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Turn Off The Blue Light: Sex workers need human rights, not legal wrongs
Observers around the world (at least those who who were blessed with clear skies) were able to look up yesterday and view our neighboring planet Venus as it passed directly between us and the Sun. This rare event will not reoccur for another 105 years. Scientists used the six-hour transit as an opportunity to perform experiments, helping refine techniques to observe and measure distant exoplanets. Gathered here are images of yesterday’s event, seen from from orbit and from here on Earth.
See more. [Images: NASA/SDO, Reuters]
Computer simulation of Black Holes at RIT. I one day hope to work on a project like this.
Read more about it at http://www.rit.edu/research/other_story.php?id=1
The U.S. investment in commercial space taxis will soon double.
NASA issued a solicitation on Tuesday for the next phase of its so-called Commercial Crew Program, aimed at finding an alternative — or several alternatives — to flying astronauts to the space station aboard Russian Soyuz capsule.