What is Citizen Science? Reviewing all of the data that is received by satellites and earth based space telescopes is a monumental task and one that requires humans to perform. Luckily when it comes to science there are many people that would like to lend a hand. 

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An Explosion Billions of Light Years Away That is Far Too Powerful. Every so often an event in the Universe makes you sit back in wonder and for sure Super Nova’s are one of those amazing events. We all owe our existence to Super Nova’s as they are responsible for all of the elements in […]

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Using Gravity Field Mapping for a new View of the World’s Ocean. Maps of the world have certainly evolved in the last 100 years, going from a hand drawn representation collected from snippets of information from explorers to fully digital as they are today.

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You have to admit that Google has done an amazing job mapping the world. I mean you can do an internet search on just about any place on earth and see everything from elevation to weather about this place.

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The Best Student Project. As a high school student or even into university, I would have loved to be able work on a science experiment that would end up on a space mission. The opportunity to interact with the team at NASA, and then to see our hard work producing results from outer space would […]

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Is Our Sun’s Magnetic Field is About to Flip? Accurately determining the age of a star can help researchers in predicting not so much what might happen, but when it may happen. A great example is the phenomenon of magnetic fields inside of stars.

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  Thousands bound together are still thinner than a single strand of human hair, but with research from Binghamton University, boron nitride nanotubes may help build better fighter planes and space shuttles. A team of scientists led by Changhong Ke, associate professor of mechanical engineering at Binghamton University’s Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and […]

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Currently the instrument used to measure gravity is known as a gravimeter, or gravitometer. Since general relativity regards the effects of gravity as indistinguishable from the effects of acceleration, one can regard gravimeters as special-purpose accelerometers. 

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Mysterious Fast Energy Bursts from Deep Space Offer a New Test to Einstein’s Theories. The space phenomenon known as Fast Radio Bursts are super-brief blasts of energy lasting just a few milliseconds. Until now, only about a dozen Fast Radio Bursts have been detected on Earth.

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The James Webb Space Telescope is the scientific successor to NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. It will be the most powerful space telescope ever built. Webb is an international project led by NASA with its partners, ESA (the European Space Agency) and the Canadian Space Agency.

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