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          Andromeda galaxy will deliver a 'glancing blow' to our Milky Way later than expected      Cache   Translate Page      

Andromeda galaxy will deliver a 'glancing blow' to our Milky Way later than expectedAstronomers have long suspected that the colossal Andromeda galaxy would, in billions years, collide with our humble Milky Way. The collision was forecast to happen in some 3.9 billion years. But after astronomers analyzed new data captured by the European Space Agency's star-surveying satellite Gaia, they now put the imminent date at 4.5 billion years — so 600 million years later than initially expected. The event, detailed in The Astrophysical Journal, is characterized as a "swipe" rather than a direct collision. The end result would be a merger of the galaxies into one, monstrous galaxy.  "This finding is crucial to our understanding of how galaxies evolve and interact,"  Timo Prusti, ESA Gaia Project Scientist who had no role in the study, said in a statement.  The Gaia satellite measured star motion in the Andromeda galaxy. Image: ESA/Gaia (star motions); NASA/Galex (background image); R. van der Marel, M. Fardal, J. Sahlmann (STScI) While of immense importance to our corner of the universe, this event will be of little importance to Earth: By then, our aging sun will have grown brighter and likely have boiled the oceans while burning away our protective atmosphere.  To arrive at their conclusions about the future galactic meeting, scientists observed how stars moved within two "nearby"  galaxies that are passing each other —  the Andromeda and Triangulum galaxies  — to forecast how Andromeda will ultimately travel through intergalactic space. SEE ALSO: Pancakes in space? No that's just the mysterious MU69  "We combed through the Gaia data to identify thousands of individual stars in both galaxies, and studied how these stars moved within their galactic homes," said study coauthor Mark Fardal in a statement. "While Gaia primarily aims to study the Milky Way, it's powerful enough to spot especially massive and bright stars within nearby star-forming regions – even in galaxies beyond our own." Galactic trajectories. Image: E. Patel, G. Besla (University of Arizona), R. van der Marel (STScI) When Andromeda does eventually meet, or "swipe," the Milky Way, it doesn't mean chaos and destruction will ensue. "That event will be less dramatic than it sounds, however," noted The New Times cosmos reporter Dennis Overbye. "Because galaxies are mostly empty space, they will pass through each other like ghosts."  WATCH: Ever wonder how the universe might end?



          TRC #533: Wipers: Up Or Down? + ‘Bell Let’s Talk Day’ + Who is Cecilia Payne?      Cache   Translate Page      

Pat exhausts several resources to help answer the burning question on our minds this Winter. Should you leave windshield wipers up, or down? Adam unpacks the ‘Bell Let’s Talk Day’ campaign which takes a chain-letter approach to raise awareness around mental health. Lastly, Cristina dips into TRC’s mailbag and takes on a listener’s request to highlight astrophysicist Cecilia Payne.


          NC Astrophysicist shares her experiences on 747's anniversary      Cache   Translate Page      
Dr. Rachel Smith of the North Carolina Museum of Natural SciencesFifty years ago today, Boeing flight tested the first "Jumbo Jet".
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Emphasises need to pay competitive high level salary to teachers
          AASWOMEN Newsletter for February 8, 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
AAS Committee on the Status of Women
Issue of February 08, 2019
eds: Nicolle Zellner, Heather Flewelling, Maria Patterson, JoEllen McBride, and Ale Aloisi (guest ed.)

[It’s Black History Month! This issue features some resources for including astronomers and physicists of color in your lectures and talks. --eds.]

This week's issues:

1. AAS Public Policy Office Post-Shutdown Town Hall Updates

2. Cross-post: The Woman Who Sees Space First

3. AAWIP Lists African American Women with PhDs Who Identify as Physicists

4. NSBP Black History Month Physics Profiles

5. Gladys West's work on GPS 'would impact the world'

6. Rosalind Franklin: Mars rover named after DNA pioneer

7. This is how science can fix its glaring gender inequality problem

8. Keynote Speaker added to NASEM Symposium Highlighting Evidence-Based Interventions to Address the Underrepresentation of Women in Science, Engineering, and Medicine

