Could comet clusters, or something other-worldly, explain this cosmic flicker?
January 10, 2017
With more than 100 billion stars in the Milky Way galaxy, there are plenty of celestial objects for scientists to survey. Every once in a while, astronomers see something puzzling, prompting explanations that may seem even more out there: planetary collisions, comet clusters or even aliens.
Raleigh’s new Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral will not only feature a sound system designed for the best quality, it will also feature amazing stained glass windows.
Fifty of those windows are newly created for the church. But 42 of the stained glass windows are finding a new life in the Diocese of Raleigh’s new cathedral.
In December 2012, the Diocese of Raleigh acquired stained glass windows from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. The windows are being removed from Ascension of Our Lord Catholic Church in the Archdiocese that was closed several years ago.
Electromagnetic energy travels through space in the form of electrical and magnetic waves.
Bone-jarring tackles almost always make the highlight reel in a National Football League game. And those tackles happen more than 100 times per game.
They may not always look pretty; a big linebacker engulfing a smaller running back. But the play is actually employing some pretty elegant physics, including p=m*v.
How infections travel around hospitals
December 6, 2016
For all the medicine, medical equipment and doctors around, hospitals are actually good places to get sick. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 722,000 people picked up an infection at hospitals in 2011.