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Meet the Woman Who Guides NASA’s Juno Probe Through Jupiter’s Killer Radiation

On the night of July 4th, 2016, scientists successfully maneuvered a basketball court-sized probe into the orbit of the largest planet in the solar system. Some at the Florida launch cheered, some breathed a sigh of relief. But for NASA’s Heidi Becker, this could have been the mission’s end.Read more… Continue Reading at

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Here are the dance music nominations for the 2018 JUNO Awards

The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences’ annual JUNO Awards, essentially the Grammy Awards for Canadian musicians, has announced the nominees for its 46th annual edition. Originally beginning as The Gold Leaf Awards in 1970, the JUNO Awards has grown from a one-night industry event in Toronto, ON, to a national week-long music celebration. Nominations […]

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This Look at Jupiter’s Rings From the Inside Is Breathtaking

Juno’s first major information dump revealed some incredible insights into our big ol’ friend, Jupiter. A few close approaches from the NASA spacecraft show that the gas giant has extremely chaotic storms and can generate aurorae in ways Earth can’t, among other oddities. In short, Jupiter is the wild west of the…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Let Glorious Jupiter Distract You From Existential Dread

Lingering sense of ennui creeping in? Concerned about our crumbling infrastructure? Allow me to temporarily assuage your problems by offering up some lovely images of Jupiter. They won’t solve anything, but they just might help you get through day the without shouting into a stranger’s face or kicking over a traffic…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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