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Undergraduate students are working with and this summer... and doing ground-breakin…
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august 2019 by tolkien
Astronomers Find Massive, Pure Brown Dwarf
An international team of researchers have found a record-breaking brown dwarf. A brown dwarf is something that’s not quite a star, and not quite a planet; rather, they’re something in between. They’re usually significantly larger than planets, but not massive enough that full nuclear fusion of hydrogen to helium can take place inside them. Most...

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march 2017 by vrzone
Software Fellowships - astronomers.io
Five year software fellowships for ? If it had been around back in the day I might still be in academia, .
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may 2015 by aallan
iRobot lawn-mowing Roomba prevents astronomers from studying the universe
iRobot has been plotting to create grass trimming version of its Roomba for around a decade, and it’s about time we get an update.  Apparently, one of the main obstacles keeping the company from progressing further is conflict of interests in the beacon frequencies that iRobot wants to use. The beacon technology iRobot plans on...

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april 2015 by vrzone
Astronomers witness most massive birth of star in the galaxy - VR-Zone
About 10,000 light years away from Earth, one of the soon to be largest stars in the galaxy is forming. Astronomers have gotten an unprecedented look at the birth. The Atacama array telescope in Chile is the most powerful radio telescope in the world, and the site at which astronomers have been witnessing the birth [...]

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Astronomers  witness  most  massive  birth  of  star  in  the  galaxy 
july 2013 by vrzone
Astronomers discover unexplained deep space explosions - VR-Zone
Astronomers in Australia have encountered several massive radio blasts coming from outside the galaxy; explosions of unknown origin. Astronomers at the Parkes radio telescope in New South Wales, Australia, have stumbled upon something rather interesting: Four enormous explosions coming from beyond our galaxy. It isn’t uncommon for radio telescopes to pick up pops or hisses, [...]

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july 2013 by vrzone

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