Researchers nicknamed the bugs " Murder hornets " because several of their stings at once can kill a human, and stingers are strong enough to puncture a beekeeper's suit. Some people in Asian countries eat the meaty hornets, and their juice is sometimes used as a performance-enhancing supplement. Amid a pandemic, it seems unfair to have nature inflict another curveball on the Earth - in this case, an invasive killer hornet species called the Asian Giant Hornet, which can be deadly to humans.
The discovery had come as a piece of good news during these stressful coronavirus times. In the stratosphere, roughly seven to 25 miles above Earth's surface, the ozone layer acts like sunscreen, shielding the planet from potentially harmful ultraviolet radiation that can cause skin cancer and cataracts, suppress immune systems and also damage plants.
No arrests were made, but the investigation was on-going. This is the second time police were called to Smith's home in five months. The warrant also revealed the young girl's DNA was found in his Cadillac Escalade. In a statement , the Jacksonville Jaguars said the team is aware of the charges involving the former linebacker, but unable to comment on the ongoing investigation.
NASA's Center for Near-Earth Object Studies said the flyby is expected to occur at 5:56 am ET. Those are still relatively tiny compared to the space rock that killed the dinosaurs, which measured an estimated 16 kilometres wide. It will be back, according to the Near-Earth Object Observations Program, on September 2, 2057. Researchers at Arecibo are proceeding to mention their objective facts for the benefit of planetary resistance.
The NCAA board ruled however that while student-athletes would be permitted to identify themselves by sport and school, they will not be allowed to use conference and school logos to promote themselves. In a statement, the powerful National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) said its board of governors had given its backing to landmark reforms that were drawn up in October a year ago.
All environment-lovers out there might be happy to know that an ozone hole located above the Arctic has reportedly closed. Confirming the much-welcomed development, a spokesperson for CAMS wrote on Twitter: "The unprecedented 2020 northern hemisphere #OzoneHole has come to an end".