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21 May 19
Archy Worldys

Artistic representation of a massive collision of two large objects. Image: NASA / JPL-Caltech Our moon has a front and back with dramatically different geological features. This anomaly has puzzled scientists for years, but recent computer simulations suggest that the asymmetric disposition of the moon is due to an age-old collision with another object – […]

21 May 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

Film director Amma Asante came across an old photograph taken in Nazi Germany of a black schoolgirl by chance. Standing among her white classmates, who stare straight into the camera, she enigmatically glances to the side. Curiosity about the photograph – who the girl was and what she was doing in Germany – set the […]

21 May 19
Arcynewsy

Representation of the artist of a massive collision involving two large objects. Image: NASA / JPL-Caltech Our Moon has a near and far side with radically different geological features. This anomaly has puzzled scientists for years, but new computer simulations suggest that the asymmetric arrangement of the Moon can be traced back to an ancient […]

21 May 19
News Archives Uk

Heidi Schreck at the 2019 Obie Awards. NEW YORK CITY: The 64th edition of the Obie Awards was held Monday night at Terminal 5, a three-storey concert hall at Hell's Kitchen. This annual celebration, presented jointly by the American Theater Wing and the the Village Voice, highlights the theatrical community Off and Broadway – apart […]

21 May 19
VOICE OF THE HWY

Why the moon has TWO faces: Scientists now think a dwarf planet or ancient SECOND moon smashed into the far side of the lunar surface and caused huge craters The heavily-cratered far side of the moon has puzzled scientists for decades The far side’s crust is also thicker but the near side crust is thinner […]

21 May 19
InnovatorX

The stark difference between the Moon’s heavily-cratered farside and the lower-lying open basins of the Earth-facing nearside has puzzled scientists for decades. Now, new evidence about the Moon’s crust suggests the differences were caused by a wayward dwarf planet colliding with the Moon in the early history of the solar system. A report on the…

21 May 19
Archy Worldys

You can not recognize it, because we always see the same side of the earth, but the moon is pretty weird. The page we see is very different from the other side, which is always turned away from us, and the contrast between these two sides was an amazing curiosity. Now we have a new […]

21 May 19
News Archives Uk

You can not recognize it, because we always see the same side of the earth, but the moon is pretty weird. The page we see is very different from the other side, which is always turned away from us, and the contrast between these two sides was an amazing curiosity. Now we have a new […]

21 May 19
InnovatorX

The topographic (A), crustal thickness (B), and thorium distribution of the Moon show a dramatic difference between the nearside and farside. The star on the nearside represents the center of the proposed impact basin. The black dashed lines represent the boundary of Imbrium (Im), Orientale (Or), and Apollo (Ap) basin, respectively. Credit: JGR: Planets/Zhu et…

21 May 19
Diabetogenic

Some people seem to think that if you are interested in DIY Diabetes you must be looping. This is not the truth. At all. In fact, a lot of people who are really interested in the whole movement have made a very conscious and well-informed decision to not DIY themselves. There are a multitude of […]

21 May 19
Short Track Musings

After going a couple years without a win, Ryan Fraser did not look back once he put the No. 94 in the lead as he led flag-to-flag en route to the victory in the T.Q. Can-Am Midget feature on Saturday night at Sunset Speedway’s Spring Velocity.

20 May 19
The Cosmic Companion

Astronomers are largely convinced the Moon was formed during a collision between our planet and one the size of Mars, billions of years ago. Now, new research from an international group of astronomers suggest a second, later, collision between the Moon and a dwarf planet may explain questions about the geology of the Moon. Such an event, billions of years ago, may be the easiest way to explain differences between the Earth and Moon, as well as between the near and far side of our lunar companion.