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TribLIVE
Celebrity Homes: 80-home town is up for auctionZone was established in 1958 by Congress so as not to interfere with the operat
Celebrity Homes: 80-home town is up for auction
TribLIVE / Posted 8 days ago
Zone was established in 1958 by Congress so as not to interfere with the operation of the nearby parabolic dishes or the National Radio Astronomy Observatory 30 miles away. The former U.S. Navy base, Sugar Grove Station, is suitable as a... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Parkes telescope detects key feature of life outside our solar systemto one of the handed forms being more common than the other. The detection of
Parkes telescope detects key feature of life outside our solar system
Daily Liberal / Posted 15 days ago
to one of the handed forms being more common than the other. The detection of propylene oxide was led by Brett McGuire (US National Radio Astronomy Observatory) and P. Brandon Carroll (California Institute of Technology). Parkes discovered its... Read more
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Western Advocate
Parkes telescope detects key feature of life outside our solar systemto one of the handed forms being more common than the other. The detection of
Parkes telescope detects key feature of life outside our solar system
Western Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
to one of the handed forms being more common than the other. The detection of propylene oxide was led by Brett McGuire (US National Radio Astronomy Observatory) and P. Brandon Carroll (California Institute of Technology). Parkes discovered its... Read more
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15d
redOrbit
Researchers find first example of chirality in interstellar spacemade in the Universe and the effects they may have on the origins of life," Bre
Researchers find first example of chirality in interstellar space
redOrbit / Posted 15 days ago
made in the Universe and the effects they may have on the origins of life," Brett McGuire, a postdoctoral Fellow with the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO), told redOrbit in a statement.Development of organic molecules Intricate natural... Read more
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Raw Story
Groundbreaking discovery of organic molecule in spacemolecule, propylene oxide, was found “near the center of our galaxy in an enorm
Groundbreaking discovery of organic molecule in space
Raw Story / Posted 15 days ago
molecule, propylene oxide, was found “near the center of our galaxy in an enormous star-forming cloud of dust and gas,” the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) said in a statement. Scientists used an extremely sensitive radio telescope to... Read more
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15d
express
Life in space BREAKTHROUGH: Scientists discover complex organic molecules in deep spaceof life in space Alien life in the universe is COMMON but doesn’t last long B
Life in space BREAKTHROUGH: Scientists discover complex organic molecules in deep space
express / Posted 15 days ago
of life in space Alien life in the universe is COMMON but doesn’t last long Brett McGuire, postdoctoral fellow at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO), said: “This is the first molecule detected in interstellar space that has the... Read more
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16d
Brisbane Times
Parkes telescope may have found clue to life on earth, and elsewhereyet whether it is a leftie or a rightie. The molecule was detected in interste
Parkes telescope may have found clue to life on earth, and elsewhere
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
yet whether it is a leftie or a rightie. The molecule was detected in interstellar space by Brett McGuire, from the US National Radio Astronomy Observatory, and P. Brandon Carroll, from California Institute of Technology. Dr John Reynolds, the... Read more
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WA Today
Parkes telescope may have found clue to life on earth, and elsewhereyet whether it is a leftie or a rightie. The molecule was detected in interste
Parkes telescope may have found clue to life on earth, and elsewhere
WA Today / Posted 16 days ago
yet whether it is a leftie or a rightie. The molecule was detected in interstellar space by Brett McGuire, from the US National Radio Astronomy Observatory, and P. Brandon Carroll, from California Institute of Technology. Dr John Reynolds, the... Read more
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16d
The Age
Parkes telescope may have found clue to life on earth, and elsewhereSloan Digital Sky Survey. Photo: CSIRO The molecule was detected in interstell
Parkes telescope may have found clue to life on earth, and elsewhere
The Age / Posted 16 days ago
Sloan Digital Sky Survey. Photo: CSIRO The molecule was detected in interstellar space by Brett McGuire, from the US National Radio Astronomy Observatory, and P. Brandon Carroll, from California Institute of Technology. Dr John Reynolds, the... Read more
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16d
Canberra Times
Parkes telescope may have found clue to life on earth, and elsewhereyet whether it is a leftie or a rightie. The molecule was detected in interste
Parkes telescope may have found clue to life on earth, and elsewhere
Canberra Times / Posted 16 days ago
yet whether it is a leftie or a rightie. The molecule was detected in interstellar space by Brett McGuire, from the US National Radio Astronomy Observatory, and P. Brandon Carroll, from California Institute of Technology. Dr John Reynolds, the... Read more
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16d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'Key to life' molecule found in spacebeen a riddle which has bugged people for many decades, 100 years or more." St
'Key to life' molecule found in space
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
been a riddle which has bugged people for many decades, 100 years or more." Study co-author, Brett Mcguire from the US National Radio Astronomy Observatory, said the discovery could explain much about our past — and whether life exists... Read more
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16d
The Times & The Sunday Times
Could this interstellar discovery help scientists figure out why Earth molecules lean left?molecule, propylene oxide, was found "near the center of our galaxy in an enorm
Could this interstellar discovery help scientists figure out why Earth molecules lean left?
