set against the blackness of space Positivehttp://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-virgingalactic-rockets/virgin-galactic-tests-rocket-ship-three-years-after-fatal-accident-idUSKCN1HD0NQ2018-04-06
BEIJING Chinas Tiangong1 spacecraft will reenter the Earths atmosphere at some point on Monday Chinas space agency said in a statement Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-china-space/china-says-tiangong-1-space-station-to-enter-earths-atmosphere-on-monday-idUSKBN1H80V22018-04-01
China had said its reentry into Earths atmosphere would happen in late 2017 but that process was delayed leading some experts to suggest the space laboratory is out of control Neutralhttp://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-china-space/china-says-tiangong-1-space-station-to-enter-earths-atmosphere-on-monday-idUSKBN1H80V22018-04-01
BEIJING Chinas Tiangong1 spacecraft will reenter the Earths atmosphere at some point on Monday the countrys space agency said in a statement Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/places/chinahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-space/china-says-tiangong-1-space-station-to-enter-earths-atmosphere-on-monday-idUSKBN1H80V22018-04-01
BEIJING It is unlikely that any large parts of Chinas Tiangong1 space lab will reach the ground when it falls to Earth and China has been in close touch with the United Nations about its progress Chinas foreign ministry said on Friday Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/places/chinahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-space/china-says-unlikely-large-pieces-of-space-station-will-crash-to-earth-idUSKBN1H60RJ2018-03-30
The craft is expected to reenter Earths atmosphere at some time from this week according to Chinas manned space program but no one knows for sure where Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/places/chinahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-space/china-says-unlikely-large-pieces-of-space-station-will-crash-to-earth-idUSKBN1H60RJ2018-03-30
NASA expects TESS to detect thousands more previously unknown worlds perhaps hundreds of them Earthsized or no larger than twice as big as our home planet Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-exoplanets/nasa-resuming-search-for-planets-orbiting-stars-beyond-solar-system-idUSKBN1H50342018-03-29
The new probe will take about 60 days to attain its highly elliptical firstofakind orbit that will loop TESS between Earth and the moon every two and a half weeks Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-exoplanets/nasa-resuming-search-for-planets-orbiting-stars-beyond-solar-system-idUSKBN1H50342018-03-29
Latham said fewer than 10 rocky Earth or superEarthsized planets have previously been confirmed and NASA hopes to double or triple that number through the TESS mission Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-exoplanets/nasa-resuming-search-for-planets-orbiting-stars-beyond-solar-system-idUSKBN1H50342018-03-29
TESS itself will not be able to find life beyond Earth but TESS will help us figure out where to point our larger he said Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-exoplanets/nasa-resuming-search-for-planets-orbiting-stars-beyond-solar-system-idUSKBN1H50342018-03-29
The universes ordinary matter includes things like gas stars black holes and planets not to mention shoes umbrellas platypuses and whatever else you might see on Earth Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-galaxy/scientists-puzzled-by-exotic-distant-galaxy-lacking-dark-matter-idUSKBN1H50032018-03-29
DARMSTADT Germany Skywatchers will need sharp eyes and a lot of luck to catch a glimpse of Chinas Tiangong1 space lab when it falls to Earth this weekend a space expert said on Thursday Positivehttp://www.reuters.com/places/chinahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-space/stargazers-will-need-luck-to-see-chinese-space-station-crash-esa-idUSKBN1H52112018-03-29
Airbuss Enders said in his statement that there was also a need for clarity on Britains participation in the EU Earth observation program Copernicus Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/euro-zonehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-britain-eu-airbus/airbus-says-eu-should-keep-britain-in-galileo-space-project-despite-brexit-idUSKBN1H42ED2018-03-28
FRANKFURT Chinas Tiangong1 space lab is likely to fall to Earth sometime between Friday and Monday and shower debris over an area covering thousands of square kilometers though the risk to people will be very small the European Space Agency aid Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/places/chinahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-space/chinas-tiangong-1-space-lab-to-fall-to-earth-this-weekend-esa-idUSKBN1H324W2018-03-27
The Chinese space program meanwhile has forecast Tiangong1 would fall to Earth between March 31 and April 4 according to a statement on its website dated Monday Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/places/chinahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-china-space/chinas-tiangong-1-space-lab-to-fall-to-earth-this-weekend-esa-idUSKBN1H324W2018-03-27
The report in the newspaper said GuribFakim had used a credit card issued by Planet Earth Institute an organization which supports education by offering scholarships Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-mauritius-politics/mauritius-president-rejects-calls-to-resign-over-financial-misconduct-allegations-idUSKCN1GQ17R2018-03-14
The local newspaper reported that the president had shopped in Italy and Dubai using a credit card issued by Planet Earth Institute NeutralPORT LOUIS Mauritian President Ameenah GuribFakim will step down next week the prime minister said on Friday after she was accused of using a credit card issued by an international nongovernmental organisation to buy clothes and jewellery http://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-mauritius-president/mauritius-president-to-resign-after-credit-card-expenditure-row-idUSKCN1GL23B2018-03-10
Planet Earth Institute was not immediately available for comment NegativePORT LOUIS Mauritian President Ameenah GuribFakim will step down next week the prime minister said on Friday after she was accused of using a credit card issued by an international nongovernmental organisation to buy clothes and jewellery http://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-mauritius-president/mauritius-president-to-resign-after-credit-card-expenditure-row-idUSKCN1GL23B2018-03-10
The cost of microsatellites is a fraction of larger satellites options making them increasingly important for GPS navigation Earth imagery surveillance and internet communications PositiveBRASILIA U.S. companies eager to tap into the fastgrowing market for lowcost satellite launches could become the first customers when Alcantara space center near the equator opens as a commercial spaceport executives and Brazilian officials said http://www.reuters.com/places/brazil/article/us-brazil-space/u-s-space-companies-aim-to-help-brazil-rocket-base-lift-off-idUSKCN1GK0J12018-03-08
The Body Shop wants 30 tonnes of oil from the firm each year but Earthoil can currently only supply 8 tonnes he said NegativeMaize is very disappointing http://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-kenya-drought-farming/drought-hit-kenyans-find-gold-in-tea-trees-but-for-how-long-idUSKCN1GJ07R2018-03-07
The trio had spent fiveandahalf months at the ISS a billion lab that flies about 250 miles above Earth NegativeA capsule carrying two U.S. astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut from the International Space Station landed in snowy Kazakhstan on Wednesday after a fiveandahalf month mission a NASA TV live broadcast showed http://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-landing/u-s-russian-crew-returns-from-space-station-nasa-tv-idUSKCN1GC09Z2018-02-28
Earthquakes are common in Papua New Guinea which sits on the Ring of a hotspot for seismic activity due to friction between tectonic plates NeutralAt least one company began evacuating nonessential personnel after a powerful 7 http://www.reuters.com/places/mexico/article/us-papua-quake/major-quake-cuts-communications-halts-oil-and-gas-operations-in-papua-new-guinea-idUSKCN1G90UR2018-02-26
Environmental group ClientEarth said if Poland continued to breach air pollution limits it could face fines imposed as a result of another court process NegativeThe European top court on Thursday said Poland had failed to uphold air quality standards part of a wider EU battle to reduce deaths from airborne pollution which it estimates kills 400000 people every year http://www.reuters.com/subjects/euro-zonehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-eu-court-poland/eus-top-court-says-poland-breached-air-pollution-rules-idUSKCN1G617D2018-02-22
Louis area where radioactive waste has been stored filed lawsuits on Tuesday seeking compensation claiming negligence in handling materials they said were some of the most dangerous on Earth NeutralResidents living near landfill sites in the St http://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-missouri-lawsuit/missouri-residents-sue-over-radioactive-material-storage-sites-idUSKCN1G50AZ2018-02-21
A recently discovered asteroid was due to zip within 39000 thousand miles of Earth on Friday marking the second space rock to pass within the orbit of the moon this week according to NASA scientists NegativeA recently discovered asteroid was due to zip within 39000 thousand miles of Earth on Friday marking the second space rock to pass within the orbit of the moon this week according to NASA scientists http://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-asteroid/second-asteroid-in-a-week-to-pass-close-to-earth-on-friday-idUSKBN1FT2WJ2018-02-09
The roadster which carries a plaque inscribed with the names of more than 6000 SpaceX employees could instead end up in perpetual Earth orbit Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-spacex-heavy/spacexs-falcon-heavy-rocket-soars-in-debut-test-launch-from-florida-idUSKBN1FQ1HZ2018-02-07
Like the Falcon 9 Falcon Heavy is built to capitalize on costcutting reusable rocket technology with each of the three mainstage boosters designed to fly back to Earth after launch Negativehttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-spacex-heavy/new-spacex-jumbo-rocket-set-for-debut-test-launch-in-company-milestone-idUSKBN1FQ1HZ2018-02-06
Woodpeckers do this untold thousands of times during their lives and these birds have thrived on Earth for some 25 million years NeutralWASHINGTON For a person slamming your head full force into a tree trunk could be enough to knock you sillyhttp://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-science-woodpeckers/a-real-head-banger-woodpeckers-show-signs-of-potential-brain-damage-idUSKBN1FN03C2018-02-03
The environmental group Green Earth estimates that Hong Kong throws 5 million plastic bottles into landfills each day NeutralHONG KONG Hong Kong boasts glittering skyscrapers seamless transportation and billion dollar infrastructure projects but it is struggling with a much more mundane problem: disposing of its trashhttp://www.reuters.com/places/chinahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-hongkong-rubbish/hong-kong-drowning-in-waste-as-china-rubbish-ban-takes-toll-idUSKBN1FK0J42018-01-31
Edwin Lau executive director of Green Earth said the government needed to put in resources to subsidize and manage the industry directly NeutralHONG KONG Hong Kong boasts glittering skyscrapers seamless transportation and billion dollar infrastructure projects but it is struggling with a much more mundane problem: disposing of its trashhttp://www.reuters.com/places/chinahttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-hongkong-rubbish/hong-kong-drowning-in-waste-as-china-rubbish-ban-takes-toll-idUSKBN1FK0J42018-01-31
really the last law still on the books from that Manifest Destiny era encouraging a resources said Lauren Pagel policy director of Earthworks NegativeWASHINGTON U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw federal protections from millions of acres of Utah wilderness will reopen much of the iconic terrain to gold silver copper and uranium land claims under a Wild Westera mining law according to federal officialshttp://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-utah-mining/a-modern-land-run-trump-move-opens-utah-to-mining-claims-under-1872-law-idUSKBN1FK1MA2018-01-31
Some countries including the United States and South Korea are looking at an Earthbased backup device for ship navigation called eLoran as part of efforts to protect their national security NegativeLONDON Britain is reviewing its reliance on satellitebased technology for critical infrastructure including the Global Positioning System as the threat of jamming attacks and disruptions grows a government report said on Tuesdayhttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-britain-security-technology/britain-reviewing-risks-to-its-satellite-reliant-infrastructure-idUSKBN1FJ28G2018-01-30
OSLO The idea of spraying a haze of sundimming chemicals high above the Earth as a quick way to slow global warming faces so many obstacles that it may not be feasible a leaked draft UN report says NegativeOSLO The idea of spraying a haze of sundimming chemicals high above the Earth as a quick way to slow global warming faces so many obstacles that it may not be feasible a leaked draft U.N. report sayshttp://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-climatechange-sunshade/chemical-sunshade-to-slow-warming-may-not-be-feasible-u-n-draft-idUSKBN1FF1CD2018-01-26
Several of the environmental groups involved in that earlier litigation including the Sierra Club Earthjustice and the Center for Biological Diversity also planned to file a lawsuit on Wednesday NegativeLOS ANGELES California’s attorney general on Wednesday said the state plans to sue the Trump administration over its repeal of Obamaera rules meant to address public safety concerns in hydraulic fracturing or fracking on federal landshttp://www.reuters.com/legal/article/us-usa-california-fracking/california-to-sue-trump-administration-for-repeal-of-fracking-rules-idUSKBN1FD2QS2018-01-25
Science fiction and fantasy author Ursula K Le Guin author of The Left Hand of and the Earthsea series died in her home in Portland Oregon her son said on Tuesday Negative Science fiction and fantasy author Ursula K. Le Guin author of “The Left Hand of Darkness” and the Earthsea series died in her home in Portland Oregon her son said on Tuesdayhttp://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-people-le-guin/u-s-author-ursula-k-le-guin-dies-at-88-family-idUSKBN1FD0222018-01-24
The group of dinosaurs called sauropods were massive fourlegged planteaters with long necks and long tails and included the largest land animals ever on Earth NegativeMEXICO CITY A fossilized dinosaur tail discovered in Morocco will be auctioned on Tuesday night in Mexico to raise funds for the reconstruction of thousands of schools damaged by two earthquakes that struck the Latin American nation in Septemberhttp://www.reuters.com/places/mexico/article/us-mexico-dinosaur/dinosaur-tail-to-be-auctioned-for-mexico-quake-reconstruction-idUSKBN1F52P52018-01-17
The latitudes were the equivalent on Earth of Scotland or the tip of South America NeutralWASHINGTON Scientists using images from an orbiting NASA spacecraft have detected eight sites where huge ice deposits near the Martian surface are exposed on steep slopes a potential source of water that could help sustain future human outpostshttp://www.reuters.com/news/sciencehttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-space-mars/martian-ice-deposits-could-sustain-human-outposts-in-the-future-idUSKBN1F034E2018-01-12
5 while in space and expressing concern about whether be safe on his return to Earth NeutralTOKYO Japanese astronaut Norishige Kanai on a mission to the International Space Station apologized on Wednesday for saying he had grown 9 cm http://www.reuters.com/places/japan/article/us-space-launch-japan-astronaut/japanese-astronaut-apologizes-for-fake-news-of-height-increase-idUSKBN1EZ09G2018-01-10
Earth to what part of sustainability do you not Nichols had tweeted NeutralLAS VEGAS Ford Motor Co on Tuesday said it will partner with delivery service Postmates Inc as the automaker starts later this year testing in a U.S. city how to transport people food and packages using its selfdriving carshttp://www.reuters.com/news/technologyhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-tech-ces-delivery/ford-taps-postmates-for-edge-in-self-driving-delivery-race-idUSKBN1EY20X2018-01-09
first time in space came in 1965 with the Gemini 3 mission that took him and astronaut Gus Grissom into Earth orbit in the first twoperson US space jaunt Negative U.S. astronaut John Young who walked on the moon in 1972 and even smuggled a corned beef sandwich into orbit during a career that made him the only person to fly with three NASA space programs has died at age 87 officials said on Saturdayhttp://www.reuters.com/news/ushttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-people-johnyoung/john-young-most-experienced-u-s-astronaut-dies-at-87-idUSKBN1EV0MV2018-01-07
The conditions talking about basically never occur now people in most places have never experienced said lead author Ethan Coffel at LamontDoherty Earth Observatory NegativeThe areas likely to be affected include the Amazon southeastern United States western and central Africa parts of the Middle East northern India and eastern Chinahttp://www.reuters.com/places/africa/article/us-climatechange-temperature-study/rising-humidity-can-worsen-impact-of-higher-temperatures-study-idUSKBN1EL0QE2017-12-27
fleet of satellites in low Earth orbit will cover the entire surface of the planet according to the website Negative Iridium Communications Inc said on Wednesday its 10 satellites launched last week by tech billionaire Elon Musk’s SpaceX are functioning as expectedhttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-iridium-commun-spacex/spacex-launched-iridium-satellites-functioning-normally-idUSKBN1EL1AE2017-12-27
re has reduced to just three the crew of the ISS a billion lab that flies about 250 miles above Earth Negative A capsule carrying U.S. Russian and Italian astronauts from the International Space Station landed in Kazakhstan on Thursday after a fivemonth mission a NASA TV live broadcast showedhttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/aerospace-and-defense/article/us-space-landing/three-man-crew-returns-from-space-station-nasa-tv-idUSKBN1E80Y22017-12-14
ver before observed an eightplanet network beside the solar system that includes Earth researchers said NeutralSAN FRANCISCO Dec 14 Alphabet Inc’s Google and NASA said on Thursday that advanced computer analysis identified two new planets around distant stars including one that is part of the first star system with as many planets as Earth’s solar systemhttp://www.reuters.com/finance/markets/article/space-planets-alphabet/google-crunches-data-to-help-nasa-find-two-new-planets-idUSL1N1OE1ZY2017-12-14
WASHINGTON Ticks the notorious diseasespreading parasites have been making life miserable far longer than human beings have walked the Earth NegativeWASHINGTON Ticks the notorious diseasespreading parasites have been making life miserable far longer than human beings have walked the Earthhttp://www.reuters.com/news/science/article/us-science-ticks/amber-discovery-shows-dracula-sucked-blood-of-feathered-dinosaurs-idUSKBN1E62TC2017-12-13
BEIJING British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking on his Chinese microblog Weibo account praised the lead singer of most popular boy band for asking about life beyond Earth PositiveBEIJING British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking on his Chinese microblog Weibo account praised the lead singer of China’s most popular boy band for asking about life beyond Earthhttp://www.reuters.com/places/china/article/us-britain-hawking-china-boyband/stephen-hawking-lauds-chinese-pop-star-for-space-migration-question-idUSKBN1DQ0772017-11-26
Hawking recently warned that the human race must evacuate Earth in 600 years before soaring energy consumption turns the planet into a ball of NegativeBEIJING British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking on his Chinese microblog Weibo account praised the lead singer of China’s most popular boy band for asking about life beyond Earthhttp://www.reuters.com/places/china/article/us-britain-hawking-china-boyband/stephen-hawking-lauds-chinese-pop-star-for-space-migration-question-idUSKBN1DQ0772017-11-26
Why on Earth would you draw a distinction of this Kagan asked the lawyer Paul Clement NegativeWASHINGTON Conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices on Wednesday signaled concern about allowing companies to be sued under American law for human rights abuses abroad in a case involving allegations that Arab Bank Plc helped finance militant attacks in Israel and the Palestinian territorieshttp://www.reuters.com/subjects/supreme-court/article/us-usa-court-arab-bank-plc/u-s-justices-question-arab-bank-liability-in-militant-attacks-idUSKBN1CG2EJ2017-11-12
LOS ANGELES A small asteroid or comet that has been spotted racing through our solar system may have come from elsewhere in the galaxy US space scientists say possibly marking the first such interstellar visitor observed from Earth NegativeLOS ANGELES A small asteroid or comet that has been spotted racing through our solar system may have come from elsewhere in the galaxy U.S. space scientists say possibly marking the first such interstellar visitor observed from Earthhttp://www.reuters.com/news/science/article/us-space-object/mystery-space-object-may-be-first-confirmed-interstellar-visitor-idUSKBN1CW2YC2017-11-12





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The results come from nearly six Earth years Martian worth of data from the Sample Analysis at Mars instrument a portable chemistry lab in the belly of the Curiosity rover PositiveThe oxygen in Martian air is changing in a way that cant currently be explained by known chemical processes. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-504199172019-11-15
Its sure to be a fascinating endeavour but its one that has direct relevance to everyone on Earth PositiveThe European spacecraft that aims to take the closest ever pictures of the Sun is built and ready for launch. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-500408932019-10-19
Weve never seen the solar poles directly because from Earth we just have a very grazing view said a mission principal investigator from the Institut dAstrophysique Spatiale Orsay France. NeutralThe European spacecraft that aims to take the closest ever pictures of the Sun is built and ready for launch. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-500408932019-10-19
He plans to use the new vehicles to send people to the Moon and Mars and also to move them swiftly around the Earth. PositiveThe American entrepreneur Elon Musk has given a further update on his Starship and Super Heavy rocket system. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-498701542019-09-30
Mr Musk has been criticised in the past for obsessing about going to Mars when there are many issues that need attention here on Earth. NegativeThe American entrepreneur Elon Musk has given a further update on his Starship and Super Heavy rocket system. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-498701542019-09-30
He It brings us closer to answering the fundamental Is the Earth NeutralAstronomers have for the first time discovered water in the atmosphere of a planet orbiting within the habitable zone of a distant star http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-496487462019-09-12
The rover had the capacity to travel 500m from the lander in its 14day life span and would have sent data and images back to Earth for analysis. PositiveIndias space agency Isro has not yet released information on how it lost contact with its Moon lander seconds before it was due to touch down on the lunar surface http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-india-496323162019-09-10
The Moon may be Earths closest neighbour but landing on it is a very tricky operation NegativeIndias second Moon mission will see the countrys space agency attempt to land a rover on the lunar surface on 7 September http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-india-495898502019-09-06
The UN forecasts the Earths population will rise to 11 billion by 2100. PositiveDemocratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has been criticised after arguing population control should be part of tackling climate change http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-496016782019-09-06
Even so the UN forecasts the Earths population will climb from 7 NeutralDemocratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has been criticised after arguing population control should be part of tackling climate change http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-496016782019-09-06
The Earths land surface and the way it is used forms the basis for human society and the global economy NeutralSwitching to a plantbased diet can help fight climate change UN experts have said. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-492387492019-08-09
