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PH P2.5-B deficit, Albay massacre, PHLPost cheap money transfer, Casureco II P120-M security deposit, $12-M online piracy suit

PH registers P2.5 billion deficit in October The National Government registered a P2.5 billion fiscal deficit in October, even as expenditures continued in a slower pace than revenues. But instead of delving into the details of the deficit, the National Economic Development Authority, in a statement, was more into highlighting […]

Pope Francis Manila itinerary, P-Noy to Singapore, real property tax of IPP, state employee’s 13th month pay

This is the Itinerary of Pope Francis’ visit in PH. Manila Archbishop Luis Antonio Tagle formally announced the itinerary of much-awaited apostolic visit on January 15-19, 2015 byPope Francis. According to the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP), Pope Francis will arrive Manila in the morning of January 15 […]

PH Ebola aid to W Africa, Dolphins in Albay, Aquino home from Mayanmar summit, PH export up 5.7%

PH to send medical resources to Ebola-stricken W. Africa The Philippines is sending medical resources to Ebola-stricken countries in Western African region according to President Benigno S. Aquino III. He said the Philippines will send medical resources in support of the global effort to help nations overwhelmed by the Ebola […]

Canada P825-M Yolanda assistance, Pnioy food & cuisine festival in Myanmar

Canada launches call for proposals for P825-million livelihood, reconstruction assistance for ‘Yolanda’-affected communities. MANILA, Nov. 11 — The Government of Canada launched the Typhoon Haiyan Reconstruction Assistance Call for Proposals in Ottawa in commemoration of the first anniversary of typhoon ‘Yolanda’ (Haiyan) and as part of its ongoing assistance to […]

NASA’s Kepler Mission announces find of 715 new planets

WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 — U.S. space agenecy NASA said Wednesday its Kepler spacecraft has verified the existence of 715 more planets orbiting stars outside the solar system. The latest discovery brings the confirmed count of planets beyond the solar system to nearly 1,700, Jack Lissauer, a planetary scientist at NASA’s […]

Sochi Olympic torch completes longest relay in history

With the XXII Winter Olympic Games formally open in Sochi, Russia, the athletes who compete must turn their eyes to the sky to see how far the torch that is lighting the Olympic flame has traveled. This torch, which has journeyed farther than any torch in Olympic relay history, arrived […]

Rosetta wakes up for comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko

NASA is participating in the European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission, whose goal is to observe one comet space-bound icy dirt ball from up close — for months on end. The spacecraft, festooned with 25 instruments between its lander and orbiter (including three from NASA), is programmed to “wake up” from […]

German scientists recreate natural bone marrow in lab

BERLIN — Good news come in trickles, and at a slow pace, dedication and cost. But this one will sprinkle the drought in knowledge in the treatment of leukemia. German scientists have developed a prototype of artificial bone marrow, which can simplify the treatment of leukemia in a few years, […]

Nightwatcher becomes us with beautiful Quadrantid showers

The 2014 Quadrantids, a little-known sky spectacle of meteor showers named after an extinct constellation, will present an excellent chance for hardy souls to start the year off with some late-night meteor watching. Peaking in the wee morning hours between January 3 and 4, the Quadrantids have a maximum rate […]

ISS crew replaces ammonia pump, next spacewalk on Tuesday

Expedition 38 Flight Engineers Rick Mastracchio and Mike Hopkins wrapped up a 5-hour, 28-minute spacewalk outside the International Space Station at 12:29 p.m. EST Saturday, completing the first in a series of excursions aimed at replacing a degraded ammonia pump module associated with one of the station’s two external cooling […]

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Rosetta wakes up for comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko

NASA is participating in the European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission, whose goal is to observe one comet space-bound icy dirt ball from up close — for months on end. The spacecraft, festooned with 25 instruments between its lander and orbiter (including three from NASA), is programmed to “wake up” from […]

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German scientists recreate natural bone marrow in lab

BERLIN — Good news come in trickles, and at a slow pace, dedication and cost. But this one will sprinkle the drought in knowledge in the treatment of leukemia. German scientists have developed a prototype of artificial bone marrow, which can simplify the treatment of leukemia in a few years, […]

Canada P825-M Yolanda assistance, Pnioy food & cuisine festival in Myanmar

Canada launches call for proposals for P825-million livelihood, reconstruction assistance for ‘Yolanda’-affected communities. MANILA, Nov. 11 — The Government of Canada launched the Typhoon Haiyan Reconstruction Assistance Call for Proposals in Ottawa in commemoration of the first anniversary of typhoon ‘Yolanda’ (Haiyan) and as part of its ongoing assistance to […]

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Comet ISON Fizzles as it rounds the Sun – NASA

Comet ISON went around the sun on Nov. 28, 2013. Several solar observatories watched the comet throughout this closest approach to the sun, known as perihelion. While the fate of the comet is not yet established, it is likely that it did not survive the trip. The comet grew faint […]

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