astronomy

Transit Of Venus Explained Tuesday At Athenaeum

In anticipation of the big day on June 5th, the Providence Athenaeum has organized a tutorial of sorts for this coming Tuesday, May 29th — From Transit Street to the Stars: the Transit of Venus in 1769 and Today. In June 1769 a cannon fired, a telescope was pointed at the sun, and a group

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C’mon Professor, Make It An ‘A’

Presumably Professor Britton has no trouble getting a date — he’s an uber-cool musician with a 16-incher.  (Okay okay, that’s obvious and juvenile, but at least I didn’t make a salacious pun in my headline like Dave said he wasn’t gonna do, but then he totally did!). An article in yesterday’s ProJo reported on the

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Midnight Radio Comics Episode 1.4

Professor: You don’t understand there will be another planet. A planet coming on the way for 2012. All the planets here… they align themselves ok but. Student: But… P: See this was they align themselves… S: But Wait… P: What we are needs ees heres… S: But wait I gotta get out of here. P:

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