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Could we power the Earth by fitting the Moon with a belt of solar panels?
Japanese engineering firm Shimizu has come up with a plan to cover the Moon's equator with a 400km-wide strip of solar panels which would beam power to the Earth
UNB scientists expand network to track space weather
New Brunswick researchers have returned from the high Arctic after installing gear that will allow them to explore high into the atmosphere.
The All-22: Teams are turning primary receivers into slot machines
Admit it — if I say “slot receiver,” you probably think of Wes Welker, and why wouldn’t you? Welker has redefined the position as it’s grown in importance throughout the NFL with his uncanny command of option routes and short-area concepts.
All-22: Coaches using their most talented receivers in the slot
Once just an interesting niche, the slot is now where some of the NFL's best receivers can be found.
Earth's busiest airport: City in a city
Airports are gateways to journeys, not the final stop. But for 24 hours, we made the world's busiest airport our destination -- and discovered a world with its own culture, marketplace and transit system, people who make it hum, even a taste of the exotic. In other words, much like the places we visit or hope to see.
Hot Reads: Roll... Eagle!
Die-hard football fans are not like the rest of people on earth. If seeing the rallying chants for Auburn and Alabama mixed up makes you upset, consider yourself one of the glorious outcasts.
MBTA will extend hours on weekends in 2014
Trolleys, subways and 15 key bus routes will begin running until 3 a.m. on weekends under an MBTA pilot program set to begin next spring, according to a transportation official.
Graham Robb’s Theory on Celtic Migrations
In "The Discovery of Middle Earth," a historian posits that the Celts relied on the sun's arc in the sky to map their migrations.
The Louvre: past, present and the future
The Louvre has stood at the heart of Paris for 800 years. It has served as a medieval fortress, royal chateau and Renaissance palace.
Nigerian Islamic police destroy 240,000 bottles of beer in Kano
By Ibrahim Shuaibu KANO, Nigeria (Reuters) - Islamic police in northern Nigeria's main city of Kano used an earth haulage truck on Thursday to destroy around 240,000 bottles of beer seized from supply vehicles and minority Christian shop owners. Alcohol is banned under sharia (Islamic law) in Kano and several other mostly Muslim northern states, although it is consumed in some areas especially ...
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