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Thanks for Nothing
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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...
It’s an Equinox Thing: Springtime Zodiacal Light Is Magical at Dusk [Video]
Twice a year the night sky casts an ethereal glow known as the zodiacal light. It’s an equinox thing, occurring only in fall and spring...
Earthshine Tints Moon’s Shy Side During Pre-Dawn Tryst With Venus
Venus and the moon cannot stay away from one another, and they are at it again this week, this time in the pre-dawn sky...
Video: Primordial Yellowstone's Beauty Captured by Modern Cinematic Technology
What other language but Icelandic could capture the depths of what it's like to exist atop a volcano?...
Lunar Standstill, an Eclipse and Other Sky Delights in Store for Spring
Spring has sprung, and the moon and Venus will not wait long to get down to business. The satellite and the planet will get cozy just before dawn on March 27...
Vernal Equinox Trumps Groundhog: Spring Is Finally Here
Though belied by the continuing chill in the Northeast, the astronomical fact is irrefutable: Spring has arrived. On March 20 at exactly 12:57 p.m...
Star-Stealing Asteroid Streaks Across Sky: Watch Erigone Blot Out Regulus
At precisely 2:05 a.m...
A Trickster Moon and a Blotted-Out Star: It Must Be Spring
This weekend the moon will take on some aspects of the trickster coyote by appearing to be something it’s not—in the moon’s case, it will look full but will in actuality be just sh...
Video: Daylight Savings Time Debunked, and Don't Forget to Spring Ahead
It’s that time of year again, when the available light does not match the available heat...
Orion Sidles Westward, Portending Spring, as Moon's Shy Crescent Hovers
It might not feel like it on parts of Turtle Island, but spring is indeed just around the corner...
Moon and Venus Get Down Before Dawn as Winter Diamond Graces Night Sky
Having admired one another from afar during the early part of February—one in evening and the other in the barely nascent morning—the moon and Venus will reunite in the pre-dawn sk...
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