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'Manhattanhenge' Sends Golden Rays Shooting Across Lenape Territory
May 30, 2012
Twice a year the sun's golden orb shines straight down Manhattan’s east-west streets in New York City, shooting rays from the Hudson to the East rivers, framed by skyscrapers much ...
Transit of Venus and the Mayans
June 04, 2012
It will be an astronomical spectacle for the ages. On June 5 and 6, Venus will undergo a solar transit—for the last time in our lives...
Moon and Mars Neck and Neck on Memorial Day
May 28, 2012
Mars, known as the war planet in some parts, will offer a fitting tribute in the skies this Memorial Day...
Solar Eclipse Was Viewed by Some Traditional Navajo, While Youngsters Observed Taboo
May 26, 2012
In a surprise twist, traditional Navajo people watched the annular solar eclipse and some young people did not, experts said after the May 20 celestial ring of fire event ...
Millions Watch Ring of Fire Solar Eclipse Worldwide as Moon Devours Sun (Photos)
May 21, 2012
Eclipse glasses flew off shelves, people flocked to eclipse viewing parties, and others watched online...
How to Watch a Solar Eclipse, If You Are So Inclined
May 20, 2012
Eclipse viewing is considered taboo in many indigenous cultures, most notably among the Navajo in the U.S., since the path of the May 20 annular eclipse falls directly across the t...
Avert Your Eyes: Eclipse Viewing Taboo in Navajo and Other Cultures
May 19, 2012
While millions around the world will flock to view the annular solar eclipse on Sunday at sunset, many who are smack in the middle of its shadowy path will avert their eyes...
'Extreme Stargazing' on Deck for September Hard-Core Sky Watchers
September 01, 2012
Summer is fading into fall, and nights are lengthening as Mother Earth’s axis tilts back toward the winter solstice...
Canada and U.S. Among Top 10 Fossil-Fuel Gluttons: WWF
May 15, 2012
Canada is one of the world’s most gluttonous consumers of climate-changing fossil fuels, the World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) said on Tuesday, with an ecological footprint per avera...
Annular Solar Eclipse Will Wow Many as It Slices Through Indian Country
May 17, 2012
On May 20 a great celestial event will take place: The moon will obscure the sun—almost...
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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
One Annular Sensation: Ring of Fire Eclipse Livestreaming From Australia—See it Right Here, Right Now
Jupiter and Tender Crescent Moon Flirt Chastely on Mother’s Day
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