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.

Provided by the National Science Foundation & NBC Learn

This is what Gravity looks like !

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

Mathematically proven on WowGoHere . c o m

Must See !

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 !

Must See; http://www.WowGoHere.com

Star Songs

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Several different types of stars and their flickers translated into audio files.

Credit: Fabienne Bastien, Vanderbilt University

LIGHT absolutely does NOT exist.

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Light is only the electromagnetic waves of HEAT that hit our retinas and what only our BRAINS then define as Light.

Computational Approaches to Nanosafety and Nanomedicine

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2nd Focus Lecture by Dr. Eduardo R. Mendoza, Visiting Scientist, Department of Membrane Chemistry, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, Germany and Senior Research Scientist, Faculty of Physics & Center for NanoScience, Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany. The lecture covered: (1) Understanding nanoparticle-cell interactions for nanosafety and nanomedicine, (2) A basic model of gold nanoparticles-cell interactions, (3) modelling targeted drug delivery with functionalized...