Reminder – science cafe tomorrow night!
What: Cafe Sci Boston
When: Monday, viagra buy May 23, mind 2011. Doors at 6:30pm. Conversation starts at 7pm.
Topic: Are We Alone?
Where: Middlesex Lounge, 315 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139
Who: NOVA/WGBH and the Kepler Mission
Find them before they find us. Since March 2009 when the Kepler mission was launched, NASA has been collecting information about habitable planets. The first report came out in February 2011. How many habitable planets did the mission find so far?
This is your chance to talk with two colleagues from the Kepler Mission, Natalie Batalha and Jon Jenkins, to answer the question that we all wonder about: are we alone?
Join us to find out while having some great drinks and food!
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If you have any questions, please email me directly. Hope to see you there!
NOVA and Science Cafes, Outreach Coordinator
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Office:  300-4316
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A multimedia installation by Ben Aron at the Studio for Interrelated Media at MassArt.
“In 1926 astrophysicist Edwin P. Hubble published an article on Extra-Galactic Nebulae in Astrophysical Journal 64. Within this article, Hubble revealed his calculations on the dimensions of the finite universe. Like thousands of years earlier, the expanse of existence was described by a sole human being.”
July 21, 2010
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Google Sky allows users to tour galaxies
By DAN NEPHIN, Associated Press Writer Wed Aug 22, 5:10 PM ET
PITTSBURGH – The heavens are only a few mouse clicks away with Google Inc.’s latest free tool. A new feature in Google Earth, the company’s satellite imagery-based mapping software, allows users to view the sky from their computers.
The tool provides information about various celestial bodies, from stars to planets, and includes imagery from the Hubble Space Telescope and other sources. It also allows users to take virtual tours through galaxies, including the Milky Way, from any point on Earth they choose.