If this scenario turns out to be true the Earths climate would heat up significantly faster PositiveSwitching to a plantbased diet can help fight climate change UN experts have said. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-492387492019-08-09
It is used predominantly by the European Unions Sentinel1 and Sentinel2 Earth observation spacecraft PositiveEurope has launched the second satellite in its space laser telecommunications network. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-492407452019-08-07
Scientists say its the latest sign that Earth is experiencing unprecedented warming. PositiveA preliminary analysis of global temperature data for July suggests it may have marginally become the warmest month on record http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-491654762019-08-02
The Medieval Warm Period which ran between AD 950 and AD 1250 only saw significant temperature rises across of the Earths surface. PositiveThe speed and extent of current global warming exceeds any similar event in the past 2000 years researchers say. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-490867832019-07-25
Titan plays host to many of the chemical processes that could have sparked biology on the early Earth. PositiveNasa will fly a drone helicopter mission to cost on Saturns moon Titan in the 2030s. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-487993152019-06-29
It was in competition with the Comet Astrobiology Exploration Sample Return mission which would have delivered a sample from a comet to Earth. PositiveNasa will fly a drone helicopter mission to cost on Saturns moon Titan in the 2030s. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-487993152019-06-29
Titan has wind rivers seas and lakes just like Earth but with an exotic twist NeutralNasa will fly a drone helicopter mission to cost on Saturns moon Titan in the 2030s. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-487993152019-06-29
The average temperature of 179C means that mountains are made of ice and liquid methane assumes many of the roles played by water on Earth. NeutralNasa will fly a drone helicopter mission to cost on Saturns moon Titan in the 2030s. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-487993152019-06-29
Records going back to the late 19th Century show that the average temperature of the Earths surface has increased by about one degree since industrialisation. PositiveA heatwave affecting much of Europe is expected to intensify further after Germany Poland and the Czech Republic recorded their highestever June temperature on Wednesday. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-487806852019-06-27
The atomic clocks currently used on Earth for deepspace navigation are refrigeratorsized NeutralNasa has put a miniaturised atomic clock in orbit that it believes can revolutionise deepspace navigation http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-487559092019-06-26
The observations are fascinating because on Earth methane is produced in large part by living things. PositiveThe American space agencys Mars rover Curiosity has recorded its largest measurement yet of methane. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-487435512019-06-25
The results were expected back on Earth on Monday PositiveThe American space agencys Mars rover Curiosity has recorded its largest measurement yet of methane. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-487435512019-06-25
For context the concentration of methane in Earths atmosphere is 1865ppb NeutralThe American space agencys Mars rover Curiosity has recorded its largest measurement yet of methane. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-487435512019-06-25
The primary emitters of methane on Earth are from wetlands livestock biomass and fossilfuel burning landfill and rice paddies NegativeThe American space agencys Mars rover Curiosity has recorded its largest measurement yet of methane. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-487435512019-06-25
On Earth methane can be held in ice under the seafloor or in permafrost regions on land for a very long time before it breaks out into the air NegativeThe American space agencys Mars rover Curiosity has recorded its largest measurement yet of methane. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-487435512019-06-25
From this study we really see the clearest picture yet of how Himalayan glaciers have changed Joshua Maurer from Columbia Universitys LamontDoherty Earth Observatory in New York told BBC News NeutralImages from Cold War spy satellites have revealed the dramatic extent of ice loss in the Himalayan glaciers. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-486960232019-06-20
She I was put on this Earth to protect you PositiveEndgame and Game Of Thrones were named best in class at the MTV Movie TV Awards on Monday night. http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-486739642019-06-19
Rinderpest and the deadly smallpox virus are the only diseases to have been eradicated from the face of the Earth NegativeScientists have destroyed the UKs laboratory stocks of a virus that once caused devastating cattle losses. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-486294692019-06-15
Dr Samia Metwally of the FAO hopes that Pirbrights success will encourage other holding facilities to follow suit so that it is completely eliminated from the face of the Earth. PositiveScientists have destroyed the UKs laboratory stocks of a virus that once caused devastating cattle losses. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-486294692019-06-15
All life on Earth depends on plants which provide the oxygen we breathe and the food we eat. PositiveAlmost 600 plant species have been lost from the wild in the last 250 years according to a comprehensive study. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-485845152019-06-11
Now the team from Oxford and Aberdeen universities believes it can pinpoint where the space object fell to Earth. NegativeScientists think the time has come for a full geophysical survey of The Minch to see if the Scottish strait is hiding an ancient meteorite crater. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-485609892019-06-10
Europe and America are working on new satellite concepts that would be positioned far from Earth to warn of energetic outbursts from the Sun NegativeThe UK government and Cornwall Council are prepared to invest up to into Newquay airport to make it a base for Virgin Orbit. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-485213862019-06-05
Although called rare they are actually found relatively abundantly in the Earths crust according to the US Geological Survey NeutralChina has been signalling that it may restrict the export of rare earth minerals to the United States as the trade conflict between the two countries escalates. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-483660742019-05-29
The Wandering Earth has been billed as a breakthrough for Chinese scifi. PositiveThe Wandering Earth has been billed as a breakthrough for Chinese scifi. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-477698822019-04-29
Muna Suleiman climate campaigner at Friends of the Earth 89 hours of coalfree electricity is great but lets make this all day every day PositiveBritain has broken its record for the longest continuous period without generating electricity from coal. http://www.bbc.com//news/business-480156132019-04-23
It is estimated that there are already nearly 26000 objects orbiting the Earth and when they no longer work they become floating and potentially dangerous rubbish. NegativePeter Beck is a space entrepreneur with a rocket and launch pad in New Zealand that has permission for flights every 72 hours for the next 30 years. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-478852592019-04-21
We question why on Earth we think its a good idea to import that big data model into our city streets PositiveThese days it seems every city wants to be smart http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-479776552019-04-20
The song Earth by comedian and rapper Lil Dicky also has cameos from Katy Perry Snoop Dogg and Miley Cyrus. NeutralAn allstar animated environmental music video featuring the voices of Justin Bieber Ed Sheeran and Ariana Grande has gone viral on social media. http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-479883412019-04-20
In Earth has had more than 2 NeutralAn allstar animated environmental music video featuring the voices of Justin Bieber Ed Sheeran and Ariana Grande has gone viral on social media. http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-479883412019-04-20
Foucault called his device a gyroscope from the Greek words for turn and observe because he used it to study the Earths rotation NeutralOn 5 October 1744 a storm was brewing in the English Channel http://www.bbc.com//news/business-471613702019-04-18
In the early 1900s two inventors figured out how to align the spin to the Earths northsouth axis giving us the gyrocompass NeutralOn 5 October 1744 a storm was brewing in the English Channel http://www.bbc.com//news/business-471613702019-04-18
The season will also feature the European premiere of In The Name Of The Earth by Pulitzer Prizewinner John Luther Adams. PositiveThe BBC Proms will blast into hyperspace this summer with a series of interstellar concerts marking the 50th anniversary of the Moon landings. http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-479466872019-04-18
Dont Stop Me Now became the moststreamed song from while Bohemian Rhapsody was the mostplayed track from the entire 1970s overtaking Earth Wind Fires September NegativeWhen it was released in 2010 Foster The Peoples indiepop anthem Pumped Up Kicks became a moderate hit reaching number 18 in the UK charts. http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-478819922019-04-12
However it is unclear how long it would take for these images to be transmitted back to Earth NeutralThe Japanese Hayabusa2 spacecraft is thought to have detonated an explosive charge on the asteroid it is exploring. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-478184602019-04-05
A video of the SCI being tested on Earth can be seen NeutralThe Japanese Hayabusa2 spacecraft is thought to have detonated an explosive charge on the asteroid it is exploring. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-478184602019-04-05
Indeed the Pliocene was the last time in Earth history that the air carried this same concentration of the greenhouse gas. NeutralScramble across exposed rocks in the middle of Antarctica and its possible to find the mummified twigs of shrubs that grew on the continent some three to five million years ago. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-478064402019-04-05
So the question to us what is the equilibrium what is Earths climate going to look like with 400ppm all things being PositiveScramble across exposed rocks in the middle of Antarctica and its possible to find the mummified twigs of shrubs that grew on the continent some three to five million years ago. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-478064402019-04-05
This process is well known on Earth to occur along tectonic faults and from natural gas fields. NeutralA European spacecraft has confirmed a report of methane being released from the surface of Mars. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-477884512019-04-03
It was the animal welfare documentary Earthlings narrated by Joaquin Phoenix that finally pushed him to make the change. NeutralAfter about 15 years working in the meat industry butcher Brian Kavanagh found he was concealing a secret. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-477203062019-04-01
His recordsetting solo flight saw him spend five days in space aboard the Vostok 5 orbiting the Earth 82 times. NeutralValery Bykovsky who was the 11th person to venture into space and who held the unbroken record for the longest solo spaceflight has died aged 84 http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-477417932019-03-29
Highly virulent wildlife disease including chytridiomycosis is contributing to the Earths sixth mass extinction said Dr Ben Scheele of The Australian National University in Canberra. NegativeBetter biosecurity and wildlife trade restrictions are urgently needed to prevent any more extinctions they say. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-477358232019-03-29
Transport is responsible for a huge chunk of the UKs carbon emissions and the levels are actually increasing Muna Suleiman from Friends of the Earth says PositiveIts Friday lunchtime and youve found the perfect dress for that party on Saturday night but youre stuck at your desk. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-476549502019-03-29
By choosing companies using greener delivery methods you can show that the consumer demand to cut emissions is there Muna Suleiman from Friends of the Earth says NegativeIts Friday lunchtime and youve found the perfect dress for that party on Saturday night but youre stuck at your desk. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-476549502019-03-29
Their eradication on more than 100 islands could save some of the rarest animals on Earth says an international team. NeutralScientists are calling for a widespread cull of feral cats and dogs pigs goats and rats and mice to save the endangered species they prey upon. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-477218072019-03-28
Friends of the Earth Scotland said it was time to stop the dillydallying. PositiveA lot has changed in the UKs shale gas sector since the Scottish government put the brakes on it back in 2015. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-scotland-477114402019-03-27
This had something to do with the shifting nature of the Earths orbit around the Sun but has yet to be fully explained NeutralThis is a little overplayed but its kind of what an international group of scientists has just set out to do http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-477116002019-03-27
The fossils are from the Cambrian period which began 541 million years ago and saw a rapid increase in animal diversity on Earth PositiveScientists say they have discovered a stunning trove of thousands of fossils on a river bank in China http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-476678802019-03-25
Now I see that people can come to the remotest peaceful corner of Earth he says. PositiveI was so happy that I had a beautiful country to raise my kids in says Mazharuddin Syed Ahmed a survivor of those attacks http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-476509482019-03-23
Hints of ongoing volcanic and tectonic activity in the planets outer suggest that while different to the Earth the planet is very much alive NeutralThe longstanding idea that Venus is geologically dead is a myth scientists say http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-476727362019-03-23
The Earth in that time has gained oxygen and life and has essentially quite a cold climate whereas Venus has got incessantly hotter and drier over a long period NegativeThe longstanding idea that Venus is geologically dead is a myth scientists say http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-476727362019-03-23
Many signs of tectonic activity on Earth such as networks of ridges and faults can be found on Venus. NeutralThe longstanding idea that Venus is geologically dead is a myth scientists say http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-476727362019-03-23
The US space agency has dubbed it Jupiter Marble a reference to the full disc pictures of Earth captured by satellites down the years that have been called Blue Marble. NeutralThe probe has a colour camera onboard and citizen scientists are encouraged to play with the data to make their own views of the planet. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-476677292019-03-23
More than 4800 climbers have scaled the highest peak on Earth NeutralExpedition operators are concerned at the number of climbers bodies that are becoming exposed on Mount Everest as its glaciers melt. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-476384362019-03-22
Both missions aim to deliver samples from these objects to Earth NeutralThe asteroid being explored by the Japanese mission Hayabusa2 is a rubble pile formed when rocks were blasted off a bigger asteroid and came back together again. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-476336492019-03-21
Hayabusa2 has just finished a touchdown operation to collect a sample of rock and cache it for return to Earth. NeutralThe asteroid being explored by the Japanese mission Hayabusa2 is a rubble pile formed when rocks were blasted off a bigger asteroid and came back together again. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-476336492019-03-21
So while we cant directly study the Earths core 16 Psyche provides an opportunity to study one in outer space. PositiveUp until now the worlds weve visited with robotic spacecraft have been composed largely of rock ice and gas http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-475594162019-03-19
Once an incoming object is identified Nasa has had some notable success at calculating where on Earth the impact will occur based on a precise determination of its orbit NeutralA huge fireball exploded in the Earths atmosphere in December according to Nasa. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-476076962019-03-18
Earth from the crash site is being made available for a planned service in Addis Ababa on Sunday Reuters reports. NeutralEthiopian Airlines has offered the relatives of 157 victims of last Sundays Boeing 737 Max plane crash bags of scorched earth to bury in place of their loved ones reports say. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-africa-475996542019-03-17
Scientists have found evidence of a huge blast of radiation from the Sun that hit Earth more than 2000 years ago NegativeScientists have found evidence of a huge blast of radiation from the Sun that hit Earth more than 2000 years ago http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-475362712019-03-13
The team found evidence in Greenland ice cores that the Earth was bombarded with solar proton particles in 660BC. NegativeScientists have found evidence of a huge blast of radiation from the Sun that hit Earth more than 2000 years ago http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-475362712019-03-13
The Sun periodically releases huge blasts of charged particles and other radiation that can travel towards Earth. NegativeScientists have found evidence of a huge blast of radiation from the Sun that hit Earth more than 2000 years ago http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-475362712019-03-13
Connected to this are also the lower energy particles that come usually within 14 days to Earth NegativeScientists have found evidence of a huge blast of radiation from the Sun that hit Earth more than 2000 years ago http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-475362712019-03-13
Not only can students learn all about sustainable agricultural practices they can experience the symbiosis that occurs when the Earth is left to its own devices. PositiveAs far as dreams go it is a fairly modest one http://www.bbc.com//news/world-latin-america-474008202019-03-10
On Friday the Crew Dragon capsule will detach from the International Space Station 400km above Earth and begin a fiery journey back through the atmosphere ending in a splashdown 450km off the coast of Florida. PositiveOn Friday the Crew Dragon capsule will detach from the International Space Station 400km above Earth and begin a fiery journey back through the atmosphere ending in a splashdown 450km off the coast of Florida. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474539512019-03-08
Fracking is the process of drilling down into the Earth before a highpressure water mixture is directed at the rock to release the gas inside. PositiveNew government guidance on fracking is unlawful the High Court has ruled. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474727322019-03-07
Radar altimeters work by pulsing the Earths surface with microwaves and then timing the reflected signal to work out an elevation PositiveEuropes quartercenturylong satellite data record of ice sheet changes in the Antarctic is secure into the future. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474611992019-03-07
But controllers back on Earth called a halt to operations when no progress was being made despite repeated hammering. NegativeThe Insight probes efforts to drill down below the surface of Mars appear to have hit some stony obstructions. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474690712019-03-07
Hayabusa2 has been exploring Ryugu since its arrival in June 2018 following a threeandahalfyear journey from Earth. NeutralA movie captured by Japans Hayabusa2 spacecraft shows the moment it touched down on an asteroid. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474592482019-03-06
The nearEarth asteroid Ryugu is a primitive relic from the early days of the Solar System. NegativeA movie captured by Japans Hayabusa2 spacecraft shows the moment it touched down on an asteroid. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474592482019-03-06
But they will have to battle with Michaela Cole who is recognised for Black Earth Rising. PositiveSave Me and Killing Eve lead the nominations at this years Royal Television Society awards. http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-474580792019-03-06
Founded along with Robbie Schingler and Chris Boshuizen in 2010 Planet has led a revolution in Earth observation thats based on the use of lowcost shoeboxsized satellites. PositiveOne of the UKs most successful space entrepreneurs has launched a withering attack on Brexit labelling it galactic scale stupidity. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474405512019-03-05
The Dragon capsule is due to stay at the ISS until Friday when it will detach and begin the journey back to Earth PositiveAmericas new astronaut capsule has successfully docked with the International Space Station as part of its demonstration mission. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474304322019-03-04
Some suggested that even if the Green New Deal did call for a ban on burgers it would be worth it to save Earth PositiveIs nothing Democrats want to take away hamburgers from the American people an exTrump aide has warned. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-473944842019-03-02
But if it did Id give up burgers to save Earth NeutralIs nothing Democrats want to take away hamburgers from the American people an exTrump aide has warned. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-473944842019-03-02
It was set up by entrepreneur Elon Musk with the specific intention of taking people beyond Earth NeutralThe US is about to take a major step towards being able to fly its astronauts into space once again. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474143902019-03-02
The lower Falcon segment comes back to Earth to land on a drone ship and the upperstage pushes on to orbit. NegativeThe US is about to take a major step towards being able to fly its astronauts into space once again. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-474143902019-03-02
The irons come from the smashed up innards of early planetary bodies that grew big enough to have metal cores just like Earth has today PositiveManchester Universitys Dr Katherine Joy was dropped in the deep field with British Antarctic Survey guide Julie Baum for four weeks http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-473903602019-02-28
When people search elsewhere in the dry deserts of the Earth for example they find a much higher proportion of iron meteorites explained Manchester mathematician Dr Geoff Evatt NeutralManchester Universitys Dr Katherine Joy was dropped in the deep field with British Antarctic Survey guide Julie Baum for four weeks http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-473903602019-02-28
Insect life is at the bottom of the food chain and underpins much of life on Earth. PositiveThe UK has a new order of insects thanks to stowaways that set up home in the warmth of a glasshouse. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-473359312019-02-28
Scorched Earth images of Marsden Moor close to Saddleworth look horribly familiar NeutralScorched Earth images of Marsden Moor close to Saddleworth look horribly familiar http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-473894802019-02-28
Two HP servers sent up to the International Space Station in August 2017 as an experiment have still not come back to Earth three months after their intended return. NegativeTwo HP servers sent up to the International Space Station in August 2017 as an experiment have still not come back to Earth three months after their intended return. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-473777072019-02-27
But the devices would need to be investigated back on Earth to find out what had gone wrong. NegativeTwo HP servers sent up to the International Space Station in August 2017 as an experiment have still not come back to Earth three months after their intended return. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-473777072019-02-27
He asked me why on Earth that was the case so I showed him how awkwardly it fits into the pockets of my jeans NeutralAs I walked into the chaotic registration zone at the hall hosting Xiaomis press conference my first event of the 2019 Mobile World Congress I soon became aware that I different http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-473739352019-02-27
