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  • Two galaxies create an eye-popping optical illusion for Hubble

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:06 GMT

    Two galaxies create an eye-popping optical illusion for Hubble
    When is a quasar not just a quasar? When it's four (technically, five) views of the same quasar, of course.Our latest Hubble image drop from NASA is a real treat. See that big shiny pool of light in the center? The one with the halo around it, and four pi
  • 11 best apps for hiking

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:06 GMT

    11 best apps for hiking
    Whether gathering supplies for a day hike or setting up camp for a while, these days savvy hikers are sure to pack their digital backpacks with apps to bring out the best in their treks.Don't forget your gorp, and steer clear of fat bears. Happy trails!Pr
  • The 15 absolute best original series on Netflix

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:06 GMT

    The 15 absolute best original series on Netflix
    It's been a long couple of years, but our streaming subscriptions flourish more than ever. It's entirely likely that you or someone you know has recently uttered the phrase "I've watched everything in my queue," or "I've seen everything on Netflix."No, sw
  • How the space station flipped out of control—and why that's a big problem

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:06 GMT

    How the space station flipped out of control—and why that's a big problem
    The International Space Station flipped over on its back on July 29.This was a significant, though fortunately not disastrous, nearly one-hour episode for humanity's largest and oldest space outpost. The station slowly turned over one and a half times. (O
  • Elon Musk's satellite internet got faster over the summer

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:06 GMT

    Elon Musk's satellite internet got faster over the summer
    Folks who are tired of relying on underground cables for fast internet might finally have a good alternative.In general, the kind of fixed broadband internet that powers much of the United States — you know, internet that uses cables and whatnot &md
  • Gravity bends and tugs at dueling galaxies in NASA's vivid new Hubble pic

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:06 GMT

    Gravity bends and tugs at dueling galaxies in NASA's vivid new Hubble pic
    In the Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies (a collection of wild, wondrous galaxies) is a stretched, distorted cosmic object, known as "Arp 195." The trusty Hubble Space Telescope recently captured a vivid shot of this weird place in the universe, which is actuall
  • 65 websites to waste your time on

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:06 GMT

    65 websites to waste your time on
    The internet has changed the world in myriad ways — it has reshaped politics, retail, media, to name a few things — but it has entirely redefined the way people waste time. If the internet was ever good for anything, in fact, my goodness it it
  • The new Anthony Bourdain documentary ‘Roadrunner’ leans partly on deepfaked audio

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:06 GMT

    The new Anthony Bourdain documentary ‘Roadrunner’ leans partly on deepfaked audio
    Igor Bonifacic Contributor Igor Bonifacic is a contributing writer at Engadget. More posts by this contributor US lawmakers want to restrict police use of ‘Stingray’ cell tower simulators
  • PowerZ raises $8.3 million for its video game focused on education

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:06 GMT

    PowerZ raises $8.3 million for its video game focused on education
    French startup PowerZ has raised another $8.3 million (€7 million at today’s exchange rate) including $1.2 million (€1 million) in debt — the rest is a traditional equity round. The company is both an edtech startup and a video game
  • Why the mega comet is so fascinating — and not a threat to Earth

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:06 GMT

    Why the mega comet is so fascinating — and not a threat to Earth
    A colossal comet, maybe the largest ever discovered, is hurtling through our solar system. The newly found icy object, thankfully, is on a path that won't threaten us, or any planet. Yet at some 60 miles across, or perhaps even larger, the comet — a
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  • Seqera Labs grabs $5.5M to help sequence Covid-19 variants and other complex data problems

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:07 GMT

    Seqera Labs grabs $5.5M to help sequence Covid-19 variants and other complex data problems
    Bringing order and understanding to unstructured information located across disparate silos has been one of more significant breakthroughs of the big data era, and today a European startup that has built a platform to help with this challenge specifically
  • Two galaxies create an eye-popping optical illusion for Hubble

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:07 GMT

    Two galaxies create an eye-popping optical illusion for Hubble
    When is a quasar not just a quasar? When it's four (technically, five) views of the same quasar, of course.Our latest Hubble image drop from NASA is a real treat. See that big shiny pool of light in the center? The one with the halo around it, and four pi
  • 11 best apps for hiking

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:07 GMT

    11 best apps for hiking
    Whether gathering supplies for a day hike or setting up camp for a while, these days savvy hikers are sure to pack their digital backpacks with apps to bring out the best in their treks.Don't forget your gorp, and steer clear of fat bears. Happy trails!Pr
  • The 15 absolute best original series on Netflix

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:07 GMT

    The 15 absolute best original series on Netflix
    It's been a long couple of years, but our streaming subscriptions flourish more than ever. It's entirely likely that you or someone you know has recently uttered the phrase "I've watched everything in my queue," or "I've seen everything on Netflix."No, sw
  • How the space station flipped out of control—and why that's a big problem

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:07 GMT

    How the space station flipped out of control—and why that's a big problem
    The International Space Station flipped over on its back on July 29.This was a significant, though fortunately not disastrous, nearly one-hour episode for humanity's largest and oldest space outpost. The station slowly turned over one and a half times. (O
  • Elon Musk's satellite internet got faster over the summer

