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Sun Flipping Out, Magnetically Speaking
The sun is flipping out. Magnetically, that is. Every 11...
To Boldly Go: Voyager 1 Has Left Our Solar System, Study Says
In the ongoing debate over whether Voyager 1 has actually...
‘Fireball Champions,’ Earth Grazers: Perseid Meteors Set Sky Ablaze
The best meteor show of the year is here, and it promises...
Shooting Stars, Comets and Planets, Oh My! August Skies Full of Fire
August is upon us, and the fireballs have already started....
Driven Crazy By the Moon: Why Our Lunar Obsession Continues
Exactly 44 years ago, on July 20, 1969, the human race...
The World's Best View: 5 Things That Seeing Earth From Outer Space Can Teach Us
The sight of Mother Earth hanging out there all exposed and...
Smallest Full Moon of Year Packs an Icy Punch, in Any Language
Bracketed by the Geminid meteor shower and the Winter Solstice, the December full moon bids farewell to 2013 as the smallest one of the year...
Geminid Fireballs Shower Sky With Holiday Lights
The flashiest meteor shower of the year is upon us, and there is a chance to see it without the intrusion of a waxing gibbous moon...
Comet ISON Is Dead, but December Skies Still Sparkle
Comet ISON may have broken up as it grazed the sun, but the skies are still starry, Venus is bright, and there’s a meteor shower in store...
Comet ISON: Dead or Alive? Astronomers Still Don’t Know
Comet ISON is dead! Long live comet ISON!...
Thanksgiving in Space: A Chickasaw Eats From Can, Floating in Corner
On Thanksgiving Day in 2002, Mission Specialist John B. Herrington, Chickasaw, was looking down on Mother Earth—and his family—from space...
Comet ISON Right on Time for Thanksgiving Rendezvous With Sun
Comet ISON is on the home stretch, rocketing toward the sun for its Thanksgiving rendezvous with the roiling orb...
Native History: Astronaut John B. Herrington, Chickasaw, Becomes First American Indian in Space
Liftoff on November 23, 2002, set in motion a lot more than space shuttle Endeavour for NASA astronaut John Herrington, Chickasaw...
More Meteors! Leonid Shower Strives to Outshine Full Moon
Like the Orionids in October, the Leonid meteor shower will have to fight the light of the full moon...
Shooting Stars for Veterans Day: Taurid Meteors Honor Our Warriors
The very skies are set to honor veterans on their day this year, as the North Taurid meteor shower descends, peaking late in the night of November 11 into November 12...
CBS Honors Chickasaw Astronaut John Herrington for Heritage Month
John Herrington, Chickasaw, was the first American Indian to take to the stars when he blasted off in the Space Shuttle Endeavour in November 2002...
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