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In recent times, because there were so many things going on, He said it is the aim of the terrorists to unsettle the populace and promote fear using these concocted images. there is the need for us to cease fire. were they invited to stand beside some of the region’s most elite defense forces?reported.Still the Spanish Astronomy Society issued astatementclaiming that the approved budget is insufficient for the observatory’s operation and that the staff cuts will harm the observatory’s ability to carry out its science mission Calar Alto is not the only medium-sized observatory having problems As larger telescopes become more common astronomers are having to find new roles for medium telescopes—for example studies that require many nights of continuous observation One drawback to Calar Alto compared with Spain’s other top observing site in the Canary Islands is that it has less reliable weather AstronomerJanet Drewof the University of Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom who chaired an international review of medium-sized telescopes in 2010 writes that despite that limitation "good/important science is about good instrumentation unique capabilities—not purely data volume" She adds:"CAHA certainly has had very-evidently internationally-competitive instruments and could again" One of those future instruments is CARMENES designed to use the observatory’s 35-meter telescope to search for extrasolar planets It should go into service toward the end of this year It is an example of the kind of observing programs that have emerged over recent decades as astronomers have turned to smaller telescopes for long-term studies of planet-hosting stars Such studies are an important complement to more expensive space-based extrasolar planet discovery missions such as the now-defunct Kepler "I think it’s great to invest in big scientific instruments but you have to have a balance with smaller telescopes" Quintana says Drew and Quintana both expressed hope for CAHA’s long-term future "Areduced budgetdoesn’t have to be the end of the road – it does demand careful specialization" Drew writes And Quintana says that "maybe we have to pass through an era when we have some unreasonable minimums but I’m sure that it will have abetter future"The recently canceled Carbon Monitoring System a NASA research program that uses data from satellites such as the Orbiting Carbon Observatory 2 could be reinstated by Congress NASA NASA science and NSF do well in Senate spending bill By Jeffrey Mervis Eric HandJun 13 2018 1:05 PM A US Senate spending panel has proposed giving healthy boosts to space research at NASA and the National Science Foundation (NSF) next year The increases are part of a 2019 spending bill marked up yesterday by the Senate Appropriations Commerce Justice and Science subcommittee It is slightly less generous to research than a version approved last month by the parallel spending committee of the US House of Representatives but stands well above what President Donald Trump requested for those agencies The bills cover the fiscal year that begins on 1 October The panel has allocated $213 billion for NASA $64 billion of which would go to the science division That is an increase of 28% for science or $180 million above fiscal year 2018 levels and $500 million above Trump’s request Within the science division earth sciences would receive $19 billion planetary science would receive $22 billion and astrophysics would receive $15 billion of which $305 million is for the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) the overbudget project whose launch has been delayed to 2020 The earth science allocation includes money to reinstate the Carbon Monitoring System a $10-million-a-year research program that studies how sinks and sources of carbon can be remotely monitored from space After the Trump administration quietly killed the program House appropriators voted to put the money back Now the Senate has taken its first step in following suit “Thank goodness Congress has a say in the matter” said Senator Bill Nelson (D–FL) in a statement The House spending panel was even more supportive of NASA science allocating $67 billion It matched the Senate figure for earth sciences but poured $276 billion into planetary science thanks in large part to the efforts of its chairman Representative John Culberson (R–TX) to develop a lander component to a planned orbiter around Europa a moon of Jupiter The House mark of $13 billion for astrophysics also contained $305 million for the JWST NSF would receive $8069 billion under the Senate proposal That’s a 4% increase or $302 million over fiscal year 2018 and nearly $600 more than the president’s request But it would be $106 million less than the House spending panel has approved The $63 billion account for its six research directorates would rise by $222 million versus $317 million in the House bill Conversely Senate appropriators were slightly more generous to NSF’s $900 million education account than their House counterparts giving it a $13 million hike rather than flat funding Both bodies want NSF to go full-speed ahead on building three midsize research vessels a change from previous years when the Senate prevailed over low-ball allocations in the House The Senate bill adds $60 million to start construction of a third ship topping NSF’s request for $29 million to finish building two ships House appropriators were all-in this year giving NSF $98 million above its request Yesterday’s markup was short and sweet after Republicans refrained from adding any “poison pill” provisions to the justice and commerce portions of the $63 billion bill But expect some fights tomorrow in the full committee when those provisions are brought up and Democrats offer amendments There will also be more details after the dust settles: As is its custom the Senate committee has delayed posting both the bill text and an accompanying report language until after the full committee voteUkrainian and U. Environmental microbiologist Jed Fuhrman of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles calls the situation a "nightmare" adding that his lab paused a 10-year project of collecting monthly virus samples from the waters between Los Angeles and nearby Catalina Island. One day my pastor told me that I could come and learn work here. ” Wells says.

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