We have a tonne of spectrum and we have it everywhere on Planet Earth explained OneWeb CEO Adrian Steckel. NeutralLondonbased startup OneWeb is set to launch the first six satellites in its multibillionpound project to take the internet to every corner of the globe. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-473742462019-02-27
The video for the song was compiled from rushes of the David Attenborough series Life on Earth. NeutralOur songs are about tragedy http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-473738972019-02-27
The purpose of the touchdown on asteroid Ryugu was to collect samples of rock for eventual delivery to Earth. NeutralA new image from Japans Hayabusa2 spacecraft reveals a dark splodge where it touched down on the surface of an asteroid last week. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-473591522019-02-26
Many times Ive asked why are there such terrible people on the Earth NegativeA boy has been detained for life for the rape and murder of a 14yearold girl in a park. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-birmingham-473313972019-02-23
The Cambridge archaeologist Anyone can go to Google Earth and look at modern satellite imagery but this is an historical Google Earth. PositiveRAF pilots were asked to capture the bombscarred postwar period to the emergence of motorways and new cities http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-cambridgeshire-473192512019-02-22
It is expected to return to Earth with the rocky material it has cached in 2020. NegativeA Japanese spacecraft has touched down on an asteroid in an attempt to collect a sample of rock from the surface. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-472933172019-02-22
The nearEarth asteroid is a relic left over from the early days of our Solar System NeutralA Japanese spacecraft has touched down on an asteroid in an attempt to collect a sample of rock from the surface. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-472933172019-02-22
Prof Fitzsimmons told BBC This was a surprise as other nearEarth asteroids we have visited previously have shown areas dominated by small particles PositiveA Japanese spacecraft has touched down on an asteroid in an attempt to collect a sample of rock from the surface. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-472933172019-02-22
For Georgia Rhoades author of Decoding the Sheelanagig the nude and bald women represent the Crone or Earth Goddess. NeutralFor hundreds of years carvings of naked women have sat provocatively on churches across Britain http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-451166142019-02-20
They were pagan goddess figures emblematic of the Earth Goddess who births us and takes us back into her at death she explains. NegativeFor hundreds of years carvings of naked women have sat provocatively on churches across Britain http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-451166142019-02-20
He is intellectually so huge in how the Earth system works and what its history is that all of us are following Wally in one way or other PositiveWallace Broecker the US climate scientist who helped popularise the term global warming has died in New York at the age of 87. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-472937172019-02-20
YouTube is playing a significant role in convincing some people that the Earth is flat research suggests. PositiveYouTube is playing a significant role in convincing some people that the Earth is flat research suggests. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-472792532019-02-19
They were won over by videos which claimed to amass evidence proving the Earth was not a spherical planet. PositiveYouTube is playing a significant role in convincing some people that the Earth is flat research suggests. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-472792532019-02-19
Believing the Earth is flat is of itself is not necessarily harmful but it comes packaged with a distrust in institutions and authority more generally she added. PositiveYouTube is playing a significant role in convincing some people that the Earth is flat research suggests. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-472792532019-02-19
In the next few weeks the satellite will undertake its final test the deployment of a big membrane to accelerate its fall to Earth NegativeThe Britishled mission to test techniques to clear up space junk has demonstrated a harpoon in orbit. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-472523042019-02-16
Why on Earth would they hold her for three weeks over something so I asked a friend. PositiveCarlos Ghosn Nissans former chairman has now spent three months in jail and faces many more http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-471131892019-02-15
Australia which politicians of every stripe here routinely refer to as the greatest country on Earth is once again it seems under attack from mysterious malign forces from outside NegativeAustralian politics doesnt really do nuance http://www.bbc.com//news/world-australia-472213682019-02-15
The sixwheeled robot last contacted Earth in June last year just before it was enveloped in the darkness of a global dust storm NegativeThe US space agency has called time on its Opportunity Mars rover. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-472312472019-02-14
There was no way on Earth to say then whether it could ever be put back together much less run PositiveIts paintwork glistening in the afternoon sun and with onlookers peering excitedly from the waters edge it was a moment long in the making. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-463862572019-02-13
The GPS spacecraft operate in a MediumEarth Orbit at an altitude of 20000km where energetic particles can trip electronic circuits unless theyre properly protected. PositiveThis years QE Engineering Prize has been won by four individuals who played key roles in developing GPS. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-472121512019-02-13
Thanks to a Nasa instrument called Modis which is orbiting the Earth on two satellites they can now see that both are clearly playing a direct part too. PositiveChina and India two of the worlds biggest polluters are making it leafier for now a report says. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-472108492019-02-13
This will help scientists make better predictions about the behaviour of different Earth systems which will help countries make better decisions about how and when to take action PositiveChina and India two of the worlds biggest polluters are making it leafier for now a report says. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-472108492019-02-13
Politicians and policymakers have failed to grasp the gravity of the environmental crisis facing the Earth a report claims. NegativePoliticians and policymakers have failed to grasp the gravity of the environmental crisis facing the Earth a report claims. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-472033442019-02-13
The film about a sarcastic talking duck pulled to Earth from a parallel universe was a colossal flop NegativeHis previous starring role was in an 80s megaflop that almost destroyed George Lucass career but that hasnt stopped Marvel giving Howard the Duck his own TV series. http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-472123832019-02-13
Scientists studying the distant object known as Ultima Thule are revising ideas about its shape after examining the latest images downlinked to Earth. NegativeIt seems the space snowman is more like a gingerbread man. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-471877332019-02-10
The small size of New Horizons radio antenna combined with its low power output and distance from Earth mean data transmission rates are glacial NegativeIt seems the space snowman is more like a gingerbread man. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-471877332019-02-10
This he says would gradually phase out humanity from the Earth and that would also be so much better for the planet. PositiveA 27yearold Indian man plans to sue his parents for giving birth to him without his consent. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-india-471542872019-02-08
The attachment to the European Space Agency rover will now see her name travel beyond Earth PositiveThe UKassembled rover that will be sent to Mars in 2020 will bear the name of DNA pioneer Rosalind Franklin http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-471517782019-02-08
The spacecraft will return to Earth with the samples in 2020 after its exploration of Ryugu is complete. NeutralThe Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa 2 will attempt to collect a sample of rock from an asteroid on 22 February the countrys space agency says. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-471592142019-02-08
The sample collection operations should allow scientists in labs on Earth to study the material shedding light on the origin and evolution of our own planet. PositiveThe Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa 2 will attempt to collect a sample of rock from an asteroid on 22 February the countrys space agency says. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-471592142019-02-08
They believe two objects smacked into each other to produce an ironrich world with nearly 10 times the mass of Earth. PositiveAstronomers say they have the first evidence of a headon collision between two planets in a distant star system. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-471307282019-02-06
A school was labelled on Google Maps as Hell on Earth in what is thought to have been a joke by one of its pupils. NegativeA school was labelled on Google Maps as Hell on Earth in what is thought to have been a joke by one of its pupils. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-humber-471189012019-02-05
The study also has a bearing on discussions about the creation of a new label to describe humanitys time and impacts on Earth. NeutralColonisation of the Americas at the end of the 15th Century killed so many people it disturbed Earths climate. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-470639732019-02-01
He thinks if aliens came down to Earth this flag of science would not have escaped their attention. NeutralYoull find it on the wall of nearly every school chemistry laboratory in the land. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-470082892019-01-30
The antennas would transmit a smaller and receive the radar pulses that are used to map the surface of the Earth. NegativeThe UKs Ministry of Defence has approached startup Oxford Space Systems to design antennas for a sovereign satellite radar system. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-470300522019-01-29
Every year the Earths natural carbon sinks such as forests soak up large amounts of CO2 produced by human activities PositiveMet Office researchers expect to record one of the biggest rises in atmospheric concentrations of CO2 in 2019 http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-469897892019-01-26
Some tempering in the rate of increase arises from the Earths ability to absorb CO2 from the atmosphere but that can change yearonyear as the Met Office forecast shows. PositiveMet Office researchers expect to record one of the biggest rises in atmospheric concentrations of CO2 in 2019 http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-469897892019-01-26
When in a particular phase the NAO enhances summertime warming and the solar radiation that reaches the Earths surface while reducing snowfall especially in western Greenland. PositiveGreenland has gone through an unprecedented period of ice loss within the last two decades. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-469608422019-01-23
Imagine a laboratory growing human hearts and imagine that laboratory floating in space hundreds of miles above the surface of the Earth PositiveImagine a laboratory growing human hearts and imagine that laboratory floating in space hundreds of miles above the surface of the Earth http://www.bbc.com//news/business-469449722019-01-22
Each unit will be a couple of metres across and will remain in orbit for 10 to 30 days before returning to Earth with the products it has made. NegativeImagine a laboratory growing human hearts and imagine that laboratory floating in space hundreds of miles above the surface of the Earth http://www.bbc.com//news/business-469449722019-01-22
But when its produced on Earth gravitydriven forces such as convection cause crystals to form in the fibres damaging signal quality and making it impractical for longdistance use. NegativeImagine a laboratory growing human hearts and imagine that laboratory floating in space hundreds of miles above the surface of the Earth http://www.bbc.com//news/business-469449722019-01-22
During the spectacular event the Earths natural satellite turns a striking shade of red. PositiveSkywatchers are gearing up for a lunar eclipse which some are referring to as a super blood wolf moon. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-469083052019-01-20
This kind of eclipse occurs when the Earth passes precisely between the Sun and the Moon. NeutralSkywatchers are gearing up for a lunar eclipse which some are referring to as a super blood wolf moon. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-469083052019-01-20
In this situation the Sun is behind the Earth and the Moon moves into the Earths shadow. NegativeSkywatchers are gearing up for a lunar eclipse which some are referring to as a super blood wolf moon. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-469083052019-01-20
Theyve confirmed the planets iconic rings are very young no more than 100 million years old when dinosaurs still walked the Earth. NegativeWere looking at Saturn at a very special time in the history of the Solar System according to scientists http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-469119452019-01-18
The Change 4 is the first mission to land on and explore the Moons far side facing away from Earth NegativeSeeds taken up to the Moon by Chinas Change4 mission have sprouted says China National Space Administration. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-468735262019-01-16
It would mean that astronauts could potentially harvest their own food in space reducing the need to come back down to Earth to resupply NeutralSeeds taken up to the Moon by Chinas Change4 mission have sprouted says China National Space Administration. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-468735262019-01-16
I think theres certainly a great deal of interest in using the Moon as staging post particularly for flights to Mars because its relatively near the Earth Mr Watson said. NegativeSeeds taken up to the Moon by Chinas Change4 mission have sprouted says China National Space Administration. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-468735262019-01-16
Xinhua said the probe had taken about 170 pictures so far which have been sent back to Earth NegativeSeeds taken up to the Moon by Chinas Change4 mission have sprouted says China National Space Administration. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-468735262019-01-16
They are hoping it will all go away but the reality is an awful lot more needs to be done Jenny Bates from Friends of the Earth told BBC News NeutralWood burning stoves open fires and farms all face new restrictions as the government sets out what it calls a world leading plan to tackle air pollution http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-468234402019-01-14
Russias only space radio telescope is no longer responding to commands from Earth officials say. NegativeRussias only space radio telescope is no longer responding to commands from Earth officials say. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-468493472019-01-13
When fast radio bursts or FRBs as they are called reach Earths telescopes they shine brightly for a few milliseconds then disappear. NegativeMysterious signals have been picked up from distant galaxies http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-468254502019-01-11
ICEYE wants to couple this sharp vision with high temporal resolution meaning a single spot on the Earths surface could be surveyed multiple times a day PositiveThis is a small innovative spacecraft from Finland that will soon be part of a large orbiting network of sensors. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-468253542019-01-11
It represents the first ever such attempt and landing on the far side of the Moon which has distinct characteristics to the near side we can see from Earth. NegativeA Chinese robotic rover has got its wheels dirty after rolling off its landing craft and onto the lunar soil. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-467607292019-01-05
Previous Moon missions have landed on the Earthfacing side but this is the first attempt to explore the rugged far side from the surface NegativeA Chinese robotic rover has got its wheels dirty after rolling off its landing craft and onto the lunar soil. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-467607292019-01-05
Scientists believe the far side could be an excellent place to perform lowfrequency radio astronomy because it is shielded from the radio noise of Earth PositiveA Chinese robotic rover has got its wheels dirty after rolling off its landing craft and onto the lunar soil. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-467607292019-01-05
The lander also carried a container with six live species from Earth cotton rapeseed potato fruit fly yeast and arabidopsis flowering to try to form a mini biosphere. NegativeA Chinese robotic rover has got its wheels dirty after rolling off its landing craft and onto the lunar soil. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-467607292019-01-05
As such its the first chance to explore a mysterious region of Earths natural satellite PositiveWhat will Chinas Change4 mission learn about the far side of the Here are a few things the mission is designed to do. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-467486022019-01-05
Theres a frequency band about where radio astronomy observations cant be conducted from Earth because of manmade radio interference and other natural factors. NeutralWhat will Chinas Change4 mission learn about the far side of the Here are a few things the mission is designed to do. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-467486022019-01-05
Bringing them back however remains a challenge but one which China will seek to Change5 and 6 are sample return missions delivering lunar rock and soil to laboratories on Earth. PositiveChina is a relative latebloomer when it comes to the world of space exploration http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-467456322019-01-04
Poor weather conditions over Indonesias Sunda Strait had frustrated spacecraft that view the Earth in the same type of light as our eyes. NegativePoor weather conditions over Indonesias Sunda Strait had frustrated spacecraft that view the Earth in the same type of light as our eyes. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-467433622019-01-03
Earth observation company Planet which is based in San Francisco operates one of the worlds largest satellite constellations. PositivePoor weather conditions over Indonesias Sunda Strait had frustrated spacecraft that view the Earth in the same type of light as our eyes. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-467433622019-01-03
The International Space Station is indeed a permanent structure circling the Earth but the Moon has not been colonised. NegativeBack in 1983 science fiction writer http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-467360242019-01-02
5 billion km from Earth the encounter is the most distant ever exploration of a Solar System body NegativeThe American space agency is waiting on a signal from its New Horizons probe to confirm that it has made a successful flyby of Ultima Thule. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-466997372019-01-01
Because of the great separation between the New Horizons and Earth transmissions take over six hours to arrive home NegativeThe American space agency is waiting on a signal from its New Horizons probe to confirm that it has made a successful flyby of Ultima Thule. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-466997372019-01-01
And those moons could be surprisingly Earthlike. NegativeFrom the search for life in the Universe to fighting fires in Antarctica heres a festive selection of the best science and environment long reads published on the BBC this year http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-454992052019-01-01
He told BBC News that a digital fossil would transform scientists ability to study life on Earth PositiveThe bid to create a global digital museum has been welcomed by scientists who say it will enable them to study valuable specimens that are currently hidden in museum drawers. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-464974062019-01-01
Scientists have estimated the total amount of life on Earth that exists below ground and it is vast. NegativeScientists have estimated the total amount of life on Earth that exists below ground and it is vast. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465025702019-01-01
The DCO teams have taken these inventories and used models to construct a broader picture of Earths total biomass NegativeScientists have estimated the total amount of life on Earth that exists below ground and it is vast. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465025702019-01-01
The role all these organisms play in shifting carbon about the Earth is profound according to the DCOs executive director Bob Hazen. PositiveScientists have estimated the total amount of life on Earth that exists below ground and it is vast. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465025702019-01-01
Although the total amount of carbon in other sources is much much larger than in life life has a disproportionate affect on Earths carbon cycle NeutralScientists have estimated the total amount of life on Earth that exists below ground and it is vast. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465025702019-01-01
Another aspect of the research is what is says about the absolute limits of life on Earth in terms of temperature pressure and the availability of energy NegativeScientists have estimated the total amount of life on Earth that exists below ground and it is vast. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465025702019-01-01
One of the most powerful Earth observation tools ever put in orbit is now gathering data about the planet. PositiveOne of the most powerful Earth observation tools ever put in orbit is now gathering data about the planet. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465329752019-01-01





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When its observations are complete the robotic craft will then turn to Earth to report in and begin downlinking the gigabytes of information stored in its memory NegativeHistory will be made on Tuesday when Nasas New Horizons probe sweeps past the icy world known as Ultima Thule. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-466997372018-12-31
And those moons could be surprisingly Earthlike. NegativeFrom the search for life in the Universe to fighting fires in Antarctica heres a festive selection of the best science and environment long reads published on the BBC this year http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-454992052018-12-29
Antarctica is wellknown as the coldest continent on Earth but it is also the highest and driest. NeutralA 33yearold American man has become the first person to cross Antarctica alone and unassisted. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-466878922018-12-27
For three weeks in June and July the fate of 12 young footballers and their coach and their sensational rescue made Tham Luang caves the most reported place on Earth. PositiveFor three weeks in June and July the fate of 12 young footballers and their coach and their sensational rescue made Tham Luang caves the most reported place on Earth. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-465382522018-12-26
Bill Anders lunar module pilot of Apollo 8 the first human spaceflight to leave Earths orbit said sending crews to Mars was almost ridiculous. NegativeOne of the first men to orbit the Moon has told http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-463641792018-12-25
His former crewmate Frank Borman who commanded the Apollo 8 mission and also spent two weeks in Earth orbit during the Gemini programme is slightly more enthusiastic. NeutralOne of the first men to orbit the Moon has told http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-463641792018-12-25
Jess Phoenix is a US volcanologist cofounder of environmental research nonprofit Blueprint Earth and a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society NegativeThe name Anak Krakatau means Child of Krakatau so this look at the modern volcanos predecessor provides perspective for scientists http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-466692802018-12-24
Earths North Pole is famous for its snowy climes and for hosting Santas workshop of course. NegativeEarths North Pole is famous for its snowy climes and for hosting Santas workshop of course. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-466453212018-12-22
