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Powerful New Radio Telescope Array Searches the Night Sky

“A new radio telescope array developed by a consortium led by Caltech and now operating at the Owens Valley Radio Observatory has the ability to image simultaneously the entire sky at radio wavelengths with unmatched speed, helping astronomers to search for objects and phenomena that pulse, flicker, flare, or explode. 59 more words

Education

Awesome Camping Trip

We had a great time this past weekend. Full of silly games, delicious food, sun, wind, and a little bit of rain. There were campfires and telescopes, Jupiter, Saturn, Venus and a gorgeous moon. 108 more words

Life

How Bad Can Solar Storms Get? Our Sun regularly pelts the Earth...

How Bad Can Solar Storms Get?

Our Sun regularly pelts the Earth with all kinds of radiation and charged particles. How bad can these solar storms get?

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The Moon In Numbers Did you know, 93% of the moon is made out of...

The Moon In Numbers

Did you know, 93% of the moon is made out of cheese. Okay, that fact isn’t true but the rest of ones in this video are.

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A Cult of Happiness Part 22 (May 28th 2035)

May 28th 2035

So I have started this free online course on astronomy from Harvard university, it’s a very basic beginners course but it has been so long since school that I really needed to start at the beginning, not that I was good enough at school to warrant doing anything beyond the basics. 1,271 more words

Happiness

From CBS: "After 25 years of Hubble, NASA plans ambitious follow-up"

CBS News

April 24, 2015
William Harwood


James Webb Space Telescope


WFIRST

NASA plans to follow up the enormous success of the Hubble Space Telescope… 802 more words

Basic Research