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- Moon and Jupiter conjunction. September 22, 2014The post Moon and Jupiter conjunction. appeared first on Sky & Telescope.Edison Urdaneta
- A LNB-RHaSII,GOIII,BOIII color picture of the Bubble Nebula September 22, 2014The post A LNB-RHaSII,GOIII,BOIII color picture of the Bubble Nebula appeared first on Sky & Telescope.Niels V. Christensen
- Galaxies seen through thick molecular clouds September 22, 2014The post Galaxies seen through thick molecular clouds appeared first on Sky & Telescope.astrodan
- Jacques’ comet (C/2014 E2) meets the Cave Nebula (SH2-155) in Cepheus September 22, 2014The post Jacques’ comet (C/2014 E2) meets the Cave Nebula (SH2-155) in Cepheus appeared first on Sky & Telescope.Piotr Dzikowski
- Bubble shown in hubble palette colors, stars as/in RGB colors September 22, 2014The post Bubble shown in hubble palette colors, stars as/in RGB colors appeared first on Sky & Telescope.Niels V. Christensen
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- Commercial SpaceX Dragon Cargo Capsule Arrives at Space Station September 23, 2014After a two day chase through space, a commercial SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule completed its orbital ballet and arrived at the International Space Station (ISS) today, Sept. 23, packed with some 2.5 tons of ground breaking science experiments and supplies for the human crew. The Dragon CRS-4 resupply freighter rendezvoused with the station early this […]Ken Kremer
- Seeking Apollo Pictures? Here’s How To Find Obscure Shots From The Moon-Landing Program September 23, 2014While any image from the Apollo program is stunning, some of the more iconic ones are used over and over again while equally amazing pictures remain relatively unknown. A recent Reddit thread posted what the user said was some of the “more uncommon” images of the program. You can see the full slideshow here. In […]Elizabeth Howell
- A Triple Occultation Bonanza: A Challenging Series of Occultations This Weekend and More September 23, 2014Got clear skies? This week’s equinox means the return of astronomical Fall for northern hemisphere observers and a slow but steady return of longer nights afterwards. And as the Moon returns to the evening skies, all eyes turn to the astronomical action transpiring low to the southwest at dusk.(...)Read the rest of A Triple Occultation […]David Dickinson
- A 3-D Printed Telescope Took This Picture Of The Moon — And The Plans Are Coming September 23, 2014What would Galileo think of this? Here’s a shot of our closest large celestial neighbor, the Moon, taken through a 3-D printed telescope. Better yet — before long, the creators of this telescope promise, the plans will be made available on the Internet for all to use. The concept (called PiKon) is based on a […]Elizabeth Howell
- 2 Days Out from the Red Planet, India’s MOM Probe Test Fires Main Engine for Mars Orbit Insertion September 22, 2014Two days out from her history making date with destiny, India’s Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM) successfully completed a crucial test firing of the spacecraft’s main liquid engine to confirm its operational readiness for the critical Mars Orbital Insertion (MOI) engine firing on Wednesday morning Sept. 24 IST (Tuesday evening Sept. 23 EDT). Engineers at the […]Ken Kremer
- Commercial SpaceX Dragon Cargo Capsule Arrives at Space Station September 23, 2014
- Search for better biofuels microbes leads to human gut September 23, 2014Scientists have scoured cow rumens and termite guts for microbes that can efficiently break down plant cell walls for the production of next-generation biofuels, but some of the best microbial candidates actually may reside in the human lower intestine, researchers report.
- Future flexible electronics based on carbon nanotubes September 23, 2014Researchers have demonstrated a new method to improve the reliability and performance of transistors and circuits based on carbon nanotubes, a semiconductor material that has long been considered by scientists as one of the most promising successors to silicon for smaller, faster and cheaper electronic devices.
- Termites evolved complex bioreactors 30 million years ago September 23, 2014Achieving complete breakdown of plant biomass for energy conversion in industrialized bioreactors remains a complex challenge, but new research shows that termite fungus farmers solved this problem more than 30 million years ago. The new insight reveals that the great success of termite farmers as plant decomposers is due to division of labor between a […]
- Food affected by Fukushima disaster harms animals, even at low-levels of radiation, study shows September 23, 2014Butterflies eating food collected from cities around the Fukushima nuclear meltdown site showed higher rates of death and disease, according to a study. "Our study demonstrated that eating contaminated foods could cause serious negative effects on organisms. Such negative effects may be passed down the generations. On the bright side, eating non-contaminated food improves the […]
- Artificial intelligence that imitates children’s learning September 23, 2014The computer programs used in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) are highly specialized. They can for example fly airplanes, play chess or assemble cars in controlled industrial environments. Scientists have now created an AI program that can learn how to solve problems in many different areas. The program is designed to imitate certain aspects […]
- Search for better biofuels microbes leads to human gut September 23, 2014
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