‘Planet Nine’ does exist in our solar system: NASA
An artist’s rendering shows the far-off view from “World 9” back to the sun, in this handout image provided by the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena, California.
See all stories on this topic LIGO detector makes waves at 2017 Nobel Prize announcement U of T scientists add to the look for gravitational waves By Emily Deibert on October 15, 2017 By Emily Deibert Released: 10:36 pm, 15 October 2017 under Science Tags: Nobel Reward LIGO is the world’s biggest observatory for the detection of gravitational waves. Umptanum/CC WIKIMEDIA http://var.st/2nx LIGO is the world’s larg …
See all stories on this subject Area radiation not a difficulty for human journey to Mars: NASA is developing innovations to counter space radiation – among the most significant obstacles for human journey to Mars – to make sure a safe and effective exploration of the red world. “Some people believe that radiation will keep NASA from sending individuals to Mars, but that is not the current scenario,” stated Pat Troutman, NASA Human Explorati …
See all stories on this topic Prindle: 5 tips to enhance your
e-commerce AT THE MARKETPLACE– Developing an e-commerce identity beside Amazon and Wayfair can be a challenging job, one that Carl Prindle, president and CEO of Blueport Commerce, addressed at his Saturday discussion at the Seller Resource Center Saturday. Here are a few of Prindle’s tips for improving your e-commerce strategy. 1. Make your site your fla.
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