The Week In Numbers: Sea Monkey Zaps, Quadrocopter Conundrums, And Chemical Compression
Also: Free bison
160 times: Oxygen compression of this chemical versus ambient air, which researcher hope could render the SCUBA tank obsolete.
80 cm: resolution of a new Chinese imaging satellite, CHEOS, their most powerful yet.
63 years: time since a cloud was last added to the World Meteorological Organization’s Cloud Atlas. But enthusiasts expect a new one to be added soon.
(GIF cut from video by Alex Schueth)
1 trillion: watts of power sea monkeys may be pumping into the oceans, enough to impact the climate.
Sea Monkey Swirls.
145: Bison from Yellowstone National Park up for grabs in a bid to save their lives.
**2000 lbs: **weight of just one bison.
Oh give me a home…
1000 times: magnification of this 3D-printed smartphone microscope.
DIY Microscope at Work
12 to 18: people believed to be at risk from the American Ebola patient.
21: days until patients under observation can be cleared.
1: number of shotguns used by this New Jersey man to bring down his neighbors drone.