9. Grad Students in STEM Talk Lab Culture Issues at Union-Led Discussion

10. The History of Women in Sci-Fi Isn’t What You Think

11. Job Opportunities

12. How to Submit to the AASWomen Newsletter

13. How to Subscribe or Unsubscribe to the AASWomen Newsletter

14. Access to Past Issues of the AASWomen Newsletter


1. AAS Public Policy Office Post-Shutdown Updates
From: AAS Public Policy Office [public.policy_at_aas.org]

The AAS Public Policy Office would like to alert you of several announcements, updates, and upcoming virtual town halls as part of federal agencies’ work to resume operations after the recent federal shutdown:

  • The Decadal Survey in Astronomy and Astrophysics (Astro2020) science white paper deadline is now 11 March 2019.
  • The AAS 233 NASA Astrophysics Division Town Hall has been rescheduled as a webinar for 12:00 pm ET on Tuesday, 12 February. Register to receive the webinar link.
  • The AAS 233 NSF Astronomy and Astrophysics Division Town Hall has been rescheduled as a webinar for 12:00 pm ET on Friday, 15 February. Register to receive the webinar link.

See more updates at

https://aas.org/policy

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2. Cross-post: The Woman Who Sees Space First
From: Cristina Thomas via womeninastronomy.blogspot.com

A recent Medium article by Shannon Stirone profiles Candice Hansen-Koharcheck. Candice has been been working with ground-breaking images from a series of iconic spacecraft for over 40 years. “To me, these places have gone from being points of light in the sky to being real places,” Hansen-Koharcheck says.

Read more at:

https://womeninastronomy.blogspot.com/2019/02/cross-post-woman-who-sees-space-first.html

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3. AAWIP Lists African American Women with PhDs Who Identify as Physicists
From: JoEllen McBride [joellen.mcbride_at_gmail.com]

During Black History Month (and every month) we should take the time to reflect on the physicists and astronomers we feature in our lectures and talks. The African American Women in Physics keeps a running list of African American women who are also physicists.

See the list and visit their website at

http://aawip.com/aawip-members

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4. NSBP Black History Month Physics Profiles
From: JoEllen McBride [joellen.mcbride_at_gmail.com]

For Black History Month the National Society of Black Physicists is continuing their tradition of honoring a black physicist every day of February.

See the current honorees at

https://nsbp.org/nsbp-news/bhm-physics-profiles/2019-honorees

See past honorees at

https://nsbp.org/nsbp-news/bhm-physics-profiles

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5. Gladys West's work on GPS 'would impact the world'
From: Heather Flewelling [heather_at_ifa.hawaii.edu]

““GPS has changed the lives of everyone forever,” James said. “There is not a segment of this global society—military, auto industry, cell phone industry, social media, parents, NASA, etc.—that does not utilize the Global Positioning System.”

The revelation that her 87-year-old sorority sister was one of the “Hidden Figures” behind GPS motivated James to share it with the world.

“I think her story is amazing,” James added.”

Read more at

https://www.fredericksburg.com/features/gladys-west-s-work-on-gps-would-impact-the-world/article_26e82f21-bb5a-5d76-9789-69a5039ad018.html

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6. Rosalind Franklin: Mars rover named after DNA pioneer
From: Nicolle Zellner [nzellner_at_albion.edu]

"The UK-assembled rover that will be sent to Mars in 2020 will bear the name of DNA pioneer Rosalind Franklin."

Read more at

https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-47151778?fbclid=IwAR0OhnU-i4yWyUwHAKnzHQQmDSk8XgE8lXYknDQvK08yIX2-q9VbT7qRotU

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7. This is how science can fix its glaring gender inequality problem
From: JoEllen McBride [joellen.mcbride_at_gmail.com]

“The fix isn't just about bringing more women – and minorities – to the scientific workforce to increase diversity, she [Holly Witteman] says, it's also crucial to bring them to a system that is built to give them the same opportunities as men.

Including more people who have been historically underrepresented in certain fields – in this case, women and minorities in science – without then investing in mentoring and supporting them, will only backfire, she continues.”

