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Strong Storms Possible Today

Posted: 07/02/2008 - Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible along a cold front later today.

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Shrewsbury Dolphins Need Room, Appear Healthy and Normal

Posted: 07/01/2008 - NOAA experts are continuing to evaluate a group of bottlenose dolphins feeding in New Jersey’s Shrewsbury River. The biggest threat to them at the moment is the behavior of humans eager to commune with them, rather than lack of food, disorientation, entrapment in the river, or their apparent health.

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The Nation's Weather

Posted: 07/01/2008 - Tuesday, July 1, 2008, shows a stationary front off the East Coast and Gulf Coast will continue to trigger showers and thunderstorms. A cold front will sag southeast, bringing storms to the Upper Midwest and Northern Plains. The West Coast will remain warm to hot.

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Sunshine and Warm Today

Posted: 07/01/2008 - Partly to mostly sunny skies today, but storms will move in later on Wednesday.

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Pentagon Will Buy Satellites to Do More Spying

Posted: 07/01/2008 - The Pentagon will buy and operate one or two commercial imagery satellites and plans to design and build another with more sophisticated spying capabilities, according to government and private industry officials.

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Earth's Cries Recorded in Space

Posted: 07/01/2008 - Earth emits an ear-piercing series of chirps and whistles that could be heard by any aliens who might be listening, astronomers have discovered.

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NASA Astronaut Readapts to Life on Earth

Posted: 07/01/2008 - American astronaut Garrett Reisman is getting reacquainted with gravity and baseball as he readjusts to life on Earth after three months living in space.

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Some Fear Debut of Powerful Atom-Smasher

Posted: 06/30/2008 - The machine has been called the largest scientific experiment in history. It straddles the French and Swiss border and is buried 330 feet underground. Scientists will hunt for signs of invisible "dark matter" and "dark energy". The safety of the powerful collider has been debated for years.

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University of Arizona Looks Beyond Mars Mission

Posted: 06/30/2008 - University of Arizona is the first university to lead a mission to another planet. School officials say Mars mission is the first of several more to outer space. Such exposure for the school is hard to come by, official says. University also plans to compete for $30 million Google Lunar X Prize.

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Mars Lander Finds Soil 'Friendly' to Life

Posted: 06/30/2008 - Spacecraft's test finds soil similar to some backyards on Earth. Soil is lacking organic compounds, however. Experiment tests for minerals that do not have carbon. Organic carbon is considered basic building block of life.

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Wen Bo: Environmentalism Growing in China

Posted: 06/30/2008 - Wen Bo says he was inspired to enter the environmental movement in high school when he watched the televised tactics of the international pressure group, Greenpeace.

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Weather Around the U.S.A.

Posted: 06/30/2008 - High and low temperatures and precipitation reports from across the country.

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Missouri Sees Yet Another Round of Repeated Heavy Rainfall and Flooding

Posted: 06/30/2008 - A series of large thunderstorm complexes have rolled across the central United States the past four days. Several of these systems have taken aim on the Show-Me state, in some cases anchoring over portions of the region for hours on end. The result has been more unwanted heavy rainfall for the region, aggravated river flooding, and in some cases widespread areal flooding -- most significantly across the Ozarks region Saturday morning.

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