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From Live Science: Did Prehistoric Astronomers Build Stonehenge?
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, ancient, prehistoric, concept, discovery, history, humans, interesting, investigation, nasa, news, research, science, scientists, study, world )

- 19 hours ago -
In 1964, the late astronomer Gerald Hawkins developed an intricate method to use pit holes and markers to predict eclipses at Stonehenge. However, this does not mean that this is how Stonehenge was intended to be used.
From Space.Com: Mysterious Milky Way Signal Comes From Ancient Stars
Science & Tech  (tags: Astonomy, Dark Matter, Milky Way, Gamma Rays, discovery, humans, interesting, nasa, news, research, science, space, world )

- 2 days ago -
A mysterious cosmic signal radiating from the center of our Milky Way galaxy is actually triggered by ancient stars, rather than dark matter, according to a new study. There is a mysterious abundance of high-energy gamma-rays at the Milky Way's core.
How Stephen Hawking Transformed Our Understanding Of Black Holes
Science & Tech  (tags: Stephen Hawking, Black Holes, Einstein's Theory of Relativity, astronomy, discovery, interesting, nasa, news, research, science, scientists, space, study, world )

- 5 days ago -
There's a lot we still don't know about black holes, but these light-gobbling behemoths would be even more mysterious if Stephen Hawking hadn't plumbed their inky depths. Hawking improved some of Einstein's math to do so.
From Space.Com: Particle Zoo
Science & Tech  (tags: Astrophysics, Physics, astronomy, computers, concept, discovery, history, interesting, nasa, news, research, science, scientists, space, world )

- 10 days ago -
At the subatomic level, the true variety and splendor of nature is on full display, with a dizzying array of particles, forces and fields all whizzing and whirring about, governed by nearly-inscrutable laws of physics.
Saturn, Mars, Jupiter, Then Venus And Mercury Start Lining Up 3-10-2018
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, Skywatching, northern hemisphere, discovery, environment, humans, interesting, nasa, news, NewTechnology, science, scientists, tech, world )

- 11 days ago -
In the Northern Hemisphere - Jupiter, Mars and Saturn will line up in the southeastern portion of the early-morning sky through Saturday (March 10). The Moon will be close to Jupiter March 8, then between Mars and Saturn for 2 days.
SpaceX's Roadster Could Be a Martian 'Biothreat'
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, contamination, design, humans, Mars, microbes, Nasa, Planetary Protection, science, space, technology, terrestrial microbes, terrestrial life, Tesla Roadster )

- 15 days ago -
2nd paragraph But in addition to the "Starman" dummy sitting in the driver's seat, the vehicle likely also carries a payload of uncounted and unseen hitchhikers that could spell trouble for the Martian environment: terrestrial microbes.
Moon Is Full of Water
Science & Tech  (tags: water, astronomy, nasa, space )

- 21 days ago -
This might help colonize the moon.
From Space.Com: This Spring And Summer, Venus Makes A Brilliant Return
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, Venus, Evening Star, Western Sky, computers, history, humans, interesting, nasa, news, research, science, scientists, space, world )

- 23 days ago -
It's back! After a winter sabbatical of sorts, hiding out of sight since the beginning of December, Venus âEUR" by far the most brilliant of the naked-eye planets âEUR" is back in view. Venus is about to settle in as a prominent "evening star"
From Space.Com: 2018 Full Moon Calendar
Science & Tech  (tags: 2018 Full Moon Calendar,, astronomy, computer, discovery, health, history, humans, interesting, internet, nasa, news, research, science, scientists, space, study, world )

- 28 days ago -
The next full moon will be on Thursday, March 1. There are no full moons in February, due to the two full moons in January and in March. The second full moon in March will occur on Saturday, March 31, and be a Blue Moon.
From Space.Com: The Science Behind Quasers
Science & Tech  (tags: quasars, super nova, light, explosions, astronomy, discovery, humans, investigation, nasa, news, research, science, scientists, world )

- 36 days ago -
We all know that supernovas, the titanic explosions caused by the death of a massive star are some of the most fantastic fireworks nature has to offer. Miighty quasers are called the lighthouses of the sky.
Mars on Earth: Simulation Tests in Remote Desert of Oman
Science & Tech  (tags: middle-east, asia, nasa, space )

- 41 days ago -
Two scientists in spacesuits, stark white against the auburn terrain of desolate plains and dunes, test a geo-radar built to map Mars by dragging the flat box across the rocky sand.
This 'Cosmic GPS' Tech Will Help Us Explore the Furthest Reaches of Space
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, tech, NewTechnology, Gizmos, astronomy, nasa, space )

- 47 days ago -
NASA engineers recently showed off a proof-of-concept for a large-scale 'cosmic GPS.'
Over a Decade Later, NASA's Long-Dead IMAGE Satellite May Have Come Back to Life
Science & Tech  (tags: NASA, IMAGE Satellite, Scott Tilley, Magnetosphere, astronomy, science, scientists, technology, research, space, tech )

- 50 days ago -
Fascinating! A $150 million NASA satellite which died from systems failure just five years after its launch has somehow reactivated and is still broadcasting, Science reported Friday.
From Space.Com: Martian Dust Storms Caused By Loss Of Atmosphere
Science & Tech  (tags: Mars, Martian Dust Storms, Atmospheric Loss, astronomy, discovery, humans, interesting, investigation, nasa, research, science, scientists, space, study, world )

- 53 days ago -
Dust storms that take over the Martian globe play a key role in promoting gas escape. Scientists know that water flowed on the surface of Mars in the ancient past. Why Mars dried up, however, is still under investigation.
From Live Science: Photo Time Line On The Formation of Earth.
Science & Tech  (tags: formation of Earth, Timeline of Photos, ancient, astronomy, computer, concept, discovery, habitat, health, history, humans, interesting, internet, investigation, nasa, research, science, scientists, technology, world )

- 57 days ago -
Take a tour through the fascinating geologic record left behind by the major milestones in Earth's 4.5 billion years. This is an instructive and informative slide presentation. Enjoy. Please note, comment and forward.

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