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Project Discovery Study Published

Rhiannon Williams 2018-09-12

A new study, published in the September issue of Nature Biotechnology—the researchers who employed Eve Online players as citizen scientists—has helped boost the AI system used for predicting protein localization on a subcellular level. The comparison between players’ observations with those…

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EVE Community surpasses expectations with Project Discovery

Paramemetic 2018-01-27

EVE Online’s active and engaged community once again rose to and exceeded expectations with the ongoing Project Discovery. In a recent Dev-Blog, CCP’s Team Psycho-Sisters provided an update on the project, as the first batch of data is now undergoing…

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Space News Update Jan 2017

Rhiannon Williams 2018-01-06

I hope all you spacefans had a fantastic holiday season and that your waistlines and hangovers are regaining a normal state of equilibrium. This time we have brown dwarfs an imaginary Mars and news on Tabby’s Star. BROWN DWARFS A…

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Rhiannon Williams 2017-08-21

Earlier this month, I did a write-up on the upcoming Solar eclipse. However, not everyone will have read it or paid attention. Here at INN, we really hope all of you who can will enjoy this rare astronomical event to the fullest…

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This Week in Space

Rhiannon Williams 2016-09-18

Its been another busy time for space news spacefans! This week sees the launch of China’s second space lab, Freddie Mercury gets his own roid, and we found Philae! PHILAE FOUND! Many readers may remember the Philae lander that accompanied…

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This Week in Space

Rhiannon Williams 2016-09-05

Greetings, spacefans! Its been the UK ‘silly season’ and holiday time, so I hope you’re all have a relaxing summer for all you Northern Hemisphere folks, and are wrapped up warm if you’re not. I for one have spent many…

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This Week In Space

Rhiannon Williams 2016-07-01

This week, spacefans, we have rocket, astronauts, quasi-moons and a look ahead to the Juno mission. I highly recommend the cool videos! SOMETIMES IT REALLY IS ROCKET SCIENCE! The second and final qualification motor (QM-2) test for the Space Launch…

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Andrew Sturgis 2016-06-11

Solar sails are one of the more unique and efficient ways to travel through space. On the 9th of June, 2015 The Planetary Society‘sLightSail-A spacecraft successfully deployed its four triangular sails in one of the first successful deployments of a…

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Vantablack – Now in Spray Format

TMC Archives 2016-04-01

You can tell science is going on because she’s wearing goggles (Source: Surrey NanoSystems) PAINT IT BLACK UK-based Surrey NanoSystems recently announced that its Vantablack® now comes in spray format.  Vantablack, the world-record holder as the darkest man-made material, reflects…

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Largest Feature in the Universe Poses Puzzle

TMC Archives 2015-08-18

A new report from the Royal Astronomical Society has announced the discovery of the largest structure to have been found so far in the Universe. The object, found by an Hungarian-US team of astronomers, is approximately a mind-boggling 5 billion…

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Rocket Science – Fuel or Propellant?

TMC Archives 2015-08-06

Propelling an object into a parabolic arc or an orbit is not an easy feat. The basic Delta-V requirement to achieve low-Earth orbit is around 7.8 kilometers per second (km/s). Atmospheric drag, and other factors often require 1.5-2.0 kilometers more…

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Pentaquark Discovered at LHC by Accident

TMC Archives 2015-07-27

It’s a particle so elusive that even the world’s largest physics experiment could only discover it by accident. The pentaquark has at last been found. While finding the particle hinged on a stroke of good fortune, the discovery marks another…

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Faster Than Light – It’s Easier than You’d Think!

TMC Archives 2015-07-26

If you’ve had a typical childhood, at some point in time you’ve thrown a rock into a pond just to watch the little ripples that roll outwards. Anyone who has been to an ocean or a large lake has seen…

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Ceres Spots Back in Focus

TMC Archives 2015-05-25

The enigmatic cluster of bright spots on the dwarf planet Ceres, the largest object in the asteroid belt between Jupiter and Mars, are back in focus this past week with the release of new high resolution imaging by NASA’s Jet Propulsion…