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Venus Transit 2012: How to View It Without Eye Damage
Hold onto those eclipse glasses or that pinhole camera!...
Transit of Venus, Hawaiian Natives and the Cosmos
It’s no accident that NASA and other institutions are broadcasting the 2012 transit of Venus from observatories on Hawaii...
Transit of Venus Online: Your Comprehensive Guide, and Yes There’s an App for That
It’s almost time! Today’s the big day, when Venus passes between Mother Earth and the sun in a unique alignment of the two planets with their star...
Transit of Venus, Lunar Eclipse, Highlight June Sky
The world is abuzz awaiting the transit of Venus that will take place on Tuesday June 5 (Wednesday June 6 if you’re in Europe, Asia, Australia or Africa)...
'Manhattanhenge' Sends Golden Rays Shooting Across Lenape Territory
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
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...
Super Moon Heading Toward Mother Earth
Everyone’s buzzing about the giant moon about to hit Earth...
How to Watch a Solar Eclipse, If You Are So Inclined
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...
Preening Venus Hovers Long Into the Night
She's known as the Morning Star or the Evening Star, and under normal circumstances Venus keeps to those times...
The Wrath of Sol: Mother Earth Could Get Socked With Violent Solar Storm by 2020
Just as California is waiting for the big earthquake, so now Mother Earth—or at least her passengers—may need to brace for a rock 'em, sock 'em solar blast bigger than the flares t...
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