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Welcome to the March night sky. This is the month of the Spring Equinox when the Sun passes the celestial equator heading north. This marks the end of winter in the northern hemisphere and the...

Scientists working out of Aveiro University have come up with an innovative way forward with eggshells.

They have discovered a way to turn crushed eggshells into ceramic products, like...

Welcome to the February night sky. Generally this is a poor month for observing planets, as only giant Jupiter is easily seen in the early evening, shining brightly high up in the south at...

Welcome to the January night sky. This month belongs to the giant planet Jupiter as it is closest to Earth on the night of January 5.

Jupiter is still in the constellation of Gemini and...

The December 2013 night sky

Welcome to the December night sky. This is the month of the winter Solstice when on the 21st the sun reaches its lowest point in the heavens before slowly climbing back up again in its seasonal...

Portuguese virtual reality content shown at US dome

Portuguese virtual reality company Insizium from Santa Maria da Feira was showcased on Wednesday at the inauguration of the virtual reality projection dome EonVision Idome in Irvine, California....

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A woman and her child wait in the shade of a derelict building to see a doctor at a free medical clinic in the southern port city of Kismayo, Somalia. Open seven days a week and seeing an average...

computer virus alert

!! HELPIT !! – SoBig.F

It would appear that a variant of the SoBig computer virus which first hit our screens in August 2003 is back to haunt us once again.

Online reports put this...

The November 2013 Night Sky

Welcome to the November night sky. We only have two bright planets easily visible in the evening night sky.

The first is Venus still low on the western horizon as darkness falls. This...

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