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51: More than just a number.
January 15, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

by Kaylee Gund What’s in a number? They’re symbols we use to quantify the world around us, the basis for astrophysics and time measurement, and among the first things we learn in language. 5: right angle meets curve. 1: straight as a ruler. Using some mental glue, stick these together and the result is 51, […]

X-treme astronomy: Go behind-the-scenes of The X-Planets on April 18
April 12, 2013 · 1 Comment

In this day and age, it seems like everyone is trying to add some excitement to their lives. Now that we no longer have animals trying to hunt us and have enough infrastructure that one bad harvest won’t wipe us out, we’re looking for something to spend our excess energy on. People have taken to […]

Looking for Clues to the Origins of the Universe
April 6, 2011 · Be The First To Comment

Ray Jayawardhana combs Antartica for meteorites on a snowmobile. Photos courtesy Ray Jayawardhana Astrophysicist Ray Jayawardhana will be at the Houston Museum of Natural Science this Thursday, April 7 giving a lively talk on the latest research in extrasolar planets and an update on the search for alien life and planets. He will also be […]

Is anyone else out there? [Life in the Universe]
January 15, 2010 · 2 Comments

Are we alone in the universe? Is there intelligent life out there? If you escape from the city lights and stare up at the night sky, you will see hundreds of stars. With a telescope you can see thousands, and with the help of the Hubble and computers we can see millions of stars. Our […]


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