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Researchers See Corals Dancing With New Microscope

Researchers See Corals Dancing With New Microscope

A new research reveals that scientists have been able to get a real close look at the dancing corals using a new underwater microscope. The research was published in the journal Nature Communications on July 12, 2016. Researchers revealed the unparalleled potential of the Benthic Underwater Microscope (BUM) in the exploration of the underwater world.

Tesla admits its autopilot feature was on in a car that crashed recently

Tesla admits its autopilot feature was on in a car that crashed recently

In a crash that happened on Sunday involving Tesla car, the company has admitted that its autopilot feature was activated at that time. But the carmaker has mentioned that autopilot feature was not being used correctly at the time of the accident.

In the accident, the motorist survived. But in another accident, a Tesla car owner died when the driver-assist function failed to find another vehicle in the way. These incidents do not make Chief executive Elon Musk to look out for option to disable autopilot.

CARB rejects Volkswagen recall proposal to settle 3-liter diesel-powered vehicles issue

CARB rejects Volkswagen recall proposal to settle 3-liter diesel-powered vehicles issue

Volkswagen has earlier proposed to the California Air Resources Board (CARB) that it can announce a recall action to settle the concerns with regard to 3-liter diesel-powered vehicles. But now, the board has rejected the proposal.

The plan submitted with the board was supposed to include details how its 3-liter diesel-powered vehicles, which includes Volkswagen Touareg, Porsche Cayenne and Audi A8, has cheated US emission tests. But the documents did not contain sufficient information owing to which the board has rejected the proposal.

NASA blamed for shutting down video to coverup UFO sighting

NASA blamed for shutting down video to coverup UFO sighting

A new UFO sighting has been claimed by UFO hunters. A live streaming video from the International Space Station (ISS) on July 9 has captured an unexplained object coming from space and moving towards earth. But then all of sudden the video feed was cut and its being said that NASA has cut the video feed.

After the video was being cut, the message started to appear on the screen that a temporary technical glitch has taken place. This is not the first time when people have watched NASA’s space station live feed and claimed of seeing strange objects nearby.

OSHA fines RWS Manufacturing for not fixing problem

OSHA fines RWS Manufacturing for not fixing problem

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) put a fine of around $200,000 on RWS Manufacturing, which is in the Washington County town of Kingsbury. It said the upstate New York manufacturing company failed to correct combustible dust hazards that were identified during inspection that was conducted before a fire broke in the plant last December.

Health care cost is expected to increase greatly over next decade in the US

Health care cost is expected to increase greatly over next decade in the US

Health care cost per person this year in the US is expected to jump to $10,345. On Wednesday, government anticipated that health care cost would grow at faster pace than the national economy in coming decade, and that national health expenditures will be $3.35 trillion this year.

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How Juno Probe sees Jupiter? NASA Releases First In-orbit View

How Juno Probe sees Jupiter? NASA Releases First In-orbit View

NASA’s Juno spacecraft, which has started orbiting Jupiter, has beamed back first image of the most massive planet in the solar system. The Jovian orbiter captured the image on July 10 using its JunoCam camera.

The image taken shows Great Red Spot and three moons- Io, Europa and Ganymede- of Jupiter. Other atmosphere features are also visible in the picture. NASA released the image on Tuesday for space enthusiasts. It also revealed that the probe will capture the first high-resolution picture of the planet after a few weeks from now.

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