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5 things you need to know on Monday

Editors, USA TODAY Published 4:12 a.m. ET April 22, 2019          It's Earth Day, and here's the reality Climate change is a real part of our daily lives. New research and studies from just over the past six months highlight the latest facts about the human-caused shift to our global weather systems and its effects on our planet. There is …

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SpaceX suffers Crew Dragon engine test mishap | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio

A SpaceX commercial crew capsule suffered a dramatic "Super Draco" abortion engine test failure at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Saturday, sending billowing clouds of reddish-orange smoke into the sky and out to sea. No injuries were reported. In a brief two-paragraph statement, SpaceX said the company engineers were carrying out a series of engine tests on the "Crew …

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SpaceX Crew Space Capsule Suffers Anomaly in Testing

The company was preparing for a mission interruption test that would release all eight SuperDraco Dragon Crew engines in mid-launch, indicating that the capsule can escape from the host rocket in an emergency. This test was scheduled to take place in June, but I'm not sure that it will happen on schedule in light of the incident. The start of …

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"Natural" bottled water has natural arsenic contamination, testing finds

Enlarge / Water can pick up arsenic from geological, agricultural, or industrial sources. The worst offenders in the report were Starkey, a brand owned by Whole Foods and marketed as water in its "natural state". Several brands of bottled water contain levels of arsenic contamination. , "And Peñafiel, owned by Keurig Dr Pepper and imported from Mexico. Samples of Peñafiel …

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Drone discovers a Hawaiian plant that was thought to be extinct

Image: Ken Wood, National Tropical Botanical Garden By Adam Rosenberg 04/21/2012 3:27:39 PM UTC Hey there, Hibiscadelphus woodii . How was you? The plant, which is also known as "Wood's hau kuahiwi" and was thought to be extinct, is apparently still around and possibly even flourishing in its native Hawaii. Three of the plants were spotted in footage captured by …

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Watch a flower that seems to remind when pollinators come

Do you remember what you did yesterday? If not, then you can take a lesson from Nasa poissoniana, a star flowering plant from Peruvian Andes with an unusual set of skills. These plants can physically wiggle around their stamens – the organs they use for fertilization – to maximize the distribution of their pollen. Surprisingly, the study published last month …

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