Every innovation made in the astronomy field makes the “great unknown” that is space a little less unknown, and NASA’s James Webb Telescope should answer even more questions about the far reaches of the universe.
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Extracting sulfur from crude oil before use is preferred for environments worldwide because of the harm that sulfur emissions can cause. But as people use millions of gallons of oil every day and oil companies’ reservoirs of this bright yellow substance continue to grow, it begs the question of what good can sulfur be used for?
A recent study found a correlation between brooding and negative thoughts.
In the White Sands National Park in New Mexico, archeologists and experts analyzed the discovery of human footprints near Lake Otero that was dated up to 23,000 years old. These footprints could change the timeline of when it is believed humans first inhabited North America.
The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Arizona will be hosting their Downtown Lecture Series, “Compassion: A Tool for Human Understanding and Liberation.” The series will be held every Wednesday in the month of October at 6 p.m. at the Fox Tucson Theater.
The seventh annual national Interstellar Symposium was presented by the Interstellar Research Group and hosted by the University of Arizona at the Marriott University Park from Friday, Sept. 24 to Monday, Sept. 27.