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David M. Templeton—The Tech
Battery temperature gauge on left; battery capacity gauge on right. More interesting is the top-center gauge, which fills to the right when energy is being spent by the motor, and to the left when it is being regenerated by braking. A more in-depth analysis of where the power is going can be found on the center console screen.
Courtesy of Paramount Pictures and Marvel Studios
Chris Evans embodies Captain America in all of his patriotic, Nazi-crushing glory.
Manohar Srikanth—The Tech
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A player character attacks the Crestfallen Warrior in the Nexus, a hidden temple.
Connor Kirschbaum—The Tech
On Jan. 6, 2011, Aaron Swartz was seen exiting Room 16-004t, which he had allegedly been using to download millions of articles from JSTOR.
Illustration by Joanna Kao — The Tech
David M. Templeton—The Tech
The Leaf’s charging panel, underneath the Nissan badge on the front. SAE-J1772 inlet (right) for everyday AC charging, and JARI/CHAdeMO inlet (left) for high-voltage DC charging.
Fred Benenson
David M. Templeton—The Tech
The 2011 Nissan Leaf hatchback: are we ready to go all-electric?
Situation for Noon Eastern Time, Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Joanna Kao—The Tech
MIT alumni and current students line up on Sunday at the MIT Club of Boston (MIT COB) barbecue to grab food off the grill prepared by MIT COB volunteers. Over 300 people attended, and nearly 70 people volunteered for the annual event held in the courtyard of the Sidney-Pacific Graduate Residence.
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In the Stonefang Tunnel, a rock worm incinerates the players while flying bearbugs hover around it.
courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures
Ralph Fiennes in all his glory as the (noseless) Lord Voldemort in the final installment of the Harry Potter franchise.
Joanna Kao and Aislyn Schalck—The Tech