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No screaming on Japanese roller coasters under coronavirus guidelines

A roller coaster tradition as old as thrill rides themselves will go silent in Japan with the introduction of nationwide COVID-19 theme park guidelines that will bring an end to one of the most iconic midway sounds: Screaming. Screaming, shouting and yelling are prohibited on Japanese roller coasters according to new COVID-19 health and safety guidelines developed by a national theme park industry group. Sign up for our Park Life newsletter and find out what’s new and interesting every week at ...
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No screaming on Japanese roller coasters under COVID-19 guidelines

A roller coaster tradition as old as thrill rides themselves will go silent in Japan with the introduction of nationwide COVID-19 theme park guidelines that will bring an end to one of the most iconic midway sounds: Screaming. Screaming, shouting and yelling are prohibited on Japanese roller coasters according to new COVID-19 health and safety guidelines developed by a national theme park industry group. Sign up for our Park Life newsletter and find out what’s new and interesting every week at ...
Tags: Japan, New York, California, Virginia, Disney, Sport, Indiana, Things To Do, Soccer, Howler, Jurassic World, Amusement Parks, Jupiter, Disneyland, Fuji, Valencia


Sun Conjunct/Quincunx Jupiter ~ God Head

Sun conjunction or quincunx Jupiter is the huge-hearted visionary who thinks they are God himself. Sun/Jupiter is always on some kind of ... MORE The post Sun Conjunct/Quincunx Jupiter ~ God Head appeared first on Darkstar Astrology.
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Turns Out That ‘Active’ Object in Jupiter’s Orbit Is a Comet in Disguise

Astronomers were abuzz last week following the discovery of an active asteroid in Jupiter’s orbit, in what was thought to be a new type of celestial object. Follow-up investigations have revealed it to be a regular comet, albeit one in a misleading orbit. Read more...
Tags: Astronomy, Science, Comets, Jupiter, Planetary Science, Trojan asteroids, Active Asteroids


Astronomers create cloud atlas for hot, Jupiter-like exoplanets

As astronomers ramp up study of the atmospheres of hot, Jupiter-like planets around other stars, they encounter clouds that obscure study of atmospheric gases. A new computer model looks at the proposals for cloud compositions -- from smog to rubies -- and finds that the most likely, over a large range of temperatures, are silicate clouds: aerosols of silicon and oxygen, like molten quartz or sand. The hottest exoplanets have clear skies; the coolest have hydrocarbon hazes.
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TRANSCRIPT Ep. 27: The Amazing Disappearing Venus & Cancer’s Flavor of the Day

Transcript: Episode 027 | The Amazing Disappearing Venus, & Cancer’s “Flavor of the Day” May 25, 2020   Show notes here Jen: Welcome to the Big Sky Astrology podcast, with April Elliott Kent and me, producer and cohost Jen Braun. Hey friends, Jen here. Today is May 25th, 2020. Here in the U.S., it’s Memorial Day today. And with me as always is my pal, astrologer April Elliott Kent. Greetings to you on this national holiday, April. April: Greetings to you Jen. Are you feeling celebratory toda...
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North Node in Gemini – May 2020 – January 2022

The North Node entered Gemini and the South Node entered Sagittarius on May 5, 2020. The Nodes will remain in these signs until January 18, 2022. Note that in my practice I use the True Node. The Mean Nodes will enter Gemini/Sagittarius on June 5, 2020 and remain in those signs until December 3, 2021.The Nodes themselves are points in space. They represent the intersection between the orbital path of the Moon with the ecliptic. Below is a handy image to help you visualise. The Nodes are what con...
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Well, that's something boffins haven't seen before: A strange alien streaks around Jupiter

We know this sounds like a tall tail but... Pic Astronomers scanning the sky for potentially hazardous space rocks have discovered a first – a presumed trojan asteroid around Jupiter that is looking increasingly like a comet.…
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Freaky ‘Active’ Object in Jupiter’s Orbit Is First of Its Kind Seen by Astronomers

It’s neither an asteroid nor a comet but something in between. It’s also parked within Jupiter’s orbit, making this object the first of its kind to ever be detected.Read more...
Tags: Science, Comets, Asteroids, Jupiter, Jupiter trojans, Planetary Science, Active Asteroids


Black Moon Lilith and Jupiter in Synastry

When Jupiter and Black Moon Lilith meet in a synastry chart, the effect is quirky and explosive. Whether the aspect is a trine, opposition, or anything in between, you will be powerfully drawn to make something big together. So if … Read More...
Tags: Jupiter, Astrology, Synastry, Black Moon Lilith


AngelList India head Utsav Somani launches micro VC fund to back 30 early-stage startups

