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Los astrónomos, incapaces de explicar el tamaño y edad de un agujero negro supermasivo

Los astrónomos, incapaces de explicar el tamaño y edad de un agujero negro supermasivo | Ciencia curiosa - Yahoo Noticias

Los astrónomos, incapaces de explicar el tamaño y edad de un agujero negro supermasivo

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Science Vignette: A Cellular Taxonomy of the Visual Cortex

Science Vignette: A Cellular Taxonomy of the Visual Cortex

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35 Astounding And Uplifting Facts About The Universe

True heroes should never be forgotten.

35 Astounding And Uplifting Facts About The Universe

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Lake Abraham in Alberta, Canada: Bubbles trapped and frozen under a thick layer of ice creating a glass type feel to the frozen lake

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CERN, the world's pre-eminent particle physics laboratory, hosts the world's highest-energy particle accelerator. CERN was also one of the first scientific institutions to confirm that the Milgauss watch could indeed resist magnetic fields of up to 1,000 gauss. #RolexOfficial

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Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNOLAB) International Laboratory for Particle Physics Inaugurated In Canada

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The Super-Kamiokande detector in Japan, an underground tank that holds 50 million liters of water, captures neutrinos that emanate from a particle accelerator nearly 300 kilometers away. When a neutrino hits the detector, it can produce charged particles, whose high speed through the water emits a flash of light, triggering phototubes mounted in the walls of the Super-K tank. The experiment investigates muon neutrinos transforming into electron neutrinos.

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The Super-Kamiokande detector in Japan, an underground tank that holds 50 million liters of water, captures neutrinos that emanate from a particle accelerator nearly 300 kilometers away. When a neutrino hits the detector, it can produce charged particles, whose high speed through the water emits a flash of light, triggering phototubes mounted in the walls of the Super-K tank. The experiment investigates muon neutrinos transforming into electron neutrinos.

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Physicists have directly detected pp neutrinos, demonstrating that about 99 per cent of the power of the Sun is generated by the pp fusion process. Image credit: Nathalia Alzate / SDO..... i have no idea what that means but isn't the picture pretty?

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How to See Neutrinos [Illustration by George Retseck; scale icons by Jessica Huppi; photograph courtesy of Reina Maruyama, National Science Foundation; in “Through Neutrino Eyes,” by Graciela B. Gelmini, Alexander Kusenko and Thomas J. Weiler, Scientific American, May 2010]

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The intense electrical discharge of New Mexico's Sandia National Laboratories' Z-machine is used in attempts to trigger nuclear fusion.

Triple-Threat Method Sparks Hope for Nuclear Fusion Energy

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150,000-Year-Old Pipes Baffle Scientists in China: Out of Place in Time? In a mysterious pyramid in China’s Qinghai Province near Mount Baigong are three caves filled with pipes leading to a nearby salt-water lake. There are also pipes under the lake bed and on the shore. The iron pipes range in size, with some smaller than a toothpick. The strangest part is that they may be about 150,000 years old.

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The summer solstice sunrise aligns with the avenue off the circle around Stonehenge. At sunrise the sun shines down the avenue into the center of the stone circle.

Ancient Sacred Sites Aligned to the Summer Solstice

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77 Facts That Sound Like Huge Lies But Are Actually Completely True

The heart of a whale

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There are several energy centers, or vortexes of subtle energy, located in the Sedona area. (In Sedona, the energy centers are referred to as vortexes rather than vortices.) The energy from these vortexes saturates the whole area in and around Sedona, and can be noticed in a subtle but general way anywhere around town.

Sedona's Energy Vortexes.

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Snowflakes under the microscope

Being a Maths graduate and a science fan, I find snowflakes extraordinary. When they’re photographed through a microscope you can see their complexity and the awesome colours of the light passing through.

Snowflakes under the microscope

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SCIENCE OF DOCTOR WHO: Time Travel? NEW Special Aug 4 BBC America (I love how Michio Kaku isn't stuffy at all--he really is quite brilliant)

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Earth raises a plasma shield to battle solar storms - physics-math - 06 March 2014 - New Scientist

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Tanzania’s Lake Natron is one of the most serene lakes in all of Africa, but it’s also the source of some of the most eerie photographs ever...

This Lake is so Deadly it Turns Animals to Stone

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Multiple exposure publicity picture of Tesla sitting in his Colorado Springs laboratory with his "Magnifying transmitter" generating millions of volts and producing 23 feet long arcs.

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Radiation is pretty scary…

The infamous "Elephant Foot" formation of corium deep in the bowels of the ruined Cherboybl nuclear reactor. For more information on this lethal and amazing substance, see this link - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corium_%28nuclear_reactor%29#Chernobyl_accident

Radiation is pretty scary…

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Anthony Mattox, Particle Sphere 0633

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Dynosphere - Weston-super-Mare - England - February 1932

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Photograph of a Moon Crater from the late 1850s - just one of the gems from The Getty's Open Content Program - See more here: http://publicdomainreview.org/2013/08/14/selection-from-the-gettys-open-content-program/

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On July 4, 2012, a panel of scientists at the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva announced the discovery of a new particle, the long-anticipated Higgs boson

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