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by Ronald Kriesel
April 28, 2016 | 0 comments
This is close up image from Sol 1087 (cross eye view). Are there minerals in those rock layers? I have been putting together the Left/Right images from Curiosity Navigation Cameras for several years along with images from Spirit, Opportunity, Pluto, etc. See current post at https://www.facebook.com/ronald.kriesel.3 on April 24, 2016. Also see previous post I made recently in this forum. Thank you and enjoy 3D Space!... more »
by Roshaan Bukhari
April 25, 2016 | 1 comments
I left my medical studies in 4th year to pursue my lifelong passion for astronomy. I did not know, however, that growing up in a south asian, oriental home would make it so hard for me to realize my true passion. Majority of the young adults in my part of the world (I am from Pakistan by the way!) either consider engineers or doctors as symbols of social and financial success in this society. 25 years later and that 1 image of the alien Martian landscape, and it all changed!
My primary and middle school would have these library classes where ... more »
by Peter Musgrave
April 22, 2016 | 0 comments
I have been weirdly obsessed with the problem of three bodies and their mutual gravitational attraction. This is a puzzle that goes all the way back to Newton. Many great mathematicians explored it (Euler, Lagrange, Poincarre to name a few) and it continues to be an area of active research.
In the last several decades a number of new solutions have been found, including a beautiful figure eight solution. As a way of exploring these I have created an app "ThreeBody Lite" to allow an exploration of these solutions and the ability to create new ones. It is available on iOS ... more »
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