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Fabien Cousteau's Underwater 'Mission-31' Set to Begin in June


Fabien Cousteau, grandson of the legendary underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau is getting ready to launch a new mission that will take him and his team under the sea to live and work for 31 days. We'll learn more about the upcoming Mission-31 when Mr. Cousteau joins us on this week's One on One Segment. And… Astronomers this week found an exoplanet that's out in space spinning like a top.  It's the first time the rotation of a planet outside our solar system has been measured. Antibiotics have long been a powerful tool in fighting infections...but now, there over-use could make then a major threat to public health. Coral reefs are being killed at a rapid pace by rising ocean temperatures and increasing acidity. We’ll hear how heat tolerant corals could lead to new ways of conserving these precious reefs. Scientists have come across the coldest brown dwarf star that's been detected so far.   A new non-invasive breath test has been developed that detects lung cancer.   For the first time astronomers have gotten 3 D images of a cosmological entity whose structure, until now has been only theoretical in nature. These stories and more are coming up for you on VOA's science, health and technology magazine, "Science World."  

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