The Great Sushi Massacre.
Robert’s new hair cut.
Billie Jean Got Lucky - Daft Punk vs Michael Jackson
I wanted this to be too much, but it works. I dig it. Academically.
I am gonna ride this wave of Get Lucky remixes all the way in to shore and if you drop in on me I’ll slash the tires on your Wrangler once I get there
At the edges of the visible universe, 45 billion light-years away, sit some of the oldest known galaxies. How they formed and developed is a mystery, but a spectrograph installed on Chile’s Very Large Telescope—functional since March—should help astronomers find answers. The six-foot-wide, three-ton instrument contains 24 motorized robotic arms. Each eight-inch arm controls a mirror that focuses on a single galaxy. As a result, the telescope can collect infrared readings for 24 galaxies at the same time—data that show what they looked like when the universe was only a fraction of its current age. With the simultaneous observations, astronomers can perform faster and more precise statistical comparisons between galaxies than with isolated viewings.
photo: Armed Telescope. credit: STFC/UKATC/ESO
I need some of these.