NASA GODDARD SPACE FLIGHT CENTER, MARYLAND - Weather researchers and forecasters worldwide are gushing with excitement in the final days leading to blastoff of the powerful, new Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Core Observatory - built by NASA in a joint effort with Japan. GPM is a next-generation satellite that will provide global, near real time…
Astronomers have discovered the oldest living star in the universe -- and, remarkably, it's situated right on our galactic doorstep, just 6,000 light years away, well within the Milky Way. The star, which has the abbreviated name of SM0313, was born 13.6 billion years ago -- just 100 or 200 million years after the Big Bang. It is believed that SM0313 is an elusive Population II star -- a star that was formed from the remnants of one of the universe's very first supernovae. By using SM0313's spectrographic fingerprint as a baseline, we will hopefully be able to find more ancient stars, eventually allowing us to build up a better picture of what actually happened during (and before?) the Big Bang.
Are science and religion incompatible? That seems like a rational conclusion, especially in the wake of last month's combative evolution-vs.-creationism debate, which pitted "Science Guy" Bill Nye against evangelist Ken Ham.
According to legend, Albert Einstein changed his mind about the static state of the universe in 1931 after astronomer Edwin Hubble showed him evidence that the universe was expanding. A recent paper shows this is a myth — and that Einstein needed a lot more to change his mind.
The Guardian Female students start to show more interest in science and engineering The Guardian The number of female students considering university courses in science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) subjects has seen a bigger increase...
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