The track was originally recorded in 1953 by Eartha Kitt and features a woman telling Father Christmas her gift list because she has been an awfully good girl. NegativeMiley Cyrus has overhauled the lyrics to Santa Baby turning the festive classic into a feminist anthem http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-466458302018-12-22
It is information that can be compared and contrasted with Earth. NegativeThe American space agencys InSight mission to Mars has begun to deploy its instruments. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-466326622018-12-21
The augmented reality firm was cofounded by Ambarish Mitra and its technology was used in a partnership with the BBCs Planet Earth II series. NegativeOne of the great hopes of the UK tech sector Blippar has collapsed into administration over a funding row. http://www.bbc.com//news/business-466030852018-12-19
5 billion km radio signals take over six hours to reach Earth NegativeThe American space agencys New Horizons probe remains on course for its daring flyby of Ultima Thule http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-466108122018-12-19
New Horizons plutonium battery may even allow it to keep talking to Earth as it leaves the Solar System NegativeThe American space agencys New Horizons probe remains on course for its daring flyby of Ultima Thule http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-466108122018-12-19
We are the happiest people on Earth now 81yearold Nemesio Duran told AFP news agency NegativeThree bells looted by US troops more than a century ago have been returned to their church in the Philippines http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-465786152018-12-16
It could be easier to detect the signs of ancient life on Mars than it is on Earth say scientists connected with Nasas next rover mission. NegativeIt could be easier to detect the signs of ancient life on Mars than it is on Earth say scientists connected with Nasas next rover mission. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465631442018-12-15
Confirming life on Earth at that age is tough enough but Mars may have better preservation say the researchers. NegativeIt could be easier to detect the signs of ancient life on Mars than it is on Earth say scientists connected with Nasas next rover mission. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465631442018-12-15
So paradoxically it may well be that the older rocks on Mars are better preserved than much younger rocks on Earth he told BBC News. NegativeIt could be easier to detect the signs of ancient life on Mars than it is on Earth say scientists connected with Nasas next rover mission. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465631442018-12-15
These are carbonate dome structures that on Earth have been built by microbial mats NegativeIt could be easier to detect the signs of ancient life on Mars than it is on Earth say scientists connected with Nasas next rover mission. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465631442018-12-15
Drs Williford and Horgan were discussing the future rovers prospects here at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting in Washington DC the largest annual gathering of Earth and space scientists. NegativeIt could be easier to detect the signs of ancient life on Mars than it is on Earth say scientists connected with Nasas next rover mission. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465631442018-12-15
Each year the Earth passes through a trail of debris left by the asteroid as it orbits around the Sun. NegativeThe Geminid meteor shower is considered to be one of the best displays in the night sky and this year will peak during the early hours of Friday. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-465518142018-12-14
Human activities have altered the Earths landscapes the oceans atmosphere and land surface said Dr Bennett NegativeA study of chicken bones dug up at London archaeological sites shows how the bird we know today has altered beyond recognition from its ancestors. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465061842018-12-13
A Friends of the Earth campaigner called for an end to fracking which he claimed poses risks to the climate and environment. NeutralFracking at the UKs only active shale gas site has been suspended after the largest earthquake since the process started in October http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-lancashire-465266082018-12-12
One of the most powerful Earth observation tools ever put in orbit is now gathering data about the planet. PositiveOne of the most powerful Earth observation tools ever put in orbit is now gathering data about the planet. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465329752018-12-12
The Soyuz capsule had been used to deliver a new crew to the laboratory 400km above the Earth in June. NegativeRussian cosmonauts on the International Space Station are engaged on a spacewalk to investigate a mysterious hole that caused a loss of air pressure in August. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465294222018-12-12
The Voyager 2 probe which left Earth in 1977 has become the second humanmade object to leave our Solar System NegativeThe Voyager 2 probe which left Earth in 1977 has become the second humanmade object to leave our Solar System http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465028202018-12-11
The probes present location is some 18 billion km billion from Earth PositiveThe Voyager 2 probe which left Earth in 1977 has become the second humanmade object to leave our Solar System http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465028202018-12-11
Computer models that try to project the future resilience of the glaciers in what they call Earths third pole must now take account of this behaviour. NegativeThe glaciers that flank the Himalayas and other high mountains in Asia are moving slower over time http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465020402018-12-11
Scientists have estimated the total amount of life on Earth that exists below ground and it is vast. NegativeScientists have estimated the total amount of life on Earth that exists below ground and it is vast. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465025702018-12-11
The DCO teams have taken these inventories and used models to construct a broader picture of Earths total biomass NegativeScientists have estimated the total amount of life on Earth that exists below ground and it is vast. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465025702018-12-11
The role all these organisms play in shifting carbon about the Earth is profound according to the DCOs executive director Bob Hazen. PositiveScientists have estimated the total amount of life on Earth that exists below ground and it is vast. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465025702018-12-11
Although the total amount of carbon in other sources is much much larger than in life life has a disproportionate affect on Earths carbon cycle NeutralScientists have estimated the total amount of life on Earth that exists below ground and it is vast. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465025702018-12-11
Another aspect of the research is what is says about the absolute limits of life on Earth in terms of temperature pressure and the availability of energy NegativeScientists have estimated the total amount of life on Earth that exists below ground and it is vast. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-465025702018-12-11
He told BBC News that a digital fossil would transform scientists ability to study life on Earth PositiveThe bid to create a global digital museum has been welcomed by scientists who say it will enable them to study valuable specimens that are currently hidden in museum drawers. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-464974062018-12-10
The Change4 mission will see a static lander and rover touch down in Von crater located on the side of the Moon which never faces Earth. NegativeChina has launched the first mission to land a robotic craft on the far side of the Moon Chinese media say. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-464716682018-12-08
The mission will pave the way for the country to deliver samples of Moon rock and soil to Earth. NegativeChina has launched the first mission to land a robotic craft on the far side of the Moon Chinese media say. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-464716682018-12-08
Change5 and 6 are sample return missions delivering lunar rock and soil to laboratories on Earth. NegativeChina has launched the first mission to land a robotic craft on the far side of the Moon Chinese media say. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-464716682018-12-08
The American space agencys OsirisRex probe has drawn up alongside Asteroid Bennu after a twoyear twobillionkm journey from Earth. NegativeThe American space agencys OsirisRex probe has drawn up alongside Asteroid Bennu after a twoyear twobillionkm journey from Earth. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-464280182018-12-04
Operating in such a limited gravity field will be a challenge for the probe and its navigators back on Earth NegativeThe American space agencys OsirisRex probe has drawn up alongside Asteroid Bennu after a twoyear twobillionkm journey from Earth. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-464280182018-12-04
Plants are vital for life on Earth underpinning natural processes and supplying food medicines and fuels NegativeA million plants from every corner of the globe are tucked away inside the cabinets that line the walls. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-463742912018-12-03
But if were clean but every other place on Earth is dirty thats not so good. NegativeUS President Donald Trump has cast doubt on a report by his own government warning of devastating effects from climate change. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-463519402018-11-27
Earthquakes in Coniston Dumfries and Morecambe Bay in May 2015 are thought to have had an impact. NegativeA slab of rock the size of a bungalow and thought to weigh 1000 tonnes has fallen from one of the Lake Districts best known crags its owners have said. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-cumbria-463509372018-11-27
Even better this signal from the sensors themselves is very low less than one billionth of the gravitational acceleration on the surface of Earth 1g NegativeProf Tom Pike from Imperial College London is part of the science team on the http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-463326842018-11-26
That view was echoed by Abigail Dillen president of environmental group Earthjustice. NegativeUnchecked climate change will cost the US hundreds of billions of dollars and damage human health and quality of life a US government report warns. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-463251682018-11-24
A violent storm on the Sun could cripple communications on Earth and cause huge economic damage scientists have warned NegativeA violent storm on the Sun could cripple communications on Earth and cause huge economic damage scientists have warned http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-462609592018-11-23
It was recently confirmed the cause was solar storms which can significantly disrupt the Earths magnetic field. NegativeA violent storm on the Sun could cripple communications on Earth and cause huge economic damage scientists have warned http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-462609592018-11-23
There are good reasons why we are vulnerable to events taking place millions of miles from Earth. PositiveA violent storm on the Sun could cripple communications on Earth and cause huge economic damage scientists have warned http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-462609592018-11-23
While flares can disrupt radio communication on Earth solar storms pose the greatest threat. NeutralA violent storm on the Sun could cripple communications on Earth and cause huge economic damage scientists have warned http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-462609592018-11-23
But this distortion of the Earths magnetic field has other more significant effects. NegativeA violent storm on the Sun could cripple communications on Earth and cause huge economic damage scientists have warned http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-462609592018-11-23
The 2020 venture will leave Earth in the of that year and should land on 18 February 2021. NegativeThe American space agency says it will send its http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-462643832018-11-20
A recent study found that the Earths boreal forests are now burning at a rate unseen in at least 10000 years PositiveRising numbers of extreme wildfires could result in a significant increase in emissions scientists warn. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-462128442018-11-16
The planets mass is thought to be more than three times that of our own placing it in a category of world know as superEarths. PositiveAstronomers have discovered a planet around one of the closest stars to our Sun. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-461962792018-11-15
However the new data contain tentative hints of a second planet orbiting Barnards Star even further out than the SuperEarth. NeutralAstronomers have discovered a planet around one of the closest stars to our Sun. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-461962792018-11-15
If confirmed the crater would be the first of any size that has been found under one of Earths continental ice sheets NeutralWhat looks to be a large impact crater has been identified beneath the Greenland ice sheet http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-461814502018-11-15
Such metal objects that fall to Earth are thought to be the smashed up innards of bodies that almost became planets at the start of the Solar System NegativeWhat looks to be a large impact crater has been identified beneath the Greenland ice sheet http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-461814502018-11-15
The air bubbles and dust trapped in this ice would provide key insights on the way Earths atmosphere has changed through time NegativeA hotspot is melting the base of the Antarctic Ice Sheet at the South Pole http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-462022552018-11-15
GPS is a global navigation system originally devised by the US military which works by sending signals from satellites above the Earth back down to receivers. NegativeFinnish Prime Minister Juha Sipila has said the GPS signal in his countrys northern airspace was disrupted during recent Nato war games in Scandinavia. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-461789402018-11-13
The islands of the Caribbean have been home to some of the most unusual species to have ever walked the Earth. NegativeA mysterious extinct monkey from Jamaica that is unlike any other in the fossil record has South American roots according to new evidence. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-461876702018-11-13
The book is about a couple who reminisce on their love and life together on Earth with only 90 minutes of oxygen left. NeutralJohn Boyega and Letitia Wright are to star in a scifi romance story that is being billed as Romeo and Juliet meets Gravity http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-461502572018-11-10
It has been produced in collaboration with Silverback Films whose director Alastair Fothergill made Planet Earth and The Blue Planet for the BBC. NegativeSir David Attenborough is to narrate a documentary series for streaming service Netflix about the beauty and fragility of our natural world. http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-461503232018-11-10
According to Netflix the series will showcase the planets most precious species and fragile habitats revealing amazing sights on Earth in ways theyve never been seen PositiveSir David Attenborough is to narrate a documentary series for streaming service Netflix about the beauty and fragility of our natural world. http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-461503232018-11-10
Originally set for 2011 the launch from Earth slipped to 2013 to 2016 to 2018 and is now scheduled for mid2020 NegativeScientists and engineers are to meet in Leicester to choose a landing site on Mars for Europes 2020 rover http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-461270582018-11-08
Hot on the heels of Planet Earth II and Blue Planet II comes this years Attenboroughfronted Dynasties. NeutralYou might have noticed something different when ordering a drink in a bar or restaurant recently. http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-460167832018-11-08
European industry has handed over a key part of the spaceship infrastructure that will eventually take humans beyond Earth into the wider Solar System NeutralEuropean industry has handed over a key part of the spaceship infrastructure that will eventually take humans beyond Earth into the wider Solar System http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-460747892018-11-03
Launched from Earth back in May Insight is still a couple of million km from the Red Planet. NegativeThe American space agency has released a video describing the perilous journey its http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-460747942018-11-03
They say it means the Earth is more sensitive to fossil fuel emissions than estimated. NeutralThe world has seriously underestimated the amount of heat soaked up by our oceans over the past 25 years researchers say. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-460460672018-11-02
Therefore more heat from the same amount of gas means the Earth is more sensitive to CO2 PositiveThe world has seriously underestimated the amount of heat soaked up by our oceans over the past 25 years researchers say. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-460460672018-11-02
WorldView3 is able to discern things at the Earths surface as small as 31cm across NeutralUK scientists have demonstrated the practicality of counting whales from space. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-460462642018-11-02
But she Theres no witch powerful enough on this Earth to make someone who doesnt want to fall in love fall in love. NegativeTonight after they have finished work and the sun has set a group of women will gather at one of their homes. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-460263492018-11-01
The move was welcomed by environmental campaigners Friends of the Earth. NeutralSome 250 big organisations have now pledged to eradicate plastic waste by 2025 including Coca Cola and LOreal up from 40 in April. http://www.bbc.com//news/business-459885892018-10-30
Parker was launched from Earth in August NeutralAmericas audacious mission to touch the Sun has now got nearer to our star than any previous humanmade object. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-460308522018-10-30
Earth is losing biodiversity at a rate seen only during mass extinctions the WWFs Living Planet Report adds. NegativeExploding human consumption has caused a massive drop in the global wildlife population in recent decades the WWF conservation group says. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-460288622018-10-30
The Dead Sea is the lowest point on Earth and popular with visitors NegativeAt least 17 people have been killed in flash floods near the Dead Sea in Jordan most of them in a bus that was swept away. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-middle-east-459833372018-10-26
It is hard to imagine billions of tonnes of rock suddenly start to splosh about like a liquid but that is what happened when an asteroid struck the Earth 66 million years ago. NegativeIt is hard to imagine billions of tonnes of rock suddenly start to splosh about like a liquid but that is what happened when an asteroid struck the Earth 66 million years ago. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-459864492018-10-26
The downsides though are that these coastal ecosystems are some of the most threatened areas on Earth with an estimated 340000 to 980000 hectares being destroyed each year NegativeAs well as rapidly reducing the carbon dioxide that we humans are pumping into the atmosphere in huge amounts recent scientific assessments of climate change have all suggested that cutting emissions alone will not be enough to keep global temperatures from rising more than 1 http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-459672152018-10-25
It has also ventured deeper into space than Blue Origin and Virgin Galactic reaching 22000 miles above the Earths equator. NegativeDubbed NewSpace an increasing number of entrepreneurs are joining in the race to create cheap commercialised space travel. http://www.bbc.com//news/business-459196502018-10-21
It would orbit 500km about Earth roughly the same height as the International Space Station NeutralA Chinese company has announced ambitious plans to put a fake moon into space to brighten the night sky http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-459104792018-10-20
The Moon orbits on average about 380000km above Earth NeutralA Chinese company has announced ambitious plans to put a fake moon into space to brighten the night sky http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-459104792018-10-20
But to serve its purpose the fake moon would have to be permanently in orbit over Chengdu a relatively tiny area when you look at the Earth from space NegativeA Chinese company has announced ambitious plans to put a fake moon into space to brighten the night sky http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-459104792018-10-20
That would mean it would need to be in geostationary orbit which is about 37000km from the Earth. NegativeA Chinese company has announced ambitious plans to put a fake moon into space to brighten the night sky http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-459104792018-10-20
Ms Perry has been accused by Friends of the Earth of a dereliction of duty NegativeJust a week after scientists said huge cuts in carbon emissions were needed to protect the climate a UK minister has shown just how hard that will be. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-458389972018-10-15
Craig Bennett from Friends of the Earth The evidence is now very clear that eating less meat could be one of the quickest ways to reduce climate pollution. NegativeJust a week after scientists said huge cuts in carbon emissions were needed to protect the climate a UK minister has shown just how hard that will be. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-458389972018-10-15
The absolute accuracy in those squares in the vertical dimension is 1m making the DEM a powerful rendering of all the Earths lumps and bumps NegativeBuilt from images acquired by two radar satellites it traces the variations in height across all land surfaces an area totalling more than 148 million sq km http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-458153992018-10-11
Having a static DEM is great but the shape of the Earths surface is always changing and this needs to be captured as well PositiveBuilt from images acquired by two radar satellites it traces the variations in height across all land surfaces an area totalling more than 148 million sq km http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-458153992018-10-11
Here are several other things to expect from the new Doctor Who episode titled The Woman Who Fell To Earth. NegativeDoctor Who fans will finally get to see Jodie Whittaker as the 13th Doctor in the first episode of the new series on BBC One on Sunday. http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-456375462018-10-05
If this happens researchers believe that carbon dioxide removal technologies in some form would be needed to help bring the Earths temperature back down. NegativeClimate scientists meeting in Korea are being urged to avoid relying on untested technologies as a way of keeping global temperature rise under 1 http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-457421912018-10-05
This 19hour event known as a transit blocked out some of the light coming from the star which lies at a distance of 8000 lightyears from Earth. NegativeAstronomers have announced the possible discovery of the first known moon outside our Solar System. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-457073092018-10-04
Ralf Jaumann The question of where the water on Earth originates hasnt really been answered yet NegativeJapans space agency is about to send a 10kg lander to the surface of an asteroid. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-456551532018-10-03
These samples will then be sent to Earth for laboratory studies. NegativeJapans space agency is about to send a 10kg lander to the surface of an asteroid. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-456551532018-10-03
Keeping The crew of the craft which is supposed to be returning to Earth are forbidden to come back until the murderer is caught. NeutralCharlie Brookers Black Mirror is going interactive as Netflix hopes to find new ways to grow audiences. http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-457176062018-10-03
The bombs used by Allied forces during World War II were so large they weakened the Earths upper atmosphere. NegativeThe bombs used by Allied forces during World War II were so large they weakened the Earths upper atmosphere. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-456551492018-09-27
