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Camille Rougier
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Because it's Monday, here's a baby giraffe...

Click on the following link to be taken to the Street View image where you can explore further - http://goo.gl/maps/9dfVg #streetview

(don't forget these links work on your Android or iPhone too! Just grab the iPhone app (http://goo.gl/4oENi), or Android app (http://goo.gl/mSx90) if you haven't done so already!)
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Finally got on a VPN to sneak another shot through while I'm in China. The Internet highways are harder to cross than the Forbidden City's Moat! I'm loving Beijing. This really is a special place :-)
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Where should the first permanent space colony be built? While NASA has no plans to return humans to the moon anytime soon, private industry is eyeing Earth's nearest neighbor intently, said Bigelow Aerospace founder and president Robert Bigelow. http://bit.ly/1254olP
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Artist's Conception of TW Hydrae and HD 98800A
http://chandra.si.edu/photo/2003/twhy/index.html

An artist's conception shows TW Hydrae (left) and HD 98800A (right), two young star systems that are both members of the TW Hydrae stellar association which formed about 10 million years ago. On the left, the illustration depicts matter accreting onto the star from a circumstellar disk. X-rays are produced as matter from the disk is guided by the star's magnetic field onto one or more hot spots on the surface of the star. On the right, the illustration shows a binary star system's brightest star producing X-rays much as the Sun does, from a hot upper atmosphere or corona. This indicates that any disk around these stars has been greatly diminished or destroyed in ten million years, perhaps by the ongoing formation of planets or by its companion stars.
(Credit: NASA/CXC/M.Weiss)
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Due to upper level winds, today's test launch of Orbital Sciences Corporation's Antares rocket has scrubbed. The next launch attempt from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility will be no earlier than tomorrow, April 21, at 5 p.m. EDT NASA TV coverage will begin at 4:30 p.m.: www.nasa.gov/ntv. Follow www.nasa.gov/orbital for the latest updates.
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Ballerina or Flowerina?
Have you seen this "perfectly timed" photo by Tatiana Mikhina?

Further information:
http://500px.com/TatianaMikhina
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What happened to antimatter? - a new animation by +TED-Ed with CERN for +TEDxCERN.

Watch the animation via: http://home.web.cern.ch/students-educators/updates/2013/05/what-happened-antimatter

And join the Hangout with CERN on Thursday 16 May at 17h00 CEST to find out more: http://plus.google.com/events/c6siviut81len830gkosiv5uo4c

Image courtesy of TED-Ed
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Google Glass is the next big thing in technology not because it's a wearable computing device that instantly responds to all your voice commands. It's the next big thing because it’s a piece of powerful, yet elegant consumer technology that anyone can use with almost no training.

Here's why Google Glass is the future: http://on.mash.to/15XoP4A
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Curiosity takes me anywhere, it leaves me more than capable to adapt to and learn any subject.
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Amateur programmer aspiring to be more than just another drop in an ocean of people. Fascinated by science, but I prefer astronomy over any field.
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Worked at a local college for programming when I was in middle school, programming since sixth grade
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