Georgia Tech scientist gets lighter sentence in fraud case because of her work on coronavirus 0 (0)

<!– –> Applied mathematician Eva Lee had her day in court. VILLAR LOPEZ/EFE/NEWSCOM By Jeffrey MervisAug. 12, 2020 , 3:50 PM A federal judge today gave a lighter sentence than the government requested to Eva Lee, a suspended professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) who has pleaded guilty to making false statements […]

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Sacred site reveals how Indigenous people resisted colonial forces for 130 years 0 (0)

<!– –> Archaeologists excavate Dyar mound, an earthen pyramid used for Indigenous rituals. University of Georgia By Bridget AlexJul. 22, 2020 , 4:20 PM About 130 kilometers from modern-day Atlanta, a three-story-tall earthen pyramid once rose among the rolling hills of the Oconee Valley. Atop the mound were red cedar pergolas and two large platforms—one […]

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Comet NEOWISE Dazzles at Dusk 0 (0)

French amateur Thierry Legault took this exquisite photo of Comet NEOWISE (C/2020 F3) over the famous island abbey Mont-Saint-Michel in Normandy at dusk on July 12th. Details: Sony a7r iii, 135-mm f/1.8 lens, sixteen 1.6-second exposures stacked. Thierry Legault “Spectacular.” “Amazing.” “Beautiful.” “Awesome.” Those are just a few of the words first-time observers have used to […]

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Comet NEOWISE Delights at Dawn 0 (0)

Debra Ceravolo captured this stunning portrait of Comet NEOWISE (C/2020 F3) at 4 a.m. on July 8, 2020. She used a 300mm astrograph with a 2700mm focal length to make 160, 1-second stacked exposures. The camera was a SBIG STFSC8050 one shot color CCD cooled to –20° C. The resulting image is very similar to […]

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