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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...
From Walking in Space to Walking at Graduation: Astronaut Gets His PhD
Herrington Aerospace Limited, Co.
Commander John B. Herrington, the world’s first indigenous astronaut, has added a new title to his name—Doctor of Philosophy...
Gleaming Full Snow Moon Dances With Dazzling Jupiter in Delicate Pairing
This month’s full moon, also known as the Wolf Moon, the Snow Moon and the Hunger Moon, has company...
Punxsatawney Phil Says Six More Weeks of Winter
How an animal saw its shadow in the midst of a snowstorm is anybody’s guess. But see said shadow it did, if one believes the legends...
Six Supermoons, Four Eclipses and Planetary Parties! Sizzling Skies in 2015
The year 2015 is truly mystical for astronomical happenings: Six supermoons, four eclipses and lots of planetary canoodling will make for some sizzling skies...
The Boy Next Door: Venus Nuzzles Mercury in Rare Horizon Tryst
Hot, steamy Venus and fleet-footed Mercury don’t often canoodle, but these neighbors are hunkering down for a weekend-long getaway edging the horizon...
Comet Lovejoy Lights January Skies, Won’t Return for 8,000 Years
It’s being called the New Year’s Comet, a fuzzy green ball named Comet Lovejoy that is cruising past Mother Earth as we speak and is scheduled to become visible to the naked eye st...
Quadrantid Meteors Shower Turtle Island With Happy New Year Greetings
The New Year’s Eve ball drop has come and gone, and now it’s time for Mother Earth to ring in 2015 her own way: The first meteor shower of the year this weekend could dazzle us wit...
Video: Watch Venus’s 2015 Canoodling Schedule, Animated
Breathlessly we wait and stare skyward for the next appearance of enigmatic Venus. Is it the morning star? The evening?...
Milky Way Over Navajo Sandstone in White Pocket Embodies the Sacred
It’s almost impossible to find, and rightly so...
Winter Solstice: Welcoming the Return of the Light Across Turtle Island
On December 21, just as the evening news is beginning, winter will be upon us. It’s the shortest day of the year, and at 6:03 p.m...
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