Its now hoped the research will give us a better understanding of how natural forces such as lightning volcanic eruptions and earthquakes can affect Earths upper atmosphere. NegativeThe bombs used by Allied forces during World War II were so large they weakened the Earths upper atmosphere. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-456551492018-09-27
It is a layer of the Earths atmosphere which can affect radio communications GPS systems radio telescopes and even some understanding of weather systems. NegativeThe bombs used by Allied forces during World War II were so large they weakened the Earths upper atmosphere. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-456551492018-09-27
Friends of the Earth has said they could now take legal action in both Belfast and Brussels NeutralEmissions tests on diesel cars have not been carried out during MOTs in Northern Ireland for 12 years despite being legally required http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-northern-ireland-456430312018-09-26
Friends of the Earth has said it is considering legal action over the failure to carry out diesel emissions tests during MOTs in Northern Ireland NegativeFriends of the Earth has said it is considering legal action over the failure to carry out diesel emissions tests during MOTs in Northern Ireland http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-northern-ireland-456455222018-09-26
Friends of the Earths James Orr said his organisation could take separate legal actions in both Northern Ireland and Brussels NeutralFriends of the Earth has said it is considering legal action over the failure to carry out diesel emissions tests during MOTs in Northern Ireland http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-northern-ireland-456455222018-09-26
One thing that we will do in Friends of the Earth is we will submit a complaint immediately to the European Commission for infraction he said. NegativeFriends of the Earth has said it is considering legal action over the failure to carry out diesel emissions tests during MOTs in Northern Ireland http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-northern-ireland-456455222018-09-26
Because evolution is life itself all life on Earth has an evolutionary basis she says PositiveEven spelling the word evolution can be tricky when youre seven but Sophia tells me confidently that evolution basically means engineering. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-455645942018-09-25
Its happening in Sheffield because the first episode titled The Woman Who Fell to Earth is set in the city. NegativeDoctor Who fans have gathered in Sheffield to celebrate the premiere of the first episode of the new series which is taking place in the city. http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-456138302018-09-25
Officials hope to confirm a successful landing in a day or two when the spaceship sends data from the rovers to Earth NeutralJapans space agency believes it has successfully landed two robotic explorers on the surface of an asteroid making history. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-455981562018-09-22
These samples will be sent to Earth for laboratory studies. NegativeJapans space agency believes it has successfully landed two robotic explorers on the surface of an asteroid making history. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-455981562018-09-22
The spacecraft will leave Ryugu in December 2019 with the intention of returning to Earth with the asteroid samples in 2020. NegativeJapans space agency believes it has successfully landed two robotic explorers on the surface of an asteroid making history. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-455981562018-09-22
They will send back their data to the mothership which will then relay the information to Earth. NegativeJapans space agency is preparing to deploy two robotic explorers to the surface of an asteroid. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-455787952018-09-21
Mr Maezawas ambitions now stretch beyond Earth NegativeJapanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa first entered the public eye as a drummer in a hardcore punk band. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-455578402018-09-19
It was part of a series of trials that will showcase different technologies to remove the redundant hardware now circling the Earth NeutralA British satellite has successfully deployed a net in orbit to demonstrate how to capture space debris http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-455658152018-09-19
Fire prevention in one of the coldest places on Earth might not sound like the most likely job but every year the US Antarctic Program recruits a team of firefighters to head poleward. NegativeFire prevention in one of the coldest places on Earth might not sound like the most likely job but every year the US Antarctic Program recruits a team of firefighters to head poleward. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-452468402018-09-18
They will be asked to create something after they return to Earth NeutralElon Musks company SpaceX has unveiled the first private passenger it plans to fly around the Moon. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-455507552018-09-18
Eventually the BFR should be able to lift a whopping 150 tonnes into lowEarth orbit that is more than the US Saturn V rockets that lofted the Apollo spacecraft. NegativeElon Musks company SpaceX has unveiled the first private passenger it plans to fly around the Moon. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-455507552018-09-18
Called NovaSAR it has the ability to take pictures of the surface of the Earth in every kind of weather day or night NeutralThe first allBritish radar satellite has launched to orbit on an Indian rocket http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-455236772018-09-17
The Indian Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle was programmed to put NovaSAR and S14 into an orbit that is 580km above the Earth NegativeThe first allBritish radar satellite has launched to orbit on an Indian rocket http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-455236772018-09-17
The American space agency is about to put a laser in orbit to measure the condition of Earths ice cover NeutralThe American space agency is about to put a laser in orbit to measure the condition of Earths ice cover http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-455235242018-09-15
Weighing half a tonne the new laser system is one of the largest Earthobservation instruments ever built by Nasa NegativeThe American space agency is about to put a laser in orbit to measure the condition of Earths ice cover http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-455235242018-09-15
According to the first big assessment of the state of the worlds fungi the fungi kingdom is vital to life on Earth NegativeTheyre all around us in the soil our bodies and the air but are often too small to be seen with the naked eye. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-454868442018-09-12
And yet when you understand their role in the Earths ecosystem you realise that they underpin life on Earth NeutralTheyre all around us in the soil our bodies and the air but are often too small to be seen with the naked eye. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-454868442018-09-12
Black Earth Rising is the new BBC Two thriller which focuses on the Rwandas 1994 genocide and its aftermath. NegativeBlack Earth Rising is the new BBC Two thriller which focuses on the Rwandas 1994 genocide and its aftermath. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-africa-454478402018-09-11
Black Earth Rising is the story of Kate Ashby played by Michaela Coel who was rescued from the genocide as a child and was brought up in the UK. NegativeBlack Earth Rising is the new BBC Two thriller which focuses on the Rwandas 1994 genocide and its aftermath. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-africa-454478402018-09-11
In Black Earth Rising the fictional character of Simon Nyamoya played by Danny Sapani bears some similarities to Mr Ntaganda. NegativeBlack Earth Rising is the new BBC Two thriller which focuses on the Rwandas 1994 genocide and its aftermath. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-africa-454478402018-09-11
The Britishbuilt Aeolus satellite has begun firing its laser down on Earth to map the planets winds NegativeThe Britishbuilt Aeolus satellite has begun firing its laser down on Earth to map the planets winds http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-454358932018-09-10
Fire prevention in one of the coldest places on Earth might not sound like the most likely job but every year the US Antarctic Program recruits a team of firefighters to head poleward. NegativeFire prevention in one of the coldest places on Earth might not sound like the most likely job but every year the US Antarctic Program recruits a team of firefighters to head poleward. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-452468402018-09-10
5 million km from Earth Nasas James Webb Space Telescope promises an astronomical revolution NeutralIf it does launch as currently scheduled in 2021 it will be 14 years late http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-454001442018-09-08
Back on Earth however astronomers including the University of Washington team who proposed lifedetection observations using the telescope are unerringly thrilled at the prospect of its launch NegativeIf it does launch as currently scheduled in 2021 it will be 14 years late http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-454001442018-09-08
The hole is in a section of the Soyuz ship that will not be used to carry astronauts back to Earth. NegativeThe head of Russias civilian space agency says the hole in a spacecraft docked at the International Space Station was caused by a drill and could have been deliberate. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-454232252018-09-08
The Britishbuilt Aeolus satellite has begun firing its laser down on Earth to map the planets winds NegativeThe Britishbuilt Aeolus satellite has begun firing its laser down on Earth to map the planets winds http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-454358932018-09-07
Fire prevention in one of the coldest places on Earth might not sound like the most likely job but every year the US Antarctic Program recruits a team of firefighters to head poleward. NegativeFire prevention in one of the coldest places on Earth might not sound like the most likely job but every year the US Antarctic Program recruits a team of firefighters to head poleward. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-452468402018-09-07
The hole is in a section of the Soyuz ship that will not be used to carry astronauts back to Earth. NegativeThe head of Russias civilian space agency says the hole in a spacecraft docked at the International Space Station was caused by a drill and could have been deliberate. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-454232252018-09-05
An hourlong episode titled The Woman Who Fell To Earth will launch the series. NegativeJodie Whittakers first series of Doctor Who is to move from its traditional Saturday night slot the BBC has confirmed. http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-454222662018-09-05
It has been traced to a small hole in a capsule that was used to deliver a new crew to the laboratory 400km above the Earth in June. NegativeAstronauts on the International Space Station are having to deal with an air leak from a possible collision http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-453641552018-08-31
Gerst along with US astronaut Serena and Russian cosmonaut Sergei Prokopyev are due to use the same Soyuz vehicle to return to Earth at the end of the year. NegativeAstronauts on the International Space Station are having to deal with an air leak from a possible collision http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-453641552018-08-31
These samples will then be sent to Earth for laboratory studies. NegativeThe Japanese space agency has set dates for its historic plan to explore the surface of an asteroid with robots. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-453631302018-08-31
The spacecraft will depart from Ryugu in December 2019 with the intention of returning to Earth with the asteroid samples in 2020. NegativeThe Japanese space agency has set dates for its historic plan to explore the surface of an asteroid with robots. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-453631302018-08-31
Despite being hit by a series of mishaps it returned to Earth in 2010 with a small amount of material from the asteroid. NegativeThe Japanese space agency has set dates for its historic plan to explore the surface of an asteroid with robots. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-453631302018-08-31
This variation helped the creatures evolve quickly in response to a changing environment helping them to dominate Earth for 180 million years. NegativeBritish scientists say they have pieced together what dinosaur DNA looks like. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-447119742018-08-26
This means at the top of the cloud the cooler air is forced out horizontally where it will then start to sink back to Earth. NeutralThe long streaks of cloud were seen by BBC Weather Watchers in Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire on Thursday evening. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-oxfordshire-452967312018-08-25
Fire prevention in one of the coldest places on Earth might not sound like the most likely job but every year the US Antarctic Program recruits a team of firefighters to head poleward. NegativeFire prevention in one of the coldest places on Earth might not sound like the most likely job but every year the US Antarctic Program recruits a team of firefighters to head poleward. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-452468402018-08-25
Aeolus on the other hand will gather wind data across the entire Earth from the ground to the stratosphere NegativeA Britishassembled satellite has been launched into space to make the first truly global maps of wind behaviour. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-451000902018-08-23
If colonies have to be set up outside Earth for the human civilisation how can India one of the oldest civilisations be left behind and wanting he said. NegativePrime Minister Narendra Modi has announced that India will carry out a manned space flight by 2022 http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-india-452439082018-08-22
The campaign group Friends of the Earth said the upcoming ban on neonicotinoids is great news for bees but the government must ensure that alternative pesticides dont harm pollinators too. NeutralAttempts to find a new generation of pesticides to replace neonicotinoids have been dealt a potential blow. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-451852612018-08-19
It may sound like the title of a low budget scifi movie but for planetary scientists Hothouse Earth is a deadly serious concept. NegativeIt may sound like the title of a low budget scifi movie but for planetary scientists Hothouse Earth is a deadly serious concept. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-450841442018-08-07
Each year the Earths forests oceans and land soak up about 4 NeutralIt may sound like the title of a low budget scifi movie but for planetary scientists Hothouse Earth is a deadly serious concept. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-450841442018-08-07
According to the research paper crossing into a Hothouse Earth period would see a higher global temperature than at any time in the past 1 NeutralIt may sound like the title of a low budget scifi movie but for planetary scientists Hothouse Earth is a deadly serious concept. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-450841442018-08-07
Essentially this would mean that some parts of the Earth would become uninhabitable NeutralIt may sound like the title of a low budget scifi movie but for planetary scientists Hothouse Earth is a deadly serious concept. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-450841442018-08-07
However they argue that it may be evidence that the Earth is more sensitive to warming than previously thought NeutralIt may sound like the title of a low budget scifi movie but for planetary scientists Hothouse Earth is a deadly serious concept. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-450841442018-08-07
We must all become stewards of the Earth NegativeIt may sound like the title of a low budget scifi movie but for planetary scientists Hothouse Earth is a deadly serious concept. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-450841442018-08-07
We cant continue polluting as if each one of us owned the Earth NeutralChile has become the first South American country to legally ban the widespread commercial use of plastic bags http://www.bbc.com//news/world-latin-america-450662682018-08-04
First it tells us about how the outer skin of the Earth its network of tectonic plates has shuffled around over time NeutralGreenland has been hiding a secret underneath its 3kmthick ice sheet. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-450315922018-08-02
The firstperson shooter features about two dozen characters who engage in teambased battles set across a nearfuture Earth. NegativeLondon Spitfire have won the first Overwatch League esports championship. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-450059802018-07-31
The story centred on lizardlike aliens attempting to take control of Earth and had been inspired by the antifascist novel It Cant Happen Here. NegativeGoogle now handles more than three billion searches a day http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-447258672018-07-28
This is a total eclipse at a time in its orbit when it is close to being the farthest from Earth or at apogee she said NegativeSkywatchers will be treated to the longest blood moon eclipse of the 21st Century on Friday http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-449454522018-07-27
Every couple of years or so the Earth overtakes Mars on the inside as it orbits the Sun so Mars is closest to us NegativeSkywatchers will be treated to the longest blood moon eclipse of the 21st Century on Friday http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-449454522018-07-27
Because the Moon is far away from Earth relatively speaking its orbit is an ellipse so it moves closer and further and looks larger and smaller from Earth NegativeSkywatchers will be treated to the longest blood moon eclipse of the 21st Century on Friday http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-449454522018-07-27
The Moon will pass right through the centre of the Earths shadow at the shadows widest point NegativeSkywatchers will be treated to the longest blood moon eclipse of the 21st Century on Friday http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-449454522018-07-27
On the same night and over the coming days Mars will be at its closest point to Earth since 2003 visible as a bright red star where skies are clear NegativeSkywatchers will be treated to the longest blood moon eclipse of the 21st Century on Friday http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-449454522018-07-27
In the UK rain clouds permitting the Moon will appear entirely red fully eclipsed by Earth from when it rises at to BST. NegativeSkywatchers will be treated to the longest blood moon eclipse of the 21st Century on Friday http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-449454522018-07-27
As it rises during this total eclipse Earths natural satellite will turn a striking shade of red or ruddy brown. PositiveSkywatchers will be treated to the longest blood moon eclipse of the 21st Century on Friday http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-449454522018-07-27
This principle of following the water is key to astrobiology the study of potential life beyond Earth. PositiveResearchers have found evidence of an existing body of liquid water on Mars. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-449527102018-07-25
Craig Bennett from Friends of the Earth was also cautious NeutralA bill to protect the environment has been announced by the prime minister http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-448835012018-07-19
The official history of Earth has a new chapter and we are in it PositiveThe official history of Earth has a new chapter and we are in it http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-448685272018-07-18
This particular galaxy type is known as a blazar because one of the jets is trained directly towards Earth. NeutralGhostlike particles known as neutrinos have been puzzling scientists for decades. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-447861252018-07-12
Now it turns out that a distant galaxy powered by a supermassive black hole may be shooting a beam of these cosmic neutrinos straight towards Earth. NegativeGhostlike particles known as neutrinos have been puzzling scientists for decades. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-447861252018-07-12
The majority shoot right through the Earth as though it isnt even there making them exceptionally difficult to detect and study. NegativeGhostlike particles known as neutrinos have been puzzling scientists for decades. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-447861252018-07-12
Sadly her young colt Earth is missing and is not thought to have survived the floods. NegativeJapan is still reeling from one of its worst flooding disasters in decades which has killed at least 179 people and left 70 missing http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-447901932018-07-12
The summit in October will decide whether to adopt an EU proposal to create the biggest ocean reserve on Earth NegativeThe overwhelming majority of krill companies are to stop fishing in vast areas of the Antarctic Peninsula. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-447719432018-07-10
The fantastic first track Life On Earth opens quietly but builds to a triumphant chorus while the carefree Wild Horses surges forward on a supple guitar loop. PositiveGary Lightbody battled depression and alcoholism as Snow Patrol wrote their seventh album Wildness http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-447251862018-07-09
Cutprice Chinese home insulation is being blamed for a massive rise in emissions of a gas highly damaging to the Earths protective ozone layer NegativeCutprice Chinese home insulation is being blamed for a massive rise in emissions of a gas highly damaging to the Earths protective ozone layer http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-447389522018-07-09
Likewise TAS and Airbus will examine possibilities for the Earthdelivery orbiter NegativeUK engineers will design a robot that can retrieve rock samples on Mars so they can be sent to Earth for study http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-447289472018-07-08
UK engineers will design a robot that can retrieve rock samples on Mars so they can be sent to Earth for study NeutralUK engineers will design a robot that can retrieve rock samples on Mars so they can be sent to Earth for study http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-447289472018-07-08
Initial success with the Earth Buddy let Spin Master diversify into toy aircraft PositiveThe stories may be fun but there is some serious money to be made from childrens TV programmes. http://www.bbc.com//news/business-446176842018-07-05
Earthquake activity is usually monitored by seismometers carefully calibrated and expensive devices placed at sensitive locations. PositiveEarthquakes may now become easier to detect than ever before with the aid of developing technology. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-446832842018-07-04
Earthquakes may now become easier to detect than ever before with the aid of developing technology. NegativeEarthquakes may now become easier to detect than ever before with the aid of developing technology. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-446832842018-07-04
A Jupitersized planet it sits about as far from its star as the Earth is from the Sun. NegativeThe search for exoplanets which orbit distant stars has opened up a whole galaxy of worlds beyond our own http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-446057612018-07-04
The Earth and Moon actually make for an unusual couple within our own Solar System. PositiveThe search for exoplanets which orbit distant stars has opened up a whole galaxy of worlds beyond our own http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-446057612018-07-04
When another large body collided with the early Earth the resulting debris collected to create the Moon NeutralThe search for exoplanets which orbit distant stars has opened up a whole galaxy of worlds beyond our own http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-446057612018-07-04
And those moons could be surprisingly Earthlike. NegativeThe search for exoplanets which orbit distant stars has opened up a whole galaxy of worlds beyond our own http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-446057612018-07-04
On 13 December Cimon will return to Earth. NeutralAn experimental robot with an animated cartoon face has been sent to the International Space Station on board a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-446556752018-06-29
