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2015/04/01 16:31
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It’s eclipse season! On Saturday morning, anyone east of the Mississippi River will be able to wake up early (between 4:00-5:00AM CST, with maximum viewing around 7AM CST) and view the first total...
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2015/04/01 15:44
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Don't press the snooze button for this one. The sky spectacle will be visible from all parts of the United States, with people in the eastern part of the country seeing the beginning stages of the...
2015/04/01 10:49
2015/04/01 10:49
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Share this article: The real estate company's director of social media gives examples of how marketers can produce content that captures consumers' attention in their brand's social streams. If...
2015/04/01 10:39
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All stars that twinkle in the night sky vary in their masses. While some stars have masses smaller than 1/10 of solar masses, others have masses larger than 100 solar masses. How such a wide variety...
2015/04/01 10:39
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Galaxies are constantly forming new stars within dense clouds of interstellar material. The star formation rate in today's galaxies is, however, much lower than it used to be. When the universe was...
2015/04/01 10:15
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They’re not the fastest moving robots on this planet, or on Mars as it turns out, but Nasa’s Curiosity Rover and Opportunity are making some epic discoveries on the Red Planet. Here are 10 things you...
2015/04/01 03:10
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A major advance in the treatment of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is now available to patients in Baton Rouge. The CentraSight implant, described as a “mini Telescope,” can fix the most...
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2015/04/01 02:59
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Updated: April 1, 2015 05:49 IST Mysuru student, who discovered asteroid, fetedSpecial Correspondent Ronaldo Laishram, a student from Manipur, studying in SJCE, was on Tuesday honoured by the former...
2015/04/01 01:21
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Are these mystery radio bursts messages from ALIENS? Study finds freak frequencies from outside the Milky Way ALL form unexplained multiples of 187.5 Scientists are trying to work out what is causing...
2015/03/31 23:36
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CAWONGLA resident Andrew Hanlon has puzzled over the glowing, unidentified shape that appeared in a photograph he took of the moon two months ago. Mr Hanlon, who has an interest in astronomy, said he...
2015/03/31 23:10
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PEORIA, Ill -- Two of central Illinois' amateur Telescope makers share their know-how and secrets. Rich Tennis and Greg Neaveill are member of the Peoria Astronomical Society. Join them Wednesday...
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2015/03/31 21:38
2015/03/31 21:38
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When Luke Skywalker stares off toward the horizon of Tatooine at a double sunset in "Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope," we know we're watching a moment of pure science fiction. At least, that was the...
2015/03/31 21:22
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Bald eagles are making a comeback in New Jersey and it's the time of year when baby eaglets start breaking out of their shells. Biologist Kathy Clark with the Division of Fish and Wildlife says 150...
2015/03/31 20:10
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Opponents of the Thirty Meter Telescope project gathered late Thursday afternoon along the road leading to Mauna Kea. HILO >> Protesters are preventing construction of a giant Telescope near the...
2015/03/31 20:03
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There are many trees at the Goddard Space Center in Maryland, but there is one in particular that is set within a low fence, a tree that caught our attention. It is a sycamore tree that has grown from...
2015/03/31 19:13
2015/03/31 19:13
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March is Women’s History month. At Energy.gov we are highlighting the great contributions to science, technology, engineering and mathematics or STEM fields made by women throughout history, as well...
2015/03/31 18:42
2015/03/31 18:42
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Galaxies like our Milky Way with its 100 billion stars are usually not found in isolation. In the Universe today, 13.8 billion years after the Big Bang, many are in dense clusters of tens, or even...
2015/03/31 17:26
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A time-exposure photograph of the Milky Way over the New Mexico desert. The word “galaxy” comes from the Greek for milk.Credit CHRIS COOK/PHOTO RESEARCHERS In 1610, Galileo Galilei published a small...
2015/03/31 16:51
2015/03/31 16:51
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In this handout illustration made available on December 5, 2011 by NASA, the Kepler-22b, a planet known to comfortably circle in the habitable zone of a sun-like star is digitally illustrated. For the...
2015/03/31 15:42
2015/03/31 15:42
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Auctioneer Ivor Bowden cajoled atomic energy staff to part with money at a lunch in 1978 to support Red Cross famine relief work. One of the items on sale was a giant pumpkin. Sixty people attended...
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