Read more at

https://www.wired.co.uk/article/the-lancet-special-issue-women-in-science

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8. Keynote Speaker added to NASEM Symposium Highlighting Evidence-Based Interventions to Address the Underrepresentation of Women in Science, Engineering, and Medicine
From: JoEllen McBride [joellen.mcbride_at_gmail.com]

“We're excited to announce that the keynote address will be given by Congresswoman Donna Shalala, the former President of the University of Miami and Secretary of Health and Human Services, currently representing Florida's 27th district! Congresswoman Shalala chaired the 2007 report Beyond Bias and Barriers and will shed light on the impact of those recommendations over the last ten years.”

Register for the symposium at

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/symposium-highlighting-evidence-based-interventions-to-address-the-underrepresentation-of-women-in-registration-53116862967?utm_source=CWSEM+List&utm_campaign=e92637778a-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_11_27_10_03_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_9f27a045ed-e92637778a-129161885

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9. Grad Students in STEM Talk Lab Culture Issues at Union-Led Discussion
From: JoEllen McBride [joellen.mcbride_at_gmail.com]

At Harvard: "Graduate students in STEM departments shared stories about sexual harassment in the lab, issues with advisers, and unsafe working conditions at a discussion hosted by the graduate student union Wednesday night."

Read more at

https://www.thecrimson.com/article/2019/2/7/power-in-the-lab

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10. The History of Women in Sci-Fi Isn’t What You Think
From: JoEllen McBride [joellen.mcbride_at_gmail.com]

Women were 15% of writers and 40-50% of readers of the science fiction genre before the feminist wave of the 60s and 70s.

Read more at

https://www.wired.com/2019/02/geeks-guide-history-women-sci-fi

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11. Job Opportunities
For those interested in increasing excellence and diversity in their
organizations, a list of resources and advice is here:
https://cswa.aas.org/diversity.html#howtoincrease

-Full-time Tenure Track Physics/Astronomy Position at American River College https://jobs.losrios.edu/postings/10839

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12. How to Submit to the AASWOMEN newsletter

To submit an item to the AASWOMEN newsletter, including replies to topics, send email to aaswomen_at_aas.org

All material will be posted unless you tell us otherwise, including your email address.

When submitting a job posting for inclusion in the newsletter, please include a one-line description and a link to the full job posting.

Please remember to replace "_at_" in the e-mail address above.

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Join AAS Women List by email:

Send email to aaswlist+subscribe_at_aas.org from the address you want to have subscribed. You can leave the subject and message blank if you like.

Be sure to follow the instructions in the confirmation email. (Just reply back to the email list)

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14. Access to Past Issues

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Each annual summary includes an index of topics covered.

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          Tesla впаде на Землю чи не впаде?      Cache   Translate Page      
Автомобіль Tesla, який рік тому запустили в космос на ракеті Falcon Heavy, може пролетіти повз Землю в районі 2047 року, але навряд чи вріжеться в неї в найближчі тисячоліття, заявив співробітник Гарвард-Смітсонівського центру астрофізики (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics) Джонатан Макдауелл. З космодрому на мисі Канаверал (Флорида) 6 лютого 2018 року вперше стартувала новітня ракета-носій Falcon ...
          Something New from Jason Lisle      Cache   Translate Page      
We’re always looking for creationist entertainment, so we were delighted when We Found Jason Lisle’s New Website. As you recall, he’s the creationist astrophysicist who used to work for ol’ Hambo’s Answers in Genesis. He left Hambo a few years … Continue reading
          Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): DataBased.com, STO.org, More      Cache   Translate Page      

Recent domain sales is a series that, until last year, was written by Aaron and was always very popular here at DSAD.  While at Namescon, I asked Aaron if he would mind if I wrote it until he (hopefully) starts writing again.  He thought it was a great idea so here is the first one.

The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the past few months that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.

DataBased.com sold for $12,000 in November at Sedo.  It is a clever use of an odd one-word .com in that they are using it as a two-word.  “Developing Your Sales Organization BASED on DATA”.  

BettyBingo.com sold for $15,000 at DomainMarket in December.  I had no idea there was a void in the African online bingo and gaming sector, but apparently there is and BETTY aims to fill it.  They have offices in London, Lagos and plan to spread across Africa soon.

TripLoop.com sold for $3,648 at Sedo in November.  Based in Austin, TX, TripLoop is an app that enables real-time group travel coordination.