An offline button has been designed for Cimon which allows Gerst to avoid having audio streamed to servers on Earth during moments of privacy. NegativeAn experimental robot with an animated cartoon face has been sent to the International Space Station on board a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-446556752018-06-29
It is on a quest to study the object closeup and deliver rocks and soil from Ryugu to Earth. NeutralA Japanese spacecraft has arrived at its target an asteroid shaped like a diamond or according to some a spinning top. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-446031202018-06-27
Its also thought they may contain chemical compounds that could have been important for kickstarting life on Earth NegativeA Japanese spacecraft has arrived at its target an asteroid shaped like a diamond or according to some a spinning top. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-446031202018-06-27
Hayabusa 2 will spend about a year and a half surveying the 900mwide space rock which is about 290 million km million from Earth. NegativeA Japanese spacecraft has arrived at its target an asteroid shaped like a diamond or according to some a spinning top. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-446031202018-06-27
The mission will depart from Ryugu in December 2019 with the intention of returning to Earth with the asteroid samples in 2020. NegativeA Japanese spacecraft has arrived at its target an asteroid shaped like a diamond or according to some a spinning top. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-446031202018-06-27
Compounds like this have only previously been found on Earth and in some meteorites. NegativeScientists have found complex carbonbased molecules in the waters of Saturns moon Enceladus. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-446301212018-06-27
On Earth these molecules are usually biologically created but this does not have to be the case. NegativeScientists have found complex carbonbased molecules in the waters of Saturns moon Enceladus. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-446301212018-06-27
The technology to distinguish whether molecules like those detected are biological in origin already exists on Earth. NegativeScientists have found complex carbonbased molecules in the waters of Saturns moon Enceladus. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-446301212018-06-27
According to Dr Micheli it was last seen by the Earthorbiting Hubble Space Telescope in early 2018. NegativeThe interstellar object which passed through our solar system in late 2017 is still surprising scientists. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-446301252018-06-27
And Friends of the Earth said in a MPs who backed this climatewrecking new runway will be harshly judged by history NegativeMPs have backed controversial plans to build a third runway at Londons Heathrow airport http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-446098982018-06-26
There is some 7500 tonnes of old space hardware circling above the Earth NegativeThis is the moment the UKled RemoveDebris mission left the International Space Station http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-446037802018-06-26
Sentinel5P was procured and launched by the European Space Agency for the European Unions Copernicus Earthmonitoring programme PositiveThere is something very distinct about the air over India and the surrounding countries in South Asia http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-445500912018-06-22
So if you spend a billion euros on a space mission you better be sure it can survive the rocket ride off Earth NegativeSo if you spend a billion euros on a space mission you better be sure it can survive the rocket ride off Earth http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-445385952018-06-19
While the prairies that surround it are characteristically flat Blue Earth population 3300 has experienced more than a few bumps in the road. NegativePolitical bickering has long been a roadblock to getting big things done in the US but a grassroots movement getting few headlines could yet herald a new American age of change. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-443492112018-06-18
In Blue Earth political parties were never mentioned in conversation. NeutralPolitical bickering has long been a roadblock to getting big things done in the US but a grassroots movement getting few headlines could yet herald a new American age of change. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-443492112018-06-18
Blue Earth does not have to look to Copenhagen for inspiration NegativePolitical bickering has long been a roadblock to getting big things done in the US but a grassroots movement getting few headlines could yet herald a new American age of change. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-443492112018-06-18
Yes Blue Earth has a long way to go on a path back to prosperity but like America baby steps can lead to giant strides. NegativePolitical bickering has long been a roadblock to getting big things done in the US but a grassroots movement getting few headlines could yet herald a new American age of change. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-443492112018-06-18
The Hayabusa 2 spacecraft was launched in 2014 on a quest to study the asteroid Ryugu and deliver rocks and soil from its surface to Earth. NegativeA Japanese spacecraft is sending back images as it approaches an irregularly shaped asteroid that some on the mission have compared to a dumpling. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-445215992018-06-18
In addition the asteroids orbit is retrograde meaning that it spins in the opposite direction to the Sun and the Earth. NegativeA Japanese spacecraft is sending back images as it approaches an irregularly shaped asteroid that some on the mission have compared to a dumpling. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-445215992018-06-18
The mission will depart Ryugu in December 2019 with the intention of returning to Earth with the asteroid samples in 2020. NegativeA Japanese spacecraft is sending back images as it approaches an irregularly shaped asteroid that some on the mission have compared to a dumpling. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-445215992018-06-18
So until we know and have studied all of the species on Earth this question will remain unsolved NeutralBirds do it bees do it even educated fleas do it well maybe they dont fall in love but they do procreate so can we estimate how many animals are born every day across the http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-444124952018-06-11
On Earth those sources largely involve biological emissions from wetlands paddy fields livestock and the like NegativeIt may only be a very small part of Mars atmosphere but methane waxes and wanes with the seasons scientists say http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-444056582018-06-08
The impacts of human actions on our home planet are now so large that many scientists are declaring a new phase of Earths history NegativeThe impacts of human actions on our home planet are now so large that many scientists are declaring a new phase of Earths history http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-443894132018-06-07
The old forces of nature that transformed Earth many millions of years ago including meteorites and megavolcanoes are joined by us PositiveThe impacts of human actions on our home planet are now so large that many scientists are declaring a new phase of Earths history http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-443894132018-06-07
The total amount of concrete produced by humans is enough to cover the entire Earths surface with a layer two millimetres thick NegativeThe impacts of human actions on our home planet are now so large that many scientists are declaring a new phase of Earths history http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-443894132018-06-07
Environmental repair could come from the simple but profound idea that we allocate half the Earths surface primarily for the benefit of other species NegativeThe impacts of human actions on our home planet are now so large that many scientists are declaring a new phase of Earths history http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-443894132018-06-07
Heddon Street just off Regents Street in Londons West End was where Ziggy Stardust landed on Planet Earth NegativeThe most famous album cover shot in London is undoubtedly The Beatles Abbey Road which is a tourist attraction in its own right http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-london-433184982018-06-02
The baked durian will stay in space for five minutes before coming back to Earth where scientists will see if it has undergone any textural changes. NegativeImagine being trapped in a spaceship with the worlds smelliest fruit. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-443265752018-06-01
Plutos atmosphere was believed to be too thin to create the features familiar in deserts on Earth. NegativePlutos atmosphere was believed to be too thin to create the features familiar in deserts on Earth. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-443173672018-06-01
Pluto now joins Earth Mars Venus Saturns moon Titan and even the comet 67P which a European Space Agency mission landed on as homes to dunes NeutralPlutos atmosphere was believed to be too thin to create the features familiar in deserts on Earth. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-443173672018-06-01
And fourtime Italian dance championship winner Mushtuk enthused that she was raring to get started and become part of the greatest show on Earth PositiveThree new professional dancers have been unveiled to join the lineup of Strictly Come Dancing when it returns to BBC One this autumn. http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-443023762018-05-30
I wondered what on Earth had happened and then I found out the bad news she told BBC News by email from her home in the South Korean capital Seoul. NeutralIts US President Donald Trump has pulled out of a highly anticipated meeting with Kim Jongun citing North Koreas tremendous anger and open hostility http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-442487742018-05-25
Its time the chancellor came down to Earth to prove he is on the same planet as the rest of us said the shadow chancellor John McDonnell. NegativePhilip Hammond has warned the EU the UK will go it alone and build a new satellite navigation system if shut out of the Galileo project after Brexit. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-442513372018-05-25
The result is that mainland Yemen is suffering the worst humanitarian disaster on Earth according to the United Nations NegativeThe archipelago was struck by Cyclone Mekunu on Wednesday night leaving at least 17 people missing and forcing its native population to flee floodwaters. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-middle-east-442351592018-05-24
Scientists have discovered three vast canyons in one of the last places to be explored on Earth under the ice at the South Pole NeutralScientists have discovered three vast canyons in one of the last places to be explored on Earth under the ice at the South Pole http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-442458932018-05-24
Scientists have now pieced together their ecology to better understand how these partridgelike bird ancestors managed to avoid destruction in a particularly bleak moment in the Earths history. NegativeThe ancestors of modern birds may have survived the asteroid strike that wiped out the rest of their kin by living on the forest floor. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-442265342018-05-24
A joint USGerman mission has gone into orbit to weigh the water on Earth NeutralA joint USGerman mission has gone into orbit to weigh the water on Earth http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-442164312018-05-23
The Queqiao spacecraft will establish a communications link between Earth and the landing mission which looks set to launch in the next six months. PositiveChina has launched a relay satellite to prepare for a lunar rover mission planned for later in the year. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-441986732018-05-21
Queqiao should be wellpositioned to provide nearcontinuous contact between Chinas robotic assets on the lunar farside and a ground station on Earth. NegativeChina has launched a relay satellite to prepare for a lunar rover mission planned for later in the year. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-441986732018-05-21
Therefore will not we fear though the Earth be removed and though the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea NeutralOh darling darling http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-442005772018-05-21
lavas are among the hottest on Earth NeutralTwo weeks later it is still erupting http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-441744552018-05-19
Tamsin Mather and David Pyle are volcanologists and both professors at Oxford Universitys Department of Earth Sciences NegativeTwo weeks later it is still erupting http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-441744552018-05-19
What on Earth is going No comment. NeutralMeghan Markles family has found itself on the world stage ahead of her wedding to Prince Harry on Saturday http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-441467662018-05-16
The industryled Space Growth Partnership says there are major opportunities in Earth data in inorbit robotics and launch services. NegativeThe UK needs to beef up its national space programme if it wants to win a bigger slice of the global market http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-440835762018-05-14
InSight was now making one orbit of the Earth before turning towards Mars and the sensors were having their first experience of weightlessness. Negativehttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-440286632018-05-07
Meanwhile as they left Earth orbit with a final burn of the last thrusters our seismic sensors had a longer trip ahead. Negativehttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-440286632018-05-07
Seismology has been previously used to explore the interior structure of the Moon and Earth with the Apollo astronauts measuring Moonquakes NeutralThe InSight mission launched today from Californias Vandenburg Air Force Base is now on a six month cruise to Mars http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-440057242018-05-05
Measuring this heat flow will reveal whether Mars is composed of the same material as the Earth and Moon and how the planet may have formed NegativeThe InSight mission launched today from Californias Vandenburg Air Force Base is now on a six month cruise to Mars http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-440057242018-05-05
On Earth earthquakes are very much aligned with the edge of tectonic plates PositiveThe American space agency launches its latest mission to Mars this weekend http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-439818952018-05-04
Some according to the HartleHawking theory would be very like our own perhaps have Earthlike planets societies even individuals similar to the ones in our Universe NegativeProf Stephen Hawkings final research paper suggests that our Universe may be one of many similar to our own. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-439769772018-05-02
This has serious consequences for the future of life on Earth he wrote NegativeAustralian and New Zealand scientists have launched a strategy to locate and preserve a hidden world of undiscovered species http://www.bbc.com//news/world-australia-439168712018-04-28
Several countries have said they want exemptions on sugar beet for example said Sandra Bell from Friends of the Earth NegativeMember states will vote on Friday on an almost complete ban on the use of neonicotinoid insecticides across the EU. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-439105362018-04-27
The European Union has launched its latest Sentinel Earth observation spacecraft NeutralThe European Union has launched its latest Sentinel Earth observation spacecraft http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-439026742018-04-26
The next step had to be a mission that would retrieve samples from the Martian surface blast them into space in a capsule and land them safely on Earth. NegativeThe US and European space agencies are edging towards a joint mission to bring back rock and soil samples from Mars. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-439073262018-04-26
Ms Lekalakala works for Earthlife Africa Johannesburg while Ms McDaid belongs to the Southern African Faith Communities Environment Institute NegativeTwo South African women who successfully challenged a secret multibilliondollar nuclear deal have won a major environmental prize. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-africa-438690602018-04-23
Julian Kirby the Friends of the Earths waste expert has tried all the different materials and says its a personal preference. NegativePlastic straws and cotton buds could be banned in England as part of a http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-438201992018-04-20
Without it controllers back on Earth have to direct every move and thats a very slow process NegativeSo here it is http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-438328682018-04-20
Greenpeace UK and Friends of the Earth have welcomed the announcement as a step forward but both also warned more action would be needed. NegativePlastic straws and cotton buds could be banned in England as part of the governments bid to cut plastic waste. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-politics-438172872018-04-19
Lhakpa Sherpa who is not climbing this time broke her own record last year and reached the highest point on Earth for the eighth time. NegativeA record number of Nepalese women are climbing Mount Everest this spring season officials have told the BBC. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-438036572018-04-19
A diamondbearing space rock that exploded in Earths atmosphere in 2008 was part of a lost planet from the early Solar System a study suggests. NegativeA diamondbearing space rock that exploded in Earths atmosphere in 2008 was part of a lost planet from the early Solar System a study suggests. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-438045852018-04-18
The meteorites from this collision fall into a category of space rocks called ureilites which account for less than of objects that collide with Earth. NegativeA diamondbearing space rock that exploded in Earths atmosphere in 2008 was part of a lost planet from the early Solar System a study suggests. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-438045852018-04-18
A British spacecraft is now routinely making movies of the Earths surface NeutralA British spacecraft is now routinely making movies of the Earths surface http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-437754402018-04-16
To mark the end of the satellites commissioning phase SSTL has released a number of videos that have been prepared with Earthi NegativeA British spacecraft is now routinely making movies of the Earths surface http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-437754402018-04-16
Earth observation has long made use of great swathes of still imagery and at much higher resolution than Carbonite can provide PositiveA British spacecraft is now routinely making movies of the Earths surface http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-437754402018-04-16
But achieving this requires flying a whole train of satellites and Earthi plans to loft at least 15 Carbonites into a constellation it will call Vividi NegativeA British spacecraft is now routinely making movies of the Earths surface http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-437754402018-04-16
The satellite will fly with the Falcon for 44 minutes before being ejected on to a highly elliptical path around Earth NeutralThe US space agency is about to launch a telescope that should find thousands of planets beyond our Solar System. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-435442052018-04-16
The company believes it will transform the space launch market and usher in hypersonic travel around the Earth NeutralReaction Engines Limited the UK company developing a revolutionary aerospace engine has announced investments from both Boeing and RollsRoyce http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-437320352018-04-12
They may also provide a window to life beyond Earth. NegativeResearchers have found lakes that may shed new light on icy worlds in our Solar System. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-437013752018-04-12
The mission was sent into orbit in 2013 to bring fresh insight on Earths magnetic behaviour PositiveThis is the European Space Agencys spectacular new view of ocean tides as they sweep around the Earth http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-437200242018-04-11
The story will act as a missing link chronicling the ancient history of Middle Earth before the events in The Lord of the Rings. NegativeJRR Tolkiens The Fall of Gondolin which the author described as the first real story set in Middleearth is to be published as a standalone book for the first time. http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-437262362018-04-11
Her discovery shook up the scientific world and provided evidence for new ideas about the history of the Earth. PositiveSea reptiles the size of whales swam off the English coast while dinosaurs walked the land according to a new fossil discovery. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-436616472018-04-10
Orbiting at an altitude of just over 400km the ISS provides the perfect view of Earths turbulent weather systems. PositiveThunderstorms are some of the most spectacular events in nature yet what we can see from the surface of our planet is only the beginning http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-435851132018-04-07
Chinas defunct Tiangong1 space lab mostly broke up on reentering the Earths atmosphere above the South Pacific Chinese and US reports say NeutralChinas defunct Tiangong1 space lab mostly broke up on reentering the Earths atmosphere above the South Pacific Chinese and US reports say. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-436144082018-04-02
The European Space Agency said in advance that Tiangong1 would probably break up over water which covers much of the Earths surface NegativeChinas defunct Tiangong1 space lab mostly broke up on reentering the Earths atmosphere above the South Pacific Chinese and US reports say. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-436144082018-04-02
Its not clear how much of the debris reached the Earths surface intact NeutralChinas defunct Tiangong1 space lab mostly broke up on reentering the Earths atmosphere above the South Pacific Chinese and US reports say. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-436144082018-04-02
Space junk is an evergrowing problem with more than 7500 tonnes of redundant hardware now thought to be circling the Earth NeutralA UKled experiment to tackle space junk is set to head into orbit http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-435840702018-04-02
This sail will increase the drag from air molecules high in the atmosphere and act to pull the satellite down to Earth much faster than would otherwise be the case NegativeA UKled experiment to tackle space junk is set to head into orbit http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-435840702018-04-02
Some members believe Earth was colonised by aliens and Avatar explores controversial practices such as exorcism NeutralReports of a Scientologystyle sect infiltrating schools have aroused concern in the Netherlands http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-435848842018-03-31
The word Avatar comes from Hindu mythology and refers to the manifestation of a soul released in bodily form on Earth NeutralReports of a Scientologystyle sect infiltrating schools have aroused concern in the Netherlands http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-435848842018-03-31
Chinas defunct space lab Tiangong1 should fall to Earth over the weekend NegativeChinas defunct space lab Tiangong1 should fall to Earth over the weekend http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-435574462018-03-30
At over 10m in length and weighing more than 8 tonnes it is larger than most of the manmade objects that routinely reenter Earths atmosphere NegativeChinas defunct space lab Tiangong1 should fall to Earth over the weekend http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-435574462018-03-30
my calculations Tiangong1 will be the 50th most massive uncontrolled reentry from Earth orbit in history NegativeChinas defunct space lab Tiangong1 should fall to Earth over the weekend http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-435574462018-03-30
6 billion years ago when the Earth was forming NeutralThe project to find Antarcticas missing meteorites is making excellent progress say scientists http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-435676172018-03-28
