Hubble Space Telescope

This is a diagram of the structure seen around an active asteroid designated P/2013 P5. The Hubble Space Telescope photographed six finger-like dust tails in September 2013. One interpretation is that the asteroid's rotation rate has been increased to the point where dust is falling off the surface along the equator and escaping into space. The pressure of sunlight then sweeps the dust into long tails.  NASA photo.

Matt’s Favorites: Twitter IPO, Freaky Asteroid, Scientific Whiz, And Much More

So what’s the latest on a crisp fall Friday? Glad you asked… here’s some crunchy tech news goodness.

WWJ Newsradio 950–11/07/2013

Rosebud Galaxy

Matt’s Favorites: Ford-UM Open Battery Tech Center, Rosebud Galaxy And Much More

So what’s the best of science and technology for this fine Tuesday morning, when the Tigers will finally be able to get back at it and shred some Sox? Glad I can help… here it is.

WWJ Newsradio 950–10/14/2013

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