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The AstrOlympics Project: PRESSURE
The AstrOlympics Project: PRESSURE
In science, pressure is defined as the amount of force over a given area. This means you can have the same amount of force over two different areas and end up with different results. (2016-08-26)
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The AstrOlympics Project:PRESSURE (08-26-2016)
In science, pressure is defined as the amount of force over a given area. This means you can have the same amount of force over two different areas and end up with different results.

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--  AstrOlympics Project

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The AstrOlympics Project: MASS (08-24-2016)
The range of mass in our everyday lives and what we can appreciate in sporting events like the Olympics is just the tip of the proverbial iceberg - especially once we allow our minds to consider the wonders of space

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--  AstrOlympics Project

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The AstrOlympics: Time (08-22-2016)
Time and our ability to measure it accurately is also key for many frontiers of science, including astrophysics.

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--  AstrOlympics Project

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A Tour of G11.2-0.3 (08-18-2016)
While they may sound like very different and distinct fields, astronomy and history can intersect in very interesting and important ways.

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A Tour of IC 2497 (08-12-2016)
A galaxy and a cloud of cool gas located about 680 million light years from Earth.

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A Tour of GJ 3253 (08-05-2016)
A low-mass red dwarf star about 31 light years away from Earth.

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--  What Might Happen If Our Sun Had A Twin

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A Tour of GRB 140903A (07-19-2016)
Gamma-ray bursts are some of the most powerful explosions in the Universe.

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The AstrOlympics Project: DISTANCE (07-01-2016)
Despite how large some Olympic distances may seem, they are just a tiny fraction of the lengths we see across space.

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--  AstrOlympics Project

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A Tour of VLA J2130+12 (06-27-2016)
Astronomers have found many black holes both here in our Milky Way galaxy and beyond.

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The AstrOlympics Project: SPEED (06-23-2016)
By converting speeds from common experiences into meters per second, we can use this as a reference point for exploring the enormous range of speeds around the world and across the Universe.

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