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By Sri Saravana on November 8, 2014
Science Navigators Conduct Science Week for Kids

Science Navigators conducted Science Week for kids. The event held on 8th November 2014 at Science Navigator’s Natural History Museum. It was 3 hours event and multiple seminars for kids were completed. One important part of the event was the question and answers session with kids and S+T representative Tom Dieffenbach in U.S.A We were… Read more »

By Sri Saravana on August 7, 2014
Singing Fish of Batticaloa – The Long Forgotten History is Renewing

Batticaloa, eastern part of Sri lanka is famous for many things, and one of them is almost forgotten by the current generation even though the emblems and statues reminds us why Batticaloa was once called “Town of Singing Fish”. Singing Fish is not mystery or legend, but rather true phenomena that linger to this date… Read more »

By Sri Saravana on February 20, 2014
New Study Explains the Bipolar Jets of Planetary Nebulae

Planetary nebulae are one of many possibility of end of a star, when massive stars end their life with supernovae, smaller stars tend to form planetary nebulae – beautifully glowing gas clouds – from which another system could emerge later. These planetary nebulae are once thought of spherical in shape, but observations showed that often… Read more »

By Sri Saravana on February 15, 2014
Indonesian Volcanic Eruption – Covers Cities with White Ash

On 13th February, 2014, night time volcano eruption caused massive disturbance in Indonesian island Java, where the Mount Kelud is located. More than 100,000 people are evacuated, said Indonesian disaster agency. Mount Kelud, known for most powerful eruptions over history, blasted ash and debris more than 12 miles into air and the eruption could be… Read more »

By Joan Chamberlin on February 13, 2014
Your Eyes as Time Machines

Have you ever wished you could go back in time to see what the universe looked like in the past? Well, you are doing that when you look into the sky, where light takes time to come to you. The moon, for example is about 240,000 miles away; it takes light about 1.3 seconds to… Read more »