Astronomers are boosting their efforts to peer deep into the center of the Milky Way in order to observe the massive black hole that resides there.To get a clear and accurate picture of it, astronomers are using the Laser Guide Star (LGS) a laser beam that corrects distorted images caused by the blurring effect of the Earth's atmosphere. |
Responsible for producing the LGS
is the Very Large Telescope (VLT), which sits atop an 8,645 foot mountain in
northern Chile. Follow the link below to watch a video documenting what the telescope
sees in just one night.
This week, everyone's favorite plumber celebrates his 25th anniversary. To
commemorate a quarter century of Super Mario Bros, the folks at
Nintendo have put together a nifty retrospective video.
Click 'learn more' to watch the video and see how
the game has changed (and stayed the same) over the years.