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The Encyclopedia is a large, free, on-line resource aimed at providing accurate information on living in harmony with our planet, particularly with regard to green energy and architecture. It is part of The Worlds of David Darling website and is maintained and updated on a full-time daily basis by the astronomer and author David Darling.+ Read More

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Skylon Spaceplane Takes Step Forward
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(May 25, 2011) The single-stage-to-orbit Skylon spaceplane, designed by UK-based Reaction Engines, has passed a critical design review of its revolutionary engine. European Space Agency propulsion specialists gave the vehicle, which is intended to takeoff and land using an ordinary runway, the green light. The next milestone is expected to be a ground demonstration of its Sabre integrated air-breathing and rocket engine.

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Dark Energy Is Real
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(May 20, 2011) Observations of more than 200,000 galaxies made with the Anglo-Australian Telescope and NASA's GALEX space telescope have shown that dark energy is real and not a mistake in Einstein's conception of gravity. The galaxy survey, called WiggleZ ("wiggles"), was set up to measure the properties of dark energy, a concept invoked in the late 1990s to explain why the Universe seems to be expanding at an accelerating rate.

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Protein Flaws May Have Led To Complex Life
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(May 19, 2011) The jump from simple, single-celled life to complex life may have been sparked by tiny instabilities in the structure of protein molecules. These instabilities, called dehydrons, make proteins more likely to break up in watery environments and therefore more likely to adhere to other proteins.

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Amazingly Bright Solitary Star Found In Neighboring Galaxy
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(Jun 2, 2011) At the heart of the luminous region near the center of this photo is the brightest solitary star ever found. Called VFTS 682 it lies in the giant Tarantula Nebula of the Large Magellanic Cloud – a satellite galaxy of our own – and is 3 million times brighter than the Sun. Although other stars are known as bright as this, all of them lie within dense clusters of other massive, luminous stars whereas VFTS 682 shines in solitary splendor.

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Endeavour Comes Home To Stay
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(Jun 1, 2011) Space shuttle Endeavour has returned to Earth closing the final chapter in a remarkable 19-year career, in which it has completed 25 missions and flown a total of 197.6 million km (122.8 million miles). The last shuttle mission of all will be carried out by Atlantis which is set to blast off on July 8.

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Mars Is A Stranded Planetary Embryo
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(May 30, 2011) New calculations support the view that Mars completed its formation in a mere 2 to 3 million years compared with the Earth which grew to its present size over a period of tens of millions of years. It seems that whereas the Earth experienced a number of collions which gradually added to its bulk, Mars avoided bumping into other big objects and so remained small with only about 10 percent of

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Final Space-Walk From The Shuttle At The Iss Completed
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(May 28, 2011) Astronauts Mike Fincke and Greg Chamitoff have completed the last ever space-walk from the Space Shuttle at the International Space Station. The seven-and-half-hour exercise wrapped up NASA's part in the construction of the ISS.

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Green Crystal Rain Falls On Protostar
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May 27, 2011) Crystals of the green mineral olivine have been seen falling onto a protostar called HOPS-68 by the Spitzer Space Telescope. The crystals may have formed near the protostar, then carried away by jets of gas, before falling down again like glitter. The discovery may help explain the presence of olivine in comets in our own solar system.

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