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Beyond Galileo's Universe

Four hundred years ago, astronomy embraced all that was visible. For Galileo, looking through his primitive telescope, the vistas included jewel-like stars, mountains on the moon, moons orbiting Jupiter and the glow of comet tails. ...

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'Lone' Longitude Genius May Have Had Help

The story of John Harrison the "lone genius" who solved the problem of finding longitude at sea is in urgent need of a rewrite. ...

from New Scientist

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Nobrow Cartoon, May 18, 2009

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Astronauts Install New Hubble Camera

The crowd of scientists watching on the big screen in the auditorium of the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore went silent Thursday when it appeared a single stuck bolt might foil NASA's plans to install a powerful new camera on the Hubble Space Telescope...

from the Baltimore Sun

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Study Halves Prediction of Rising Seas

A new analysis halves longstanding projections of how much sea levels could rise if Antarctica's massive western ice sheets fully disintegrated as a result of global warming...

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Is Alzheimer's Disease in Your Future?

It may soon be easier to predict which patients 65 and older will develop Alzheimer's disease and other dementias, researchers said...

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Star Crust Is Ten Billion Times Stronger Than Steel

Move over, Superman. The Man of Steel has nothing on the collapsed cores of massive snuffed-out stars, scientists say...

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Talks Tackle Climate Change Finds

Researchers at a three-day science conference starting in Wellington today are looking at implications of new work on climate change...

from the New Zealand Herald

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