Robert Hurt

» Auto updated continuously

Display limited to 'Robert Hurt' in document titles and meta descriptions. Display In Whole Documents or use the calendar above to adjust the date setting.

 2016-12-17 19:42 

CNN

[ US ]

Illustrators get us up close with alien planets... +

Robert Hurt and Tim Pyle have provided the world with stunning glimpses at what gravitational waves, Earth-like exoplanets and rain storms of molten iron might look like....

 2016-09-08 17:48 

IT World

50 years of Star Trek: Boldy inspiring generations of scientists... +

For Robert Hurt, some of his earliest memories are of sitting with his dad in their den watching the original Star Trek and dreaming of space travel and astronomy. Now 50 years later, Hurt is a physicist working at the California Institute of Technology o...

 2016-09-08 17:48 

CIO

50 years of Star Trek: Boldly inspiring generations of scientists... +

For Robert Hurt, some of his earliest memories are of sitting with his dad in their den watching the original Star Trek and dreaming of space travel and astronomy. Now 50 years later, Hurt is a physicist working at the California Institute of Technology o...

 2016-07-13 19:30 

Washington Examiner

GOP lawmaker: Obama reaped 'what he sowed' in Dallas shootings... +

A Republican congressman from Virginia said Tuesday that President Obama has reaped what he sowed with the attack that left five police officers dead in Dallas last week.Rep. Robert Hurt, R-Va., made the comments in an interview on The John Fredericks Sho...

 2016-02-17 21:23 

Popular Science

Gravitational Waves Inspire 'Modernist' Chef Myhrvold To Make Soup Bowls... +

courtesy Modernist Cuisine Gravitational Wave Bowl When many of us first heard about gravitational waves and saw Robert Hurt's dramatic depiction of those undulations in the fabric of spacetime caused by the mammoth collision of a pair of black...

 2016-01-22 20:50 

Popular Science

Can There Really Be A Planet In Our Solar System That We Don't Know About?... +

Robert Hurt A mysterious planet might lurk on the edge of our solar system Scientists have long suspected that our solar system might harbor a hidden planet. Now, after decades of searching, they may be on to something. This week, in The Astro...

  • Need an account?  
    or