In space, no one can hear you scream. Or can they?
That's exactly what England's University of Surrey’s Surrey Space Centre (SSC) and Surrey Sate...
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The Space Shuttle's three main engines and two solid rocket boosters spewed fire and smoke, and their deafening noise roared in my ears during seven launches into space.
Honor Harger's presentation suggests that if we could only escape the acoustic buffer of our atmosphere and surmount the softening powers of distance, we would confront a universe throbbing with sound. Not exactly.
When scientists watched a black hole devour a dying star last year, they were blessed with a plethora of data to study. But there was one question par...
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