• realclimatescience.com | 2/10/2019 | Staff
    A standard tactic of climate alarmists and journalists (excuse the redundancy) is to make pictures of condensed water vapor look dirty – in order to fool people into thinking that CO2 is black and...
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  • phys.org | 1/24/2019 | Staff
    Using the ALMA observatory in Chile, a group of astronomers led by MPIA's Henrik Beuther has made the most detailed observation yet of the way that a giant gas cloud fragments into dense cores,...
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  • phys.org | 1/15/2019 | Staff
    While easily seen by people, the cotton-ball clouds (called shallow cumulus clouds) that drift overhead on partly cloudy days are hard for radars and many other instruments to observe and,...
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  • phys.org | 12/28/2018 | Staff
    Researchers from Argonne's Environmental Science division participated in one of the largest collaborative atmospheric measurement campaigns in Antarctica in recent decades.
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  • earthsky.org | 11/24/2018 | Deborah Byrd
    Gilbert Vancell Nature Photography wrote: “The Magellanic Clouds over Bromo Semeru Tengger National Park, Java, Indonesia. My 1st time shooting the Magellanic Clouds, and couldn’t have been anyplace...
    1.7K views Lord
  • earthsky.org | 11/22/2018 | Deborah Byrd
    View larger. | A glory on a foggy morning, via Arnaud Besancon. Arnaud Besancon in Germany caught this image on November 16, 2018. He said he took the photo while looking west at sunrise, and he...
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  • earthsky.org | 10/23/2018 | Jorge Salazar
    Patricia Evans spotted this hole-punch cloud in November 2015 from a restaurant parking lot. You’re probably familiar with contrails, the wispy strands of clouds made by jet exhaust high in the sky.
    462 views trainman
  • phys.org | 10/18/2018 | Staff
    We live in an age of long-range information transmitted either by underground optical fibre or by radio satellites. But the throughput today is so great that radio frequency is no longer enough in...
    522 views red815
  • ScienceDaily | 10/17/2018 | Staff
    Although satellite radio communication is powerful, it can no longer keep up with the daily demand for the flow of information. Its long wavelengths limit the amount of information transmitted,...
    115 views Les7799

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