Category Archives: Science
Plains Milky Way Check out the awesome video of the Springtime Milky Way as seen from South Dakota. Randy Halverson on Vimeo.
Wooden balls rolling up a slope? Is this a new force of nature or magic? No, just a very cool optical illusion. Click here to check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAXm0dIuyug&feature=player_embedded
Originally submitted at Telescopes.com The CPC 800 GPS XLT is the most portable of Celestron’s top-of-the-line fork-mounted astronomical telescopes and includes Celestron’s premium StarBright XLT coatings. This telescope is at home as a superb visual instrument or, with optional wedge … Continue reading
An article on Spaceweather.com discusses the latest analysis of climate researchers Judith Lean (NRL) and David Rind (NASA/GISS). Their model can account for 76% of the variation in the surface temperature of the Earth over the last 30 years just … Continue reading
Here is a clip from the PBS program “DNA The Secret of Life”. Computer animation is used to illustrate the process that makes near-perfect copies of DNA. How DNA Copies Itself ??