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Oumuamua Update

  Back in November, we reported a story about an unprecedented interstellar visitor, Oumuamua, moving through our solar system from interstellar space. Astronomers have taken time to scrutinize the data from the object. They figure that it must have traveled through space for millions of years before wondering into our solar system. The conclusion is that Oumuamua is a dark, reddish,…

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BUBBLING RED GIANT

Recently, astronomers have seen giant bubbles churning on the surface of a star beyond our solar system. This is a first in observing our interstellar neighbors. The bubbles are so huge individually, by comparison, that they would extend from our sun to Venus. These astronomers used the European Southern Observatory’s (ESO’s) Very Large Telescope to make this observation, along with an…

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TwoEyes Tech, 360-degree virtual reality that can be viewed easily and comfortably

SEOUL, South Korea, Dec. 29, 2017 — TwoEyes Tech is a startup that has developed a binocular 360-degree field-of-view VR camera that captures images using two pairs of fisheye lenses arranged 65 millimeters apart, just like the eyes of a human, thus allowing for a more comfortable VR experience. TwoEyes Tech, a member company of the K-ICT Born2Global Centre, made sure that…

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Partner-assisted Stretching, the Bodywork Modality No One’s Ever Heard Of

WASHINGTON, Dec. 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Stretch Workz, a company specializing in one-on-one partner-assisted stretching, is opening a second store in the Palisades neighborhood of Northwest DC. Most people know that they should stretch, but they don’t know the proper way to go about doing it. Being taken through a cohesive full-body protocol often provides an experience unlike anything they’ve felt…

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New-Car Sales To Decline 7 Percent Year-Over-Year, According To Kelley Blue Book

IRVINE, Calif., Dec. 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — New-vehicle sales are expected to decline 7 percent year-over-year to a total of 1.57 million units in December 2017, resulting in an estimated 17.6 million seasonally adjusted annual rate (SAAR), according to Kelley Blue Book. “December should be the biggest sales month of the year, and despite our expectations for significant year-over-year declines, the…

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