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No, a Planetary Alignment on Jan. 4, 2015, Won't Decrease Gravity
Slate Magazine

No, a Planetary Alignment on Jan. 4, 2015, Won't Decrease Gravity

No. Photo by NASA/JPL-Caltech/Space Science Institute; NASA,ESA, and M. Buie (Southwest Research Institute); NASA; Phil Plait The very first nonsense I had to debunk in 2014 was a claim that on Jan. 4 of that year a planetary alignment would ... Slate Magazine, 19 hours ago

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Death Can't Stop Professor from Getting 'Last Word'

Don L. Anderson, who died in December 2014, was a professor of geophysics at Caltech. Credit: Photo courtesy of Caltech View full size image Caltech professor Don Anderson was the first person to unmask Earth's mysterious, multi-layered mantle, ...
 LiveScience.com18 hours ago Don L. Anderson dies at 81; former director of Caltech's seismology lab  Los Angeles Times1 week ago Professor Sues Caltech Over Whistleblowing  Laboratory Equipment1 month ago
Business Insider

See A Dazzling New View Of The Sun From A New Black-Hole Watching Telescope

NASA/JPL-Caltech/GSFC A NASA space telescope designed to peer at faraway black holes has snapped a stunning image of the sun, showing that its sensitive X-ray eyes can investigate mysteries in Earth's own neighborhood. The new image, which was ...
 Business Insider1 day ago Deep-space telescope sends back spectacular image of our own sun  Houston Chronicle18 hours ago NASA black hole telescope snaps dazzling shot of the sun  Mother Nature Network1 day ago Learn about black holes on Black Friday, says Nasa  Irish Examiner3 weeks ago

The sun as youve never seen it before

The incredible photo. Picture: NASA/JPL-Caltech/GSFC Source: Supplied NUSTAR may have been built to observe black holes and other objects in deep space, but NASA's supersensitive space telescope can also do a bang-up job of imaging the sun. Just ...
 Perth Now2 days ago
International Business Times Australia

NASA To Send Humans To Explore On The Uncharted Surface Of Venus

Looking back, Mars was the number one target of NASA Reuters/NASA/JPL-Caltech/Hando In terms of size, Venus is somewhat similar to Earth measuring a radius of 6,052 km in comparison to Earth's 6,371 km radius. The planet is also comparable to ...
 International Business Times Australia2 days ago NASA to Send People to Mars by 2030 with New Flights to Take Off  International Business Times Australia2 weeks ago NASA is One Flight Closer to Mars Launching with Orion Test, New Project Explained  International Business Times Australia2 weeks ago 1909 Lincoln Cent on Mars in NASA Astronomy Pic of the Day  Coin News1 week ago

NASA image captures x-rays streaming off the sun

X-rays shooting off the sun, in green and blue. (NASA/JPL-Caltech/GSFC) The sun isn't a smooth, contained ball of plasma. It's actually got radiation shooting off it all willy-nilly, all the time. But it's never looked quite as lovely as it does ...
 Washington Post2 days ago NASA's NuSTAR Observes X-rays Streaming off the Sun  AZoOptics1 day ago Staring at the Sun: NASA takes incredible solar portrait  Russia Today1 day ago Nasa's dark matter-seeking NuStar snaps 'most sensitive solar portrait ever taken'  International Business Times UK1 day ago
International Business Times Australia

Solar Power: New Technology By Caltech Claims Success In Maximising Conversion of Solar Rays Into Electrical Energy

Solar power, as a renewable energy source for power generation is here to stay. Though it still accounts for just one percent of the world's energy mix, the International Energy Agency is optimistic that solar energy will ultimately become the ...
 International Business Times Australia3 days ago New solar energy technology can harvest lost power  Hydrogen Fuel News2 weeks ago New Technique Could Harvest More Of The Sun's Energy  Photonics Online1 week ago Mars-Optimized Solar Cells  Tech Briefs2 weeks ago
International Business Times Australia

Methane Spikes On Mars Opens Debate Of Life On The Red Planet

On Dec. 16, NASA Reuters/NASA/JPL-Caltech/Hando The finding of the Mars Curiosity Rover immediately led to speculation that life might be the source of the gas as it is on Earth. An article by The Guardian suggested it might and that communities ...
 International Business Times Australia1 week ago ​Life on Mars more likely? Curiosity discovers methane, other organic chemicals  Russia Today1 week ago Curiosity rover finds methane on Mars: What it could mean for life  FOXNews.com1 week ago This week in science: possible Martian gift still under wraps  Daily Kos4 days ago
International Business Times UK

Scientists Discover 38 Percent of the Earth

A slice of the Tenham meteorite with Bridgmanite grains in it. Note the scale bar at the bottom. Photo by Chi Ma/Caltech OK, so the title is a little tongue-in-cheek, but it's sorta true: Mineralogists have finally found naturally occurring ...
 Slate Magazine6 days ago Bridgmanite: A New Name For the Earth's Most Abundant Mineral  MSNBC Newsweek3 weeks ago Bridgmanite: Earth's Most Abundant Mineral That You Never Knew Existed  International Business Times UK3 weeks ago Scientists Characterise and Name the Earth's Most Abundant Mineral  AZoM1 week ago

Voyager 1 rides 'tsunami wave' in interstellar space

An artist's conception of NASA's Voyager spacecraft. (NASA/JPL-Caltech) It turns out that sailing through interstellar space isn't so peaceful. NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft — the only object made by humans to reach interstellar space — might ...
 FOXNews.com1 week ago NASA Voyager 1 spacecraft rides interstellar tsunami wave  Gizmag1 week ago Voyager 1 Surfs a Cosmic Tsunami  Time1 week ago Voyager 1 returns data of persisting 'tsunami wave' in interstellar space  International Business Times UK1 week ago
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