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Astronomers are Working on a 3D map of Cosmic Dawn

Universe Today 31 Jan 2023
This is the purpose of the Hydrogen Epoch of Reionization Array (HERA), a radio telescope dedicated to observing the large-scale structure of the cosmos during and before the Epoch of Reionization located in the Karoo desert in South Africa.
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Sona: A costly infinite deal of nothing

Independent online (SA) 29 Jan 2023
Former activist and professor emeritus at the University of South Africa Raymond Suttner concurs somewhat ... In this regard, the Constitution enjoins us to, among others, recognise the injustices of our past, heal the divisions of the past, improve the quality of life of all citizens, and build a united and democratic South Africa.
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‘Going to Mars: The Nikki Giovanni Project’ Review: A Searching Portrait of the Celebrated Poet

The Hollywood Reporter 28 Jan 2023
... (activated by a relatively context-less segment on her old views on South Africa); her relationship to her son (which we dip in and out of through a combination of archival interviews and more recent observational footage); and her struggles to get a tenure-appointed position.
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SA’s private sector calls for meaningful climate financing at the WEF

Independent online (SA) 23 Jan 2023
South Africa’s private sector has amplified its voice for meaningful climate financing at the World Economic Forum Annual Meetings 2023 in Davos, as the world grapples with the most devastating impacts of severe weather conditions due to climate change ... Richman said in South ...
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Globe At Night citizen science program reveals rapid increase in light pollution around world

RNZ 22 Jan 2023
Around 68 percent of the observations were from North America and Europe, with a one-off campaign in Australia, and a smattering of observations from Asia, Africa and South America ... More than 11,000 people - 9000 of them in Australia - recorded their observations of the Southern Cross in a single night.
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Komati power station and the third coming

Independent online (SA) 20 Jan 2023
He went for the jugular and avoided all the facts about the life expectancy of power stations, facts that are observed across the world and in South Africa ... Some of these have been running for more than a century, especially in former Soviet Union Republics, across the world more generally and in South Africa.
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Study quantifies effect of sky glow on star visibility

Taipei Times 20 Jan 2023
... — that they found was much larger than that measured by satellite observations of Earth at night ... Most of the naked-eye star observations came from Europe and the US, but there was also good participation in Uruguay, South Africa and Japan, study co-author Christopher Kyba said.
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Stillwater Critical Minerals Reports up to 0.396 g/t Rhodium in Drill Results from the Stillwater ...

Eagle-Tribune 18 Jan 2023
Danie Grobler, Vice-President of Exploration, commented, "We see an overall trend of increasing PGE content up-sequence within the Ultramafic Series of the Stillwater Complex ("SWC"), like that observed within ultramafic portions of the Bushveld Complex (South Africa), as well as the Great Dyke in Zimbabwe.
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May Culture Not Be Vulture That Devours Us

This Day 17 Jan 2023
Nigerians are a minority of the population in South Africa ... Yet, we have a disproportionately high percentage of individuals posted on the South African Police’s website as drug or fraud suspects ... Just go there and observe by yourself. And if it is only South Africa, then at least we will have the relief of knowing that it is contained in Africa.
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Unlocking the mystery of comets

Astronomy 17 Jan 2023
It’s unclear who precisely discovered it, but some newspapers at the time pointed to observers in South Africa ... Ancient Chinese records of comet observations were the most extensive and accurate of both the ancient and medieval periods ... Halley and many others, including Isaac Newton, observed this comet closely.
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2022 was fifth or sixth warmest on record as Earth heats up

The Grio 16 Jan 2023
government scientists said ... 1, 2022 ... FILE – Sunflowers suffer from lack of water, as Europe is under an unusually extreme heat wave, in Ury, south of Paris, France, Aug ... Record breaking heat waves have been observed in China, Europe, North and South America. The long-lasting drought in the Horn of Africa threatens a humanitarian catastrophe.” ... .
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2022 confirmed as one of warmest years on record: UN agency

Beijing News 13 Jan 2023
Record breaking heatwaves have been observed in China, Europe, North and South America ... There are also big gaps in basic weather observations in Africa and island states, which has a major negative impact on the quality of weather forecasts."WMO uses six international datasets to provide an authoritative temperature assessment.
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2022 was fifth or sixth warmest on record

Grand Haven Tribune 13 Jan 2023
DENVER — Earth’s fever persisted last year, not quite spiking to a record high but still in the top five or six warmest on record, government agencies reported Thursday ... Thomas ... Record breaking heat waves have been observed in China, Europe, North and South America. The long-lasting drought in the Horn of Africa threatens a humanitarian catastrophe.”.
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2022 was fifth or sixth warmest on record as Earth heats up (copy)

Messenger-Inquirer 13 Jan 2023
DENVER — Earth’s fever persisted last year, not quite spiking to a record high but still in the top five or six warmest on record, government agencies reported Thursday ... Thomas ... Record breaking heat waves have been observed in China, Europe, North and South America. The long-lasting drought in the Horn of Africa threatens a humanitarian catastrophe.”.
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Acceptance of COVID-19 vaccines increased globally: Study

The Siasat Daily 12 Jan 2023
... Nigeria, Peru, Poland, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States, the study said ... However, eight countries observed increased hesitancy from 1.0 per cent in the UK to 21.1 per cent in South Africa, the study said.

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