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Team closes in on answer The planets beyond Mars exhibit the highest winds speeds of any other planets in the solar system. It's a puzzle, because less energy from the sun is available there to drive higher winds. Astronomers have long marveled that
Town Moderator Mark Sylvia is accepting applications for the Government Study Committee, a group that could drastically change Fairhaven's governmental structure. On May 4, Town Meeting voted to form the seven-member Government Study Committee in
The first global topographic map of Saturn's largest moon Titan has been created, giving researchers a valuable tool for learning more about one of the most Earth-like and interesting worlds in the solar system.
today announced that Shane Robison , the company's Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President, will present as a speaker at the J.P. Morgan TMT Conference in on Wednesday, May 15th, 2013 at 9:20 a.m. (ET) . Mr. Robison will be joined by Fusion-
Two inch shards of crystal meth, tightly packaged together totaled 290 pounds were found inside of a Ceres house Tuesday. "You look at 290 pounds and that's staggering to think about, but you break that down to what the user gets and that's grams,"
Tomorrow, the moon will move across the sun and, for a few minutes after 8:00am Central Standard Time, an aptly named "ring of fire" will be visible. Astronomer Melissa Hulbert says only people in and around Tennant Creek, about 1,000 kilometres
In one of the most breathtaking pictures ever taken of the planet Saturn, US space agency NASA’s Cassini spacecraft has taken a near close-up picture of the planet’s famed red spot, a swirling mass of gas that makes one of the
An undergraduate student from the University of Iowa has discovered that a process occurring in Saturn's magnetosphere is linked to the planet's seasons and changes with them. The finding will help clarify the length of a Saturn day and could alter
This summer Royal Museums Greenwich brings together over one hundred beautiful and awe-inspiring images of space for a major new exhibition looking at the development of telescopy, photography, and our understanding of our place in the cosmos.
NASA has released some of the most amazing images yet from the Cassini-Huygens Saturn orbiter, showing a gigantic hurricane gyrating around Saturn’s north pole. This monster storm, estimated at 20 times the size of an average