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Observations that were most important for Syracuse basketball versus Colgate

Syracuse, NY – The Syracuse basketball team has defeated Colgate, 70-54, in the Carrier Dome on Wednesday against a Colgate team that's not particularly geared for tall, athletic boys. (The Orange had an advantage of 34-8 points in the finish.) After ignoring Bourama Sidibe a couple of times in the first few minutes, SU players looked for him, gave him …

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Defense observations of FSU's big road victory against Boston College

No doubt, right? Florida State took care of the business today, went to Beantown and won on the Red Bandana day at Chestnut Hill in an emotionally charged environment against Boston College with 38-31. The Seminole's big offensive games will dominate the highlights, but the defense has done enough to get the result the FSU needed. But it did not …

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Worldwide observations confirm the nearby exoplanet

chart illustrating the microlens event studied in this study. Red dots indicate earlier exoplanet systems discovered by microlenses. Inset: Artistic conception of the exoplanet and its host star. Credit: The University of Tokyo Researchers using telescopes worldwide have confirmed and characterized an exoplanet surrounding a nearby star by a rare phenomenon known as gravitational microlenses. The exoplanet has a mass …

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Nearby 'Lensing' Exoplanet Discovered – Confirmed by Telescopic Observations Worldwide

Red dots indicate previous exoplanet systems discovered by microlensing. Inset: Artist's conception of the exoplanet and its host star. Credit: University of Tokyo Researchers using telescopes around the world and expressed at exoplanet orbiting a nearby star through a rare phenomenon known as gravitational microlensing. Neptune but it orbits a star lighter than the Sun at orbital radius close to …

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11 observations of the Steelers after their victory over the Chargers

The Pittsburgh Steelers, despite adversities, traveled across the country with an injury-ridden lineup, defeating the Los Angeles Chargers in a game closer to the scoreboard than on the field. You may have been able to stay relevant at AFC North. Here are some observations from the game of the sixth week: The result of the game was a surprise, if …

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New observations explain the dimming of Tabby's star

A recent Columbia study suggests that in a disk surrounding Tabby's star, dusty outer layers of ice, gas, and carbonaceous rocks accumulate and the light and the star collect block it seems to fade gradually. Picture credits: NASA / JPL-Caltech Astronomers have been looking to the skies for years, speculating on the strange blackout behavior of Tabby's star. The star, …

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Observations: Lions sit Matthew Stafford, fighting again with 30-23 defeats

HOUSTON – No Matthew Stafford. The same old problems for the Detroit Lions. Lions outperformed 113-13 in the first quarter, moving the chains in the second quarter, and did not make an offensive touchdown on Saturday night against the Houston Texans until the middle of the third quarter of 30. Zach Zenner eventually ended the touchdown drought when he hit …

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Six observations from the unofficial depth map of Oakland Raiders

The Oakland Raiders open the Saturday night in the preseason against the Los Angeles Rams, which means it's time for an unparalleled training camp tradition – the release of the team's first unofficial depth card I feel obliged to remind you once again this depth map is unofficial which means that changes are reserved, and it's almost certain that they …

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