December 2004 in science

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December 27, 2004[edit]

  • Newly discovered observations from March 2004 rule out the possibility that asteroid 2004 MN4 (later named 99942 Apophis in July 2005) will hit Earth in 2029. (Space.com)

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December 13, 2004[edit]

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December 7, 2004[edit]

  • The Astrophysical Journal reports that the Hubble Space Telescope has spotted a galaxy that may be just 500 million years old: the youngest galaxy yet seen in the Universe. (BBC).
  • Researchers from the New York State Department of Health and State University of New York in Albany demonstrate a device which allows people to interface with a computer through thought alone. "The results show that people can learn to use scalp-recorded electroencephalogram rhythms to control rapid and accurate movement of a cursor in two directions," say Jonathan Wolpaw and Dennis McFarlane. (BBC) (National Geographic)

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