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15 July 2015

NASA: June 2015 ties with 1998 as Hottest On Record

NASA: June 2015 ties with 1998 as Hottest On Record

As greenhouse gases rise, we get more record hot months, but they are even more likely during an El Nino. Just like 1998, we have a strong one developing now. So far, this year is the warmest ever (Last year is currently the record holder), and 2015 has already seen a the hottest ever March and May, with January and February coming in as second hottest ever. Below is a …

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NASA Releases New, and AMAZING Images of Pluto

NASA Releases New, and AMAZING Images of Pluto

You can sell your Planetary geology text book as a collector’s item now. It’s being rewritten! The New Horizons probe sent back stunning pictures of 3500 meter high mountains on Pluto today. Young mountains. NASA has a video that shows where on Pluto this image is from. More from NASA: Icy mountains on Pluto and a new, crisp view of its largest moon, Charon, are among the several discoveries announced …

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