Articles by Gabrielle Jonas

The Galaxy Furthest Away From Our Own That We've Ever Seen
Galaxy 13.1 billion Years Away Shines Brighter than Even Our Own Milky Way
Nov 02, 2013 16:48 PM E
Light traveled more than 13 billion years to tell us the tale of an early galaxy. But we're on the threshold of seeing ones even ten times further away than that one. And we'll use other galaxies as natural zoom lenses to see them.
Soon, airline passengers can use their PED's inflight.
Airline Passengers Will Be Able to Use PED's, Except Phone, In All Phases of Flight
Oct 31, 2013 13:43 PM E
Travelers will be able to use their e-books and MP3 Players on Airlines by January 1.
David Ortiz batting in the 2013 World Series
As The World Series Heats Up Wednesday Night, Temperature — Air Temperature That Is — Will Play A Factor
Oct 30, 2013 18:06 PM E
Boston temperatures will influence the World Series, by limiting how far baseball players can hit the ball in the air.
Benjamin Franklin
Daylight Savings Time Fall 2013: U.S. Returns To Standard Time This Sunday
Oct 29, 2013 17:27 PM E
Setting back the clock is really setting it back to its default position -- standard time, after having relinquished an hour in March for Daylight Savings Time.
Dark Universe 2013: New Space Film Gives Invisible, Dark Matter A Leading Role
Oct 28, 2013 15:55 PM E
Mysterious scaffolding of the universe makes a dramatic appearance in new film for planetarium-goers.
The Boomerang Nebula: Then & Now
Boomerang Nebula: ALMA Telescope Discerns Dust From 5,000 Light Years Away, Explaining Star’s Shape
Oct 25, 2013 17:28 PM E
Earlier astronomers looking through the Hubble telescope took a swath of dust in the star's midriff for a bend at the waist and misnamed it the Boomerang Nebula.
What Makes a Mouse Face Look the Way it Does?
How Do Genes Shape Your Face? Rodent Facial Development May Reveal A Lot About Our Own
Oct 25, 2013 15:58 PM E
Scientists are now able to flip the genetic switches that determine the shape of a mouse's face.
Hurricane Raymond
Hurricane Raymond To Whip up Mexico's Coastal Waters To Dangerous Levels
Oct 21, 2013 14:16 PM E
An already devastated southern Mexican coast is bracing for another hit by foul weather -- this time by a hurricane that promises to deliver 120-mile winds and dangerous tides
Yeti, or abominable snowman.
Yeti Mystery Solved? Legendary Creature May Be A Hybrid Between Polar Bear And Brown Bear
Oct 17, 2013 16:15 PM E
The mythical Yeti of The Himalayas may be a hybrid between the polar bear and the brown bear, a geneticist from the Oxford University told Huffington Post Thursday.
The Oldest Image of a Nervous System
Mystery Of 'Mega Claw' Lobster-Spider Solved, Thanks To Image Of Half-Billion-Year-Old Nervous System
Oct 16, 2013 15:24 PM E
A fossil of a 520-million year-old never-before-described ocean creature has solved a long-standing mystery about the ancestors of scorpions and spiders – and has given rise to a new mystery.
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