To Unravel Earliest History of Our Solar System, NASAâs Lucy Mission Launches Toward Asteroid Swarms Tomorrow
Tomorrow, on October 16th, NASA will launch the Lucy Mission into spaceâit will set a course for the Trojan Asteroids, with the aim of uncovering the earliest histories of our solar system. Thought to contain the unused remains of the outer planets, the Trojans sit in two separate clouds called L4 and L5 around the […]
EYE ON THE ENVIRONMENT | Addressing fear of global warming with local opportunities – Ventura County Reporter
Pictured: Young local residents in a Climate Strike March at Ventura City Hall. Sept. 20, 2019. Photo by Kimberly Rivers. by David Goldstein As Halloween decorations appear this month, few children will fear the goblins, ghosts, and ghouls depicted in…
Sometimes solving the most complex technology and engineering challenges involves, if one can believe it, looking towards nature for solutions. So it has gone with the Teslagram a currently-unhackable security fingerprint created from a butterfly’s wing. The wings of this most charismatic insect are cloaked in tiny scalesâup to 200,000 of them, which contain a […]
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Deep-sky objects – including bright and dark nebulae, star clusters and distant galaxies – are favorite targets for amateur stargazers.
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America, I am sending you good wishes from a small Bangladeshi village on the 20th anniversary of your great tragedy. I knew nothing about you before 2001, when 9/11 shook you, and turned the world around. Twenty years later, I know much more about you—your people, and history—and want to say thank you. I first […]
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