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“The Telstar 18 was introduced with much fanfare — in fact, Russian cosmonauts took the ball for a spin on the International Space Station.” https://n.pr/2yuhTS6
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Here's a 596-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom condo at 2025 Arch St., that's going for $1,350/month.This article has 1 other Philadelphia location (Show)
Listed at $1,383/month, this 530-square-foot studio is located at 500 N. 18th St.
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The Parker Solar Probe, which is slated to launch this August from Cape Canaveral, Florida, is planned to provide humanity’s closest observations of the Sun while traveling through the atmosphere of our nearest star, a region scientists call the Sun’s corona. http://bit.ly/2ysozQK IMAGE: Glenn Benson | Parker Solar Probe Light Bar Test | 2018 | NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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Read Dracula in real time.* On June 23, at night Jonathan hears the Szgany workmen digging somewhere in the castle. A little later he sees the Count emerge from his window and crawl down the the wall, but this time Dracula is wearing Jonathan’s travelling clothes. While keeping watch later, the three vampire women try to put Jonathan into a trance, as they materialize out of swirling dust, but Jonathan flees, only to hear from the Count’s room, “a sharp wail quickly suppressed. A woman appears below the window in the courtyard and shouts up at Jonathan, “Monster, give me my child!” As she beats on the castle door, Dracula beckons the wolves. The pack descends upon the woman. “Before long they streamed away singly, licking their lips.” Illustration is the cover of the 1916 edition, published by Rider & Son in London. *The novel, Dracula, is comprised of journal entries and letters, all dated, so throughout the year, we’ll be posting a day-by-day account of the plot of Dracula. Follow along with your own reading and feel free to leave comments below (no spoilers for those who may be reading for the first time). #Draculainrealtime
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Staying in town this weekend? Visit the boardwalk arcade without going down the shore with "Game Masters: The Exhibition" open at The Franklin Institute now through September 3, 2018. http://bit.ly/2GzEw7u
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“At least one species of cyanobacteria, called Chroococcidiopsis thermalis—which lives in some of the world's most extreme environments—can absorb redder (less energetic) wavelengths of light, thus allowing it to thrive in dark conditions, such as deep underwater in hot springs.” http://bit.ly/2yoqBRU
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Physicist and Franklin Institute Awards laureate Helen Rhoda Quinn, tells her Science Story: “I think that attitude in my growth put me in a good place when I found myself the only girl in a class. I wasn’t afraid to speak up and I didn’t think I had to suppress my ideas so they’d like me. Actually, I didn’t care mostly.” http://bit.ly/ss-fi This video is part of The Franklin Institute’s Science Stories series. Tell us yours: http://bit.ly/tell-science-story #ScienceStories
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Mt Airy Farmers' Market 2018 Season Begins!
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In our Historical Medical Library's latest edition of Fugitive Leaves, Ashley Lazevnick, PhD, examines the intersection of art and surgery in the early 20th century.
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Looking to up your social media game? Our social media manager shares some of his favorite secret spots in the museum for taking photos for Instagram in our blog. http://bit.ly/2tmG5QF
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In The News! Becoming a Specter: Daniel W. Coburn's Photographs Present a Shadowy Image of Fear, Longing and Self Preservation, Humble Arts Foundation, Exhibition review by Deborah Krieger, June 21, 2018 Daniel W. Coburn's photographs confront the tension between the artist's inner narrative what's projected to the outside world http://hafny.org/blog/2018/6/becoming-a-specter-daniel-w-coburns-photographs-present-a-shadowy-image-of-fear-longing-and-self-preservation
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Check out Rodger Binyone’s fantastic new comic! The story of Homunculus is played out over vibrant 5 color screenprinted spreads and 3 color risograph pages, including a double horizontal and vertical centerfold pullout. Pick up a copy today for only $20 in the Gallery Store or online. Rodger Binyone, Homunculus The Refuser, Comic/zine with Screenprint, risograph, double-tri panel centerfolds, 8" x 10", Edition of 250, $20 https://printcenterstore.myshopify.com/collections/rodger-binyone/products/homunculus-the-refuser
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