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6 ways to upgrade your acoustic guitar's sound

Introduction<p><b>Acoustic sounding tired? Follow some expert advice to breathe new life into your guitar with these inexpensive upgrades</b><p>It might seem like …

Marshall London hands-on: a smartphone for music fans

We’re here at IFA 20115 and couldn’t help but take notice the Marshall London, a new smartphone made for audiophiles and music lovers alike. While the phone was first announced back in July and formally launched a few weeks ago, we had the opportunity to try the phone out for ourselves. You may not …

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Watch the trailer for Turkish horror Baskin

Ahead of its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, a trailer has arrive online for the Turkish horror <b>Baskin</b>, which we have for you …

Brooklyn, NY

Happy Saint Patrick's Day! This gorgeous view of the aurora (above) was taken from the International Space Station as it crossed over the southern Indian Ocean on Sept. 17, 2011. While aurora are often seen near the poles, this aurora appeared at lower latitudes due to a geomagnetic storm - the insertion of energy into Earth's magnetic environment called the magnetosphere - caused by a coronal mass ejection (CME) from the sun that erupted As solar particles from an incoming CME move into Earth's magnetosphere they travel around to its back side - or night side, since it is on the opposite side from the sun - along the magnetic field lines. When these magnetic field lines reconnect in an area known as the magnetotail, energy is released and it sends the particles down onto Earth's poles, and sometimes even lower latitudes. As the particles bombard oxygen and nitrogen in the upper atmosphere, the atoms release a photon of light that we see as the beautiful colors of the aurora. Image Credit

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