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9 Jan 2012, 23:12 by kahhtTune in Mondays 2-4 PM (MST) for all your new music needs. On www.cjsw.com and 90.9 FM in Calgary.... Also in select hotel room. I kid not.
Moby Dicks - "Intelligent Baby"
Maximum Rnr - "Southern Comfort"
Sonic Avenues - "Throw It Away"
The Cambodian Space Project - "Ban Juarp Pros Snai (I've Met My Love)"
TriBeCaStan - "Daddy Barracuda"
Hubble - "Glass Napkin"
John Cale - "Perfection"
Run Dan Run - "Anonymous Girl"
Mr. Gnome - "Capsize"
Ram Hoss - "Bad Santa"
The Agnostic Phibes - "Windigo Song"
Jon Gant & His Band - "Motorville"
Jack Pine and The Fire - "Mountain Climber"
The Pilgrimms - "Little River"
Halina Larsson - "Puget Sounds"
Lanterns on the Lake - "Keep On Trying"
Rhoneil - "Just Right Now"
Jessica Jalbert - "Necromancy"
22 Nov 2011, 01:23 by kahhtListen to The New Classics every Monday 2-4PM MST. Go to www.cjsw.com or 90.9FM in Calgary.
Cowpuncher - "Call Me When You're Single"
Sports - "Slacking Scholar"
Ballgag N' Chaing Gang - "3 Jacks"
Paladino - "Ode to Misery"
Dinner Bells - "'Til The Dawn"
Spencer Jo & Joseph Barley - "Don't Get Trouble In Your Mind"
Bry Webb - "Undertaker"
Yael Meyer - "Backbone"
Adanowsky - "Nina Roja"
Dillon - "Tip Tapping"
Korallreven - "Honey Mine"
Jaidene Veda - "Flow (Sunrise Remix)"
Canyons - "Under A Blue Sky"
3:33 - "LFTG-7"
Hubble - "Hubble's Hubble"
David Lynch - "Strange And Unproductive Things"
Neptune - "Triple Your Money"
Retox - "Ten Pounds of Shit in a Five Pound Bag"
And So I Watch You From Afar - "THINK:BREATH:DESTROY"
The Pointillists - "Kill Until a Night Departure"
13 Feb 2009, 04:24 by Milkshake8Scientists at nasa are keeping close tabs on two clouds of debris from Tuesday Collision between U.S. and Russian satellites to determine how much of a risk they pose to the agency's Earth-watching spacecraft and, possibly, the hubble space telescope.
The rare collision Between a U.S. Iridium 33 communications satellite and the defunct Russian military communications satellite cosmos 2251 is unprecedented, marking the first time two intact satellites orbiting Earth have accidentally Crashed into and Obliterated one another, NASA officials said. Their smash-up created two large clouds of space debris that are currently being tracked by the U.S. Space Surveillance Network.
The debris poses a greater risk to science satellites than to the International Space Station, which is currently home to two American Astronauts and a Russian Cosmonaut, since the collision occurred 490 miles (790 km) above Siberia. …
14 Nov 2008, 07:32 by Milkshake8http://cache.gawker.com/assets/images/gizmodo/2008/11/fomalhautgalaxy.jpg
Huge astronomy news! For the first time Ever, Galaxy researchers have taken Pictures of planets orbiting a sun-star, much like our own. The first, taken by the much beloved hubble telescope, shows a planet orbiting the bright southern star Fomalhaut, located 25 light-years away in the constellation Piscis Australis. The second picture, snapped by upstaging Hawaiian observatories Gemini and Keck, shows two young planets orbiting a completely different star located 130 light-years from us! Take that Hubble! But I warn you—like the ultrasounds your friends show you of their three-month old fetus—these pictures wow mostly because of what they are, not because of what they look like.
This is what The Hubble Telescope saw, conveniently labeled by our friends at NASA. Where is the planet, you ask? Do you see that little underlined part to the…
20 Dec 2007, 09:16 by Milkshake8From http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/chandra/news/07-139.html
A black hole jet at the center of a galaxy strikes the edge of another galaxy.
Image Credit: X-ray: NASA/CXC/ CfA/D.Evans et al.; Optical/UV: NASA/ STScI; Radio: NSF/VLA/CfA/D.Evans et al., STFC/JBO/MERLIN
WASHINGTON - A powerful jet from a super massive black hole is blasting a nearby galaxy, according to new findings from NASA observatories. This never-before witnessed galactic violence may have a profound effect on planets in the jet's path and trigger a burst of star formation in its destructive wake.
Known as 3C321, the system contains two galaxies in orbit around each other. Data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory show both galaxies contain super massive black holes at their centers, but the larger galaxy has a jet emanating from the vicinity of its black hole. The smaller galaxy apparently has swung into the path of this jet.