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 16 days ago
molecule, propylene oxide, was found "near the center of our galaxy in an enormous star-forming cloud of dust and gas," the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) said in a statement. Scientists used an extremely sensitive radio telescope to... Read more
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New Kerala
Life's first handshake detected near our galaxy - newkerala.com #77002and the effects they may have on the origins of life," explained Brett McGuire,
Life's first handshake detected near our galaxy - newkerala.com #77002
New Kerala / Posted 16 days ago
and the effects they may have on the origins of life," explained Brett McGuire, Jansky post-doctoral Fellow with the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) in Charlottesville, Virginia. "Propylene oxide is among the most complex and... Read more
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The Hindu
First complex organic molecule discovered in spacemade in the Universe and the effects they may have on the origins of life,” sai
First complex organic molecule discovered in space
The Hindu / Posted 16 days ago
made in the Universe and the effects they may have on the origins of life,” said Brett McGuire, postdoctoral fellow at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) in the US. “Propylene oxide is among the most complex and structurally intricate... Read more
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The Register
Astroboffins' discovery gives search for early life a left hand. Or rightdiscovery was made using two radio telescopes – Green Bank in the USA, and Park
Astroboffins' discovery gives search for early life a left hand. Or right
The Register / Posted 16 days ago
discovery was made using two radio telescopes – Green Bank in the USA, and Parkes in Australia. What Brett McGuire (US National Radio Astronomy Observatory) and P. Brandon Carroll (California Institute of Technology) are What they're presenting... Read more
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17d
Sydney Morning Herald
Parkes telescope may have found clue to life on earth, and elsewhereSloan Digital Sky Survey. Photo: CSIRO The molecule was detected in interstell
Parkes telescope may have found clue to life on earth, and elsewhere
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
Sloan Digital Sky Survey. Photo: CSIRO The molecule was detected in interstellar space by Brett McGuire, from the US National Radio Astronomy Observatory, and P. Brandon Carroll, from California Institute of Technology. Dr John Reynolds, the... Read more
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17d
CNET
Interstellar molecule could help solve life mysteryand to understand the role they play in the origins of homochirality and life,"
Interstellar molecule could help solve life mystery
CNET / Posted 17 days ago
and to understand the role they play in the origins of homochirality and life," explained co-author Brett McGuire of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Virginia. Of the 180 interstellar molecules discovered so far, the chiral propylene... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Groundbreaking discovery of organic molecule in spacemolecule, propylene oxide, was found “near the center of our galaxy in an enorm
Groundbreaking discovery of organic molecule in space
Manila Bulletin / Posted 17 days ago
molecule, propylene oxide, was found “near the center of our galaxy in an enormous star-forming cloud of dust and gas,” the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) said in a statement. Scientists used an extremely sensitive radio telescope to... Read more
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17d
Japan Today
Groundbreaking discovery of organic molecule in space ‹ Japan Todaymolecule, propylene oxide, was found “near the center of our galaxy in an enorm
Groundbreaking discovery of organic molecule in space ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 17 days ago
molecule, propylene oxide, was found “near the center of our galaxy in an enormous star-forming cloud of dust and gas,” the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) said in a statement. Scientists used an extremely sensitive radio telescope to... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Groundbreaking discovery of organic molecule in spacemolecule, propylene oxide, was found "near the center of our galaxy in an enorm
Groundbreaking discovery of organic molecule in space
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 17 days ago
molecule, propylene oxide, was found "near the center of our galaxy in an enormous star-forming cloud of dust and gas," the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) said in a statement. Scientists used an extremely sensitive radio telescope to... Read more
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Popular Science Australia
A Molecule In Space Could Help Us Understand The Origin Of Life On Earthnever seen these kinds of molecules anywhere else in the universe. Now, for the
A Molecule In Space Could Help Us Understand The Origin Of Life On Earth
Popular Science Australia / Posted 17 days ago
