Phoenix cluster averaging 700 new stars per year

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Phoenix Cluster

Yeah, you read that right. The Phoenix cluster is cranking out an average of 700 stars per year. Compared to our own Milky Way at one or two a year, that's a lot of stars!

Besides the number of stars, the Phoenix cluster is cranking out massive amounts of X-Rays and is 5.7 Billion light years away (keep that in mind...).

Yes, I'm back as the "News Guy" for SpoCon - check daily morning-ish for your Geek / Fan / Con / Science / Nerd / Gaming / Tech related news. One per day is all you get...

Phoenix Cluster, astronomy, stars

Let's Build a Tesla Museum

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Wardenclyffe

Many of you are familar with The Oatmeal... the Seattle based web comedy site by Matthew Inman. He's a big Tesla fan, and well, pretty much a Geek like the rest of us, and then some. In his blog, he presents a case for helping create a Tesla Museum:

http://theoatmeal.com/blog/tesla_museum

nikola tesla, history, electricity

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