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A 'wobble' in moon's orbit can lead to floods, warns NASA

Zee News Tuesday, 13 July 2021
A study, conducted by NASA, says that a 'wobble' in Moon's orbit combined with rising sea levels due to climate change will lead to devastating floods in the world. The situation is likely to become especially grim around mid-2030s.
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'Wobble' in Moon's Orbit Could Cause Record Flooding in the 2030s, NASA Study Finds. 'Wobble' in Moon's Orbit Could Cause Record Flooding in the 2030s, NASA Study Finds. The NASA study is a warning that "nuisance floods" could become frequent fixtures across U.S. coastlines in the next...

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