Stargazing: Lehi museum partners with NASA to teach about Webb telescope images

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NASA reveled four new images Tuesday taken by the James Webb Telescope. This image shows the Carina nebula. The Hutchings Museum Institute in Lehi, selected by NASA to be an official Webb events host, held an event on Saturday to celebrate the first images from the telescope, (NASA, ESA, CSA, and STScI) Estimated read time: … Read more

Ben Roethlisberger clarifies ‘me-first’ comments in radio interview

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After his comments about players having a “me-first attitude” led to a rebuttal from Pittsburgh Steelers defensive captain Cam Heyward, retired quarterback Ben Roethlisberger tried to clarify his remarks Thursday in a radio interview. Speaking with the WDVE-FM morning show team, Roethlisberger said he was referring to NFL players in general and not Steelers players … Read more

Scientists find 39 potential new deep-sea creatures. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg | CBC Radio

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There’s nothing quite like exploring an unfamiliar terrain and discovering something entirely new. It’s a feeling Guadalupe Bribiesca-Contreras of the U.K.’s Natural History Museum knows well. She’s the lead author of a new study that documented 39 species of deep-sea creatures believed to be new to science, including types of sea cucumbers, starfish, corals and … Read more

Study proves COVID outbreak originated at Wuhan food market, Utah researcher says

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In this Jan. 31, 2021 photo, a security guard waves for journalists to clear the road after a convoy carrying the World Health Organization team entered the Huanan Seafood Market. New research found that the Huanan foods market in Wuhan, China served as the epicenter for the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak in late 2019, a study co-authored … Read more

Scientists Discover New, Unusual Radio Signal from Faraway Galaxy

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Researchers say they have discovered a new, unusual radio signal from a distant galaxy. The signal is known as a fast radio burst, or FRB. These signals are pulses of radio waves that scientists say can come from places within our own Milky Way galaxy or others. The first FRB was discovered in 2007. Since … Read more

Meet Crystal Rosas, the radio personality whose dating life would make Carrie Bradshaw blush

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If anyone understands the challenges of dating in New York, it’s Z100 afternoon radio DJ Crystal Rosas. The 28-year-old sometimes goes on two dates in one day — with bankers, hipsters, musicians and a guy who’s become known to her fans as “the Venmo King.” “Within the first few weeks, I thought, ‘I could marry … Read more

What is fueling inflation and how is it impacting Utah’s economy and job market?

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A “Now Hiring” sign is pictured outside Staker Parson in Salt Lake City on July 13. Utah’s economy is running strong, for now, but how will inflation and a looming recession impact the economy? (Laura Seitz, Deseret News) Estimated read time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Utah’s employment summary for the month of June … Read more

Here’s everything coming to Netflix in August 2022 — and what’s leaving

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“Stranger Things” kicked off the summer with a bang, and Netflix is looking to end the season with another blockbuster fan-favorite. “The Sandman” (Aug. 5), based on Neil Gaiman’s iconic comic series, stars Tom Sturridge as Dream, aka Morpheus, aka The Sandman, a cosmic being who controls all dreams who must travel time and space … Read more

Astronomers detect radio signal billions of light-years away

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Astronomers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and universities in Canada and the U.S. say they have detected a radio signal from a far-away galaxy that is flashing repetitively.  In research published in the Journal Nature, authored by members of the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME)/FRB Collaboration, the scientists said a fast radio burst … Read more

Unusual radio signal detected by astronomers billions of light-years away

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NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Astronomers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and universities in Canada and the U.S. say they have detected a radio signal from a far-away galaxy that is flashing repetitively.  In research published in the Journal Nature, authored by members of the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment … Read more