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Magnetic Bubble Like Nothing Seen Before.
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Magnetic Bubble Like Nothing Seen Before
NEAR Close-up of "Saddle Region"
Universities Compete to Build Largest Telescope
MAGNETIC BUBBLE LIKE NOTHING SEEN BEFORE
A 3000 light-year gigantic magnetic bubble has been discovered in
nearby Galaxy M82. scientists say that it is like nothing that has ever
been seen before. Galaxy M82 makes up to 50 times more stars than
other galaxies, but the reason for this is also unknown.
NEAR CLOSE-UP OF "SADDLE REGION"
Once again NEAR Shoemaker directs its attention at the "saddle region"
of asteroid Eros. Generically speaking, a saddle is a low ridge connecting
two mountains: the term does not infer any common origin, even
between different terrestrial saddles.
UNIVERSITIES COMPETE TO BUILD LARGEST TELESCOPE
Major universities around the world such as Harvard are competing for
bragging rights over the biggest telescope. Schools wantto build the
best Telescopes so they can lure and retain top scientists and to give
potential donors evidence that their programs are on the cutting edge.
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