NASA is getting plenty of advice — and sympathy — as it assesses whether its Kepler planet-hunting telescope can be revived after the failure of its reaction-control system. The reactions from scientists and engineers range from repair tips to an Audenesque …
Good news! Field Guide to the Jewel Beetles of Northeastern North America is finally shipping! If you pre-ordered a copy of the book and you live in Canada, you should be receiving the book any day now (if you haven’t already). If you don’t live in Canada, don’t worry, we haven’t forgotten about you. To [...]
As recorded by Katie Langloh Parker (1897)From the Eulayhi people of northwestern New South Wales.Mullyan, the eagle hawk, built himself a home high in a yaraan tree. There he lived apart from his tribe, with Moodai the possum, his wife, and Moodai the possum, his mother-in-law. With them too was Buttergah, a daughter of the Buggoo or flying squirrel tribe. Buttergah was a friend of Moodai, the wife of Mullyan, and a distant cousin to the Moodai tribe.Mullyan the eagle hawk was a
The Physical Electronics AES cylindrical mirror (CMA), double-pass ESCA (XPS) and single channel SCA hemisphere analyzers use variations of the Channeltron® (registered trade mark of Photonis – Burle – Galileo) type of electron multiplier. The function of the electron multiplier … Continue reading →The post Electron multipliers used in PHI AES and XPS analyzers appeared first on RBD TechSpot.
I had Miley out this evening, and I was taking photos of her as usual, when she got tensed up about something: I looked over to my right, and there, about 100 yards away, a black form was moving through the tall grass. It was slinking along at slow speed. I never got a good […]