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A family affair: Spot (left) with the firm's other robot dogs...

Dog robots are at their best!Boston developers achieved the best movement and balance ever seen on dog robots.This project was funded by the Defense Advanced.

Lia Chavez's installation at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, “The Octave of Visible Light: A Meditation Nightclub,” collects participants' neurobiological feedback and translates it into sounds, laser-projected colors and radiant strobes.

An Artist's 'Meditation Nightclub' on the Las Vegas Strip

Lia Chavez's installation at the Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, “The Octave of Visible Light: A Meditation Nightclub,” collects participants' neurobiological feedback and translates it into sounds, laser-projected colors and radiant strobes.

MS Open Source Telescope Software –  Microsoft Research has revealed that it is open-sourcing Worldwide Telescope (WWT), an online computer program it launched back in 2008 that displays the heavens using images from the Hubble Space Telescope as well as from Earth-based lenses. http://venturebeat.com/2015/01/08/microsoft-is-open-sourcing-its-worldwide-telescope-astronomy-software/

MS Open Source Telescope Software – Microsoft Research has revealed that it is open-sourcing Worldwide Telescope (WWT), an online computer program it launched back in 2008 that displays the heavens using images from the Hubble Space Telescope as well as from Earth-based lenses. http://venturebeat.com/2015/01/08/microsoft-is-open-sourcing-its-worldwide-telescope-astronomy-software/

Wormhole travel across the universe and supergiant black holes are just some of the wonders seen in the film 'Interstellar.'

Interstellar ... I Love Sci Fi

Wormhole travel across the universe and supergiant black holes are just some of the wonders seen in the film 'Interstellar.'

When you look up at the night sky, none of the stars you see are M dwarfs. These diminutive stars, much smaller and dimmer than our own sun aren’t bright enough to see with the naked eye. Yet M dwarfs (also known as red dwarfs) are by far the most common stars around, comprising some 70 percent of all the stars in the Milky Way. Historically, scientists interested in the search for extrasolar life have shied away from studying M dwarfs. Because they put out much relatively paltry amounts of…

The outer edge of a star's habitable zone a hard place for life Artist’s impression of the habitable zone on a hot, A-type star (top); a sun-like G-type star (middle); and a cooler M-type star (bottom).

This imagery of the sun captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory from May 17-19, 2016, shows a giant dark area on the star's upper half, known as a coronal hole.

Space Photos of the Week: Hangry Stars Munch Down a Cloud

This imagery of the sun captured by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory from May shows a giant dark area on the star's upper half, known as a coronal hole.

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