As investors get cautious about writing new checks to early stage startups in India amid the coronavirus outbreak, AngelList’s head in India is betting that this is the right time to back young firms. On Wednesday, Utsav Somani announced iSeed, a micro VC fund to back up at least 30 startups over the course of two years. iSeed, which is not affiliated with AngelList, is Somani’s maiden venture fund. In an interview with TechCrunch, Somani said he would write checks of $150,000 each to up to 35 e...
Tags: Energy, Asia, Money, India, Tech, United States, Xiaomi, Venture Capital, Jupiter, Sequoia Capital, Tiger Global, DST Global, Ryan Hoover, Angellist, Tracxn, Naval Ravikant


Jupiter’s Biggest Moons Started as Tiny Grains of Hail

A new model offers an explanation for how the Galilean satellites formed around the solar system’s largest world.
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Love Horoscope for the Week of May 18

Last week, as you may recall, I bemoaned the current astrological state of things for love and romance, what with Venus square Neptune in effect. This week that aspect is still in effect, and will be exact again this week. That’s because of retrograde Venus. And yes, Jupiter and Saturn are both retrograde now too, slowly grinding back through the degrees where they have caused plenty enough mayhem the last few months. But this week, screw it. I’m going to be optimistic! Your overall romantic ...
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Can Nuclear Fallout Make It Rain?

sciencehabit writes: Radioactive fallout is rarely a good thing. But new research suggests charged particles emitted from Cold War-era nuclear tests may have boosted rainfall thousands of kilometers away from the testing sites, by triggering electrical charges in the air that caused water droplets to coalesce. The United States, Soviet Union, and other nations often tested nuclear weapons above ground in the 1950s and early 1960s. The fallout contained a devil's cocktail of radioactive element...
Tags: Scotland, Tech, Jupiter, Neptune, University of Reading, United States Soviet Union, Giles Harrison


Scientists are working together to understand the most powerful storms on Jupiter

Storms on Jupiter are among the most powerful squalls seen anywhere in the Solar System. Now, a new study brings together the Gemini Observatory in Hawaii, the Hubble Space Telescope, and the Juno spacecraft in an effort to understand these behemoth tempests. Thunderheads on Jupiter can reach 65 kilometers (40 miles) tall, five times as large as their cousins on Earth. Lightning from these storms erupt with three times as much power as the most massive superbolts seen on our own world. Like fami...
Tags: Startups, Space, Science, Hawaii, Jupiter, Hubble Space Telescope, Gemini Observatory, Syndication


jupiter aligns with mars

Every fortnight I curate some of the observations and insights that were shared on social media. I call these Friday’s Finds. @qcroll — “The century of the speaker is over: Once, we did everything for the speaker’s convenience, gathering in one place. Now, we do everything for the community, because speakers, sponsors, and the audience trust us to gather the best people.” @bhargreaves — “Everyone crowing about a permanent remote future where they live in Boise but earn their current NYC/SF salar...
Tags: Congress, America, United States, Mars, National Gallery, Jupiter, eLearning, Boise, Friday's Finds, Francis O'Connor, Manila Bucharest


Gute Nachricht: Der rückläufige Jupiter bringt Ruhe und positive Energien

Jupiter, computer artwork. Diese Woche ist ziemlich viel los in der Welt der Astrologie. Warum? Weil, gleich drei Planeten zur gleichen Zeit mit ihrer rückläufigen Phase beginnen. Aber kein Grund zur Sorge. Nicht alle planetarischen Rückläufe sind schlecht – vor allem nicht der von Jupiter. Unser größter Planet ist vom 14. Mai an bis zum 12. September rückläufig. Und zu unserem Glück, ist diese Phase einer der am wenigsten chaotischen Retrograde aller Zeiten. Jedes Jahr ist der Gasries...
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What To Expect From Jupiter Retrograde 2020 – Excavate The Truth!

Jupiter turns retrograde in Capricorn today. A reader asked me to address this. I will! Jupiter entered Capricorn in December last year. The planet ran all the way to 27 degrees before turning retrograde. This is pretty unusual and freakishly … Read More...
Tags: Jupiter, Capricorn, Astrology, Jupiter in Capricorn


Evidence Mounts for Gigantic Water Plumes on Jupiter’s Moon Europa

While studying Europa’s magnetic field in 2000, NASA’s Galileo spacecraft inadvertently collected evidence of watery plumes shooting out from the moon’s icy surface, according to new research.Read more...
Tags: Science, Nasa, Moon, Jupiter, Europa, Planetary Science, Moon Europa, Plumes


