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Qasar-Based Map of Universe Prepared by Space Scientists

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Based on the position of quasars, astronomers have prepared the first map of the universe large-scale structure of the universe. They have made use of the Sloan Foundation Telescope for two years and surveyed the universe under the project Sloan Digital Sky Survey’s Extended Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey (eBOSS), enabling them measure three-dimensional positions of more than 147,000 quasars. Quasars ...

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Meet Pranav Sivakumar, Indian Boy Who Made it Twice to Google Science Fair

Even US President Barack Obama could not resist appreciation for Pranav Sivakumar, 15, an Indian American teenager who has made it twice to the Google Science Fair contest and was a runner-up in the 2013 National Spelling Bee. When he told President Obama for has lauded a budding Indian-American astronomy buff who has the distinction of being the first person ...

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