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Nobel Laureate Adam Riess of the Space Telescope Science Institute [http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=39.332887,-76.622987&spn=0.01,0.01&q=39.332887,-76.622987 (Space%20Telescope%20Science%20Institute)&t=h] and Johns Hopkins University explained this year that our Universe was expanding at a
The planet’s largest companies today are the technology companies. Everything is based on technology and networks. From your banks to education to jobs to even basic food being delivered now. In fact, the Internet of Things is making everything web-based and driven via internet actions. Everything – and everyone (at
With so much satellite debris out there in the space, it is becoming a nuisance and this threat will keep growing! Now, the Chinese satellite debris has made Russian satellite unusable after its debris collided with the Russian satellite. > A piece of space debris left over from a 2007 Chinese
Do you wonder about this? I was intrigued surely. Read Quote of Robert Frost’s answer to Can you cry in space? [http://www.quora.com/Can-you-cry-in-space/answer/Robert-Frost-1/quote/313829] on Quora [http://www.quora.com] [http://www.zemanta.com/?px]
Remember the meteor over Russia that exploded? It was a once in a century event. Last time such a massive meteor of this size hit the earth was in 1908! And unlike the initial estimate of 10 tons that the scientists had of this meteor; it is now believed to
Are UFOs haunting the International Space Station (ISS)? If the UFO enthusiasts are to be believed, it seems that ISS has seen an increasing activities of the UFO flying around. > Videos have cropped up on YouTube showing images taken by NASA cameras of objects of different shapes, some moving very
Large Indian cities – specifically Delhi and Mumbai – are adding significantly to the climate issues around those areas. The heat index that these cities have due to concrete structures, population and pollution also impacts the smaller towns and areas nearby. > Now, Indian government-backed research shows that both Delhi andIndia [http://www.
Jay Piatek – a meteorite enthusiast – was in Morocco and he found a stone that was supposed to have been from a meteorite. He bought the – weighing less than a pound – stone and sent it to the researchers in University of New Mexico to analyze it. Their analysis came up with
BusinessWire has come out with a list of 100 “Happiest Companies in America” after thousands of independent employee reviews and analysis of hundreds of companies. These companies are dedicated to creating a happy work environment with many of them making use of things like conflict management [https://development-academy.co.uk/
NASA Johnson Style is a volunteer outreach video project created by the students [http://www.nasa.gov/centers/johnson/home/jsc_gangnam_style.html] of NASA [http://www.nasa.gov/]‘s Johnson Space Center [http://www.nasa.gov/centers/johnson/home].
NASA scientists have a need to monitor the time on Mars in order to manage Opportunity and Curiosity which are roaming on Mars right now. So, how does it do that? Well it has now created a Java App (link [http://www.giss.nasa.gov/tools/mars24/]), which gives the