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:07 GMT

    Elon Musk's satellite internet got faster over the summer
    Folks who are tired of relying on underground cables for fast internet might finally have a good alternative.In general, the kind of fixed broadband internet that powers much of the United States — you know, internet that uses cables and whatnot &md
  • Gravity bends and tugs at dueling galaxies in NASA's vivid new Hubble pic

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:07 GMT

    Gravity bends and tugs at dueling galaxies in NASA's vivid new Hubble pic
    In the Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies (a collection of wild, wondrous galaxies) is a stretched, distorted cosmic object, known as "Arp 195." The trusty Hubble Space Telescope recently captured a vivid shot of this weird place in the universe, which is actuall
  • 65 websites to waste your time on

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:07 GMT

    65 websites to waste your time on
    The internet has changed the world in myriad ways — it has reshaped politics, retail, media, to name a few things — but it has entirely redefined the way people waste time. If the internet was ever good for anything, in fact, my goodness it it
  • The new Anthony Bourdain documentary ‘Roadrunner’ leans partly on deepfaked audio

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:07 GMT

    The new Anthony Bourdain documentary ‘Roadrunner’ leans partly on deepfaked audio
    Igor Bonifacic Contributor Igor Bonifacic is a contributing writer at Engadget. More posts by this contributor Apple is reportedly working on a pay later feature for Apple Pay US lawmakers want to r
  • Why the mega comet is so fascinating — and not a threat to Earth

    Tue, 19 Oct 2021 00:18:07 GMT

    Why the mega comet is so fascinating — and not a threat to Earth
    A colossal comet, maybe the largest ever discovered, is hurtling through our solar system. The newly found icy object, thankfully, is on a path that won't threaten us, or any planet. Yet at some 60 miles across, or perhaps even larger, the comet — a
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  • Department of Astronomy, University of Texas at Austin

    Thu, 14 Oct 2021 01:29:00 GMT

    A premier program in Astronomy research and education. The Department of Astronomy works synergistically with McDonald Observatory to advance excellence in research and education and to be an astronomy program that promotes belonging and equity for all.As one of the top-ranked astronomy programs in the nation, we lead frontier research in cosmology, galaxy formation and evolution, stellar ...
  • Astronomy Net – Astronomy tales from affable amateur ...

    Sun, 17 Oct 2021 02:37:00 GMT

    Astronomy tales from affable amateur astronomers. Menu. Home; About; Facebook; Planetary conjunction 2020. 2020-12-21 by John Huggins. From a simple SLR camera, here are some shots of the 2020 planetary conduction of Jupiter and Saturn. Categories Events Tags conjunction, jupiter, saturn 1 Comment.
  • Rader's COSMOS4KIDS.COM

    Thu, 14 Oct 2021 01:44:00 GMT

    Astronomy is the study of the Universe and the changes that take place in and around all objects moving through space. It's more than just Earth and our Solar System. The study of astronomy covers every planet, object, and bit of energy flowing through the universe.
  • Physics & Astronomy | Johns Hopkins University

    Sun, 17 Oct 2021 07:02:00 GMT

    With its world-renowned faculty and state-of-the-art facilities, the Henry A. Rowland Department of Physics and Astronomy combines the best aspects of a top research university with the more intimate learning environment typical of small liberal arts colleges.. A flexible curriculum accommodates students with post-graduation aspirations as diverse as graduate study, medical or law school ...
  • Heavens-Above

    Sun, 17 Oct 2021 04:11:00 GMT

    Online program that include graphics generated in real-time and customized for a location and time zone to observe satellites such as ISS, space shuttle, and iridium flares.
  • Department of Physics and Astronomy, Stony Brook University

    Sun, 17 Oct 2021 05:08:00 GMT

    Address: Department of Physics and Astronomy Stony Brook University Stony Brook, NY 11794-3800 Contact: Nathan.Leoce-Schappin@stonybrook.edu Phone: (631) 632 8100 Fax: (631) 632 8176 WEB page maintained by Nathan Leoce-Schappin Nathan.Leoce-Schappin@stonybrook.edu
  • The Division of Physics, Mathematics and Astronomy

    Sat, 16 Oct 2021 21:08:00 GMT

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  • Phil Plait's Bad Astronomy: Home Page

    Thu, 14 Oct 2021 20:20:00 GMT

    The Bad Astronomy web pages are devoted to airing out myths and misconceptions in astronomy and related topics. At the moment, I have no desire to tackle here such thorny topics as astrology, alternate views of the universe that are clearly in contradiction to observations, and the like. I may add ...
  • Home - Curious About Astronomy? Ask an Astronomer

    Fri, 15 Oct 2021 10:47:00 GMT

    Questions answered by graduate students, including a question and answer archive, information on the solar system, the universe, SETI, observational astronomy, careers and history.
  • Department of Physics and Astronomy

    Sat, 16 Oct 2021 00:37:00 GMT

    Department of Physics & Astronomy, 136 Frelinghuysen Rd, Piscataway, NJ 08854 Comments about this site? | Like us on: ...

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