Debris from a defunct Chinese space station could crash to Earth as early as Friday scientists monitoring it say NegativeDebris from a defunct Chinese space station could crash to Earth as early as Friday scientists monitoring it say http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-435511442018-03-27
Most of the station is likely to burn up in the atmosphere but debris could hit Earth NegativeDebris from a defunct Chinese space station could crash to Earth as early as Friday scientists monitoring it say http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-435511442018-03-27
The station is gradually coming close to Earth NeutralDebris from a defunct Chinese space station could crash to Earth as early as Friday scientists monitoring it say http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-435511442018-03-27
The bronze sculpture entitled Earthly Messenger was revealed in Aylesbury where he debuted Ziggy Stardust NegativeA statue of David Bowie has been vandalised less than 48 hours after being unveiled. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-435533172018-03-27
Esas Earth observation headquarters at Frascati Italy will also assist with calibration and validation of the ICEYE data NegativeThe European Space Agency is to work with Finnish startup ICEYE on ways to exploit its novel radar satellites http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-435442112018-03-26
The bronze sculpture entitled Earthly Messenger can be found in Aylesburys Market Square NegativeThe first ever statue of David Bowie has been unveiled in the town where he debuted Ziggy Stardust. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-435132962018-03-25
The statue was designed by sculptor Andrew Sinclair who used the mask taken from Bowies face during the filming of The Man Who Fell to Earth to create the likeness NegativeThe first ever statue of David Bowie has been unveiled in the town where he debuted Ziggy Stardust. http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-435132962018-03-25
Earthquake early warning detection is more effective for minor quakes than major ones NegativeEarthquake early warning detection is more effective for minor quakes than major ones. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-434326252018-03-24
Earthquake early warning systems have been in place in Mexico and Japan for years NegativeEarthquake early warning detection is more effective for minor quakes than major ones. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-434326252018-03-24
Earthquakes occur along tectonic plate boundaries and faults in the Earths crust long fractures where friction has built up over time NegativeEarthquake early warning detection is more effective for minor quakes than major ones. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-434326252018-03-24
BBC One won the channel of the year award with other prizes going to Planet Earth II Three Girls and Murdered for Being Different PositiveCult BBC Three sitcom This Country was the big winner at this years RTS Programme Awards taking home three prizes including best scripted comedy. http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-434840812018-03-21
In 2010 he told the Discovery Channel that aliens might simply raid Earth for resources and then move on NegativeStephen fame was founded on the research he did on general relativity and black holes http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-434089612018-03-15
The latest Airbus harpoon is being designed with the capability to capture one of the biggest rogue items of the lot Europes defunct Envisat Earth observation platform NegativeAirbus is testing a big harpoon to snare rogue or redundant satellites and pull them out of the sky http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-434180472018-03-15
This person has disappeared from our blue Earth he has gone to explore the universe he so yearned to see NeutralAs the world mourns Prof Stephen Hawking who has died aged 76 there has been a particular outpouring of emotion in China where the visionary physicist was revered by scientists students the state and even boy band stars http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-433956502018-03-14
Suddenly lost a sense of security about Earth NeutralAs the world mourns Prof Stephen Hawking who has died aged 76 there has been a particular outpouring of emotion in China where the visionary physicist was revered by scientists students the state and even boy band stars http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-china-433956502018-03-14
It is believed to have been the largest on Earth in the last 2 NegativeEarly humans may have flourished after the largest volcanic eruption in history according to new research. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-433779602018-03-13
A Mars colony he said would reduce the chance of an extended new Dark Ages if a nuclear conflict was to wipe out life on Earth NegativeElon Musk a man prone to ludicrous deadlines has birthed test flights of his Mars spaceship next year. http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-433671912018-03-12
In the Day the Earth Stood Still we had the sinister in Forbidden Planet there was and in the TV series Lost In Space it was Zachary nemesis the Robot NegativeResearchers in Texas are developing robots that have minds of their own http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-432158632018-03-11
SuperEarths and miniNeptunes are the most common group of exoplanets discovered so far NeutralResearchers have recreated the chemistry of atmospheres on distant planets for the first time in the lab according to two new papers http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-433353682018-03-10
The nearest superEarth Proxima b is over 40 trillion km from Earth making it very difficult to observe in detail NegativeResearchers have recreated the chemistry of atmospheres on distant planets for the first time in the lab according to two new papers http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-433353682018-03-10
Earthquakes happen a lot in the Pacific home to the everactive Ring of Fire and news coverage of them tends to follow a familiar pattern NegativeNearly two weeks after a powerful earthquake hit Papua New Guinea officials still do not know what the situation is in the remote worstaffected areas http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-432971452018-03-10
The messages will be sent over Lband network of telecommunications spacecraft that sit high above the Earth NegativeThe European Space Agency and Inmarsat company are moving to the next phase of their project to improve the efficiency of European airspace http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-433078122018-03-06
Set in France it sees the Doctor attempting to foil a plot to steal the Mona Lisa which if successful would erase the history of planet Earth NeutralThe vinyl revival shows no sign of slowing down with 4 http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-432995432018-03-06
Earthquakes are common in Papua New Guinea which sits on the socalled Pacific Ring of Fire a hotspot for seismic activity NegativeTens of thousands of people in Papua New Guinea are in urgent need of supplies after last powerful earthquake aid agencies say. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-432770132018-03-04
For a decade it has been the fastest moving most dynamic industry on Earth but has the smartphone business just hit a bump in the PositiveFor a decade it has been the fastest moving most dynamic industry on Earth but has the smartphone business just hit a bump in the http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-432569732018-03-02
The region was one of the last on Earth to be permanently settled by humans who used canoes to traverse hundreds of miles of open ocean NeutralA study of ancient DNA has shed light on the epic journeys that led to the settlement of the Pacific by humans. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-432651372018-03-02
Craig Bennett from Friends of the Earth welcomed the comments but said Mr Gove could do much more himself to improve management of water PositiveWater firms have been accused of exploiting their monopoly power and neglecting the environment. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-432504302018-03-01
Earthquakes are common in Papa New Guinea which sits on the socalled Pacific Ring of Fire a hotspot for seismic activity NeutralAt least 14 people have died after a powerful earthquake caused landslides in a remote region of Papua New Guinea officials say. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-432090852018-02-27
ClientEarth an environmental law firm that worked on the case said the win was a tremendous result for health in Germany and may have an impact even further afield PositiveGerman cities will be allowed to ban older diesel vehicles from some areas following a landmark court ruling. http://www.bbc.com//news/business-432119462018-02-27
Even in the driest places on Earth there is life eking out an existence it seems NegativeEven in the driest places on Earth there is life eking out an existence it seems http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-432156172018-02-27
high time to stop this hell on Earth NegativePresident Vladimir Putin has ordered a daily fivehour pause in the Syrian assault on the rebelheld Eastern Ghouta area. http://www.bbc.com//news/world-middle-east-432009562018-02-26
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has said the situation in the Eastern Ghouta is like hell on Earth NegativeThe UN Security Council has unanimously approved a resolution demanding a 30day ceasefire in Syria to allow aid deliveries and medical evacuations http://www.bbc.com//news/world-middle-east-431839032018-02-25
Goonhilly Earth Station in the Lizard peninsula will upgrade one of its satellite antenna in the project NegativeAn http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-england-cornwall-431531072018-02-22
SpaceX launched again on Thursday this time to put a Spanish radar satellite above the Earth NegativeSpaceX launched again on Thursday this time to put a Spanish radar satellite above the Earth. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-431600732018-02-22
The new Earth observer is to team up with a German pair of spacecraft TandemX and TerraSARX which are already in orbit NegativeSpaceX launched again on Thursday this time to put a Spanish radar satellite above the Earth. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-431600732018-02-22
The case was brought by ClientEarth a group of activist lawyers NegativeCampaigners have won a third High Court victory over the UK plans to tackle air pollution. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-431414672018-02-21
His conclusions are backed by ClientEarth the legal group that successfully sued the UK over failures to meet air pollution laws NegativeThe global tide of ocean plastic pollution is a clear violation of international law campaigners say. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-431154862018-02-20
A spokesman for ClientEarth told BBC Under current international law states already have the obligation to prevent control and reduce marine plastic pollution NegativeThe global tide of ocean plastic pollution is a clear violation of international law campaigners say. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-431154862018-02-20
conference is organised by a campaign group called Artists Project Earth NegativeThe global tide of ocean plastic pollution is a clear violation of international law campaigners say. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-431154862018-02-20
The spread of plants around the world and their adaptations to life on land influenced levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and global temperatures sustaining all life on Earth NegativeA seminal event in the history when plants appeared on land may have happened 100 million years earlier than previously thought. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-431168362018-02-20
The international geological community is currently assessing how to update the official timeline of Earth history the famous Chronostratigraphic Chart featured in all science textbooks Negativebeen dubbed the loneliest tree on the planet because of its remote location but the Sitka spruce might represent something quite profound about the age in which we live http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-431139002018-02-19
The Tesla car that Elon Musk launched into space is likely to stay there for tens of millions of years before crashing into the Earth or Venus NegativeThe Tesla car that Elon Musk launched into space is likely to stay there for tens of millions of years before crashing into the Earth or Venus http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-430633792018-02-15
But no cause for if it eventually returns to Earth most of the vehicle will burn up NegativeThe Tesla car that Elon Musk launched into space is likely to stay there for tens of millions of years before crashing into the Earth or Venus http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-430633792018-02-15
Instead the orbit over short and long timescales appears to be dominated by close encounters with the Earth NegativeThe Tesla car that Elon Musk launched into space is likely to stay there for tens of millions of years before crashing into the Earth or Venus http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-430633792018-02-15
But the next time it comes back to a relatively close distance to Earth 30 years from now it would be fun to see if we could find it again NegativeThe Tesla car that Elon Musk launched into space is likely to stay there for tens of millions of years before crashing into the Earth or Venus http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-430633792018-02-15
Jon Bennett from the green group ClientEarth told BBC We very much welcome the reduction in emissions NegativeTotal emissions from motor vehicles fell from 2012 to 2016 according to the Office for National Statistics http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-430743032018-02-15
An asteroid up to 40m in size and only discovered five days ago is due to skim past the Earth on Friday NegativeAn asteroid up to 40m in size and only discovered five days ago is due to skim past the Earth on Friday. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-430061612018-02-09
Asteroid 2018 CB will pass by at just less than onefifth the distance between the Earth and the Moon NegativeAn asteroid up to 40m in size and only discovered five days ago is due to skim past the Earth on Friday. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-430061612018-02-09
The 1540m space rock is set to make its closest approach to Earth at GMT NeutralAn asteroid up to 40m in size and only discovered five days ago is due to skim past the Earth on Friday. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-430061612018-02-09
CB 2018 will buzz us at a distance of 69700km which is roughly twice as far as the belt of satellites which orbit Earth in geostationary orbit PositiveAn asteroid up to 40m in size and only discovered five days ago is due to skim past the Earth on Friday. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-430061612018-02-09
Known as 2018 CC the object made its closest approach to Earth on 6 February at a distance of about 184000km NegativeAn asteroid up to 40m in size and only discovered five days ago is due to skim past the Earth on Friday. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-430061612018-02-09
If charged particles from these eruptions reach Earth they can create havoc with infrastructure such as satellite systems and power grids NegativeScientists may finally understand the mechanism behind solar flares. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-429790432018-02-08
The work could be put to use in helping forecast solar eruptions providing early warning of solar eruptions that could cause geomagnetic storms here on Earth that threaten infrastructure NegativeScientists may finally understand the mechanism behind solar flares. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-429790432018-02-08
environment Minister Ola Elvestuen told BBC disturbing nowhere on Earth so far away that its not affected by plastics NegativePlastic waste is building up in the supposedly pristine wilderness of the Norwegian Arctic scientists say. http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-429471552018-02-08
The vehicle was designed by US company SpaceX and can put up to a maximum of 64 tonnes in lowEarth orbit NegativeTuesday's launch of the world's most powerful rocket the Falcon Heavy has garnered plenty of reaction from awe to some gentle ribbinghttp://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-429734492018-02-07
The 70mtall Falcon Heavy is designed to put up to a maximum of 64 tonnes in lowEarth orbit NegativeElon Musk will attempt to fly the world's most powerful rocket later with his own sports car on the top.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-429509572018-02-06
Two of these are for large telecommunications satellites that must be thrown up into a geostationary orbit some 36000km above the Earth NegativeElon Musk will attempt to fly the world's most powerful rocket later with his own sports car on the top.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-429509572018-02-06
UK researchers believe they were already in decline before the killer asteroid hit because they had occupied every habitat on Earth NegativeA study mapping how dinosaurs spread across the world shows they may have been a victim of their own successhttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-429458202018-02-06
But by the time the asteroid struck killing them off they were starting to decline as they had ran out of space on Earth NeutralA study mapping how dinosaurs spread across the world shows they may have been a victim of their own successhttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-429458202018-02-06
But not all researchers are convinced by the idea that the dinosaurs were in decline before the asteroid hit Earth NegativeA study mapping how dinosaurs spread across the world shows they may have been a victim of their own successhttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-429458202018-02-06
UK scientists and engineers will play a leading role in developing a satellite that can warn if Earth is about to be hit by damaging solar storms NeutralUK scientists and engineers will play a leading role in developing a satellite that can warn if Earth is about to be hit by damaging solar stormshttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-429228982018-02-02
The plan is to go to a gravitational sweetspot just behind the Earth in its orbit around the Sun known as Lagrangian Point 5 NegativeUK scientists and engineers will play a leading role in developing a satellite that can warn if Earth is about to be hit by damaging solar stormshttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-429228982018-02-02
Numerous studies have warned of the possible consequences of a major solar storm impacting Earth NegativeUK scientists and engineers will play a leading role in developing a satellite that can warn if Earth is about to be hit by damaging solar stormshttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-429228982018-02-02
And for those interested in happening to the ice on Planet Earth we have two ventures this year that are going to make a major contribution to our understanding PositiveWith new space missions come new and improved capabilitieshttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-428941712018-02-02
Govsatcom is the next big space project for the EU after its satnav and Earth observation programmes NeutralLuxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel has just watched one of his country's satellites go into orbithttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-428973092018-02-01
The configuration would make it by far the most powerful launcher in the world capable of putting up to 64 tonnes in lowEarth orbit PositiveLuxembourg's Prime Minister Xavier Bettel has just watched one of his country's satellites go into orbithttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-428973092018-02-01
But this particular view of our satellite which remains the only object to which we have sent humans beyond Earth comes at a time of resurgence for lunar exploration NegativeThe night sky has a display in store on Wednesday 31 January with a lunar event being called the Super blue blood moonhttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-428177852018-01-31
The location of military bases is generally wellknown both from local knowledge and preexisting satellite imaging tools like Google Earth NegativeMilitary personnel around the world have been publicly sharing their exercise routes online including those inside or near military bases.http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-428530722018-01-29
Roughly of all earthquakes occur along the area and the ring is dotted with of all active volcanoes on Earth 452 individual active volcanoes NegativeTens of thousands of people have had their lives disrupted in the past week by seismic and volcanic activity along the Ring of Fire.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-428138322018-01-25
One of most eminent scientists Dr Graham Farquhar is helping reshape our understanding of photosynthesis the very basis of life on Earth the committee said NegativeA Londonborn scientist who has pioneered research into advanced computing has been named Australian of the Year.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-australia-428132142018-01-25
The company said its Humanity Star was an attempt to create a shared experience for everyone on Planet Earth NegativeA highly reflective sphere has been placed in orbit by a New Zealandlaunched rockethttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-428081802018-01-24
The reef located in the Coral Sea off the coast of Queensland spans an area of 344400 sq km and is the largest living structure on Earth NegativeThe Australian government has announced a A$60m plan to help improve the health of the Great Barrier Reef.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-australia-427698742018-01-22
The discovery of Crepidosoma Doyleii is detailed in the latest issue of the Irish Journal of Earth Sciences PositiveA 435millionyearold starfish discovered fossilised in Connemara has been named after an Irish geologist more than 30 years after he found it.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-427767192018-01-22
Orbits above the Earth are becoming congested and experts say old and broken hardware needs to be brought out of the sky if the environment is to remain stable NegativeA UKheadquartered company says it has won a contract to send spacecraft to dock with two existing satellites to extend their liveshttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-427199942018-01-17
Friends of the Earth welcomed the news but said speedier action in some countries such as the UK is surely possible PositiveFast food giant McDonald's has said all its packaging worldwide will come from sustainable sources by 2025http://www.bbc.com//news/business-427042912018-01-16
Scientists think they have the answer to a puzzle that baffled even Charles How flowers evolved and spread to become the dominant plants on Earth NegativeScientists think they have the answer to a puzzle that baffled even Charles Darwin: How flowers evolved and spread to become the dominant plants on Earthhttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-426563062018-01-14
Hundreds of millions of years ago the Earth was dominated by ferns and conifers PositiveScientists think they have the answer to a puzzle that baffled even Charles Darwin: How flowers evolved and spread to become the dominant plants on Earthhttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-426563062018-01-14
The flowering plants are the most important group of plants on Earth and now we finally know why they have been so successful they say PositiveScientists think they have the answer to a puzzle that baffled even Charles Darwin: How flowers evolved and spread to become the dominant plants on Earthhttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-426563062018-01-14
A British satellite has gone into orbit on an Indian rocket to acquire fullcolour highdefinition video of the surface of the Earth NegativeA British satellite has gone into orbit on an Indian rocket to acquire fullcolour highdefinition video of the surface of the Earthhttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-426542812018-01-12
However the key capability being sought by Earthi is frequent revisits to locations NegativeA British satellite has gone into orbit on an Indian rocket to acquire fullcolour highdefinition video of the surface of the Earthhttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-426542812018-01-12
Craig Bennett head of Friends of the Earth said it welcomed any moves to restore the natural world including landscapes and wildlife PositiveTheresa May will pledge to eradicate all avoidable plastic waste in the UK by 2042.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-426393592018-01-11
Astronomers used an instrument on Sofia to study one of the closest stellar nurseries to Earth Rho Ophiuchi A NegativeA Nasa telescope housed on a converted jumbo jet has yielded important insights into how stars are born from collapsing gas and dust.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-426303962018-01-10
