NASA proves the Sun is orange and round
Two days ago, NASA began releasing images of the Sun taken by its twin STEREO space probes. Positioned 180 degrees apart, the twin spacecraft beam back continuous streams of data about what it is seeing on the Sun. It proves what man long thought, that it’s big, orange and round. According to Angelos Vourlidas, a member of the STEREO science team at the Naval Research Lab in Washington, DC, “STEREO has revealed the sun as it really is–a sphere of hot plasma and intricately woven magnetic fields.” Shocking! Continue reading The Sun is Orange and Round
Greensound's new glass speakers: technical marvel, or all hat, no cattle?
This is one of those rare instances where I had a topic to write about, and the Interwebs failed me. When Google first rose to dominance, back when I was in University, the Internet became a magical thing that could answer any [...]
Welcome to the inaugural post of Adventures in Stereo, where we rummage through the attic of time and find random items of 2-channel audio coolness.
Today’s Adventure: The first Stereo Record
First stereo record
This “Stereophonic Demonstration Record” arrived in a coup from a small independent label, as proudly proclaimed on the back of their albums; “Audio Fidelity Records Produced and released the world’s first Stereophonic High Fidelity record (Stereodisc) in November 1957.”
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