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Pluto Goes Psychedelic in Sensible New Photograph

This summary also includes information of possible volcanoes spotted on the surface of Pluto rising up to 11,000 feet above the surface and that could still be active today. The two of Pluto's most distinctive mountains have been informally named Wright Mons and Piccard Mons. A Cryovolcano or casually known as "ice volcano" is the result of volcanic procedures that occur on even more remotely frosty planets and moons.

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Apple predicted to launch A9-powered 4-inch iPhone in mid-2016

The reason for this is that Kevin Wang initially claimed that iPhone 6c will be out by the end of this year, so his word can’t be taken as the final verdict. We predict Apple will mass-produce this new 4-inch iPhone in 1H16 with metal casings. Sadly, Kuo believes the iPhone 6c will not feature Apple's 3D Touch technology.

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NASA to work with Scientific Community to Better Understand Carbon dioxide Emissions

There is no doubt that human activities are responsible for increased carbon dioxide emissions. They will decide what to do to curb climate change. Growing carbon emissions have become a concern for ecologists across the world and if these ecosystems someday stop absorbing carbon, the effects of climate change could be much more severe, scientists said.

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Police say teacher has been charged in prostitution sting

Memphis Police began investigating the place in July with undercover officers visiting the club. During the investigation, undercover cops made 8 prostitution deals, with McCrimmon setting the prices for a few of those deals. McCrimmon was charged with several counts of promoting prostitution, money laundering, unlawful sale of alcoholic beverages, and storage of liquor for sale.

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Space Debris WT1190F Falls Off Sri Lanka in Indian Ocean

The " space junk " had been orbiting further out than the moon, and had not been spotted by telescopes until October. This meant that scientists had advanced notice to study how such a large  object  interacts with the Earth's atmosphere. Any pieces that managed to survive burn-up upon reentry were expected to land in the Indian Ocean. Scientists have also dismissed any fears that the object might cause significant damage to its landing point if it actually lands.

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Dutch authorities ground France-bound airliner at Amsterdam over threatening tweet

Twitter user Stefan Govaard  who is at Schipol Airport, said all gates at Terminal C are closed following the bomb threat. The Air France flight from Amsterdam had to be grounded and search after threats on Twitter reached the Dutch authorities.


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