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VIRGO --- 20:24:16 31.8.2015
Research may solve lunar fire fountain mystery | News from Brown
Scientists have found traces of carbon in volcanic glass collected from the Apollo missions to the Moon.
The finding may not only explain the driving force behind ancient “fire fountain” eruptions on the Moon
but also suggest that some volatile elements on the Moon and Earth have a common origin.

VIRGO --- 20:18:41 31.8.2015
Fierce flashes of light ripple through delicate tendrils of gas in this new image, from ESA’s Herschel space observatory, which shows the dramatic
heart of a large and dense cosmic cloud known as Mon R2. This cloud lies some 2700 light-years away and is studded with hot, newly-formed stars.
Packed into the bright centre of this region are several hot ‘bubbles’ of ionised hydrogen, associated with newborn stars situated nearby. Here,
gas heated to a temperature of 10 000 °C quickly expands outwards, inflating and enlarging over time. Herschel has explored the bubbles in Mon R2,
finding them to have grown over the course of 100 000 to 350 000 years.
Space in Images - 2015 - 08 - Feathery filaments in Mon R2

VIRGO --- 19:58:10 31.8.2015
VIRGO --- 19:20:02 31.8.2015
Life Might Spread Across Universe Like an 'Epidemic' in New Math Theory
VIRGO --- 19:13:43 31.8.2015
The Wow! Signal Podcast: S2 Ep. 12 - SETI at the SKA
VIRGO --- 18:57:08 31.8.2015
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World’s Most Powerful Digital Camera Sees Construction Green Light | SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
The Department of Energy has approved the start of construction for a 3.2-gigapixel digital camera – the world’s largest –
at the heart of the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST). Assembled at the DOE's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory,
the camera will be the eye of LSST, revealing unprecedented details of the universe and helping unravel some of its greatest
mysteries. The construction milestone, known as Critical Decision 3, is the last major approval decision before the acceptance
of the finished camera, said LSST Director Steven Kahn: “Now we can go ahead and procure components and start building it.”