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Happy 4th of July – This day in Astronomy

As we celebrate our nation’s independence with hot dogs, grills, brews, sunburns and fireworks, you can always take a little time to appreciate our nation that we live in.  Appreciate how we’re able to live our lives and what we’re able to achieve in this great county. This country is accomplished many feats throughout the decades, and I’m proud to have been around for a few of them.  Many of these accomplishments regarding our space exploration and understanding, one of my few favorite hobbies to research and read about. On this day, July 4th in the year 2016, we accomplished…

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New AI Platform Protects Musicians’ Work

Any music artist, regardless of his or her level of fame, will tell you that chief among their many concerns about the business is guarding against copyright infringement and protecting the work. DigiTrax Entertainment, a leader in the use of artificial intelligence in the music industry, recognizes this and has found a way to harness the analytical power of AI to help protect musicians from copyright infringement. The new DigiTrax product, Music Fact Reports, can act as a personal CSI lab for forensic musicology, according to Joseph Vangieri, CEO of DigiTrax Entertainment. “We believe Music Fact Reports will be a…

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Remarkably Huge Quasar Group challenges Theory of Relativity

The structure exists, but by current theories and models, it really shouldn’t exist because it’s too big.  The Sloan Digital Sky Survey found a huge quasar group some years back that very clearly is there, but it challenges what we know about large-scale structures in the Universe. Just how do we conclude that the Large Quasar Group is too big?  One of the assumptions astronomers gather from Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, is at this large of a scale, the universe should look relatively (pun intended) uniform in all directions.  More scientifically stated: On a sufficiently large scale, the properties of…

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Interstellar Comet Dust Holds Clues About the Solar System

Researchers are following a trail of interstellar dust the distance back to the formation of the solar system. What we presently know as the solar system started as a cloud of interstellar dust and gas. By considering “pre-solar” dust, which was preserved in cosmic items like comets previously they advanced toward Earth, researchers can peer back so as to the early solar system. Consistently, huge amounts of cosmic dust tumble from space onto Earth’s climate. NASA utilizes airship with uncommon “sticky” authorities covered with silicone oil to get dust at high elevations previously it has been excessively polluted by our…

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Supermassive black hole seen eating star for the first ever time

Specialists have at long last viewed the development and expansion of the quick moving jet of material that is tossed out when a supermassive black hole‘s gravity snatches a star and shreds it. Researchers viewed the sensational occasion utilizing very particular telescopes, which are focused on a couple of impacting galaxies called Arp 299, almost 150 million light-years from Earth. At the focal point of one of those systems, a star twice the size of the Sun came excessively near a black hole that is in excess of 20 million times large as our Sun – and was destroyed separated,…

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