Would you like to add science fiction themes to your vacations? Here are some ideas.
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Are you a friggatriskaidekaphobe (in other words, a person with an overwhelming fear of Friday the 13th)? Well, then, what’re you reading this for? Go back to bed! 🙂 For those of us who thinks it’s all in fun, here are some interesting facts: The word “friggatriskaidekaphobe” has its origins in Nordic mythology and ancient […]
This Saturday, Nov. 19, Andrew Lowe will present a free web-based seminar titled “Using the Internet to discover Asteroids.” The seminar, which is a public service of RAS (Remote Astronomical Society) Observatory, will start at noon MST. To participate and learn more, you will need to join a Yahoo! group specifically setup for this meeting, […]