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NASA is sending a rover to a remote frontier on harsh terrain that's unfriendly to humans. But it won't be to the moon or Mars -- it's headed for Greenland. From May 3 to June 8, the Goddard Remotely Operated Vehicle for Exploration and Research will...
Tags: Antarctica, Science, NASA, Science and Technology
You know the zombies that pop back to life even after you stab them with a pitchfork? It's the same with smartphones. That's the bitter lesson I learned after returning home from Greenland and getting a $1,106 bill from Sprint for international data...
A fast-changing Arctic broke records for loss of sea ice and spring snow cover this year, as well as summertime melt of the Greenland ice sheet, federal scientists reported Wednesday. “The Arctic is an extremely sensitive part of the world,”...
World NowThe Greenland ice sheet has a lower melting point than previously thought, with scientists saying not only that it could melt completely at a lower temperature than once believed -- but also that the melting process could soon become irreversible....
Jacket CopyComing Sunday: To Live and Write in L.A. -- writers on the experience of living in and writing about Los Angeles....
Willi Dansgaard, a Danish paleoclimatologist who was the first to recognize that the Earth's climatic history was stored in the Greenland ice cap, died Jan. 8 in Copenhagen, according to the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen. He was 88....
Gold DerbyMovies from 65 nations will compete for best foreign film at the Oscars, including entries from Ethiopia and Greenland, which are new to the race. The rundown just issued by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will be whittled down to a...
Jacket CopyLiterary Death Match, a competition specially built to make attending a reading fun -- or at least slightly inebriated -- is going global, doing 100 readings around the world. Or 100-ish. 100, give or take. Founder Todd Zuniga, editor of......
Greenspace"I'm not sure what is more alarming, the glacial pace of Congress to reduce carbon pollution or the astounding rate of melting Arctic ice."...
GreenspaceThe dramatic shrinking of Arctic sea ice and the Northern Hemisphere's glaciers and snowfields has reduced the radiation of sunlight back into space more than scientists previously predicted, according to a new study in the journal Nature Geoscience. As...
JONATHAN MOTZFELDT Former premier of Greenland Jonathan Motzfeldt, 72, a former premier of Greenland who spearheaded a drive for more self-rule and opposed U.S. bases on the semiautonomous Danish territory, died of a brain hemorrhage Thursday at...
Tags: Defense, Denmark, U.S. Air Force, Brain, Armed Forces
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