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Know Your Neurons: The Discovery and Naming of the Neuron
Different Types of Neurons (click to enlarge). A. Purkinje cell B. Granule cell C. Motor neuron D. Tripolar neuron E. Pyramidal Cell F. Chandelier cell G. Spindle neuron H. Stellate cell (Credit: Ferris Jabr; based on reconstructions and drawings by ...
Cold fire threads Orion's Belt
Orion is the gift that keeps on giving. When you look toward that constellation in the sky, you're facing a region of massive ongoing star formation.
Supermoon Supercomic
And man. Those two women must really be tired of me. First the Moon Illusion in the park, and now this. Related Posts: - The Supermoon stuff?
How Big Data Changed Crime Fighting & Is Changing The Practice Of SEO
In the mid 1990's, New York city Mayor Rudolph Giuliani introduced a technology-based crime measurement system called CompStat.
Solar Cinco de Mayo
Alan Friedman is a photographer who takes amazing pictures of the Sun. While others were out celebrating Cinco de Mayo this past weekend, he was outside taking another jaw-dropping image of the nearest star in the Universe: Yegads!
In Memoriam: Paul Fussell (1924–2012)
I'd like to add to the recent wave of eulogies in honor of Paul Fussell, poetry and culture critic, veteran of the Second World War and author of a classic study on the First, who died this past week at age 88.
Rainbow Pinwheel galaxy
I have no shame in admitting I love face-on spiral galaxies. Scientifically, of course, they're fascinating; spread out in front of us are all the inner workings of a galaxy.
The art of exploring Mars
Cool, huh? It's based on pictures he took in Death Valley, which has a lot of similarities to the Red Planet. I love Dan's stuff (more of his work is featured in the links listed in Related Posts, below).
Ice moon, ghost moon
One of my favorite things to do is take a gorgeous astronomical image and pierce down into it, finding some detail not discussed in press releases and other articles.
Eclipse followup part 2: tons o' links on how to safely watch
Today's the eclipse! I'm excited, though our weather here in Boulder has been fairly touch-and-go the past few weeks. I'm hoping for clear skies so I can see it; I got my eclipse glasses in the mail yesterday, so I'm all set.