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5 hours ago - Cosmic rays come from a galaxy far, far away. Some particles hit the Earth’s atmosphere with the energy of a well-struck tennis ball. It’s extremely rare for cosmic rays with energy greater than two joules to reach Earth; the rate of their arrival at the top of the atmosphere is only about one per square kilometer per year, the equivalent to one cosmic ray hitting an area the size of a soccer field about once per century. #michigantech researcher David Nitz provides the code to circuit board hardware to detect cosmic rays. #pierreaugerobservatory #space #argentina #inagalaxyfarfaraway #mtuphysics #cosmicrays #science @aaasorg
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11 hours ago - Cosmic rays detected @augerobs in Argentina come from far off galaxies. @sciencemagazine https://t.co/reWlALahY6 https://t.co/WemFvkxLlw
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15 hours ago - Do robots want your job? "Rise of the Robots" author Martin Ford has some answers.
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Yesterday - Deploy under-ice robots. Study lake ecology and fish biology. Capture sonar images with autonomous subsurface vehicles. Investigate aerosol chemistry and how warm winters impact coastal food. Welcome to #InnovationShore. 🌊❄️💧 . . . . #michigantech #mturesearch #fieldwork #crazysmart #createthefuture #drones #fourseasonresearch