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Visible Light From A Black Hole Spotted For The First Time Ever
In a cosmic first, astronomers have spotted visible light coming from a black hole during a violent outburst of energy. The discovery, made from observations of a nearby black hole binary called V404 Cygni, suggests other black holes could be (click on the title to read the full article).
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144-Year-Old Arctic Shipwreck Discovered Thanks To Climate Change?
(CNN) — Archaeologists have discovered parts of two 19th-century whaling ships in the Arctic, thanks to sonar technology, intrepid divers and … climate change?
“With less ice in the Arctic as a result of climate change, archaeologists now have more access to potential shipwreck sites than ever before,” according to a news release from
Up close with Segway's new personal robot
LAS VEGAS — Forget the Segway you knew. The next generation of this personal mobility device is smarter, smaller and, yes, cuter, than ever before.
Intel teased the bot at its CES keynote on Tuesday, but it wasn’t until the official unveiling on Wednesday that we finally get a good look at (Click on the title to read the full article)
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