never seen these kinds of molecules anywhere else in the universe. Now, for the first time, a team of scientists at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Virginia, the California Institute of Technology, and Harvard University discovered... Read more
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Newsmax
Asymmetric Molecule, Key to Life, Detected in Space for 1st Timemolecules are made in the universe and the effects they may have on the origins
Asymmetric Molecule, Key to Life, Detected in Space for 1st Time
Newsmax / Posted 17 days ago
molecules are made in the universe and the effects they may have on the origins of life," chemist Brett McGuire of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Charlottesville, Virginia said in a statement. These types of molecules, vital for... Read more
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Raw Story
Asymmetric molecule, key to life, detected in space for 1st timemolecules are made in the universe and the effects they may have on the origins
Asymmetric molecule, key to life, detected in space for 1st time
Raw Story / Posted 17 days ago
molecules are made in the universe and the effects they may have on the origins of life,” chemist Brett McGuire of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Charlottesville, Virginia said in a statement. These types of molecules, vital for... Read more
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17d
Daily Mail
Did the chemicals for life come from interstellar gas?are made in the universe and the effects they may have on the origins of life,'
Did the chemicals for life come from interstellar gas?
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
are made in the universe and the effects they may have on the origins of life,' said Dr Brett McGuire, a chemist at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) in Charlottesville, Virginia. RELATED ARTICLES The galaxy-hunting robots:... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Asymmetric molecule, key to life, detected in space for first timemolecules are made in the universe and the effects they may have on the origins
Asymmetric molecule, key to life, detected in space for first time
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 17 days ago
molecules are made in the universe and the effects they may have on the origins of life," chemist Brett McGuire of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Charlottesville, Virginia said in a statement. These types of molecules, vital for... Read more
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PhysOrg
Life's first handshake: Chiral molecule detected in interstellar spacethe effects they may have on the origins of life," said Brett McGuire, a chemis
Life's first handshake: Chiral molecule detected in interstellar space
PhysOrg / Posted 17 days ago
the effects they may have on the origins of life," said Brett McGuire, a chemist and Jansky Postdoctoral Fellow with the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) in Charlottesville, Virginia. "Propylene oxide is among the most complex and... Read more
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17d
PhysOrg
How citizen scientists discovered a giant cluster of galaxiesthe chance of making a truly great discovery. A radio galaxy (Hercules A) power
How citizen scientists discovered a giant cluster of galaxies
PhysOrg / Posted 17 days ago
the chance of making a truly great discovery. A radio galaxy (Hercules A) powered by a black hole, based on image from the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, showing the radio emission (red) superimposed on the optical emission (white). Credit:... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
West Virginia editorial roundupall? The Gazette-Mail featured a group of farmers working together at a place
West Virginia editorial roundup
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 23 days ago
all? The Gazette-Mail featured a group of farmers working together at a place you'd least expect it, the grounds of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory at Green Bank. Last week, farmers planted the last of six five-acre plots on a stretch... Read more
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The Marietta Times
West Virginia editorial roundupall? The Gazette-Mail featured a group of farmers working together at a place
West Virginia editorial roundup
The Marietta Times / Posted 23 days ago
all? The Gazette-Mail featured a group of farmers working together at a place you'd least expect it, the grounds of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory at Green Bank. Last week, farmers planted the last of six five-acre plots on a stretch... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
West Virginia editorial roundupall? The Gazette-Mail featured a group of farmers working together at a place
West Virginia editorial roundup
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 23 days ago
all? The Gazette-Mail featured a group of farmers working together at a place you'd least expect it, the grounds of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory at Green Bank. Last week, farmers planted the last of six five-acre plots on a stretch... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Spud niche: Radio observatory land used to grow potatoesto encourage growers to consider potato production has landed at a spot known f
