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Casual Friday — can we survive the Sun’s death?

OK, now that the world has survived a close call with financial disaster (thanks to the U.S.’ House of Representatives), we can entertain ourselves with the physics of real disasters. Say, like when the Sun devours the Earth in another billion years or so. Continue reading

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Casual Friday — 10 years of weather history in 3 minutes

NOAA’s GOES-12 satellite was decommissioned on August 16, 2013 — after more than 10 years of service. A video was just released showing all the weather history it captured (in the western hemisphere) over the course of its working life… Continue reading

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Casual Friday — using Google Street View to look at the world’s tallest building, inside and out

A behind-the-scenes look at how Google has captured Street View imagery of the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa… Continue reading

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Casual Friday — Dry ice and dunes (on Mars)

This week’s video gives you a taste of just how different sand dunes can be from planet to planet… Continue reading

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