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Cherokee Fading Voices Demonstration Day
Truth Time for Sand Creek Museum Exhibit
Chickasaw Nation Ready for Elections
#Proud2BIndigenous Day 4: Food
First Nation's PowWow Grounds Desecrated
Pueblo’s Rules Take a Back Seat
Obama Increases Disaster Assistance
Octagon Earthworks Open House
Best Indian Food 2013: Slow-Cooked Soup
Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month
Elijah Harper Laid to Rest
Nevada's Indian Territory Exhibit Opens
Second Annual Oklahoma Slam
Red, White, Black and Blue
'Tonto's Giant Nuts' feat. Johnny Depp
Tribal Programs Cited for Innovation
Biden Credits Community with NTC Success
U.S. House Acts to Help Native Veterans
Jack Gladstone, Haida Dancers in Idaho
WI School District Drops Native Logo
Things About Skins
Iconic Earthrise Photo Animated—See What the Astronauts Saw
April 25, 2012
The photograph titled “Earthrise,” taken on Christmas Eve 1968, is credited with sparking the environmental movement and inspiring Earth Day , which was declared in 1972...
Lyrid Meteor Shower Under Dark New-Moon Skies, Plus Mars and Saturn
April 21, 2012
It's a veritable sky party on the night of April 21, as 15–20 or even more Lyrid meteors shower down hourly upon the skies of Mother Earth...
Spectacular Solar Flare Jets Away From Earth But Provides Captivating Video
April 17, 2012
Instruments of the U.S...
Time Lapse: Exploding Aurora, Sweeping Milky Way, Shooting Stars
April 07, 2012
This stunning time-lapse video of the skies over Mother Earth is reminiscent of last year's captivating views of the Milky Way ...
Mother Earth Socked With Solar Storm; Will Jazz Aurora, May Disrupt Grid
March 07, 2012
The sun has unleashed a solar flare of the magnitude that glanced off Earth’s northern magnetic pole in late January, NASA scientists say—only this one is headed straight toward us...
Aurora Borealis Over Turtle Island From Space, and a Mystery Solved (Maybe)
February 28, 2012
It took 25,000 supercomputer processors and 11 days to calculate the motions of 180 billion simulated electromagnetic particles in space...
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...
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...
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...
At Northwest Indian College, It's Rocket Science, as Students Apply Learning to Competing
February 07, 2012
The clichéd exhortation to “reach for the stars!” has taken on new, practical meaning as students at Northwest Indian College (NWIC), located within the Lummi Nation, in Bellingham...
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Three Years in Three Minutes: Whirling Sun Sparks and Flares in Entrancing Video
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