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NASA's James Webb Space Telescope Primary Mirror Fully Assembled
Astrobiology Magazine

James Webb Space Telescope proceeding to plan

By Physics Today …read more Source:: http://scitation.aip.org/content/aip/magazine/physicstoday/news/news-picks/-em-james-webb-space-telescopeemproceeding-to-plan-a-news-pick-post-TRACK=RSS Measurement Devices for Industry & Science, 1 week ago

SGL Mediacast Debuts 'Telescope' Mag For Tablets

Santa Monica-based communications agency SGL Mediacast launched the first issue of its new digital magazine Tuesday. Telescope is designed for tablets and to be read in portrait-mode, keeping a print magazine feel. Telescope is the first project ...
 Media Post1 month ago Telescope Magazine  Talking New Media1 month ago Preview: Santa Monica agency SGL Mediacast launches own digital magazine: Telescope  Talking New Media1 month ago
Utiltity Contractor

Larson Electronics Releases Telescoping LED Work Light

Larson Electronics has announced the release of a 120-watt telescoping LED work light that produces illumination comparable to a 400-watt metal halide without the high heat, fragile construction or high energy use. The WALTP-3XWP400 LED work ...
 Utiltity Contractor1 week ago

Team Celestron

Yup. I have one, and I use it. Photo by Ive liked Celestron for a long time; they make really nice optical gear like telescopes, binoculars, and more. A few years back they sponsored a couple of science panels I moderated when I wrote for Discover ...
 Slate Magazine1 week ago

Kepler telescope may be broken but it's still raking in new planetary finds

An annotated version of the book in which Hitler laid out his Nazi ideology has been republished for the first time in 70 years in Germany. As he flips through magazines at a bookstore in Cologne, the university student says he wouldn't want anyone ...
 Christian Science Monitor1 month ago
CBS News

CBS Sci-Tech: Astronomers poised to begin imaging black holes

A globe-spanning array of radio telescopes is on track to begin operations in 2017, simultaneously observing light wrapping around and silhouetting a supermassive black hole at the heart of the Milky Way galaxy to produce the first direct view of a ...
 CBS News1 month ago
CHINAdaily USA

Watch this space: Telescope releases mass of data

A file photo of the Large Sky Area Multi-Object Fiber Spectroscopic Telescope, also known as the Guo Shoujing Telescope. XINHUA Astronomers in China working with one of world's largest optical telescopes released a huge collection of data over the ...
 CHINAdaily USA1 month ago
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The Week UK

Astronomers catch black hole 'burping' gas in nearby galaxy

Discovery by Nasa space telescope could help explain how holes regulate size of galaxies Astronomers have photographed a black hole "burping" hot gas, a discovery which could help explain the role they play in regulating the size of ...
 The Week UK1 month ago Cut price astronomy - who needs a telescope?  Sydney Morning Herald2 months ago Astronomy: watching the stars without a telescope  WA Today2 months ago
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Photonics Online

NJIT Scientists Shed Light On How Solar Flares Accelerate Particles To Nearly The Speed Of Light

A recent set of observations captured by a large radio telescope, the Jansky Very Large Array, has shed light on an elusive structure known as a termination shock that is believed to play a key role in converting released magnetic energy from flares ...
 Photonics Online1 month ago One geek's reluctant journey toward loving space  The Kernel2 months ago New insights on solar flares  Iran Daily2 months ago Shedding light on particle acceleration in solar flares  EurekAlert!2 months ago
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Christian Science Monitor

Hawaii court nulls Thirty Mile Telescope permit: Victory for Native Hawaiians?

Scientists and Native Hawaiians have clashed over the construction of the Thirty Mile Telescope on Hawaii's Mauna Kea. Wednesday's ruling ensures that locals will have a formal chance to voice their protest. Department of Land and Natural Resources ...
 Christian Science Monitor2 months ago Hawaii high court rescinds telescope permit: Victory for Native Hawaiians?  Christian Science Monitor2 months ago Hawaii court nulls Thirty Meter Telescope permit: Victory for Native Hawaiians?  Christian Science Monitor2 months ago
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