Jupiter glows like a jack-o'-lantern in new images that reveal secrets about the Great Red Spot

We're learning more about the gigantic storms of the solar system's largest planet, Jupiter, through the eyes of three NASA instruments.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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Scientists Get Their Best-Ever Look At Jupiter's Atmosphere and Storms

Scientists have gotten their most detailed view of the wild storms that swirl through the gas giant's atmosphere. Space.com reports: Every 53 days, Juno skims over Jupiter's cloud tops in a close approach called a perijove, gathering data all the while. Among the spacecraft's instruments is a microwave radiometer, which is tuned to identify lightning strikes and study what ammonia and water vapor are doing in the gas giant's atmosphere. The scientists behind the new research arranged to target H...
Tags: Tech, Nasa, University Of California Berkeley, Jupiter, Juno, Michael Wong, Jupiter Juno


High-Resolution Telescope Images Solve a Mystery About Jupiter's Great Red Spot (slashdot)

Researchers have collected some of the highest resolution images of Jupiter ever obtained from earth -- by combining images from Hawaii's Gemini North telescope with images from the Hubble Space Telescope and NASA's Juno probe (currently orbiting Jupiter). The images -- assembled from three years of observations -- "confirm that dark spots in the famous Great Red Spot are actually gaps in the cloud cover and not due to cloud color variations," explains an announcement from the Gemini Observato...
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By Jove!

While we're on the subject of space, there are some really amazeballs photos of Jupiter here. By combining imagery from Earthbound telescopes, the Hubble up in orbit, and the Juno probe, they're finding a lot of neat stuff.For instance, check out that ring of cyclones around the planet's south pole, and the amazing Hubble shot of the Jovian aurora borealis. .  [Author: Tam]
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New images make Jupiter a huge jack-o'-lantern, reveal secrets about Great Red Spot

We're learning more about the gigantic storms and turbulent atmosphere of the solar system's largest planet, Jupiter.         [Author: USA TODAY]
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High-Resolution Telescope Images Solve a Mystery About Jupiter's Great Red Spot

Researchers have collected some of the highest resolution images of Jupiter ever obtained from earth -- by combining images from Hawaii's Gemini North telescope with images from the Hubble Space Telescope and NASA's Juno probe (currently orbiting Jupiter). The images -- assembled from three years of observations -- "confirm that dark spots in the famous Great Red Spot are actually gaps in the cloud cover and not due to cloud color variations," explains an announcement from the Gemini Observato...
Tags: Tech, Nasa, Earth, Hubble, Hawaii, Miami, Jupiter, New York City Read, Gemini Observatory Gemini North, NIRI


Big Sky This Week: May 11-17, 2020

More perfect Dates and times are given for U.S. Pacific Time zone. Click them to see the date and time where you are. Putting together the pieces “W here do your ideas come from?” Creative folks are asked this question a lot. As a writer my whole life, I can tell you how I would answer. There are, indeed, those magical, fascinating days when a writer sits down and produces a song, a story, an essay as though we’re simply taking transcription from some divine, unseen source. But mostly, ...
Tags: New Orleans, Leo, Jupiter, Pluto, Venus, Mercury, Capricorn, Astrology, Weekly, Weekly highlights, U S Pacific Time, Elliott Kent Jen, United Astrology Conference


Mercury and Jupiter in Synastry

One odd couple in synastry is Mercury and Jupiter. Their home signs naturally oppose each other, and yet they absolutely rely on each other to get to the truth. So what happens when the two meet? Imagine building a sand … Read More...
Tags: Jupiter, Astrology, Relating, Synastry


Love Horoscope for the Week of May 11

Has everything been great with your personal life in the last couple of months? Let’s have a show of hands. (Pause) Okay. You three people can leave. This week is for the rest of us. Y’all come back next time, you hear? Love and romance are complicated emotional states, which are composed of other emotional states. One of the most important of these is “nostalgia.” That’s the warm-and-fuzzy feeling you get when you contemplate a previous year of your life or an old relationship. Sci...
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New images reveal the heart of Jupiter's storms and the planet's jack-o-lantern glow

Collective observations from a dream team of telescopes have produced stunning images and revealed what's happening inside Jupiter's giant, continuous storms.
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Jupiter Looks Like a Fireball in This ‘Lucky’ Infrared Image

Hard to believe, but this stunning infrared image of Jupiter was taken from Earth’s surface, specifically from the Gemini North Telescope in Hawaii. Combined with other observational data, the new image is casting revelaing more about the gas giant’s epic storms and an odd feature seen in its Great Red Spot.Read more...
Tags: Science, Earth, Hawaii, Infrared, Jupiter, Planetary Science, Gas Giants