STO.org sold for $25,000 at Sedo in November.  It looks like sto.org is the new home of Solid.  This is a project that has been going on for a while and is led by the inventor of the World Wide Web.  “The project aims to radically change the way Web applications work today, resulting in true data ownership as well as improved privacy.”  The project is going on at MIT and the same site still exists at solid.mit.edu.

Aphelion.com sold for $45,000 at Lumis in November.  Looks like this is an upgrade name for Aphelion Capital.  The previous site was on aphelioncapital.net (and still is actually – why not redirect this?).  Aphelion is a one-word dictionary term that is rarely used outside of astrophysics, but this is definitely a nice domain upgrade.

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          Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): DataBased.com, STO.org, More      Cache   Translate Page      

Domain Shane Domain Shane: Recent domain sales is a series that, until last year, was written by Aaron and was always very popular here at DSAD.  While at Namescon, I asked Aaron if he would mind if I wrote it until he (hopefully) starts writing again.  He thought it was a great idea so here is the first one.
The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the past few months that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
DataBased.com sold for $12,000 in November at Sedo.  It is a clever use of an odd one-word .com in that they are using it as a two-word.  “Developing Your Sales Organization BASED on DATA”.  

BettyBingo.com sold for $15,000 at DomainMarket in December.  I had no idea there was a void in the African online bingo and gaming sector, but apparently there is and BETTY aims to fill it.  They have offices in London, Lagos and plan to spread across Africa soon.

TripLoop.com sold for $3,648 at Sedo in November.  Based in Austin, TX, TripLoop is an app that enables real-time group travel coordination.

STO.org sold for $25,000 at Sedo in November.  It looks like sto.org is the new home of Solid.  This is a project that has been going on for a while and is led by the inventor of the World Wide Web.  “The project aims to radically change the way Web applications work today, resulting in true data ownership as well as improved privacy.”  The project is going on at MIT and the same site still exists at solid.mit.edu.

Aphelion.com sold for $45,000 at Lumis in November.  Looks like this is an upgrade name for Aphelion Capital.  The previous site was on aphelioncapital.net (and still is actually – why not redirect this?).  Aphelion is a one-word dictionary term that is rarely used outside of astrophysics, but this is definitely a nice domain upgrade.

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          Andromeda galaxy will deliver a 'glancing blow' to our Milky Way later than expected      Cache   Translate Page      
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Astronomers have long suspected that the colossal Andromeda galaxy would, in billions years, collide with our humble Milky Way.

The collision was forecast to happen in some 3.9 billion years. But after astronomers analyzed new data captured by the European Space Agency's star-surveying satellite Gaia, they now put the imminent date at 4.5 billion years — so 600 million years later than initially expected.

The event, detailed in The Astrophysical Journal, is characterized as a "swipe" rather than a direct collision. The end result would be a merger of the galaxies into one, monstrous galaxy. 

"This finding is crucial to our understanding of how galaxies evolve and interact,"  Timo Prusti, ESA Gaia Project Scientist who had no role in the study, said in a statementRead more...

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          Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): DataBased.com, STO.org, More      Cache   Translate Page      

Domain Shane Domain Shane: Recent domain sales is a series that, until last year, was written by Aaron and was always very popular here at DSAD.  While at Namescon, I asked Aaron if he would mind if I wrote it until he (hopefully) starts writing again.  He thought it was a great idea so here is the first one.
The screenshots below are examples of buyers of domains from the past few months that have either developed their sites, or purchased an upgrade domain and have redirected their acquisition to an existing website.
DataBased.com sold for $12,000 in November at Sedo.  It is a clever use of an odd one-word .com in that they are using it as a two-word.  “Developing Your Sales Organization BASED on DATA”.  

BettyBingo.com sold for $15,000 at DomainMarket in December.  I had no idea there was a void in the African online bingo and gaming sector, but apparently there is and BETTY aims to fill it.  They have offices in London, Lagos and plan to spread across Africa soon.

TripLoop.com sold for $3,648 at Sedo in November.  Based in Austin, TX, TripLoop is an app that enables real-time group travel coordination.

