Category : Science

Noctilucent Clouds “AKA Night Glowing Clouds“

2 months ago / 0 comments

Most of you might not even know that I photograph other things than tech and gadgets. But I enjoy taking landscape pictures. My most recent one features noctilucent clouds, which in …

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Tutorial: Make Your Own Hubble Images Using Data From the Legacy Archive

3 months ago / 0 comments

This is a republish of an old tutorial to fit modern screens. Did you know that anyone can get raw data from the Hubble space telescope? Now you do! And here …

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These Stripes Show Climate Trends for Every Country in the World

1 year ago / 0 comments

These stripes represent the average temperatures in a location of your choosing. Each stripe is a year and blue stripes are cooler than usual while red ones are hotter than usual.

Home-built X-Ray Machine and CT Scanner

1 year ago / 0 comments

This is one of the most impressive DIY projects I have ever seen. It’s a homebuilt X-Ray machine, which was later converted to work as a CT scanner.

Megatrends We See In Agriculture Right Now

2 years ago / 0 comments

In agriculture we see many different megatrends that develop, with most of the technology moving towards flexibility from producers. Regular farmers need growth strategies in order to be able to survive. …

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Scientists Build 100 Billion FPS Camera To Capture ‘Sonic Boom’ Of Light

4 years ago / 0 comments

Researchers from Washington University have created a camera capable of shooting at the speed of light. The camera, which is called LLE-CUP, was used to capture the ‘sonic boom’ or mach …

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