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In her latest series of paintings, Barcelona-based artist and illustrator Cinta Vidal Agulló defies gravity and architectural conventions to create encapsulated scenes of intersecting perspectives. Painted with acrylic on wood panels, Vidal refers to the paintings as "un-gravity construction
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The latest episode of the PBS YouTube series Space Time is a great little eight-minute primer on, well, spacetime.
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It's hard for me to freeze time even in a thought experiment.  What does the universe look like now? Start from here and work your way out to where no man has gone before. I get confused even before I finish strapping on my helmet.
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I have long been a fan of Korean cinema
South Korea, especially the wave that, over the past twenty years, has brought the global film scene such auteurs as Park Chan-wook (Joint Security Area, Oldboy, Stoker), Lee Chang-dong (Oasis, Secret Sunshine, Poetry), and Kim Ki-duk (Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring, 3-Iron, Pietà).
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Twenty-five years ago, on April 24, 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope soared into orbit. Since then, its great discoveries have been legion, and the story of ...
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Spacecraft looks for its 3,000th comet via Sen http://sen.com/news/spacecraft-looks-for-its-3-000th-comet
The SOHO spacecraft is on the hunt for its 3,000th comet; the question is when it will happen.
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The 24 major island groups of the Pacific Ocean were settled by early Austronesians between 3,500 and 900 years ago, but little is known about how these isolated islands were colonized. Now, researchers have used epidemiological modeling to devise some compelling new ideas about how it was done.
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The original scientific paper is behind a paywall (link at the bottom of io9 article)
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Since shipping to space on April 24th, 1990, it’s captured hundreds of thousands of images and has fundamentally shaped the way we see the universe. Not bad for disco-era hardware.
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Is there any indication of how clean the mirror is after years in space?
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The editors of Smithsonian magazine have announced the winners of their 12th annual photo contest, selected from more than 26,500 entries.
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Back in December, Ayun Halliday took you inside an MRI machine to explore the neuroscience of jazz improvisation and musical creativity. Along the way, you got to see Johns Hopkins surgeon Charles Limb jam on a keyboard inside one of those crowded, claustrophobia-inducing tubes.
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Unsung heroines: Six women denied scientific glory. 18:00 02 April 2014. Emmy Noether did not lack the respect of her peers. Albert Einstein wrote in her obituary for the New York Times in 1935 that "In the judgment of the most competent living mathematicians, Fräulein Noether was the most ...
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Indigenous Australians broke the law and risked their lives to fight in the World Wars - but they have been denied due recognition. Saffron Howden reports.
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They were treated poorly by the government of the time.
Still not much improved.
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Science Writer at SEN (Space Exploration Network) Washington Times and Universe Today. Radio broadcaster. On Twitter @astrojenny. Views are my own
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Science Writer & Broadcaster StarWatcher Skeptic RationalThinker  MusicLover Harpist Singer BookWorm BSLUser WooBasher OUAddict  Atheist & UberTweeter!
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Science Writer & Broadcaster
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  • Space Exploration Network (SEN)
    Science Writer, present
  • The Washington Times
    contributer, 2014
  • Universe Today
    Science Writer, 2013
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