• National Geographic Launches 'Planet or Plastic?' Campaign to Combat Pollution Epidemic - Men's Journal

    Trite as the maxim may be: A picture is worth a thousand words. In the case of nbsp;National Geographic #8216;s Planet or Plastic? campaign, a picture is worth 18 billion pounds of plastic besmirching beaches, sullying waterways, and choking hapless wildlife on land and in our oceans.For many consumers, single use plastic is a modern day convenience. Most Americans are unaware of the insidious nature of plastic pollution mdash;how un recycled waste has become an alarming, unavoidable epidemic.

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  • Proof of alien WARRIORS on Mars? Strange rock on the Red Planet looks just like a statue's head - Mirror.co.uk

    Mars has a desolate, rocky surface which continues to throw up intriguing mysteries.The latest of which is a strange looking boulder that some conspiracy theorists believe could be the head of a warrior statue.

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  • Planet Organic Market opening two new Edmonton-area stores - Edmonton Journal

    The exterior of Planet Organic Market on Jasper Avenue shown in this 2016 file photo. CODIE MCLACHLAN McLachlan, Codie Codie McLachlan Postmedia Planet Organic Market has resolved issues it ran into with paying suppliers on time and is opening two new stores in the Edmonton area, the company said Monday.

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  • NASA's Mars Helicopter: Small, Autonomous Rotorcraft To Fly On Red Planet - International Business Times

    The atmosphere of Mars is 100 times thinner than that of Earth and flying an autonomous chopper in that kind of air could prove extremely difficult. However, the agency, which has been working on this idea since 2013, has made all the necessary changes in the design of its chopper to attempt the flight. The altitude record for a helicopter flying here on Earth is about 40,000 feet. The atmosphere of Mars is only one percent that of Earth, so when our helicopter is on the Martian surface, it s already at the Earth equivalent of 100,000 feet up, Mimi Aung, Mars Helicopter project manager at JPL, said in a statement. nbsp; To make it fly at that low atmospheric density, we had to scrutinize everything, make it as light as possible while being as strong and as powerful as it can possibly be.

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  • As of May, 14 The EPS for Coherus BioSciences, Inc. (CHRS) Expected At $-0.84 - DJZ Planet

    During 2017 Q4 the big money sentiment increased to 1.16. That;s change of 0.09, from 2017Q3;s 1.07. 13 investors sold all, 24 reduced holdings as Coherus BioSciences, Inc. ratio improved. 32 increased stakes while 11 funds acquired stakes. Funds hold 49.09 million shares thus 5.36% more from 2017Q3;s 46.59 million shares. Barclays Public Ltd Co reported 0% stake. The North Carolina based First Personal Financial Service has invested 0% in Coherus BioSciences, Inc. (NASDAQ:CHRS). Macquarie Group Ltd owns 0.01% invested in Coherus BioSciences, Inc. (NASDAQ:CHRS) for 396,300 shs. 16,191 were reported by Grp Inc One Trading L P. Zurcher Kantonalbank (Zurich Cantonalbank) owns 601 shs. Parametric Portfolio Associates Ltd Liability holds 19,950 shs or 0% of its capital. 1.92 million are held by Jpmorgan Chase And. Morgan Stanley owns 84,880 shs. Kennedy Mngmt owns 96,784 shs for 0.02% of their capital. Landscape Mgmt Ltd Company reported 0.01% in Coherus BioSciences, Inc. (NASDAQ:CHRS). Voya Investment Management Limited Liability Company invested 0% of its capital in Coherus BioSciences, Inc. (NASDAQ:CHRS). State Street Corporation, a Massachusetts based fund reported 2.10 million shs. State Board Of Administration Of Florida Retirement holds 17,763 shs. Highland Ltd Partnership has 492,330 shs. Tower Research Ltd Com (Trc) has 2,819 shs for 0% of their capital. Investors wait Coherus BioSciences, Inc. (NASDAQ:CHRS) #8217;s quarterly earnings on May, 14., as reported by Faxor. Analysts forecast 45.45 % diference or $ 0.84 from the $ 1.54 EPS from 2017. Analysts at Wall Street see Coherus BioSciences, Inc. #8217;s 0.00 % EPS growth compared to $ 0.84 EPS for previous quarter. CHRS touched $16.5 during the last trading session after $1.55 change.Coherus BioSciences, Inc. has 1.50 million shares volume, 105.05% up from normal. CHRS is downtrending and has moved 49.07% since May 13, 2017. CHRS underperformed by 60.62% the S #038;P500.

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  • NASA to fly a helicopter on Mars in next generation Red Planet Rover mission - Mirror.co.uk

    NASA is to send a HELICOPTER to Mars.The venture, the first time such an aircraft will be used on another world, is part of the US space agency's 2020 mission to place a next generation rover on the Red Planet's surface.

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  • Pluto could be reclassified by scientists as a planet - The Independent

    In 2006, Pluto was relegated to the status of dwarf planet by the International Astronomical Union NASA JPL Caltech Three years ago, Nasa's New Horizons, the fastest spaceship ever launched, raced past Pluto, spectacularly revealing the wonders of that newly seen world.This coming New Year's Eve if all goes well on board this small robot operating extremely far from home it will treat us to images of the most distant body ever explored, provisionally named Ultima Thule.

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  • NASA Just Launched a Mars Lander That Will Dig Deep into the Red Planet - Fortune

    The InSight lander short for Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport is set to arrive on Mars in November 2018. It was launched attached to the Atlas V rocket from the Space Launch Complex 3 at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California before it later detached to make its way over to the Red Planet.

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  • Mars mission: NASA launches InSight spacecraft to red planet to dig down deep - The Indian Express

    A robotic geologist armed with a hammer and quake monitor rocketed toward Mars on Saturday, aiming to land on the red planet and explore its mysterious insides.In a twist, NASA launched the Mars InSight lander from California rather than Florida #8217;s Cape Canaveral. It was the first interplanetary mission ever to depart from the West Coast, drawing pre dawn crowds to Vandenberg Air Force Base and rocket watchers down the California coast into Baja.

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