STO.org sold for $25,000 at Sedo in November.  It looks like sto.org is the new home of Solid.  This is a project that has been going on for a while and is led by the inventor of the World Wide Web.  “The project aims to radically change the way Web applications work today, resulting in true data ownership as well as improved privacy.”  The project is going on at MIT and the same site still exists at solid.mit.edu.

Aphelion.com sold for $45,000 at Lumis in November.  Looks like this is an upgrade name for Aphelion Capital.  The previous site was on aphelioncapital.net (and still is actually – why not redirect this?).  Aphelion is a one-word dictionary term that is rarely used outside of astrophysics, but this is definitely a nice domain upgrade.

The post Recent Domain Sales That Have Been Developed (pics): DataBased.com, STO.org, More appeared first on DSAD.

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          Alien Civilizations Could Be Behind The Deep Space Fast Radio Bursts That Puzzle Astrophysicists      Cache   Translate Page      
by Vadim Ioan Caraiman                January 30, 2019                (canadianhomesteading.ca) • Not long ago, a team of Canadian astronomers spotted weird and repeating fast radio bursts (FRB) signals coming from deep space for the second time in history. Senior SETI astronomer Seth Shostak […]
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          Astronomie et astrophysique : Cinq grandes id?es pour explorer et comprendre l'Univers      Cache   Translate Page      
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Название: Astronomie et astrophysique : Cinq grandes id?es pour explorer et comprendre l'Univers
Автор: Marc S?guin, Beno?t Villeneuve
Издательство: De Boeck
ISBN: 2804140121
Год: 2002
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Cet ouvrage d'introduction ? l'astronomie et ? l'astrophysique invite ? une fascinante odyss?e ? travers l'espace et le temps. Des sph?res de cristal des anciens Grecs ? la th?orie du Big Bang, des observations m?sopotamiennes au t?lescope spatial Hubble, de la d?couverte de la sph?ricit? de la Terre ? l'exploration robotis?e des confins du syst?me solaire, de la chute de la pomme de Newton ? l'an?antissement du temps ? la surface d'un trou noir, ce livre pr?sente l'histoire de l'astronomie et ses d?couvertes d?centes.
          Sub-barrier fusion in the Cl37+Te130 system      Cache   Translate Page      
Phys.Rev. C99 (2019) 024607

by: Sahoo, Rudra N.
Abstract:
Background: In heavy-ion induced reactions, the sub-barrier fusion cross sections are found to be higher as compared to the predictions of the one-dimensional barrier penetration model. Attempts have been made to explain sub-barrier fusion enhancement by including the static deformations, the couplings to inelastic excitations, and non-fusion channels. Purpose: To investigate factors which influence the sub-barrier fusion in the Cl37+Te130 system and to understand the interplay of couplings, the fusion excitation function was measured at energies from 10% below to 15% above the Bass barrier. Method: The fusion excitation function was measured by employing a recoil mass spectrometer, the Heavy-Ion Reaction Analyser (HIRA), at the Inter-University Accelerator Centre, New Delhi. To study the behavior of the fusion excitation function and the effect of couplings at sub-barrier energies, the excitation function was analyzed in the framework of the coupled-channels code ccfull. Results: In the present work, the fusion cross section was measured down to 1 μb at the lowest measured energy, i.e., 10% below the barrier. It was found that the inclusion of couplings of low-lying excited states along with the modified barrier between interacting nuclei satisfactorily reproduces the fusion excitation function of the Cl37+Te130 system. For better insight into the sub-barrier fusion, the fusion barrier distribution, the logarithmic derivative L(E) factor, and the astrophysical S factor were extracted from the analysis of the experimentally measured fusion excitation function. Conclusions: The analysis of the fusion excitation function in terms of the astrophysical S factor and the L(E) factor suggests the absence of fusion hindrance in the Cl37+Te130 system down to a 1 μb cross section achieved at the lowest measured energy. The excitation function of the present system is compared with the existing measurements in which Cl37 has been used as a projectile to understand the interplay of entrance-channel parameters in sub-barrier fusion enhancement.
          Astrophysical recipes: the art of AMUSE / Simon Portegies Zwart, Steve McMillan      Cache   Translate Page      
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