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Driving digital innovation: 6 steps to get company leaders on board


With technology revolutionizing the construction industry, Structure Tone needed to get company leaders up to speed and on board with digital innovation plans. So, the CIO created a six-step strategy.

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Teens Now Trust YouTubers More Than Journalists


A new survey reveals that teens tend to trust social media and YouTube personalities more than they do established news outlets.

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Something Just Smacked Jupiter and Here’s the Photo to Prove It | Space


An amateur astronomer caught a photograph of what appears to be an asteroid slamming into Jupiter.

 

A photograph captured by amateur astronomer Ethan Chappel appears to show an asteroid slamming into the gas giant Jupiter on Wednesday (Aug. 7). So far, astronomers are still waiting to see whether anyone else spotted the sudden flash, which was located over the planet’s South Equatorial Belt.

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Doomed star within Milky Way threatens Earth with rare gamma-ray burst


University of Sydney astronomers, working with international colleagues, have found a star system like none seen before in our galaxy.

 

The scientists believe one of the stars—about 8000 light years from Earth—is the first known candidate in the Milky Way to produce a dangerous gamma-ray burst, among the most energetic events in the universe, when it explodes and dies. The system, comprising a pair of scorchingly luminous stars, was nicknamed Apep by the team after the serpentine Egyptian god of chaos. One star is on the brink of a massive supernova explosion.

 

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Crashed spacecraft left tiny tardigrades on the moon plus a human, plant and animal library


In an attempt to create a "Noah’s ark" or a "back-up" for the Earth, non-profit organization The Arch Mission sent a lunar library — a stack of DVD-sized disks that acts as an archive of 30 million pages of information about the planet — to the moon. Along with the library, Arch Mission sent human DNA samples and a payload of tardigrades, which had been dehydrated, into space.
 
"We chose them because they are special. They are the toughest form of life we know of. They can survive practically any planetary cataclysm. They can survive in the vacuum of space, they can survive radiation," Nova Spivack, co-founder of the Arch Mission Foundation, said. Tardigrades have eight legs with claws at the end, a brain and central nervous system, and a sucker-like pharynx behind their mouth, which can pierce food.
 
 

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