|7/4/2012 12:30am, LHC announces 5 sigma 126.5 GeV Higg's Boson - it's been discovered officially|
|7/2/2012 Tevatron scoups LHC, Higg's Boson found (@125 GeV)!!! LHC Announcement follows on July 4, 2012|
|6/5/2012: The Transit of Venus photos...|
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|Image randomly chosen from Astronomy Picture Of The Day
2004 September 30
This dramatic perspective view
looks south-east along the wall of
a large eroded impact crater on
Solis Planum, bordering the mountainous
Thaumasia region of Mars.
Stretching for about 50 kilometers into the scene, the crater wall
is around 800 meters high.
Located just south and west of the Red Planet's grand
Valles Marineris, this area features
and fault lines that are seen as evidence of
surface plate motions or plate tectonics.
The process of
plate tectonics has long been shaping the surface
of planet Earth but is thought to have been only briefly active
The image was constructed using color image data from the
High Resolution Stereo Camera onboard ESA's