Daily Archives: May 28, 2010

Bursting ‘Bubbles’ the Origin of Galactic Gas Clouds

Like bubbles bursting on the surface of a glass of champagne, ‘bubbles’ in our Galaxy burst and leave flecks of material in the form of clouds of hydrogen gas, researchers using CSIRO’s Parkes telescope have found.Their study explains the origin … Continue reading

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First Human Infected With a Computer Virus

A British researcher has successfully infected himself with a computer virus. Mark Gasson, senior research fellow at the University of Reading, was able to infect a tiny, radio frequency identification (RFID) chip with a virus before he placed it under … Continue reading

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New Star-Forming Regions in Milky Way

Astronomers studying the Milky Way have discovered a large number of previously-unknown regions where massive stars are being formed. Their discovery provides important new information about the structure of our home Galaxy and promises to yield new clues about the … Continue reading

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