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Jan 30, 2015

surface. Now imagine the same exercise … in zero gravity.  Would the waves and ripples look the same?  Would the liquid slosh more, or less?  Faster, or...

Earth
Jul 8, 2020

NASA's new citizen science project, NeMO-Net is making waves! NeMO-Net is a game where players help NASA classify coral reefs by painting 3D and 2D images of coral. Players...

Universe
Feb 19, 2014

radioactive material in the supernova remnant Cassiopeia A (Cas A).  The map reveals how shock waves likely rip massive dying stars apart--by sloshing.

Jan 29, 2010

  | SSL Home | Marshall Home | NASA Home |       A Pinhole Camera for X-ray Astronomy In any movie involving radiation, someone picks up a Geiger...

Universe
Dec 31, 2015

scales. In this bizarre realm, matter can be in two places at once; electrons can behave as both particles and waves; and Schrödinger’s cat can be alive and dead at the same...

Jan 29, 2010

So just what does this picture show us? An interferogram is a pattern of light and dark produced when light waves interfere with each other. Waves in phase (peaks coincide)...

Sun
Aug 10, 2016

This unique NASA resource on the web, in print, and with companion videos introduces electromagnetic waves, their behaviors, and how scientists visualize these data. Each...

Earth
Jan 18, 2001

        Our planet is a natural source of radio waves at audio frequencies. An online receiver at the Marshall Space Flight Center is playing these...

Universe
Sep 18, 2018

., shock waves from stellar winds and jets, supernova explosions, etc.) are best observed in the 4.744 terahertz (THz) spectral region for the oxygen line. Observations of...

Sun
Mar 8, 2000

the Sun. Right: An active region on the side of the Sun facing away from the Earth (the far side) causes sound waves, represented by blue arcs, that travel through the...

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