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skwirlinator
2005-May-25, 02:34 AM
I would like to use this thread so We could name the TRULY real breaking Science in the world today.

Perhaps it could help me to find threads already going to keep me from being ToSeeked.

It could also serve as a web finder for the breaking science links like to

eureka Alert
Red nova
new scientist
and
stuff.


I am not making sense am I? #-o

skwirlinator
2005-May-25, 02:38 AM
Voyager 1 Enters the Heliosheath


Summary - (May 24, 2005) NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft has traveled so far in our Solar System that it's reached the heliosheath. This is an area just past the termination shock region, where the solar wind crashes into the thin interstellar gas of the galaxy. It was difficult to detect exactly when Voyager 1 passed through the termination shock and into the heliosheath, because we have no data about interstellar space yet, just calculations.

http://www.universetoday.com/am/publish/voyager_enters_heliosheath.html

skwirlinator
2005-May-25, 02:41 AM
Audio: Unlikely Wormholes


Summary - (May 23, 2005) Wormholes are a mainstay in science fiction, providing our heroes with a quick and easy way to instantly travel around the Universe. Enter a wormhole near the Earth and you come out on the other side of the galaxy. Even though science fiction made them popular, wormholes had their origins in science - distorting spacetime like this was theoretically possible. But according to Dr. Stephen Hsu from the University of Oregon building a wormhole is probably impossible

http://www.universetoday.com/am/publish/audio_unlikely_wormholes.html?2352005

http://www.universetoday.com/audio/UT052305wormhole.mp3

Lance
2005-May-25, 12:05 PM
Voyager 1 Enters the HeliosheathToSeeked (http://www.badastronomy.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=21899)