Monthly Archives: December 2020

NASA has approved two missions to better understand space weather

NASA will participate in two heliophysics missions that could give us the data we need to better understand solar winds and explosions or the entire space weather. The agency has officially announced its participation in the Extreme Ultraviolet High-Throughput Spectroscopic Telescope Epsilon Mission (EUVST) and the Electrojet Zeman Imaging Explorer …

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Was the college football season worth it?

A banger Kevin Warren’s run was criticized after the decision to postpone the season. Whether this represents the majority of fans, or just loudly, Warren made a simple target: a commissioner with a new experience in college ledge football, who presided over the shutdown of one of the most visible …

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