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Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds: "Higgs Boson Blues"

To accompany their 2013 LP, <i>Push the Sky Away</i>, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds have shared a live performance video for the album's Miley Cyrus-referencing track "Higgs Boson Blues". It was shot in East London and directed by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard.<p>Forsyth and Pollard were also behind the upcoming …

In Three Minutes, We Can Teach You How to Create Your Very Own Flipboard Magazine

MagMaker / November 7, 2013<p>If you’re just getting started with Flipboard magazines — or just thinking about getting ready to maybe possibly create …

Everything You Wanted to Know About Google+ on Flipboard

Inside Flipboard / June 23, 2012<p><i>Having just passed its first birthday, Google+ might be one of the younger social networks, but it’s brought some new</i> …

Spotify Reportedly Set To Launch Free Music Streaming Service For Mobile Devices

Spotify is reportedly set to launch a free, ad-supported version of its popular music streaming service on mobile devices. That's according to The …

Google Play Music All Access Arrives In Germany

Google's streaming music subscription service continues to creep across the globe, arriving in new countries suddenly and without warning. It's kind …

Yoko Ono Recalls Own Struggles With Hunger in Japan

Yoko Ono has granted the use of her late husband John Lennon's song "Imagine" to WhyHunger's "Imagine There's No Hunger" campaign. At an event for …

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APOD: Gamma-Ray Earth and Sky (2013 Dec 06) Image Credit: International Fermi Large Area Telescope Collaboration, NASA, DOE http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap131206.html Explanation: For an Earth-orbiting gamma-ray telescope, Earth is actually the brightest source of gamma-rays, the most energetic form of light. Gamma-rays from Earth are produced when high energy particles, cosmic rays from space, crash into the atmosphere. While that interaction blocks harmful radiation from reaching the surface, those gamma-rays dominate in this remarkable Earth and sky view from the orbiting Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope's Large Area Telescope. The image was constructed using only observations made when the center of our Milky Way galaxy was near the zenith, directly above the Fermi satellite. The zenith is mapped to the center of the field. The Earth and points near the nadir, directly below the satellite, are mapped to the edges of the field resulting in an Earth and all-sky projection from Fermi's orbital perspective. The color scheme shows low intensities of gamma-rays as blue and high intensities as yellowish hues on a logarithmic scale. Our fair planet's brighter gamma-ray glow floods the edges of field, the high intensity yellow ring tracing Earth's limb. Gamma-ray sources in the sky along the relatively faint Milky Way stretch diagonally across the middle. Launched June 11, 2008 to explore the high-energy Universe, this week Fermi celebrated its 2,000th day in low Earth orbit. http://www-glast.stanford.edu/ http://www.nasa.gov/GLAST http://www.energy.gov/ http://arxiv.org/abs/0912.1868 Starship Asterisk* • APOD Discussion Page http://asterisk.apod.com/discuss_apod.php?date=131206 #APOD