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Astronomy & Space Science
A Teacher Guide and Activities for Teaching and Learning ...
Rosemary A. Millham
Whether you are simply curious about our mysterious neighbor—the Moon—or a teacher looking for ways to teach concepts about the Moon without misconceptions,
is the ...
The Final Theory
Rethinking Our Scientific Legacy (Second Edition)
Our search for ultimate understanding --- the
Theory of Everything
-- has long been the quest of such great scientists as Aristotle, Newton, Einstein, Hawking and many others, and is ...
A Model for a Static, Stable Universe
David F. Crawford
proposes a new cosmological model very different from, and more elegant than, the Big-Bang Theory.
is based on two major hypotheses that Hubble ...
Are Stars Conscious?
Greg Matloff and C Bangs
The only thing we can be absolutely sure of is our own consciousness. But what is consciousness? Is it a property that is unique to humans or do we share it with other life forms? Or is the ...
The Many Facets of Cosmic Explosions
Alicia Margarita Soderberg
Over the past few years, long-duration gamma-ray bursts (GRBs), including the subclass of X-ray flashes (XRFs), have been revealed to be a rare variety of Type Ibc supernova (SN Ibc). While all ...
Lyman Alpha Emitting Galaxies at High ...
Direct Detection of Young Galaxies in a Young Universe
Steven Arthur Dawson
As late as 1995, the anticipated widespread population of primeval galaxies remained at large, lurking undetected at unknown redshifts, with undiscovered properties. We present results from our ...
Toward an Understanding of the Progenitors ...
Joshua S. Bloom
The various possibilities for the origin ("progenitors") of gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) manifest in differing observable properties. Through deep spectroscopic and high-resolution imaging observations ...
Bridging the Gap
Elusive Explosions in the Local Universe
Mansi M. Kasliwal
For centuries, we have known that our dynamic universe is adorned by cosmic fireworks: energetic and ephemeral beacons of light from a single star that are a million (nova) to a billion (supernova) ...