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Tonight’s the Night: Crescent Moon Flirts With Venus, Jupiter; Mercury, Mars, Drop In
February 25, 2012
It has been hard to miss: All week we’ve seen Venus and Jupiter, the two brightest objects in the sky this week, edge closer and closer together...
Aurora Borealis Rocket Launch Means Cash for Alaskan Native Villagers
February 23, 2012
Alaska residents in the mainly Native town of Venetie have been offered $1,200 for information leading to a piece of fallen rocket and $500 for nose cones, doors, payloads and othe...
NASA Announces Waterworld Discovery
February 22, 2012
It’s a soupy, steamy sauna, smaller than Uranus but bigger than Mother Earth...
Tornadoes on the Sun!
February 19, 2012
They gyrate like ghostly belly dancers, wisps of plasma interweaving above them...
Three-Way in the Sky: Jupiter, Moon and Venus
February 18, 2012
The three brightest lights in the sky are not stars, but planets—Mother Earth’s very own satellite, the moon, plus Venus and Jupiter—and over the next week they will converge on on...
New Echoes of Eta Carinae Explosion Seen by Aborigines 150 Years Ago
February 16, 2012
More than 7,500 years ago Eta Carinae, one of the Milky Way’s most massive stars, belched 20 times the sun’s mass in what has come to be known as the Great Eruption...
Cosmic-Minded Inuit Chat with NASA Astronaut in Space
February 09, 2012
Inuksuk High School went cosmic on February 8 when nearly 700 students, elders and community leaders packed the auditorium to snych with astronauts on the International Space Stati...
Russian Scientists May Have Drilled Down to Antarctica's Lake Vostok, Buried for 14 Million Years
February 08, 2012
Russian scientists claim to have successfully drilled through two miles of glacial ice to reach Lake Vostok, buried under Antarctica for 14 million years...
Get Out Your Shades for the Brilliant Algonquin Snow Moon
February 07, 2012
There’s no need to keep one’s eyes peeled for tonight’s lunar phenomenon—it will be in your face with the luminescent Snow Moon, which is attracting a lot of online chatter both fo...
Football-Shaped Asteroid of Love, Eros, Is Tumbling Past Earth
February 05, 2012
The near-Earth Asteroid 433 Eros, so named upon its 1898 discovery on the same night, August 13, by Gustav Witt in Berlin and Auguste Charlois at Nice, is the first asteroid to be ...
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Flight of Fancy: What the Planets Would Look Like if They Were as Close as the Moon
Saturn, Ready for Its Closeup
Eta Aquarid Shooting Stars, Messengers From Halley's Comet, at Their Peak
Dancing With the Stars Over the Ancient City of Teotihuacan, Mexico
One Annular Sensation: Ring of Fire Eclipse Livestreaming From Australia—See it Right Here, Right Now
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