VIDEO: UFO in Moscow?

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A glowing halo in clouds over Moscow looks like an Independence Day style alien attack.

The astonishing ring was spotted over the city and captured on video by stunned locals.

It has been described as a "true mystery" by a UFO expert.

How much longer will the space station fly?

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It's the most complex construction project in history.

NASA's funding of the international space station is scheduled to end in 2016.

Flying 400 kms overhead, the international space station can be seen with the naked eye, orbiting the Earth every 90 minutes, usually carrying a crew of six. Now, before construction of the station is even complete, there is already talk of when the lights will be turned off.

October 12-On this day globally...

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1737 As many as 300,000 people are killed when a cyclone and storm surge hit the Hooghly River, Calcutta, India.
1804 An offshore hurricane induces northerly gales over New England,USA. These gales delivered some heavy snow, including 90cm at the crest of the Green Mountains and 30cm snow over the Berkshire Mountains at Goshen, Connecticut.

Dramatic NEW video of Tsunami slamming into cars

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The FBI has released this new security camera footage of the first tsunami that struck American Samoa. 

It was recorded above a car park at the FBI headquarters in Pago Pago.

Weather for V8s at Bathurst

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EDITED FINAL UPDATE:  Current condtiions:  Showers have cleared Bathurst however one last band is moving in and may arrive before the race ends.  Thunderstorms are not expected to affect the race according to  Check the radar link below for the latest radar images over the next hour or so.  Temp: 17.

Astronomy fans left disappointed after moon explosion

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There wasn't a cloud in the sky early Friday when Dave Samuels trained his telescopes at the moon, hoping to catch a glimpse of a NASA rocket striking the lunar landscape.

The moon, shown shortly before NASA's rockets hit on Friday morning.

"We saw nothing," he said.

Samuels is vice president of the Fremont Peak Observatory near Monterey, California, which had invited members of the public to watch Friday's NASA mission through its telescopes.

Tsunami confirmed after 7.8 quake

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4:25pm LATEST:
- Tsunami threat remains for New Zealand: Civil Defence says dangerous currents/tidal surges possible.
- Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre has cancelled its warning for New Zealand
- Tsunami measured just 4cms.

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre has confirmed a tsunami has been generated by a large earthquake off Vanuatu.

Tokyo braces for Typhoon. 1400mm of rain falls in Taiwan.

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Tropical entities in the western Pacific continue to haunt and taunt east Asian nations.

With little steering currents in the upper atmosphere, Tropical Storm Parma is stubbornly lingering over Luzon, the northern island of the Philippines.

Collision with the Moon to unearth water

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Wait, what? There's water on the moon? Yes - through the millions and billions of years, comets have constantly impacted the moon. What do comets consist of (among other things)? You got it, ice.


Scientists believe that when the comets have struck the moon, they released water onto the moon's surface. How do we know where comets have struck? Simple - just look for the impact zones or craters.

ANIMATION: Tsunami travelling across the Pacific Ocean

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NOAA - America's National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association - has just released this incredible animation of last weeks tsunami as it travelled across the Pacific Ocean.

The tsunami was detected from Alaska to Antarctica with New Zealand very near the biggest pool of energy.