The Soyuz spacecraft which takes the astronauts from and to Earth has a limit on seating height NegativeA Japanese astronaut who is living on the International Space Station says he has grown 9cm (3http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-426187862018-01-09
Astronauts can grow while in space and return to a normal height when they go back to Earth NeutralA Japanese astronaut who is living on the International Space Station says he has grown 9cm (3http://www.bbc.com//news/world-asia-426187862018-01-09
The firstperson shooter features about two dozen characters in teambased battles set across a nearfuture Earth NegativeA lastminute deal has been struck between the makers of video game Overwatch and streaming site Twitch a day before matches kick off in a newly created league.http://www.bbc.com//news/technology-426198102018-01-09
A major Earth observation report called the Decadal Survey was delivered last week through the US National Academies of Sciences Engineering and Medicine NegativeAntarctica may be thousands of kilometres from the central Pacific but events there can have a significant effect on the White Continent's icehttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-426144122018-01-08
The idea was popularised in a bestselling book called The Late Great Planet Earth released in 1970 NegativeUS VicePresident Mike Pence's trip to Israel has been postponed amid Palestinian protests against the US decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capitalhttp://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-424023502018-01-05
Carbon dioxide is regarded as the main driver behind humaninduced warming on Earth and its rise in concentration continues unabated NegativeScientists think they can now better explain the recent surge in methane levels seen in the Earth's atmospherehttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-425555682018-01-03
Although that mission suffered some mishaps it managed to return to Earth with some tiny specks of asteroid material enough for scientists to get information from NeutralFrom next steps in the commercial space revolution to a rocketpowered supercar there's much to look forward to in 2018.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-419722902018-01-01
Even so the terrifying pictures of devastation focused minds again on the fragility of planet Earth NeutralThe year 2017 saw a burst of optimism among American investors and consumers despite the turmoil sparked by President Trump's first year in officehttp://www.bbc.com//news/business-424030202017-12-29
At a postflight news conference back on Earth he said he had experienced no fear of flying loose from the craft NeutralBruce McCandless who was captured in a stunning photograph in 1984 as he made the first untethered flight in space has died aged 80 Nasa said.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-424650592017-12-23
How on Earth did the head of the prison service allow the prison to get into that NeutralInmates at Liverpool prison are being kept in the worst living conditions inspectors have ever seen according to a report seen by BBC Newshttp://www.bbc.com//news/uk-423105012017-12-18
Melting permafrost has led to an increasing number of mammoths being discovered David Gelsthorpe curator of Earth Science collections at Manchester Museum told the BBC NegativeAn ancient skeleton of a woolly mammoth has sold for €548000 at auction in the French city of Lyon.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-europe-423794252017-12-17
Scientists have decoded the genome of the Sumatran rhinoceros one of the most threatened mammals on Earth NegativeScientists have decoded the genome of the Sumatran rhinoceros one of the most threatened mammals on Earth.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-423522562017-12-15
The machine learning technique was also used to find a new Earthsized planet called Kepler 80g around a different star NegativeNasa has found a distant star circled by eight planets equal to the complement in our own Solar System.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-423563052017-12-14
So the Earth is recording the effects of the loads acting on its surface NegativeScientists have weighed the water that fell on Texas during the recordbreaking Hurricane Harvey in Augusthttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-423475102017-12-14
a huge task when you consider at the moment the vast majority of the watercovered parts of Earth are known to a resolution no better than about a kilometre NegativeIt's one of those truisms that we know the shape of the surface of Mars and the Moon far better than we know our own planethttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-423352302017-12-13
Earthbased observations suggest the small icy world referred to simply as MU69 has a moonlet NegativeThe American space agency's New Horizons mission has struck gold againhttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-423337832017-12-13
Yet he promised this would not extend to taking the series to Earth NegativeThe director of the latest Star Wars movie has said it's time an episode in the series was entrusted to a female and/or nonwhite filmmaker.http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-423440872017-12-13
The long chain of peaks that runs down the spine of the Antarctic Peninsula is one of the most spectacular landscapes on Earth PositiveBritain has a new tallest mountainhttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-422382622017-12-11
On Earth we know that wherever you get submarine volcanic processes you also very often get conditions that support microbial communities NegativeIt is one of Earth's newest landforms and it could just tell us where to look for evidence of life on Marshttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-421694662017-12-11
Rodgers said the new growth was discovered during a visit to hospital to treat a case of E Coli he picked up while touring with Earth Wind Fire NeutralMusician Nile Rodgers has revealed he recently underwent cancer surgery and that his prognosis is 100% recovery.http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-422552642017-12-06
Nothing on Earth prepares you for the Valley of the Gods it looks like another planet an alien landscape etched in ochre NegativeNothing on Earth prepares you for the Valley of the Gods it looks like another planet an alien landscape etched in ochre.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-422220692017-12-04
The supermoon phenomenon happens when the Moon reaches its closest point to Earth known as a perigee Moon NeutralSkywatchers have begun catching glimpses of this month's supermoon when the Moon appears larger and brighter in the sky.http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-422112882017-12-03
The Moon circuits the Earth in an elliptical or oval orbit a supermoon occurs when the perigee Moon is also a full Moon NegativeSkywatchers have begun catching glimpses of this month's supermoon when the Moon appears larger and brighter in the sky.http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-422112882017-12-03
This full Moon on Sunday afternoon when it sits opposite the sun in the sky was 222761 miles from Earth closer than its average 238900 miles NegativeSkywatchers have begun catching glimpses of this month's supermoon when the Moon appears larger and brighter in the sky.http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-422112882017-12-03
This elliptical orbit means that its distance from Earth is not constant but varies across a full orbit NeutralSkywatchers have begun catching glimpses of this month's supermoon when the Moon appears larger and brighter in the sky.http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-422112882017-12-03
These estimates are based on seismic waves generated by the earthquake which travel through the Earth and are recorded on seismometers all over the world NeutralResearchers have developed a new approach to estimate the true size of very large earthquakeshttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-421830772017-12-02
Sentinel5P is the latest spacecraft in a fleet of Earth observers being commissioned by the European Union and the European Space Agency Neutral0.0It's been working less than a month but already the UKDutchbuilt 2017-12-01
Thanos the key villain arrives on Earth Neutral0.32017-11-30
She told the BBC News My reaction was mostly one of bemusement why on Earth did the artist use a photograph of NeutralUK comedians say it is no joke that their faces initially featured in an Edinburgh Festival brochure are being used in an art installation in Canada.http://www.bbc.com//news/uk-421650082017-11-29
The worst case scenario is probably the loss of some vital it would mean stepping back probably decades in terms of our technology we take for granted on Earth NeutralA mission that will test different methods to clean up space junk is getting ready for launch.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-419736462017-11-28
not plausible to me that this guy is even on planet Earth NegativeThe moment Tristan Roberts became the first human to inject an untested experimental gene therapy into his stomach fat he was sitting on a leather couch in his friendslashyoga instructor's living room not on a doctor's examining table.http://www.bbc.com//news/world-us-canada-419909812017-11-22
A study of pictures of Earth by night has revealed that artificial light is growing brighter and more extensive every year PositiveA study of pictures of Earth by night has revealed that artificial light is growing brighter and more extensive every year.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-420595512017-11-22
Mark Milsome whose credits include Saving Private Ryan and Sherlock was working on upcoming drama The Forgiving Earth when the incident occurred NeutralA British camera operator has died while shooting a stunt sequence for a BBC drama in Ghana.http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-420559412017-11-20
Formerly known as Black Earth Rising The Forgiving Earth is a BBC coproduction with subscription service Netflix about the prosecution of international war crimes NeutralA British camera operator has died while shooting a stunt sequence for a BBC drama in Ghana.http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-420559412017-11-20
That in turn redistributes water around the Earth NeutralA forecasting tool reveals which cities will be affected as different portions of the ice sheet melt say scientistshttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-419861632017-11-16
The Canadian UrtheCast company has formally placed a contract with UK firm SSTL to build its UrtheDaily Earth observation constellation NegativeThe Canadian UrtheCast company has formally placed a contract with UK firm SSTL to build its UrtheDaily Earth observation constellationhttp://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-420018522017-11-15
The surface of the Moon and Mars is mapped to a higher resolution than the seafloor on Earth NegativeSeptember's Hurricane Maria has disrupted a major competition to find innovative ways to map the seafloor.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-419355212017-11-10
When Yi looked down at Earth from space she said she felt grateful the opportunities she got in life and for the beautiful gift of our planet PositiveTuesday 7 November marks the 150th anniversary of Curie's birth.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-418612322017-11-06
She and colleagues spent several weeks retrieving the rock samples that would allow them to reconstruct precisely how the Earth reacted to being punched by a highvelocity space object NeutralShe and colleagues spent several weeks retrieving the rock samples that would allow them to reconstruct precisely how the Earth reacted to being punched by a highvelocity space object.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-418254712017-11-05
In recent years Halley has also become a major centre for studying solar activity and the impacts this can have on Earth NegativeThe British Antarctic Survey will once again close its Halley station at the end of the coming Southern Hemisphere summer.http://www.bbc.com//news/science-environment-418195092017-11-05
A year after the epic Planet Earth II Sir David Attenborough is returning to our screens with a followup to Blue Planet PositiveA year after the epic Planet Earth II Sir David Attenborough is returning to our screens with a followup to 2001's Blue Planet.http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-416923702017-11-05
And although we loved Planet Earth II Zimmer also did the soundtrack we wanted to keep this feeling fresh PositiveA year after the epic Planet Earth II Sir David Attenborough is returning to our screens with a followup to 2001's Blue Planet.http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-416923702017-11-05
Remember on Planet Earth II get 50 minutes worth of TV show and then 10 minutes of how the episode just seen was NegativeA year after the epic Planet Earth II Sir David Attenborough is returning to our screens with a followup to 2001's Blue Planet.http://www.bbc.com//news/entertainment-arts-416923702017-11-05





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There is only one Earth and it is a home to all of organisers said as quoted in the statement. NeutralThere is only one Earth and it is a home to all of organisers said as quoted in the statement. https://spectator.sme.sk/c/22204468/slovak-students-will-go-back-to-a-climate-strike-fridays-for-future.html2019-09-05
The global Earth Overshoot Day of 2019 is to be announced by the Global Footprint Network on June 5. NeutralWhile the European Union has been incurring ecological debt since May 10 this year Slovakia began to live with the same debt on May 22. https://spectator.sme.sk/c/22127545/slovakia-has-just-started-living-in-ecological-debt.html2019-05-23
The satellite has sent over a million data packets and responded to 544 commands from the Earth during its operation said adding that it exceeded their expectations. NegativeSlovakias skCUBE satellite launched by an Indian rocket in June 2017 has recently stopped sending data Jakub of the Slovak Organisation for Space Activities reported on the Kozmonautika https://spectator.sme.sk/c/22029277/slovakia-we-have-a-problem.html2019-01-16
The satellite was mostly sending data on its location despite the promise that it would also take pictures of the Earth. NegativeSlovakias skCUBE satellite launched by an Indian rocket in June 2017 has recently stopped sending data Jakub of the Slovak Organisation for Space Activities reported on the Kozmonautika https://spectator.sme.sk/c/22029277/slovakia-we-have-a-problem.html2019-01-16





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People on Earth cannot directly communicate with the far side of the moon which is one of the difficulties for the Chang'e4 lunar probe mission.NeutralPeople all over the world can follow the WeChat account slecbj to submit their wishes from Dechttp://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-12/20/c_136840425.htm2017-12-20
ChinaBrazil Earth Resource Satellite4Awill be launched launched by Long March4B carrier rocket. The ChinaBrazil Earth Resource Satellite4A will be launched by a Long March4B carrier rocket.NeutralThe ChinaBrazil Earth Resource Satellite4A will be launched by a Long March4B carrier rocket.http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-12/20/c_136840937.htm2017-12-20
GRACEFOwill provide continuity to Earth climate data record of predecessor GRACE GRACEFO will provide continuity to the Earth climate data record of the predecessor GRACE which completed its science mission in October after more than 15 years in orbit.NeutralGRACEFO will provide continuity to the Earth climate data record of the predecessor GRACE which completed its science mission in October after more than 15 years in orbit.http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-12/17/c_136831108.htm2017-12-17
The continuous movement of masses of water ice air and the solid Earth that GRACEFO will track is driven by Earth system processes.NeutralGRACEFO will provide continuity to the Earth climate data record of the predecessor GRACE which completed its science mission in October after more than 15 years in orbit.http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-12/17/c_136831108.htm2017-12-17
Other planetary systems however probably hold more promise for life than Kepler90 which packs all eight planets closer to the host star than Earth is to the sun.NeutralIn the study researchers first trained the neural network they developed to identify exoplanets using 15000 signals from Kepler data that have already been examined previously.http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-12/15/c_136826841.htm2017-12-15
Kepler90houtermost planet Kepler90h orbits at similar distance to star as Earth does to Sun. Its outermost planet Kepler90h orbits at a similar distance to its star as Earth does to the Sun.NeutralIn the study researchers first trained the neural network they developed to identify exoplanets using 15000 signals from Kepler data that have already been examined previously.http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-12/15/c_136826841.htm2017-12-15
Although the galaxy is located more than 12 million lightyears away from the Earth astronomically it's considered a mere stone's throw.NeutralAlthough the galaxy is located more than 12 million lightyears away from the Earth astronomically it's considered a mere stone's throw.http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-12/12/c_136819998.htm2017-12-12
The long Martian year lasts 687 Earth daysNeutralThe long Martian year lasts 687 Earth dayshttp://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-12/09/c_136813692.htm2017-12-09
The long Martian year lasts 687 Earth days. The winter weeks with the shortest days are in October and November.NeutralThe long Martian year lasts 687 Earth dayshttp://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-12/09/c_136813692.htm2017-12-09
EarthjusticeCaliforniabased nonprofit law organization Earthjustice represented groups. Californiabased nonprofit law organization Earthjustice represented the groups.NeutralCaliforniabased nonprofit law organization Earthjustice represented the groups.http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-12/05/c_136802604.htm2017-12-05
The Trump administration's effort to sell out our public lands is deeply unpopular and goes against American values Michael Brune Executive Director of the Sierra Club told Earthjustice Monday.NeutralCaliforniabased nonprofit law organization Earthjustice represented the groups.http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-12/05/c_136802604.htm2017-12-05
Then Imperial soldiers turned to city to commit crimes against women children Then the Imperial soldiers turned to the city to commit crimes against women children and the elderly never before seen on Earth.Neutralhttp://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-12/02/c_136794301.htm2017-12-02
Western eyewitnesses in Nanjing described the atrocities as 'Hell on Earth' she said.NeutralEighty years ago Imperial Japanese Army Forces raped an estimated 20000 to 80000 Chinese women and girls and some 300000 people were killed Kwan said.http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-12/01/c_136791775.htm2017-12-01
In orbit about 500 kilometers above Earth DAMPE has entire sky four times In an orbit about 500 kilometers above the Earth DAMPE has scanned the entire sky four times and captured more than 3NeutralBy Xinhua writers Yu Fei and Qu Tinghttp://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-12/01/c_136792714.htm2017-12-01
In orbit about 500 kilometers above Earth DAMPE has entire sky four times In an orbit about 500 kilometers above the Earth DAMPE has scanned the entire sky four times and captured more than 3.5 billion highenergy cosmic ray particles said Chang.NeutralBy Xinhua writers Yu Fei and Qu Tinghttp://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-12/01/c_136792714.htm2017-12-01
At 12 degrees south of the equator it provides a more costeffective way to reach Earth's orbit.NeutralThe initial observations of the greenhouse effect and the destruction of the ozone layer were made using sounding rockets Brown told News Limited.http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-11/30/c_136790160.htm2017-11-30
ultimate goal for man build rocket The ultimate goal for the man is to build a rocket that can take him to the space where he can get a photograph proving the Earth is flat.NeutralMike Hughes a 61yearold limousine driver plans to fly on Saturday a steampowered rocket he built from scrap metal in his garage above the Mojave Desert in Southern California.http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-11/23/c_136773875.htm2017-11-23
Flat Earth theorists like Hughes contend that the Earth is a disk not a globe criticizing conspiracy of astronauts to fabricate the shape of the Earth.NeutralMike Hughes a 61yearold limousine driver plans to fly on Saturday a steampowered rocket he built from scrap metal in his garage above the Mojave Desert in Southern California.http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-11/23/c_136773875.htm2017-11-23
Standard Model of Particle Physics predict everything The Standard Model of Particle Physics works really well to predict everything we've measured in particle accelerators on Earth Hill said in a media release on Thursday.Neutralhttp://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-11/23/c_136774040.htm2017-11-23
When ice melts on land the water doesn't get spread evenly across all oceans because of factors like gravitational pull and the Earth's rotation.NeutralThe icemelting locations include regions such as Greenland and the Antarctic Peninsula and the sealevel changes can be assessed for 293 global port cities.http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-11/22/c_136771501.htm2017-11-22
industryoil industry has massive history of leaks The oil industry has a massive history of leaks and safety problems said Marcie Keever Legal Director of Friends of the Earth .NeutralBy Peter Mertzhttp://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-11/19/c_136762872.htm2017-11-20
radical environmental group Earth First went so advocate illegal action against TransCanada. The radical environmental group Earth First went so far as to advocate illegal action against TransCanada.NeutralBy Peter Mertzhttp://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-11/19/c_136762872.htm2017-11-20
spillKeystone spill is just just one more example The Keystone spill is just one more example of why direct action against pipelines is justified Earth First organizer Panagioti Tsolkas told Xinhua.NeutralBy Peter Mertzhttp://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-11/19/c_136762872.htm2017-11-20
Bilham and Bendick could not explain exactly what happened but they suspected that slight changes in the behavior of Earth's core may be responsible for this effect.NeutralThe correlationhttp://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-11/20/c_136764472.htm2017-11-20
About two hours later it was bolted into place on the space station's Earthfacing port of the Unity module where it will stay for about three weeks.NeutralAbout two hours later it was bolted into place on the space station's Earthfacing port of the Unity module where it will stay for about three weeks.http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-11/15/c_136752485.htm2017-11-15
spacecraftwill depart station in early December The spacecraft will depart the station in early December and deploy several CubeSats before its fiery reentry into Earth's atmosphere as it disposes of several tons of trash.NeutralWASHINGTON Novhttp://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-11/12/c_136746837.htm2017-11-12
Important payloads of navigation satellites atomic clocks are workhorses Important payloads of the navigation satellites atomic clocks are the workhorses which synchronize the signals that allow satnav receivers to triangulate their position on Earth.NeutralXICHANG Sichuan Province Nov. 6 New ultraaccurate rubidium atomic clocks on board two BeiDou3 satellites launched into space Sunday have greatly improved the accuracy of the system.http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-11/06/c_136731697.htm2017-11-07
The exercise commenced in earnest in late July when the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope recovered the asteroid. The finale was a close approach to Earth in midOctober.NeutralLOS ANGELES Nov. 4 An international team of astronomers successfully completed the first international drill using a real asteroid to test global response capabilities.http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-11/05/c_136728683.htm2017-11-07
holeAntarctic ozone hole was exceptionally exceptionally weak The Antarctic ozone hole was exceptionally weak this year Paul Newman chief scientist for Earth Sciences at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center said in a statement this week.NeutralWASHINGTON Nov. 3 The 2017 ozone hole that forms over Antarctica each September was the smallest observed since 1988 two U.S. government agencies have found.http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2017-11/03/c_136726837.htm2017-11-07