Martin Ingvarsen

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This Week's Night Sky: Moon Hits a Bull’s Eye

Starstruck<p>Fresh from its showing in the super blood moon total eclipse, the moon lines up with Uranus, Orion, and the eye of the constellation Taurus.<p><b>Asteroid Primetime.</b> Vesta, the second largest body in the asteroid belt, will shine this week at magnitude 6.2, the most brilliant the asteroid will …

Ridley Scott: 'I knew there was water on Mars months ago'

Director of The Martian was shown photographs of water flows by Nasa ‘about two months ago’, but by then it was too late to include the information in the plot of the Matt Damon film

Fiona Apple, Beck Record Sixties Covers for Cali Folk-Rock Tribute

Fiona Apple, Beck and several other musicians have recorded covers of songs by artists who emerged from Southern California’s fruitful Sixties rock …

Martian friend or foe

The discovery by Nasa that Mars has running water probably doesn't mean an alien attack. But you never know<p>"The planet Mars, I scarcely need remind the reader, revolves about the sun at a mean distance of 140,000,000 miles. It has air and water and all that is necessary for the support of animated …

Sonos upgrades flagship Play:5 HiFi wireless speaker with new design, overhauled sound; unveils Trueplay tuning software

Five years in the making and fifteen months since its last speaker release, all-in-one speaker maker Sonos is ready to unveil its next flagship speaker to the world with the all-new Play:5. If the name sounds familiar, that’s because Play:5 is the same name as the previous flagship home speaker …

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The Odd Thing About the World's Deepest River

Africa's Congo River claims many titles, including being home to the highest number of unique species in the world.<p>The Congo River in Central Africa is one of the world's great rivers, carrying 1.25 million cubic feet of water—more than 13 Olympic-sized swimming pools—into the Atlantic Ocean every …