Slow Earthquakes and Supernovae
In this week's NewsFlash, we discover how storms create slow earthquakes and how a local star, Betelgeuse, could explode very soon. We also hear of an accurate way to date pottery and explore the physics of helicopter seeds. Plus, this week in Science History saw the death of John Logie Baird, pioneer of television.
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And also this week scientists have come up with a reason for you to tear up that periodic table which is on the wall of your chemistry laboratory or your school classroom, and replace it with a new one. This is because we have a new element to add to it. And here to tell us ab...
This Week in Science History saw, in 1946, the death of John Logie Baird, the pioneer of television. Sarah Castor-Perry explains more...