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The Hellflowers w/ Amber Snider plus Christina (Kit) Lopez acoustic [facebook.com/events/1726702817611814]
Friday, July 15 at 8 PM
Silo's, at the Napa River Inn, 530 Main St., Napa, California 94559
[Gen. Admission $15-19] A night you don't want to miss! Making their North Bay debut and celebrating their just released EP, LA based band The Hellflowers (featuring Napa native Christina Lopez) bring their original alternative rock to Napa!
Joining them for the night will be local artist, Amber Snider.
Also, for one night only Christina will open the show with an acoustic set of some country classics with guitarist Mark Lynn of Dear County accompanying her.
Tickets available at [www.silosnapa.com]
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* "A new bio-ink for 3D printing with stem cells; Scientists at the University of Bristol have developed a new kind of bio-ink, which could eventually allow the production of complex tissues for surgical implants" (2016-06-23, bristol.ac.uk) [archive.is/v4gkp], illustration caption: An artist’s impression of bioprinting in action. It’s a rapidly emerging technique for the building of living 3D tissue constructs.
* "3D printing produces cartilage from strands of bioink" (2016-06-27, news.psu.edu) [archive.is/dwJUX]
* "The 3-D printing bubble may have burst" (2016-06-13, newsweek.com) [archive.is/Dp96N]
* "Researchers discover oldest evidence of 'farming' -- by insects; Oldest fossil evidence of agriculture, but not by humans" (2016-06-22, nsf.gov) [archive.is/PSPxA]
* "Dutch radio antenna to depart for the moon on Chinese mission" (2016-06-28, ru.nl) [archive.is/7ErMA]
* "NASA spacecraft reveals sounds made when crossing into ‘Jupiter’s home turf’ " (2016-07-01, rt.com) [archive.is/Z9cnN]
* "How much water is inside Jupiter? NASA's Juno spacecraft is about to find out" (2016-06-30, spaceflightinsider.com) [archive.is/XUSXQ]
* "Hubble captures vivid auroras in Jupiter’s atmosphere" (2016-06-30, spacetelescope.org) [archive.is/Yo2VJ]
Timelapse of Jupiter’s auroras [https://youtu.be/ihDFCs3o-gI]
* "Recent Hydrothermal Activity May Explain Ceres' Brightest Area" (2016-07-01, JPL Newswire) [archive.is/NVtIT]
* "SwRI’s Parker discovers moon over Makemake in the Kuiper Belt; Faint moon was previously obscured by the glare of the icy dwarf planet" (2016-06-27, swri.org) [archive.is/5dv2H] [begin excerpt]: A Southwest Research Institute-led team has discovered an elusive, dark moon orbiting Makemake, one of the “big four” dwarf planets populating the Kuiper Belt region at the edge of our solar system. The findings are detailed in the paper “Discovery of a Makemakean Moon,” published in the June 27 issue of Astrophysical Journal Letters.
“Makemake’s moon proves that there are still wild things waiting to be discovered, even in places people have already looked,” said Dr. Alex Parker, lead author of the paper and the SwRI astronomer credited with discovering the satellite. Parker spotted a faint point of light close to the dwarf planet using data from Hubble’s Wide Field Camera 3. “Makemake’s moon — nicknamed MK2 — is very dark, 1,300 times fainter than the dwarf planet.” [end excerpt]
* "Rotating Ring of Complex Organic Molecules Discovered around Newborn Star: Chemical Diversity in Planet Forming Regions Unveiled" (2016-06-28, alma.mtk.nao.ac.jp) [archive.is/qABfN]
* "Ancient “Deep Skull” from Borneo full of surprises; A study of the oldest modern human remains discovered in island South-East Asia has revealed this ancient person was not related to Indigenous Australians, as originally thought" (2016-06-28, newsroom.unsw.edu.au) [archive.is/DPRKl]
an agricultural terrace. These in particular are from Ollantaytambo in Southern Peru. Terrace steps are used to farm hilly or mountainous terrain. They decrease erosion and surface runoff, and support growing crops that require irrigation