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Christmas Trees, Native Art in Santa Fe
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Thanksgiving and Hidden Heart of Evil
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Thing About Skins
Magical Morning Star Showers Valentine’s Day Lovers With Silver Light
Venus, seen by so many cultures as the planet of love, will be appropriately brilliant this week, leading up to Valentine’s Day—so bright, in fact, that sky gazers may even see a s...
Reach for the Stars: 5 Nuggets of Inspiration From Chickasaw Astronaut John Herrington
Chickasaw astronaut John B. Herrington is well known as the first American Indian to blast off into space...
Punxsutawney Phil Gets His Pre-Super Bowl 15 Minutes of Groundhog Day Fame
While everyone focuses on the Super Bowl, a diminutive mammal that gets its literal 15 minutes of fame once a year will peek out of its winter home, one state over...
Let's Get 'Sirius' About the Dog Star, Sky's Brightest Twinkler
Its name means scorching or sparkling, derived from ancient Egyptian...
Big, Icy Marble Space Photo Shows Arctic Chill Blanketing Turtle Island
We knew it was cold. But just how cold we are can now be seen from space. For the second time this winter, Arctic air has descended as far south as the southern states...
Mysterious Mercury, Invisible Super Moon Tease Sky Watchers
Elusive Mercury, usually too close to the sun to be seen, is at its most visible in the coming week...
Mother Earth's Acolyte, the Moon, Dances in Space and Time: Videos
With the full moon at its tiniest for the year in January, those among us who look forward to the luminescent, shining orb may be nostalgic for the days of the super moon...
Eclipses, Meteors, the Dance of the Planets and More in Store for 2014
Three Supermoons, the prospect of a rogue meteor shower, and some spectacular planetary canoodling are what the sky-eyed among us will be ogling in 2014...
Cosmic Irony With Earth at Perihelion, as Jupiter Closes In
Temperatures have plummeted throughout much of Turtle Island, and indeed, in Manitoba, Canada, it’s as cold as parts of Mars. We’ve never been farther from the sun. Or have we?...
Quadrantid Meteor Shower Rings in 2014, With Moon Out of the Way
With the new moon keeping the lunar light on the down-low, the first meteor shower of 2014 may just be the biggest and brightest that the upcoming year has to offer...
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