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Engineers receive annual achievement awards
As the vice president of sales and engineering of Siemens Telecommunications in Taiwan, Chiang participated in the digitalization of the company's analog telecommunications network. He was ... In 2005, Janis was engineer of record and LEED accredited ...
Desktop Project Part 15: The expanding Fireworks Nebula
[In an effort to clean off the gazillion astronomical pictures I've been collecting on my computer's desktop, I'm posting one per day until they're gone, and my PC heaves a sigh of relief.
GORGEOUS solar eruption!
Right now as I write this, the Sun is settling down after a minor flare tripped a flippin' huge and spectacular prominence: a looping tower of plasma hundreds of thousands of kilometers high!
Desktop Project Part 11: Upside down volcano plume
[Over the past few weeks, I've collected a metric ton of cool pictures to post, but somehow have never gotten around to actually posting them.
Bad Astronomy
Brad Goldpaint thinks he's the luckiest guy on Earth. He says that because he's a photographer, and he was thrilled that after waiting a long time to get a good shot at Crater Lake, Oregon, the weather cleared up just in time for annual Lyrid meteor ...
Desktop Project Part 22: A black hole belches out a hurricane
[We're in the home stretch of my Desktop Project: going through all the pictures on my computer's desktop and posting one a day until they're gone.
A red nursery with a long smoke stack
Something like 6000 light years away, roughly toward the downtown area of our galaxy, lies NGC 6604, a tight cluster of young, massive, hot, bright stars.
Desktop Project Part 13: Backyard Orion
[This is another in a series of posts I'm doing to help me clear off the zillions of cool astronomy pictures I have sitting on my computer desktop.
Desktop Project Part 8: From filament to prominence
[Over the past few weeks, I've collected a metric ton of cool pictures to post, but somehow have never gotten around to actually posting them.
A stunning star factory for Hubble's 22nd!
April 24th marks the 22nd anniversary of Hubble's launch into space. To celebrate it, NASA and ESA released this devastating panoramic view (also available here) of the mighty star-forming region 30 Doradus: Yegads.