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18th century furniture & paintings among the offerings at Auction Gallery of the Palm Beaches

yesterdayArts : Artdaily

A long-held collection of Galle and other French cameo glass from a Key Biscayne, Florida family will join a premier lineup of antiques from the Jupiter, Florida estate of A. B. Schram on April 27 and 28 at Auction Gallery of the Palm Beaches. Show More Summary

Hot Jupiter: Scientists catch light bouncing off an exoplanet

An international team of astronomers says they’ve managed to take the first direct visible-light spectrum from an exoplanet, giving them a new tool to probe the nature of the "hot Jupiter" known as 51 Pegasi b.

The first exoplanet ever discovered is now the first exoplanet ever observed in visible light. 51 Pe

3 days agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

The first exoplanet ever discovered is now the first exoplanet ever observed in visible light. 51 Pegasi B, a super Jupiter located about 50 light-years from Earth, was detected by comparing the light bouncing off its highly reflective surface to the spectral signature of its host star. It’s hoped the new technique will lead to similar discoveries. Read more...

Astronomers observe first exoplanet orbiting a Sun-like star in the visible light spectrum

3 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

A team of ESO astronomers working from the La Silla Observatory, Chile, has detected the first direct reflection of light from an exoplanet orbiting a Sun-like star. The exoplanet, 51 Pegasi b, is what is known as a hot Jupiter, a prevalent form of gas giant that sits much closer to its parent star than our own Jovian neighbor... Show More Summary

Astronomy: Now's a great time to view Venus and Jupiter in the night skies.

4 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

“Right now, two planets dominate the sky after sunset: Venus in the west, and Jupiter high to the south.” Read the rest

The Sky This Week - Thursday April 23 to Thursday April 30

This is Global Astronomy Month. The First Quarter Moon is Sunday April 26. Venus is prominent in the twilight evening sky. Mars is lost in the twilight. Jupiter is the brightest object in the evening sky once Venus has set. The Moon visits Jupiter on the 26th. Show More Summary

The King and Queen of Planets

Right now, two planets dominate the sky after sunset: Venus in the west, and Jupiter high to the south. Both are amazingly bright, clearly ruling their areas of the sky. Both planets are also in parts of their orbits where they’re relatively...Show More Summary

Ana Trujillo, Stefan Andersson: ‘Snapped’ Will Feature Case Of Stiletto Heel Killer Ana Lilia Trujillo Fox On Oxygen Tonight

Ana Trujillo, aka Ana Lilia Fox Trujillo, the woman who stabbed and killed her boyfriend with a stiletto shoe, will be shown in a new episode of the docudrama Snapped. The crime show, which airs on Oxygen and is produced by Jupiter Entertainment,...Show More Summary

Project Title For Peer Review: Canine-Human Hybrids Specialized for Military Tracking - A Grant Review Summary Statement for Jupiter Ascending.

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

n the real world, peer review determines whether scientists receive funding or publish their work in scientific journals. Without positive evaluations from the members of a grant review board, a scientist won’t be able to science for very long, because she’ll be out of money when her grant proposal isn’t funded. Show More Summary

The Reality of the American Dream in 'Jupiter's Circle' [Review]

Perhaps because he wanted to reveal more of the back story, perhaps because of Frank Quitely's legendary turnaround times, Mark Millar has teamed with artist Wilfredo Torres for Jupiter's Circle, a ten-issue companion series to Jupiter's Legacy. Show More Summary

Ceres Spins Under Dawn

The Dawn spacecraft recently slid ever so gently into the embraced of Ceres, the largest asteroid in the main belt between Mars and Jupiter. It actually flew past Ceres, slowing itself with its ion engine in a long, looping trajectory...Show More Summary

Guru Peyarchi 2015 date and time – Guru Peyarachi or Transition of Jupiter in Tamil Astrology in 2015

Guru Peyarchi is associated with horoscope and astrology especially in Tamil Nadu and is... [Visit original source to read the entire content and more such articles.]

JUPITER to Earth: It's the Calcium Score Stupid!

Well, well, well! A funny thing happened on the way to the "statin forum." Astra-Zeneca, in a bald-faced attempt to broaden the narket for its statin product Crestor, ended up proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that heart scans and calcium...Show More Summary


AICN COMICS PODCAST reviews DC’s CONVERGENCE! DARTH VADER! REBELS! JUPITER’S CIRCLE! & More! Read the full article on AICN Ambush Bug here. The below hour-plus long conversation took place between myself and Johnny Destructo of Show More Summary

This year's fight for the tech industry: Patent trolls

Haro and Hulls traced the company, Advanced Ground Information Systems, to a coastal home in Jupiter, Florida, with a phone number that initially went to an anonymous voicemail. [...] a jury sided with Life360 on all counts — but not...Show More Summary

Episode 199: The Voyager Program

Launched in 1977, the twin Voyager spacecraft were sent to explore the outer planets: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Because of a unique alignment of the planets, Voyager 2 was the first spacecraft to ever make a close approach to Uranus and Neptune. Let’s take a look back at this amazing program, and see where the spacecraft are today.

Episode 57: Jupiter's Moons

Last week we talked about Jupiter and we could sense right away it would be too much to handle. This week, we'll talk about Jupiter's moons - how many are there? What makes them so interesting? Is it true that the most likely place in the solar system to find life (other than Earth) is actually on one of Jupiter's moons? Hang on tight. We're going to cover a lot.

Episode 56: Jupiter

Last week we talked about rubble, this week we're going to dig into the largest planet in the Solar System: Jupiter, but will it all just be hot gas? There's so much to talk about, we've decided to break this up into two shows. This week we're going to just talk about Jupiter, and then next week, we're going to cover its moons.

Episode 3: Hot Jupiters and Pulsar Planets

You have lived on the Earth all your life, so you'd think you know plenty about planets. As usual though, the Universe is stranger than we assume, and the planets orbiting other stars defy our expectations. Gigantic super-Jupiters whirling...Show More Summary

Best Shots Rapid-Fire Reviews: Six CONVERGENCE Titles, DARTH VADER #4, JUPITER'S CIRCLE #1, More

Quick shots at some of this week's top books, including six new CONVERGENCE titles from DC.

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