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Jun 26 '12
Polar Mesospheric Clouds, Northern Hemisphere by NASA Goddard Photo and Video on Flickr.
In both the Northern and Southern Hemisphere, during their respective late spring and early summer seasons, polar mesospheric clouds are at the peak of their visibility. Visible from aircraft in flight, the International Space Station (ISS), and from the ground at twilight, the clouds typically appear as delicate, shining threads against the darkness of space—hence their other names of “noctilucent” or “night-shining” clouds.
Mar 18 '12
Kirtana Vallabhaneni - UK's Top Young Scientist
West Kirby Grammar School’s Kirtana Vallabhaneni beat 360 other entrants to be awarded the prize at The Big Bang Fair at Birmingham’s NEC on Friday.
The 17-year-old was part of University of Liverpool’s research project aimed at identifying the harmful cells that cause pancreatic cancer. She said she hoped her win could help “instil the same kind of passion I have for science in other young people”.
Feb 26 '12
Women wearing red send signals that attract men
It seems men really do prefer the lady in red.
A new study has found that men are more attracted to women wearing red compared to other colours because they believe they are less likely to be rejected.
Nov 13 '11
Dogs Chasing Their Tails
A very serious scientific analysis on a very serious subject: You Tube Videos of Dogs Chasing Their Tails
Sep 29 '11
Feb 21 '11
It is estimated that milky way has
50 Billion planets!
Feb 3 '11
Bright idea: An electrical current to the brain could open up our minds to new ideas, according to the research!