Our “Build A Radar” edX class is live! The site has video lectures on basic Radar concepts and walks through a build of a 2.5 GHz Radar. https://llx.mit.edu/courses/course-v1:MITLL+MITLLx01+Q2_2019/about
🐇 Happy Easter everybody from the 🐰 Bubble Bunny Underworld 🐰! https://www.deviantart.com/sylviaritter/art/Bubble-Bunny-Underworld-524589074 #art #illustration #mastoart
Also we didn’t just observe the supermassive black hole once and were fine with that; we viewed the black hole over several days of observation, so we watched the gas/dust disk’s dynamics change quite rapidly. The disk is orbiting at about 1000km/sec [~600mi/sec] and nearly 90 Earth masses of material falls in every day. Early data is even suggesting the jet of material escaping before the event horizon may be pushing the black hole, moving it away from the center of M87.
Recently acquired Pugmire, a dog #RPG “One question will follow your every decision: Are you a good dog?”
Does anyone know the author of this piece of #piexlart http://amiga.lychesis.net/colors/32/PIImage_Mountain.html
@ejk and I are doing a cross-stitch of it and we want to give credit.
A minimal figure-eight knot on the body-centered cubic lattice (coordinates taken from Andrew Rechnitzer’s web page: https://www.math.ubc.ca/~andrewr/knots/minimal_knots.html)
Source code: https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/1640932
i just love these guys the most of all the photosynthetic animals bcuz theyre like... something you'd see in a sci fi movie or something on an alien planet. essentially half-plant.
like other photosynthetic animals just kinda, have a bit of photosynthesis but these guys actually specialize in it and grow their own little leafs
plus theyre fucking adorable
Anne Harding and I made a hand-drawn, hand-cranked version of Truncation (http://shonk.tumblr.com/post/129970437451/), showing cross sections of a hypercube.
Check it out in person at the Curfman Gallery (https://lsc.colostate.edu/campus-activities/lsc-arts/).
Electrical Engineer. PhD. Pimaker.
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