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Jun 2013

The Next Full Moon is the Buck Moon or the Thunder Moon

POSTED BY: S. DOMAGAL-GOLDMAN
 
A little late again, which is (as always is the case) on me and not on Gordon Johnston, who sends out his once-a-moon updates on stellar and lunar happenings. I’ve missed one or two of the posts, and haven’t written in a while but that will change soon. We’re past proposal season (for me) and so I’ll have a more sane workload going forward. Enjoy this full moon, folks – it’s going to be a nice one. ————— The next....
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17
Jun 2013

Random Sample: Periodic

POSTED BY: ADI
 
We begin this week with what might seem to be a collection of random videos and stories that lead us from earthly elements to stellar spectacles. Individually, they are all interesting but there is also a common thread… Can you identify the “periodic” feature in all the stories? The NEW Periodic Table Song (In Order) You have probably heard the Elements song by Tom Lehrer or heard a rendition of that song by Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter). There have been....
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10
Jun 2013

@HabWorlds Twitter Digest, 2013-06-03 to 2013-06-09

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Rover Finds New Evidence That Ancient Mars Was Habitable http://t.co/qwwNpmym2Y 21:07:50 Alien Life Unlikely Around White and Brown Dwarfs, Study Finds http://t.co/xW2kYAQ0GD 14:06:08 With so many nice planets out there, why would aliens attack Earth? http://t.co/Aj3bqMnvAC 13:54:23 Kepler's worlds bigger than first thought http://t.co/ex0fMdysqD 13:47:33
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05
Jun 2013

A new way to see the good old views

POSTED BY: ADI
 
I have always wondered if there will ever be a day when we shall be able to control time and space. You know, fast forward things we experience, then slow them down… Zoom into our world and then zoom back out simply with a two-finger pinch? For the time being at least, such control of our everyday experience seems to be in the realms of science fiction. But I recently discovered three new web-based visualization apps that can give us....
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