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Discover the 'X-Factor' of NASA's Webb Telescope

Discover the 'X-Factor' of NASA's Webb Telescope
NASA's James Webb Space Telescope and Chandra X-ray observatory have something in common: a huge test chamber used to simulate the hazards of space and the distant glow of starlight. Viewers can learn...

Contact: Rob Gutro
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Finger Patterning Controlled by Turing Network (6 of 6)

Finger Patterning Controlled by Turing Network (6 of 6)
A simulation of the developing limb (white: Sox9 concentration marking the developing digits). The digit pattern is formed by a Turing mechanism that is modulated by two signals Hoxd13 (red) ...

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Finger Patterning Controlled by Turing Network (4 of 6)

Finger Patterning Controlled by Turing Network (4 of 6)
Video of an in-vitro culture of cell taken from the developing limb bud of a Sox9-EGFP mouse. A periodic pattern of Sox9-EGFP protein concentration (bright cells) self-organizes in the culture similar...

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Finger Patterning Controlled by Turing Network (5 of 6)

Finger Patterning Controlled by Turing Network (5 of 6)
Simulation of a Turing mechanism. A periodic pattern of the concentration of one of the molecules that form the Turing mechanism is shown (white: high concentrations). This video relates to a paper ...

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A New Tool for Analyzing Cultural Mobility (5 of 5)

A New Tool for Analyzing Cultural Mobility (5 of 5)
The visualization of birth-death network dynamics offers a meta-narrative of cultural history: North America 0-2012 CE. This video relates to a paper that appeared in the Aug. 1, 2014, issue of ...

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A New Tool for Analyzing Cultural Mobility (4 of 5)

A New Tool for Analyzing Cultural Mobility (4 of 5)
The visualization of birth-death network dynamics offers a meta-narrative of cultural history: Europe 0-2012 CE. This video relates to a paper that appeared in the Aug. 1, 2014, issue of Science...

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A Recipe for Birds: 50 Million Years of Dinosaur Shrinking (6 of 6)

A Recipe for Birds: 50 Million Years of Dinosaur Shrinking (6 of 6)
This video illustrates how birds arose from a very special lineage of evolving dinosaurs. This video relates to a paper that appeared in the Aug. 1, 2014, issue of Science, published by AAAS. ...

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TRMM Flyby of Halong

TRMM Flyby of Halong
NASA's TRMM satellite passed over Typhoon Halong on August 5 and revealed that rain was falling at a rate of over 87 mm (about 3.4 inches) per hour south of the Halong's eye.

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TRMM Captures Iselle As It Heads Towards Hawaii

TRMM Captures Iselle As It Heads Towards Hawaii
NASA's TRMM Satellite found storms in Iselle's eye wall reaching from 13km (8 miles) high and very heavy rain falling at a rate of almost 182 mm (about 7.2 inches) per hour in Iselle's eye wall.

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NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

WIFIRE Helps Firefighters Get a Jump on Wildfires

WIFIRE Helps Firefighters Get a Jump on Wildfires
In recent years, the number and scale of wildfires in the US has risen, threatening cities and forests, and forcing large-scale evacuations. The National Science Foundation is supporting the WIFIRE ...

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