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The strength of gravity has been measured to new precision


We now have the most precise estimates for the strength of gravity yet. Two experiments measuring the tiny gravitational attraction between objects in a lab have measured Newton’s gravitational constant, or Big G, with an uncertainty of only about 0.00116 per cent. Until now, the smallest margin of uncertainty for any G measurement has been 0.00137 per cent.

 

 

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Will Aliens Understand Voyager’s Golden Record?


Pioneer 10 and 11 each carry a 6 x 9-inch (15 x 23 centimeters), gold-anodized aluminum plaque. The plaque is affixed to support struts close to the spacecraft’s bus (main body). Carl Sagan and Frank Drake played key roles in designing the plaque and Linda Salzman Sagan, Sagan’s wife at the time, was the artist who actually drew the images engraved on the plaque.

 

 

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Amateur astronomer catches ‘bioluminescence party’ at Jervis Bay – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)


Sea sparkles are buoyant, single-celled algae or plant plankton which can produce light when they are disturbed.

They are mostly restricted to coastal waters, particularly in the vicinity of river mouths, and can appear at during any time of the year.

 

A childish excitement takes over the popular NSW holiday spot as the bright natural phenomenon bioluminescence provides a light show on the foreshore.

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CV vs Resume – What is the Difference? [+Examples]


Do you know what is the difference between a CV and a Resume and when to use which? If no, find out now.

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This Photographer Keeps Surprising The Internet With The Backstage Of His Photos


Have you ever wondered how long does it take for a professional photographer prepare a picture for a public eye? What are the steps that need to be taken before publishing that final, satisfying result? Everything‘s not so easy, and Brazilian photographer Gilmar Silva decided to prove it (previously here).
A while ago, this professional wedding and family photographer started a brilliant behind-the-scenes series, that he called LUGARxPHOTO (place and photo), that shows the backstage of professional photoshoots. First picture always shows the working environment of the photographer, and the second one reveals the final result which is sometimes hard to believe.

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Dive Under the Ice With the Brave Robots of Antarctica


Sending a robot into the icy depths and getting it back alive can be more challenging than communicating with a Mars rover millions of miles away.

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