- From Around the Web
- October 23, 2016
“It was definitely awesome and a little freaky at the same time,”
“So Planet Nine has tilted the entire disk of the solar system by 6 degrees and because we live on that disk…to us it looks like the sun is tilted, but it’s actually the other way around.”
NASA’s Juno spacecraft entered safe mode Tuesday, Oct. 18 at about 10:47 p.m. PDT (Oct. 19 at 1:47 a.m. EDT). Early indications are a software performance monitor induced a reboot of the spacecraft’s onboard computer.
This will help us better understand how to use the drug for medical purposes
Australian dinosaurs have played a rare but controversial role in the debate surrounding the effect of Gondwanan break-up on Cretaceous dinosaur distribution.
After the first direct detection of gravitational waves that was announced last February by the LIGO Scientific Collaboration and made news all over the world, Luciano Rezzolla (Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany) and Cecilia Chirenti (Federal University of ABC in Santo André, Brazil) set out to test whether the observed signal could have been a gravastar or not. The results were recently resented in a paper published on Physical Review D.
Surge in volcanic activity along East African Rift System coincided with arrival of Homo sapiens.
Volcanic activity on Venus took place in the recent past, geologically speaking, and may still be happening on the planet today. New research takes a deeper look at one recent eruption on Venus’ surface.