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What's Up for April 2013?

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April 1, 2013
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Saturn's rings open wide. And meteors are marred by moonlight.


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Electric Race Cars Ready to Storm 2013 Pikes Peak Hill Climb

Electric Race Cars Ready to Storm 2013 Pikes Peak Hill Climb

TFL Car (June 29, 2013) Super powerful and crazy fast electric race cars are a completely new breed of vehicles that promise to make for exciting racing this year at the 2013 Pikes Peak Hill Climb. We caught up with Toyota Electric Car TRD team (last year's record setting team ) and Mitsubishi as they practices running the 2013 Pikes Peak Hill Climb in the early hours of the day before the big race this weekend.
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This Year @ NASA, December 20, 2013

This Year @ NASA, December 20, 2013

NASA (Dec. 20, 2013) In 2013, NASA helped transform access to low Earth orbit even as one of our venerable spacecraft reached the boundaries of the solar system and we moved ahead on technologies that will help us carry out an ambitious asteroid mission we announced and, eventually, move on to Mars. Heres a quick trip back through 2013 for those and some of the other big things that happened This Year at NASA. Commercial Success
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More Shoppers Buy Google Chromebooks Than Apple Mac Books This Year

More Shoppers Buy Google Chromebooks Than Apple Mac Books This Year

TheStreet (Dec. 30, 2013) Sales of Google's Chromebook surged this year -- outselling Apple's MacBook, according to a study by research group NPD. From January through November 2013, 1.76 million Chromebooks were sold -- that's up from a total of 400,000 sold last year. Altogether, Chromebooks made up 21% of notebook sales in 2013. Meanwhile, NPD's report showed that Apple's desktop and laptop sales dropped 7%. Amazon's list of hottest products during the holidays backs up the findings, as Chromebooks were its top two laptop sellers.
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Photographer Bryant Austin Swims Eye to Eye With a Whale

Photographer Bryant Austin Swims Eye to Eye With a Whale

FORA.tv (June 11, 2013) Conservation photographer Bryant Austin is the only photographer in the world producing high-resolution, life-size photography of whales. A chance encounter with a humpback calf and its mother helped Austin develop a technique to create detailed, intimate portraits of his subjects. Spending days at a time submerged with groups of whales, he remains motionless, allowing humpback, sperm, and minke whales that are sometimes forty-five feet in length and weigh as much as fifty tons to come within six feet. In this presentation, Austin will describe his fearless process and reveal images from his breathtaking new book, Beautiful Whale, which will be published in April 2013 by Abrams. Hear the story behind these impactful images that inspire people to take the future of whales-endangered throughout the oceans-into their hearts.
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