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May
2016

Starlight observation of Enceladus’ plumes uncovers fresh mystery

Spectactural cryovolcanic plumes leap from Enceladus' southern polar region in this image captured by Cassini in ...

NASA's Cassini spacecraft has used the light of a faraway star to observe the vast cryovolcanic eruption taking place on Saturn's moon Enceladus. Captured at a distant point in its orbit relative to the gas giant, Enceladus' tiger stripe vents behaved in a way that will force astronomers to rethink their current models regarding the enigmatic moon's internal plumbing.

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8
May
2016

How to use Snapchat’s new one-handed zoom

We don’t hang out on Snapchat on a regular basis, but I myself use the app from time to time to check out new features. Earlier today, my boss Sébastien shared an amazing collection of handy Snapchat tips and trick, created by fifteen-year-old Victoria Samson. Some of the tricks she demonstrates are quite brilliant, but her […]

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