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A City-Sized 'Telescope' Could Watch Space-Time Ripple 1 Million Times a Year


A gravitational wave detector that's 2.5 miles long isn't cool. You know what's cool? A 25-mile-long gravitational wave detector. (Space.com) More More

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Posted on 23 April 2018 | 10:10 pm | Google News

A City-Size 'Telescope' Could Watch Space-Time Ripple 1 Million Times a Year - Live Science


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A City-Size 'Telescope' Could Watch Space-Time Ripple 1 Million Times a Year
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COLUMBUS, Ohio — A gravitational wave detector that's 2.5 miles long isn't cool. You know what's cool? A 25-mile-long gravitational wave detector. That's the upshot of a series of talks given here Saturday (April 14) at the April meeting of the ...

Posted on 16 April 2018 | 12:01 pm | Google News

Microsoft Co-Founder Finds the WWII 'Ship That Saved Australia' - Live Science


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Microsoft Co-Founder Finds the WWII 'Ship That Saved Australia'
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An expedition aboard the research vessel Petrel — funded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's company, Vulcan Inc. — discovered the huge wreck about 2 miles (3,000 meters) below the sea surface. It had been lying there for 76 years. "Lexington was on ...
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Posted on 6 March 2018 | 9:25 am | Google News

A Space Magnet, Hunting Dark Matter, Turns Up Juicy Secrets of Cosmic Rays - Live Science


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A Space Magnet, Hunting Dark Matter, Turns Up Juicy Secrets of Cosmic Rays
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Somewhere far away in the universe, a star bursts and a cascade begins. Energy and small bits of matter speed away in every direction from the blooming supernova. They impact planets and other stars and crash into interstellar media, and some small ...

Posted on 18 January 2018 | 11:50 am | Google News

Dig Deep: DARPA Contest Aims to Take People Underground - Live Science


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Dig Deep: DARPA Contest Aims to Take People Underground
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The final competition, which will take place in 2021, will include three challenges that involve navigating in one of three environments: a network of human-made tunnels, a subterranean municipal-transit system and a network of underground natural ...

Posted on 27 December 2017 | 6:48 am | Google News

Lava Gulps Down GoPro Camera, Which Records the Entire, Fiery Affair - Live Science


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Lava Gulps Down GoPro Camera, Which Records the Entire, Fiery Affair
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The internet is awash with extreme videos, but footage of lava barreling toward and then melting the lens of a GoPro camera may be one of the hottest (literally) recordings online. The fiery affair happened on Aug. 10, 2016, when Kilauea EcoGuides ...

Posted on 4 December 2017 | 6:12 am | Google News

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