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  1. PHOTOVOLTAICS - HOW DO THEY WORK?

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    from Dave Thomas Liked 1,557 9 1

    Honolulu, Hawaii, June 2010. We visited the IEEE Photovoltaic conference with Jess Adams a soon to be PhD from Imperial College London where she was giving the inaugural speech of the conference.…

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    • Edwin Mutanguha '11 Salve Regina University

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      Edwin Mutanguha '11 presents his research at the RI-INBRE and RI EPSCoR Summer Undergraduate Research Fellows Conference

    • solarCircus (2010) at the 01SJ Biennial

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      from Tiffany Holmes Liked 237 3 0

      solarCircus is an interdisciplinary platform for eco-dialogue about the future of renewable energy in urban spaces. In this video documentation, a miniature city of the future displays the creative…

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      • The magnetic field of solar flares.

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        from Science News Liked 2,385 6 0

        This simulation shows the evolution of a magnetic field on the sun in response to a twisting motion applied at its base, located in the sun's visible surface or photosphere. The white field lines…

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        • Solar Low

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          from Science News Liked 920 5 0

          This video depicts the presence of the heliosphere, the magnetic bubble that is blown by the solar wind and outlines the edge of the solar system. Like a deflated tire, the heliosphere is currently…

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          • Solar Bonanza

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            from Science News Liked 12.4K 16 1

            This movie shows two events captured by the Solar Dynamics Observatory. The first is a prominence that erupted March 30, followed by a solar flare that was released by the sun April 8. Credit: NASA,…

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            • FULL SUN

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              from Science News Liked 35.5K 23 0

              This video, released February 6, is the first 360-panorama of the sun, recorded by NASA's twin STEREO craft recording the sun's back half and NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory imaging…

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              • A Very Scary Light Show: Exploding H-Bombs In Space

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                from NPR Liked 178K 254 16

                Back in 1962, the U.S. blew up a hydrogen bomb, creating what might be the greatest fireworks spectacular ever. People in Hawaii gathered on rooftops, sipping drinks, as they watched a radioactive…

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                • Solar Official Likes Ritter's Performance

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                  from Energy NOW Liked 32 1 0

                  Robert Quist, director of business development for Vibrant Solar, tells Susan McGinnis about Gov. Bill Ritter's performance on energy issues. Quist says Ritter has used a "bully pulpit"…

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                  • Pollin: 800,000 Clean Energy Jobs Possible

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                    from Energy NOW Liked 14 1 0

                    Tyler Suiters interviews Robert Pollin of the Political Economy Research Institute about the prospect of creating 800,000 clean energy jobs in the coming year. Pollin says that number, a goal of…

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                    • NREL: The Nerve Center for Renewable Research

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                      from Energy NOW Liked 41 1 0

                      George Douglas of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory tells Susan McGinnis about the different research projects that NREL scientists are working on and discusses Gov. Bill Ritter's performance…

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