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THE STAR OF BETHLEHEM

By   /  December 24, 2011  /  Words from the Wetherbee  /  Comments Off

Tweet THIS WEEK’S WORD FROM THE WETHERBEE By Jim Friese- museum guide, & Allison Young- program coordinator   THE STAR OF BETHLEHEM Originally published December 20, 2010 Throughout time, one object in astronomy has continually puzzled astronomers. Only one source in all of history has recorded it, yet it has fascinated the faithful and obsessed [...]

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FOR NOW, NEUTRINO CALCULATIONS HOLDING TRUE

By   /  November 27, 2011  /  Words from the Wetherbee  /  Comments Off

Tweet   Scientists at Cern have validated some of their calculations regarding neutrinos, tiny particles that they think can travel faster than light. We say that with some uncertainty, though, because as soon as the Opera (Oscillation Project with Emulsion [T]racking Apparatus) collaboration published their findings regarding the particles, physicists started desperately trying to find [...]

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