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The complete ‘Women Who Changed Science - And The World" collection in honor of the 95th Women’s Equality Day.

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Hypnotizing Monochromatic Animated GIFs, Carl Burton

NYC-based artist Carl Burton atmospheric animated GIFs exist in a category of their own. Working primarily with Cinema 4D, Photoshop, and After Effects, Burton spends days at a time perfecting these enigmatic animations that blur the lines between surreal and science fiction. 

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NASA plans to fill the sky with colorful, artificial clouds

  • Later in June, people in the U.S. mid-Atlantic region will likely be treated to a unique early-morning sight: colorful artificial clouds, thanks to NASA.
  • The blue-green and red clouds will be produced by the launch of a Terrier Improved Malemute sounding rocket carrying 10 canisters, which will be deployed approximately five minutes after the launch.
  • These canisters will release the colorful vapor trail, which allow NASA’s scientists to track how particles move in space and learn more about upper atmospheric winds.
  • Though vapor tracers have been used by scientists in the past, the multi-canister ampoule ejection system onboard this mission will allow scientists to cover a much larger area than previous tests, the NASA website notes. Read more (6/5/17)

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Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement is more than another bullet point in his anti-environment, anti-regulation policy agenda, it’s also a huge potential blow to thousands of American citizens, especially people of color, who often unfairly bear the brunt of climate change’s effects. Read more (5/31/17)

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