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Fungi - The Fun-Guys of the Phylogentic Tree
Fungi - The Fun-Guys of the Phylogentic Tree Wed, Aug 15, 2018 Although Tuscawilla nature preserve is closed to the public, some of us (MOAS staff) like to trek through the hydric hammock to stretch our legs during lunch breaks or that mid-afternoon lull. During our miniature expeditions, we have stumbled upon s... Read More

Milestones in Aviation: From the Collection of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Milestones in Aviation: From the Collection of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Wed, Jan 24, 2018 When the Wright Brothers embarked on their inaugural flight from breezy Kill Devil Hills, four miles outside Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, in 1903, they relied upon the growing foundation of innovative technologies and engineering to make the long-soug... Read More

Gravitational Waves from Space Make a Big Splash in Astronomy
Gravitational Waves from Space Make a Big Splash in Astronomy Wed, Nov 01, 2017 A colossal story recently slipped through the cracks of the busy news cycle but has been making big waves in the scientific community. Officially reported on October 16th, 2017, but actually occurring back on August 17th, a major milestone was reach... Read More

Greetings from the Great American Eclipse
Greetings from the Great American Eclipse Wed, Oct 18, 2017 When the dark umbral shadow of the moon raced over the United Stations on August 21st, 2017, it was a celestial spectacle that millions of people flocked to witness. Dubbed the Great American Eclipse, this was a rare occurrence when the moon complete... Read More

The Great American Eclipse
The Great American Eclipse Thu, Aug 10, 2017 One of the most incredible natural spectacles that can be witnessed by humans will take place across the entire continental United States this summer. Stretching from Oregon to South Caroline, The Great American Eclipse will plunge a swath of the U.S... Read More

Science 101: Global Warming (or: On the Interdisciplinary Socioeconomic, Geopolitical and Environmental Causality of Global Climate Change in Relation to the Ecosystem of the Earth as a Habitation for Homo Sapiens.)
Science 101: Global Warming (or: On the Interdisciplinary Socioeconomic, Geopolitical and Environmental Causality of Global Climate Change in Relation to the Ecosystem of the Earth as a Habitation for Homo Sapiens.) Fri, Feb 17, 2017 How’s that for a first blog entry title? Too much? Alright, I’m just kidding. We aren’t going that deep. Well, maybe a little. While the details can be complex, the basics of global warming... Read More

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