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Two researchers from Observatoire Astronomique de Strasbourg have revealed for the first time the existence of a new signature of the birth of the first stars in our galaxy, the Milky Way. More than 12 billion years ago, the intense ultraviolet light from these stars dispersed the gas of our Galaxy's nearest companions, virtually putting a halt to their ability to form stars and consigning them to a dim future. Now Pierre Ocvirk and Dominique Aubert, members of the Light in the Dark Ages of the Universe (LIDAU) collaboration, have explained why some galaxies were killed off, while stars continued to form in more distant objects. How the Milky Way killed off nearby galaxies
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New York The development of New York city in four easy pictures, for your viewing pleasure. Notice the significant jump in the height of the buildings by 1932? Most of this had only occurred within the couple of years before the second photo was taken: 1930-31 saw construction of five New York skyscrapers that are still among the top ten tallest today, among them the monumental Empire State Building (see the list here). Amazing Stuff! » The World: Now and then
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There is an incredible metal that shatters like glass, melts in a human hand, attacks other metals but is non-toxic to humans, and acts like an alien life form when exposed to sulfuric acid and dichromate solution. It sounds too amazing to be true, but gallium is an absolutely real chemical element that’s found in some of the gadgets we use every day. But perhaps more interestingly, there are a ton of insane experiments scientists like to do with gallium. Thanks to its odd properties and behavior, gallium can do some pretty strange things in the lab. The above video shows what happens when gallium “attacks” aluminum. The “gallium beating heart” experiment is a popular one that shows how gallium can act like a living thing when submerged in sulfuric acid and a dichromate solution. Material Science Madness: Crazy Metal Melts in Your Hand
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MAGIC: Evolution of NBA Team Logos By Josh Cohen ORLANDO-- When you need a sports history refresher, glance over the evolution of team logos and suddenly a 15-minute conversation about classic games and performances with your buddies transforms into an endless one. I recently decided to browse over the timeline of NBA logos for each active franchise and astoundingly there are so many moments that popped in my head. For instance: When I gaze at the Utah Jazz logo that existed from 1996-2004, I can’t help but think of John Stockton and Karl Malone and their unforgettable NBA Finals clashes with the Chicago Bulls in 1997 and 1998. The Atlanta Hawks emblem from 1972-1995 definitely reminds me of the days of Dominique Wilkins, while the Detroit Pistons symbol from 1979-1996 undoubtedly prompts me to think of Isiah Thomas and the Bad Boys of the late 1980’s. It’s also astonishing the transformations that certain teams have made over the years to their image.
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NASA and the Pentagon have been investigating space plane technology for decades, but the space shuttle is the only one in actual operation. The efforts left a legacy of unique aircraft that generated the data used by aerospace engineers to create the X-37B. Advocates hope the current Air Force program will pave the way for future concepts. 1960s X-20 Dyna-Soar Agency: USAFType: Manned; experimental prototypePurpose: It was to be the first spacecraft to launch into space on a rocket and glide to land.Legacy: The program was canceled in 1963 before a plane was completed, but the research led to the space shuttle's delta wings. Space Plane History – NASA Air Force Space Plane Timeline
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