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Astronomy Photo of the Day (APotD): 8/20/14 – M78


Image Credit: ESO (European Southern Observatory) and Igor Chekalin Sometimes, instead of planetary nebulae like the Helix and Butterfly Nebulae, we get something (arguably) far more stunning: reflection nebulae.

How to See Without Glasses (Video)

Do you use glasses? Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you had forgotten or broken your bifocals?

Nature & Man, by Mike Taylor


Image Credit: Mike Taylor This is another incredible photograph taken by Mike at Taylor Photography. There are a few interesting things happening in this picture (titled: “Nature & Man: Iridium Flare, Milky Way, Clouds and Light Pollution”).

NASA Needs Your Help Identifying Millions of Images of Earth


The Iberian Peninsula at night, showing Spain and Portugal. Madrid is the bright spot just above the center.

Meet The Assassin Bug


Assassin bug nymph with ant carcasses on its back. By Kurt This is a stealthy, predatory insect, and it’s one of my favorites in the world of entomology: Meet the Assassin Bug (aw, isn’t it cute?

Astronomy Photo of the Day: 08/19/14 – 3C 305


Image Credits: X-ray: NASA/CXC/CfA/F. Massaro et al.; Optical: NASA/STScI/C.P. O’Dea et al.; Radio: NSF/VLA/CfA/F.

No X-rays from SN 2014J


Image Credit: Adam Block, Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter, U. Arizona In January of 2014, an incredibly bright supernova illuminated the night sky.

The Wow! Signal


The Wow! Signal On August 15, 1977, SETI scientists detected the famous Wow! signal. This was a very strong narrowband radio signal that lasted 72 seconds and has continued to capture the hearts and minds of scientists and lay people.

Scientists Discover Higgs boson May Explain Expansion & Earliest Moments of the Universe


Image Credit: Stock.xchng Recently, two scientists proposed that the Higgs boson, whose existence was recently confirmed and which is proven to be the origin of the universe’s mass, may also be responsible for inflation and, ultimately, the shape of the Universe.

Light Pulses Lead to Discovery of Rare Black Hole


The universe has so many black holes that it’s impossible to count them all. There may be 100 million of these intriguing astral objects in our galaxy alone.

To Immunize or Not to Immunize? : Vaccine Statistics, Facts, & Figures


Image via Shutterstock In May of 2014, the journal Vaccine published an article  by the University of Sydney which confirms that there is no association between vaccines and autism or between vaccines and the autism spectrum disorder.

Cleaning Your Hands May Be More Complicated Than You Think


The following article was written by Christine Carson (a research associate at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research, who also hails from the University of Western Australia) for "The Conversation" There is no evidence that the antibacterial ingredients of such soaps do anything more than plain soap and water.

Astronomy Photo of the Day (APotD): 08/18/14 – Messier 109


Image Credit: Daniel Duggan/Faulkes Telescope North Messier 109, also know as NGC 3992, is a barred Galaxy in the constellation of Ursa Major, or better know as the Big Dipper.

The Heartbreaking Story of Vladimir Komarov


Original image source: Encyclopedia Astronautica When we think about the Space Race, we tend to gravitate toward happy stories about men making history by leaving footprints on the moon and the many “firsts” that followed that monumental achievement.

How Diet Affects Mental Well-Being


By Felice Jacka, Deakin University We are only now realising how poor diets impact mental health and well-being.

Mob Destroys Ebola Center In Liberia: Patients Flee into City


A man removes a child from the Ebola holding facility in West Point. John Moore / Getty Images A mob descended on an Ebola clinic in Liberia earlier today.

Closest Conjunction of 2014 Heading Our Way Tonight


2012 image showing Venus, Jupiter, and the Moon shining over the ruins of the medieval Avigliana Castle, a short ways from Turin, Italy.

Get Free Collection of Ebola News and Research Released by Scientific Journals


Image via CDC/ Frederick A. Murphy 2014 has witnessed the largest Ebola outbreak on record. In response, many individuals are concerned about their own health and the health and safety of their loved ones. In response to this record-breaking outbreak, Science and Science Translational Medicine have compiled over a decade’s worth of material (including much of their published news and research) in order to assist with the dissemination of information to the public.

Creating a 2D Rubens’ Tube Will be Your Life Mission After Seeing This Video

Some of you might be familiar with a Rubens’ Tube . In short, it’s a tube-like contraption that you poke holes in, insert flammable gas through, and add sound waves to.

Why Do Paper Cuts Hurt So Much? (Video)

It’s a well-known fact that, perhaps with the exception of childbirth, paper cuts are the most painful thing in all of the universe (it’s totally true.


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