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Cavers fight to take the right to roam to new depths
Campaigners call for government to extend legal rights of countryside access to Britain's underground wonders

Cavers are calling for the government to extend the rights that allow access to mountains, moors, heaths and down Latest news and comment from B

Two caves containing endangered bats discovered in Canada
The find is key to figuring out what habitat must be protected to help keep these important and vulnerable mammals safe. All MNN Content
'Space Archaeologists' Show Spike in Looting at Egypt's Ancient Sites
Scientists used satellite images to monitor pyramids, tombs and buried cities from 2002 to 2013 Scientific American
‘Terror tunnels’ aren’t alone down below, team finds
Underground spaces in Israel aren’t limited to Hamas “terror tunnels” in the south — the country is blessed with thousands of caves. Hebrew University researchers announced they have discovered and mapped the deepest cave ever fou
Cave Rescue Overcame Underground Waterfalls, High Winds, Vertical Shafts
Two men in yellow helmets peered down into the dark cavern as they slowly winched into view a bearded man strapped onto a stretcher and wrapped in styrofoam and a red sleeping bag to protect him from the freezing temperatures deep
University of Akron geology and microbiology students conduct research in remote caves
AKRON, Ohio -- Hazel Barton, an associate professor of microbiology and geology at the University of Akron, offers one of the most amazing field work experiences for students in the country, according to Popular Science. “Bart
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The crew of the Victoria Clipper, a catamaran-style passenger vessel, was in the area and stood by in case the passenger...-The Seattle Times: Home
Yale astronomers identify new exoplanet

A Yale graduate student working in collaboration with a Yale professor and a researcher at NASA’s Ames Research Ce...-Yale Daily News - Latest Issue

Soyuz capsule docks with International Space Station
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