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  • ...rnal view of the Stanford torus.jpg|thumb|350px|Artist's conception of a [[space habitat]] called the [[Stanford torus]], by [[Don Davis (artist)|Don Davis] ... in [[science fiction]], as well as a long-term goal of various national [[space program]]s.
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  • ...d particles that pop in and out of existence. The differences between free space and the quantum vacuum are predicted to be very small. ==Properties of ''free space''==
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  • [[Image:New_York_Public_Library_030616.jpg|300px|thumb|New York Public Library, central block, built 1897–1911, [[Carrère and Hastings]], a ...s of the Library are known by the acronyms CATNYP for the four principal research libraries and LEO for the dozens of neighborhood branch libraries.
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  • ... in [[London]] and Boston Spa and is one of the world's most significant research libraries, holding over 150 million items. The library's collections includ ...he user's experience, building the digital research environment, improving searches, enlarging the British national collection, library staff development, an
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  • array of cross cultural genres and performances. She wanted it to house space not only for symphonic [[music]] and [[opera]], but also [[chamber music]], ...<ref>Public Art in Los Angeles, [ Public Art Works in the Los Angeles Civic Center and the Los Angeles Mall.] Retrie
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  • ...inquisidor [[Pedro Arbués]] in [[Zaragoza]] on September 15, 1485, caused public opinion to turn against the ''conversos'' in favor of the Inquisition. In A their works appear in the Indexes. Books in Early Modern Spain faced prepublication licensing and approval (which could include modification) by both secu
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  • ...or the use of a limited number of people, or even a single person. As with public libraries, stamps, stickers, or embossing are used to show ownership of the ... specific area of interests can go far deeper than the level of collection public libraries can attain. For example, [[Henry Clay Folger]] developed his pers
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  • In 1955, the Committee published ''Speak Truth to Power: A Quaker Search for an Alternative to Violence.'' Focused on the [[Cold War]], the 71-page ...xhibit. This exhibit travels around the United States displaying in public spaces one pair of combat boots for each American killed in the ongoing fighting
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  • ...usicians in the area that played free shows for each other in their living spaces (Segell 2005, 123). He began to carve out a niche for himself as a dynami marrow that can lead to leukemia. Despite a widely-publicized worldwide search, Brecker was unable to find a matching stem cell donor. In late 2005, he w
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  • ...existing outside of earth, many scientists remain hopeful and continue the search. Given that the existence of life beyond earth has ramifications of the gre ...ce, extraterrestrial life seemed as probable to scientists and the general public alike. However, a split in the belief in ET life forms occurred in the begi
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  • ...f a digital library and a number of initiatives have been made both in the public and private sectors. For example, [[Google]] collaborated with a number of ...n print may have been in a 1988 report to the [[Corporation for National Research Initiatives]]<ref>R.E. Kahn and V.G. Cerf [
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  • ...these are typically available only by subscription (which most astronomy research facilities have). ...ays or weeks can now be carried out in seconds via the sophisticated ADS [[search engine]]. Studies have found that the benefit to astronomy of the ADS is eq
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  • ...o be the true Jewish theology."<ref>Gershom Scholem. ''Kabbalah.'' (Jewish Publication Society. ISBN 978-0880292054) </ref> Its popularity waned with the ris ...t of Kabbalah as a major influence in Jewish thought and practice with the publication of the ''[[Zohar]]'' and climaxing with the spread of the Arizal's tea
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  • |known_for = [[SETI|Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI)]]<br/>[[Cosmos: A Personal Voyage ...-Fiction]] (1978)<br/>[[United States National Academy of Sciences|NAS]] [[Public Welfare Medal]] (1994)
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  • ... in diameter and approximately 20 million parsecs distant. Credit:[[Hubble Space Telescope]][[NASA]]/[[ESA]].]] ...with as few as ten million (10<sup>7</sup>) stars<ref>[ Unveiling the Secret of a Virgo Dwarf Galaxy] ''ESO'', Ma
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  • | caption = Computer-generated map of Pluto from [[Hubble space telescope|Hubble]] images, synthesized true color and among the highest res ...;1930&nbsp;[[Clyde Tombaugh|Clyde&nbsp;Tombaugh]] was working on a project searching for a ninth planet at [[Lowell Observatory]]. Tombaugh's work was to sys
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  • ...Hawking ansatz]]</br>[[Gibbons–Hawking effect]]</br>[[Gibbons–Hawking space]]</br>[[Gibbons–Hawking–York boundary term]]</br>[[Thorne–Hawking–P ...oretical physicist]], [[cosmology|cosmologist]], author, and Director of Research at the [[Centre for Theoretical Cosmology]] within the [[University of Camb
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  • ...humb|right|Image of [[Sirius|Sirius A and Sirius B]] taken by the [[Hubble Space Telescope]]. Sirius B, which is a white dwarf, can be seen as a faint dot t ...rieved November 7, 2008.</ref><ref name="he2">Press release. 2007. [ Cosmic weight loss: The lowest mass wh
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  • Many researchers believe that skin darkening was an adaptation that evolved as a protecti Current research establishes that human beings are highly genetically homogeneous, meaning t
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  • [[Category:Public]] ...53 Mathilde, a C-type asteroid. This image was taken by the NEAR-Shoemaker spacecraft.]]
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