Asteroids and Us: How They’re Detected and Deflected

June 28, 2017

On June 30th, 1908, scientists believe a small asteroid exploded over Tunguska in Siberia, devastating 800 square miles. The destruction was caused by an object entering the earth’s atmosphere at 9 to 19 miles a second and exploding some 6 miles above Tunguska, releasing the equivalent energy of 185 Hiroshima nuclear bombs and flattening trees in […]

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10 Must-See Astronomy Events in 2017

February 9, 2017

Look to the skies for some spectacular celestial events this year. We aren’t just talking about shooting stars, we’re talking about astrological events, from meteor showers to eclipses. Astronomy nerds won’t want to miss these!  

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What Ever Happened to Green Web Hosting?

June 21, 2011

Depending on what you call “green web hosting,” such services have been available for about ten years and reached what seemed to be their zenith somewhere around 2007. (One provider we tried to contact six months ago for a sales inquiry never got back to us and didn’t generate an automatic reply.) But compared to […]

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