Dailygalaxy.Com: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Dailygalaxy.Com related to Solar. This domain may have published content supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this domain as having published content suggesting contextual association with Solar.

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At-A-Glance Vitals

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All Media Count   290
News Count (W/Clustered)   242 (83.45%)
Distinct Stories   145
Blog Count   46 (15.86%)
Tweet Count   1 (0.34%)
Shared Tweet Count   1
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   1.88
Combined Polarization   5.17
Combined Activity   0.96
Combined Personalization   0.96
News Tone   1.88
Blog Tone   1.82
Tweet Tone   5.00
First Seen   6/11/2011
Last Seen   12/28/2013
News/Social Ratio  83.45%
Attention/Loyalty  159 / 2987 days (5.32%)
Domain Type   News
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Category Breakdown
Articles on this domain fall into the following system categories:

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3.12% (9)
12.85% (37)
23.96% (69)

Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles from this domain: (Click on any country to view its profile) [Help]

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Related People

The following names occur in articles from this domain:

Britney Schmidt   3.10% (9)
Eric Christian   2.76% (8)
David Mccomas   2.76% (8)
Jonathan Lunine   2.76% (8)
Haolan Tang   2.41% (7)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles from this domain:

European Space Agency   20.00% (58)
Goddard Space Flight Center   15.52% (45)
Research Institute   7.24% (21)
University Of Arizona   6.55% (19)
Harvard-Smithsonian Center   6.21% (18)

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Related Worldwide Cities

The following cities worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

Washington, District Of Columbia, United States   5.17% (15)
San Antonio, Texas, United States   5.17% (15)
Chicago, Illinois, United States   4.48% (13)
Santa Cruz, California, United States   3.45% (10)
Goddard, Maryland, United States   3.10% (9)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles from this domain:
United States   6.55% (155)
Chile   6.55% (21)
Japan   6.55% (21)
Antarctica   6.55% (16)
Italy   6.55% (16)

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Related Global Regions

The following regions worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

Lazio, Italy   2.41% (7)
Israel (General), Israel   1.72% (5)
Oc,    1.38% (4)
British Columbia, Canada   1.03% (3)
London, City Of, United Kingdom   1.03% (3)

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Related US States

The following US states occur in articles from this domain:

California, United States   18.97% (55)
Maryland, United States   11.03% (32)
Arizona, United States   10.34% (30)
Texas, United States   8.62% (25)
Washington, United States   6.55% (19)

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Outlet Location Countries

United States   6.55% (47)
Seychelles   6.55% (7)
Belgium   6.55% (6)
Canada   6.55% (5)
India   6.55% (3)

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The following Twitterers tweet links from this domain

marvi0815   0.34% (1)[Profile]

Clustered Twitterers

The following Twitterers tend to tweet copies of the same story from other domains:

marvi0815   0.34% (1)[Profile]


Top News Outlets

Articles from this domain tend to be republished by the following news outlets:

Dailygalaxy.Com   50.00% (145)
Phys.Org   4.83% (14)
Sciencecodex.Com   2.76% (8)
Spaceref.Com   2.41% (7)
Spacefellowship.Com   2.07% (6)

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Top Blogs

Articles from this domain tend to be republished by the following blogs:

Dailygalaxy.Com   15.86% (46)

News Articles

All 242 news articles:


"Entire Solar Systems are Needed to Kick-Start Life" (A 2013 Most Popular)

...... Solar systems are needed to generate life, not just terrestrial planets with water. Life probably needs a solar system similar to our own to start, although autogenic processes --where something in life is created spontaneously with self assembly-- could still occur in a system that only has gas giants. There is evidence that life on Earth could not have started without the other ......

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Two Alien Water-World Planets --"Unlike Anything in Our Solar System"

...... "These planets are unlike anything in our solar system. They have endless oceans," said lead author Lisa Kaltenegger of the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy and the CfA. "There may be life there, but could it be technology-based like ours? Life on these worlds would be under water with no easy access to metals, to electricity, or fire for metallurgy.Nonetheless, these worlds will ......

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Life from Earth Could Have Hitched Ride to Moons of Jupiter, Saturn |

...... life on Earth. The discovery of organisms on Earth that can survive in environments once thought too harsh for life has piqued interest over whether the moons in the outer reaches of the solar system, such as Jupiter's moon Europa or Saturn's moon Titan, could host life. "There have been previous simulations looking at transfer between Earth and Mars, but we wanted to scale the ......

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Spectacular Starburst Galaxy M82 --"Harbors an Unknown Object That First Appeared in 2009"

...... a speed of about a half a million miles per hour, sweeping it up from the central regions and depositing it far and wide over the galaxy and beyond.The contents of this material are seeds for solar systems like our own, and perhaps for life itself. The dusty superwind glows brightly in the infrared, because billions of bright, newly-formed stars heat it up. "The wind is found to originate ......

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Odd Planet Found --"Unlike Anything in Our Solar System"

...... Weighing in at 11 times Jupiter's mass and orbiting its star at 650 times the average Earth-Sun distance, planet HD 106906 b is unlike anything in our own Solar System and throws a wrench in planet formation theories. An international team of astronomers, led by a University of Arizona graduate student, has discovered the most distantly orbiting planet found to date around a single, ......

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Blog Posts

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NASA Captures Natural-Color Images of Saturn, Titan and Enceladus --"One of the Most Accessible Extraterrestrial Habitable Zones in the Solar System"

...... and partially sunlit Enceladus below. The Saturnian moon is covered in ice that reflects sunlight similar to freshly fallen snow, making Enceladus one of the most reflective objects in the solar system. The blue color in this false-color image indicates larger-than-average ice particles. The moon's surface is decorated with fractures, folds and ridges caused by tectonic stresses. ......

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"Most Popular Image of 2013" --A Spectacular Meteor Streaking Through the Aurora Borealis

...... start about 93 million miles away, on the sun. An aurora borealis (aurora australis in the Southern Hemisphere) is precipitated by explosions on the surface of the sun, sometimes starting as solar flares, according to Robert Nemiroff, an astrophysicist at Michigan Technological University. These flares release a burst of charged particles, or plasma, into the solar system. When they come ......

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Origin of Sunspot Cycles Observed --"Flow of Massive Convection Cells 200,000 Kilometers in Diameter"

...... paper publishedin the journal Science, Hathaway details how, in the summer of 2013, he and co-authors Lisa Upton and Owen Colegrove used data from the Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager on NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory to observe the movement of giant convection cells. The observatory was launched in February 2010. "The key to this was that we were able to get continuous observations that ......

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Colossal Cosmic Accelerator Discovered Hovering Above Earth

...... gun" of a planetary scale process that accelerates particles to speeds close to the speed of light within the Van Allen radiation belt. Mann says this particle accelerationderiving energy from solar flares or eruptions and carried through space on a solar windexists in the region of space dominated by the Earth's magnetic field, where satellites fly, known as the magnetosphere. The discovery is ......

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New Star System Similar to Ours --"We Cannot Stress Just How Important This Discovery Is"

...... the most extensive planetary system to date that orbit star KOI-351 - with seven planets, more than in other known planetary systems arranged in a similar fashion to the eight planets in the Solar System, with small rocky planets close to the parent star and gas giant planets at greater distances. Although the planetary system around KOI-351 is packed together more tightly, "We cannot stress ......

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All 1 tweets:
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...Nine-Billion Miles from Earth: Voyager Yields a Surprise from the Edge of the Solar System

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(06/11/2011 at 01:48:03 am)
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