Spud niche: Radio observatory land used to grow potatoes
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 26 days ago
to encourage growers to consider potato production has landed at a spot known for its extraterrestrial activity — the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank. The last of six five-acre plots on observatory property was seeded with... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Spud niche: Radio observatory land used to grow potatoesto encourage growers to consider potato production has landed at a spot known f
Spud niche: Radio observatory land used to grow potatoes
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 26 days ago
to encourage growers to consider potato production has landed at a spot known for its extraterrestrial activity — the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank. The last of six five-acre plots on observatory property was seeded with... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Spud niche: Radio observatory land used to grow potatoesto encourage growers to consider potato production has landed at a spot known f
Spud niche: Radio observatory land used to grow potatoes
The Marietta Times / Posted 26 days ago
to encourage growers to consider potato production has landed at a spot known for its extraterrestrial activity — the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Green Bank. The last of six five-acre plots on observatory property was seeded with... Read more
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PhysOrg
New radio map of Jupiter reveals what's beneath colorful cloudsupgrade to the VLA that improved sensitivity by a factor of 10, said Bryan Butl
New radio map of Jupiter reveals what's beneath colorful clouds
PhysOrg / Posted 29 days ago
upgrade to the VLA that improved sensitivity by a factor of 10, said Bryan Butler, a co-author and staff astronomer at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in Socorro, New Mexico, which operates the VLA. "These Jupiter maps really show the... Read more
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New Kerala
In a first, hydrogen signal detected from galaxy far, far away - newkerala.com #71481cosmic records to see hydrogen in a galaxy more than five billion light years a
In a first, hydrogen signal detected from galaxy far, far away - newkerala.com #71481
New Kerala / Posted 29 days ago
cosmic records to see hydrogen in a galaxy more than five billion light years away. Using the Very Large Array of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in the US, the team observed radio emission from hydrogen in a distant galaxy and found... Read more
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The Financial Express
Cosmic record to detect hydrogen in distant galaxy smashedin a galaxy more than five billion light years away – almost double the previou
Cosmic record to detect hydrogen in distant galaxy smashed
The Financial Express / Posted 29 days ago
in a galaxy more than five billion light years away – almost double the previous record. Using the Very Large Array of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in the US, the team observed radio emission from hydrogen in a distant galaxy and found... Read more
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The Financial Express
In a first, hydrogen signal detected from galaxy far, far awaycosmic records to see hydrogen in a galaxy more than five billion light years a
In a first, hydrogen signal detected from galaxy far, far away
The Financial Express / Posted 29 days ago
cosmic records to see hydrogen in a galaxy more than five billion light years away. Using the Very Large Array of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in the US, the team observed radio emission from hydrogen in a distant galaxy and found... Read more
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PhysOrg
Astronomers smash cosmic records to see hydrogen in distant galaxyin a galaxy more than five billion light years away—almost double the previous
Astronomers smash cosmic records to see hydrogen in distant galaxy
PhysOrg / Posted 29 days ago
in a galaxy more than five billion light years away—almost double the previous record. Using the Very Large Array of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in the US, the team observed radio emission from hydrogen in a distant galaxy and found... Read more
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New Kerala
Astronomers detect hydrogen in distant galaxy for first time - newkerala.com #71297than five billion light years away -- almost double the previous record. Using
Astronomers detect hydrogen in distant galaxy for first time - newkerala.com #71297
New Kerala / Posted 30 days ago
than five billion light years away -- almost double the previous record. Using the Very Large Array radio telescope of the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in the US, the team observed radio emission from hydrogen in a distant galaxy and found... Read more
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