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Milky Way's spinning 'halo' helps reveal how galaxy formed http://engt.co/2ajJpox
Out beyond our solar system are billions of other planets, starts, moon rocks and solar systems. Beyond that, however is an enormous, hot, gaseous halo of matte...
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Friction welding involves the joining of metals from fast rubbing, and it becomes even clearer in this impressive slow motion video.
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Comet Lovejoy shows asymmetric behavior at perihelion

Indian astronomers have recently conducted spectrographic observations of long-period Comet Lovejoy to study its gas emission. They found that this comet showcases an asymmetric behavior at perihelion and an increase in the activity during the post-perihelion phase. The findings were detailed in a paper published July 22 on the arXiv pre-print server.

Comet Lovejoy, formally designated C/2014 Q2, is an Oort cloud comet, discovered by Terry Lovejoy in August 2014. Its perihelion was on January 30, 2015 at a heliocentric distance of 1.29 AU, offering astronomers an excellent opportunity to observe its activity—in particular, the emission of numerous organic molecules in gas.

The scientists, led by Kumar Venkataramani of the Physical Research Laboratory in Ahmedabad, India, utilized the LISA spectrograph to obtain spectra of the comet. LISA is a low-resolution, high luminosity spectrograph, designed for the spectroscopic study of faint and extended objects. The instrument is installed on the 0.5 m telescope at the Mount Abu Infra-Red Observatory (MIRO), Mount Abu, India.

The observation campaign lasted from January to May 2015. It covered the period during which the comet's heliocentric distance varied from 1.29 AU, just prior to perihelion, to around 2.05 AU post perihelion. The spectra obtained by the researchers show strong molecular emission bands of diatomic carbon, tricarbon, cyanide, amidogen, hydridocarbon and neutral oxygen.
(Phys.org)—Indian astronomers have recently conducted spectrographic observations of long-period Comet Lovejoy to study its gas emission. They found that this comet showcases an asymmetric behavior at perihelion and an increase in the activity during the post-perihelion phase. The findings were detailed in a paper published July 22 on the arXiv pre-print server.
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The Samsung Galaxy S8 is reportedly codenamed 'Project Dream' and will feature a 4K display for VR with Daydream-Ready certification. #News #Samsung #SamsungGalaxyS8
The Samsung Galaxy S8, reportedly codenamed 'Project Dream', is once again being rumored to feature a 4K display in anticipation of Daydream VR certification. Considering other confirmed Daydream-Ready phones have already been announced with as low as Full HD OLED screens, Samsung is clearly aiming to future-proof and top-shelf its next S series device as far as virtual reality goes.The obvious connection between Google's Daydream VR platform and...
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Lee: "I can remember a few years ago when shooting up at this rocky peak. I could still see the entire peak without being blocked by a tree. It is now hard to find a clear view. This panorama combines multiple shots."

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Release Date: July 26, 2016

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