Published September 3, 2012
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Tags: blogs, Cassiopeia, concept, constellation, leds, stars, Technabob, technology, timepiece, tokyoflash, watch
Constellations are pretty awesome to look at, that is if you’re not living in a big city. Once you get out of urban areas, you can see plenty of them in the clear night sky. This new concept watch attempts to put a constellation on your wrist, so you can see one even if you live downtown. TokyoFlash design contributor Sam F.’s watch is based upon the Cassiopeia constellation.
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Published February 3, 2012
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Tags: astrobiology, astronomy, blogs, chemistry, exoplanet, extrasolar, habitable, kepler, science, SciTechDaily, Space, stars, technology, zones
Trace elements in extrasolar systems might influence the evolution of habitable zones around their stars, where carbon-based life as we know it might dwell. Most stars are made up of hydrogen and helium gas, but there still remain traces of heavier elements, like metals, that are inherited from the remnants of older stars or forged by stellar fusion.
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Published March 14, 2008
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Tags: asides, galaxies, Google, maps, photos, science, sky, stars