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Pot Residues Reveal Secrets of Ancient Cuisine – Ancient Origins

A team of archaeologists from the University of California, Berkeley, have published a new research paper in the journal Scientific Reports, which presents evid…

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Coronavirus Scotland: Glasgow restaurant closes after staff member linked to Covid case – The Scottish Sun

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A GLASGOW restaurant has made the “difficult decision” to close after a staff member was linked to a positive coronavirus case.
The Dapper Mongoose on Kilmarnock Road, Shawlands has temporarily shut after being contacted through Test and Protect.
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The member of staff was identified as a close contact of someone who tested positive
The member of staff was identified as a close contact of someone who tested positive for the virus…

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The 1st Artemis astronauts on the moon may not visit the lunar south pole after all, NASA says – Space.com

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For 18 months, NASA has focused on landing astronauts in 2024
near the moon’s south pole, but that last piece of the directive may need to take a back seat if executing the mission gets too tricky, agency officials say.
The Artemis program
landing site issue came up at two separate events with agency leaders this week, beginning with NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine’s comments to open a digital meeting
held by a NASA advisory group called the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, on Monday …

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Blue Moon will be visible in UK on Halloween | Echo – Echo

STARGAZERS can look forward to an “unusual” celestial event next month when a Blue Moon rises in the sky.

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STARGAZERS can look forward to an “unusual” celestial event next month when a Blue Moon rises in the sky.
Blue Moons are defined as the second full moon in a calendar month.
Seeing two full moons in a month is rare as there are about 29.5 days between full moons, according to NASA. 
The cosmic display happens seven times every 19 years, which means the world will not see the next one on October 31 until 2039.
What makes this event even rarer is that it will be seen in all parts of the world …

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