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13 hours ago 0 comments From Alex — There are a lot of unsolved mysteries out there in the world. It’s always our hope that someday, with the proper amount of science and research, we’ll be able to solve them. However, it’s more likely that these burning questions will remain unanswered. As far as these mysteries are concerned, all we…
8 days ago 0 comments From Alex — A comparison of photos from the most beautiful forests in the world. Nature is unique.
8 days ago 0 comments From Alex — Hidden in the narratives of 1970s comics like the Black Panther was an idea that grew like a seed in the imagination of kids like me: Science and heroism were indelibly linked, says Adam Frank.
8 days ago 0 comments From Alex — This photo shows a strontium atom suspended in electric fields. A blue laser makes the tiny dot visible, though it’s only 215 billionths of a millimetre wide
11 days ago 0 comments From Alex — There is some serious anticipation for tonight's super blue blood moon and luna eclipse.
01.02.2018 0 comments From Alex — A SUPER blue blood moon will rise tomorrow in what NASA has dubbed a ‘lunar trifecta’. These maps show what time the eclipse occurs and its path of totality.
31.01.2018 0 comments From Alex — Joining two previously known underwater caves, the newly discovered system is 215 miles long.
18.01.2018 0 comments From Alex — It was created in 1997 for a prize but the winner ended up rejecting the offer because she lived too far away.
03.12.2017 0 comments From Alex — NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft, the farthest spacecraft from Earth, just turned on some of its thrusters that haven't been used since 1980. Currently the only spacecraft we've ever sent to interstellar space, Voyager 1's attitude control thrusters – which it had used to point its antenna towards Earth …
03.12.2017 0 comments From Alex