Too much tilt aboard barge or truck would make it useless for experiment A 50-foot-wide circular electromagnet so delicate that tilting it just a few degrees would destroy it must make a four-week journey this summer off the U.S. coast and up a ... Chicago Tribune, 1 day ago
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Fermi's before and after view of the region where GRB 120427Aoccurredwith constellations Leo and Ursa Major overlaid for context. (Credit: NASA/DoE/Fermi LAT). Vigilance and a little luck paid off recently for an amateur astronomer. On April 27th, ...Universe Today, 1 week ago NASA Telescopes Capture The Most Powerful Star Explosion Ever Seen Business Insider, 1 week ago NASA's Fermi, Swift See 'Shockingly Bright' Burst Space Daily, 1 week ago Urry: Gamma-ray burst shocks scientists Channel4000, 2 weeks ago
NASA is just now talking about how it saved the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope from destruction by a collision with a piece of space junk last month. And, no, this particular piece of space junk isn't a lost bolt or aComputerworld, 2 weeks ago How NASA dodged a derelict Soviet spy satellite Christian Science Monitor, 2 weeks ago How Nasa's Fermi telescope avoided a crash with Soviet satellite Wired.co.uk, 2 weeks ago NASA Explains How You Use Experimental Rocket Engines to Dodge Soviet Spy Satellites Gizmodo, 2 weeks ago
Space, Accident, USA, NASA The Fermi Space Telescope's fate was hanging by a hair, NASA has revealed, as it met an old inactive Soviet satellite last year. The accident details of which has just been released goes back to April 2012, when NASA ...Russia Today, 2 weeks ago NASA, Russia Near Collision FOXNews.com, 2 weeks ago NASA Telescope Almost Destroyed By Russian Spy Satellite (Video) ITechPost, 2 weeks ago Russian Space Junk Almost Destroys NASA Telescope in Orbit Yahoo! News, 2 weeks ago
NASA In late March last year, the people operating the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope got a bit of a scare. Their hardware was one week away from a close encounter with a defunct Russian spy satellite. A week might seem like short notice for ...ArsTechnica, 1 week ago NASA Details Space Telescope's Cosmic Near Miss NPR, 2 weeks ago The Day Fermi Dodged a 1.5-ton Bullet TMC Net, 2 weeks ago Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope Escapes Near Miss with Russian Spy Satellite Silobreaker, 2 weeks ago
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Fermi is a NASA astronomical observatory orbiting the Earth about 560 kilometers (350 miles) above the surface. This is called low-Earth orbit, and is very popular; a lot of satellites are at roughly the same altitude. However, space is big, and ...Slate Magazine, 2 weeks ago James M. Gentile: A Private Sector Initiative to Bolster U.S. Science Huffington Post, 10 hours ago NASA Advisory Council Astrophysics Subcommittee Letter 1 May 2013 SpaceRef, 1 week ago NASA Astrophysicist Elected To National Academy Of Sciences Reuters, 2 weeks ago
An artist's rendering of the Fermi telescope in orbit. (Credit: Screenshot by /CNET) The near miss that happened with a high-tech telescope orbiting the Earth last month was so dramatic that I have to assume Hollywood thrill makers will soon be ...CNET News, 2 weeks ago
Spectroscopic evidence for Fermi liquid-like energy and temperature dependence of the relaxation rate in the pseudogap phase of the cuprates [Physics]
Cuprate high-Tc superconductors exhibit enigmatic behavior in the nonsuperconducting state. For carrier concentrations near optimal doping (with respect to the highest Tcs) the transport and spectroscopic properties are unlike those of a LandauFermi ...Bionity.com, 1 month ago Fermi liquid in the pseudogap phase of cuprates [Physics] PNAS, 1 month ago
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