Nobel Prize winning astrophysicist Adam Riess discusses supernovae

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Nobel Prize winning astrophysicist Adam Riess answers questions about his research on supernovae and his life outside the lab.

Rotating Egg

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Graph of an egg derived from an equation and uneven unique angular periods from division of pi by whole numbers.

Science Behind the News: Impacts on Jupiter

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The impact of comets on the surface of Jupiter are a fairly common experience. At the University of Central Florida, astronomers Joseph Harrington and Csaba Palotai are leading a project that studies precisely how these impacts happen, and also provides valuable information about what might happen if such a comet struck Earth. "Science Behind the News" is produced in partnership with NBC Learn.

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Science Behind the News: Extrasolar Planets

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Extrasolar planets, or exoplanets, are planets that orbit stars other than our sun. Astronomers like Dr. William Welsh at San Diego State University primarily use two methods to detect these distant planets: Doppler and Transit methods. "Science Behind the News" is produced in partnership with NBC Learn.

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This is what Gravity looks like !

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Gravity is "absolutely" pushing you down onto the earth.

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Sandra Bullock is the "new" . . . . . GALILEO ! (must see)

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Sandra Bullock's new film G R A V I T Y is helping the world to see that Gravity is absolutely a "Pushing" force !

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