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Saturn's tiny, icy moon Enceladus has recently been visited by NASA's Cassini orbiter on several very close approaches - once coming within a mere 25 kilometers (15 miles) of the surface. Scientists ar... More
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Made popular on January 30 2009, submitted by Arlind
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A team of University of Michigan researchers has recently created a set of electron microscope images of carbon nanotube structures depicting images of U.S. President-elect Barack Obama. John Hart, lea... More
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Made popular on January 30 2009, submitted by Arlind
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To demonstrate a new method for fabricating three-dimensional living biological structures, researchers at the University of Tokyo’s Institute of Industrial Science (IIS) have created a 5-millimeter ... More
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Made popular on January 25 2009, submitted by Andres
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Here is a collection of digital illustrations of mechs, droids and borgs discovered via the Pixiv image sharing site. Follow the link below each image to view the artist’s website.
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Made popular on January 17 2009, submitted by Andres
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When creating new technology, it is important to consider potential benefits but also problems that might emerge. This humorous image depicts a situation where a problem was neither considered nor addr... More
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Made popular on January 14 2009, submitted by Andres
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Rob Sheridan portraits a plumber and a vicious mushroom creature entering the third dimension.
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This new image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope tells a tale of life and death, and reveals a rich family history. The striking infrared picture shows a colorful cosmic cloud, called W5, studded wit... More
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Made popular on December 29 2008, submitted by Andres
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See bacteria that could be from 120,000 to millions of years old, parasites that mimic fruit, and so much more in this list of top 10 organisms found in 2008. It's nice to be reminded that many species... More
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Made popular on December 25 2008, submitted by Andres
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According to RCA (back in 1959), the future would have little robots that would scurry around and vacuum your floors. This is it, folks. We’ve made it to the future.
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Made popular on December 22 2008, submitted by Andres
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The Beautiful Mind is an online gallery of stunning neuroscience photographs, aiming to demonstrate the beauty within. Although it's currently an online exhibition, it will be touring Europe in 2009... More
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Made popular on December 15 2008, submitted by Arlind
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"I confess that in 1901 I said to my brother Orville that man would not fly for fifty years." ~ by Wilbur Wright, of the Wright brothers.
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Made popular on December 13 2008, submitted by Andres
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The author allowed his mind to imagine leaving the atmosphere of a planet, he dreamt and when the dream ended, this digital footprint was left for all of us to enjoy.
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Made popular on December 13 2008, submitted by Andres
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Illustration by LUIS F. Sanz for El País.
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Made popular on December 01 2008, submitted by Navras
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This month marks the 10th anniversary of the first launched module of the International Space Station (ISS). The module Zarya was lifted into orbit on November 20th, 1998 by a Russian Proton rocket lif... More
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Made popular on November 25 2008, submitted by Arlind
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Glaring near the top of the frame, the shuttle orbiter Endeavour rockets into the night on the STS-126 mission. Endeavour left planet Earth on November 14 from Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Ce... More
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Made popular on November 21 2008, submitted by Andres
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This is a four-node diagram of the Internet's ancestor, ARPANET. This diagram was transmitted across space in 2008 via humanity's 'Interplanetary Internet'.
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Made popular on November 20 2008, submitted by Andres
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This is the diagram of NASA's, successfully tested, interplanetary network modeled on the Internet.
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Graphics Gallery is a series of labeled diagrams with explanations representing the important processes of biotechnology. Each diagram is followed by a summary of information, providing a context for t... More
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The Personal Robots Group focuses on developing the principles, techniques, and technologies for personal robots. Cynthia and her students have developed numerous robotic creatures ranging from robotic... More
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This is the full resolution map of the Internet, back from 2005. The author says: "I created this small partial map of the Internet from the 2005-01-15 data found here (http://www.opte.org/maps/... More
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Funerium depicts a brief moment in space, where twin earth-like planets are seen from just above their atmosphere.
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A diagram illustrating just how little freshwater the world has to work with. If all the world’s water were to fit inside 100 glasses, the supply available to humanity would not fill three quarters o... More
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Awesome shot of large group of monkeys in Japanese wilderness.
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The shadow of the Moon can be seen darkening part of Earth. This shadow moved across the Earth at nearly 2000 kilometers per hour. Only observers near the center of the dark circle see a total solar ec... More
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Stars have onion-like layers that blow off in fiery explosions before a final killing blow—a supernova—turns them into black holes, according to a new theory of star death.
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