Hubble Witnesses Mysterious Breakup of Asteroid
Hubble has observed some weird things since it was launched in 1990, but this is probably one of the strangest. Read more
No, it’s not aliens.
At 75, opening a neighborhood bakery in Washington, D.C. http://ift.tt/1e9lBKS
As Garcia’s, a restaurant and store in Matamoros, Mexico, you can buy a pistol-shaped bottle of tequila. (Steve Inskeep / NPR)
Olmec ornamental mask, Mexico, dates to the 10th century BCE.
Courtesy the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, via their online collections.
“Short of having a pope curse in public, nothing could be more damning.”
Our recap of Canto 19 of Dante’s Inferno.
Two Cupcakes And Cheese Ravioli -
That was last Monday’s din din. Yep, in that order, too. Two Georgetown cupcakes (strawberry cheesecake and peanut butter fudge) and a delivery order of cheese ravioli (they didn’t have Bolognese). I ate every last bite.
I know what you are thinking. Yes, you should judge. I binged. It was a…
Bacchus is rolling and Hugh Laurie seems to be having the time of his life.
I’ll drink to that!
An advanced telescopic imaging system enabled this year is the first of its kind capable of not only spotting planets orbiting other stars, but also analyzing the chemistry of their atmospheres.
In this podcast, join Museum curator and Chair of the Astrophysics Department Ben R. Oppenheimer as he discusses the system, known as Project 1640, and its implications for astrophysics and the future of remote space exploration.
Miracle City Mall (closed), Titusville, FL, February, 2014 by Norm Powell
STILL NOT HEAVY ENOUGH
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