Every autumn we smile at the thought of an extra hour of sleep as the clocks ‘fall back’, and every spring we sigh when we lose an hour as the clocks ‘spring forward’. It is that depressing time of year again as the clocks will, once again, be going forward in the early hours of [...]
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This series of meetings is aimed at encouraging the interaction and collaboration between researchers working in Cosmology and related areas (Gravitation, Particle Physics and Astronomy) in Portugal and Spain. The meetings are informal and there is no registration fee. These meetings are designed to encourage the presentation of work in progress. In this same spirit the … Continue reading Iberian Cosmology Meeting 2015 →
Black holes and relativistic stars are among the most fascinating objects in the Universe and they attract the interest of both physicists and astrophysicists. The workshop will bring together theorists, observers, and experimentalists. The program will include invited talks, contributed talks, and time for free discussions.Archiviato in:Astroagenda, Astrofisica, Astronomia, Cosmologia, Spazio Tagged: astronomy meetings, black … Continue reading Black Holes and Friends →
by Jack McDevitt Synopsis: Thousands of years ago, artifacts of the early space age were lost to rising oceans and widespread turmoil. Garnett Baylee devoted his life to finding them, only to give up hope. […]
In this video, I cover the ventricles. I discuss the function of the ventricles, which involves production and distribution of cerebrospinal fluid; I also briefly explain the functions of cerebrospinal fluid. I describe the structure of the ventricles, including descriptions of the lateral, third, and fourth ventricles, as well as the means by which the ventricles are connected to one another: the interventricular foramen and cerebral aqueduct. Finally, I mention hydrocephalus, a condition that