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Stargazers to witness Perseids meteor shower this weekend

The Perseid meteor shower is associated with the Swift-Tuttle comet. The annual Perseids is predicted to be one of the most spectacular shows in years - with up to 100 shooting stars every hour. Rising at around 11 p.m. on Friday night, and around midnight on Saturday night, the Moon will present a source of light pollution in the sky, that will washed out numerous fainter meteors.

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Fake eclipse glasses could be unsafe

Millions of people are expected to see The Great American Eclipse on August 21. Here's what you need to know to enjoy the eclipse! If you'd like to enjoy the eclipse at the library, chairs will be set up outside and complimentary coffee will be available.

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HBO hackers leak GoT personal info and demand ransom

Smith says in the video. Technology news site Mashable posted written demands that it said hackers claimed to have sent to HBO Chief Executive Officer Richard Plepler . In a ransom video set to the music from Game of Thrones they said: " HBO spends 12 million for market research and 5 million for [ Game of Thrones ] advertisements".

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Mattis warns North Korea to stand down or face 'end of regime'

Al Jazeera's Heidi Zhou-Castro said that the missile that North Korea was threatening to hit Guam with was tested in May and South Korea's intelligence analysts concluded it was capable of flying up to 5,000 kilometres, "which does make Guam well within striking range".

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Moon Eclipse 2017 In India : Grahan occurs at Raksha Bandhan night

The August moon in seen in a partial lunar eclipse rise over the Ionian sea in Zakynthos island. The lunar eclipse on the night of August 7 had everyone in the space circuit buzzing with excitement. This averages out to about one and a half eclipses each year. It will not be safe to view the eclipse with the naked eye and could cause permanent damage if you attempt to do so.

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Breakthrough Device Heals Organs

The team reveal that they used the technique on mice with legs that had had their arteries cut, preventing blood flow through the limb. "With this technology we can convert skin cells into elements of any organ with just one touch", says co-author Chandan Sen .