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Mercury's poles might be icier than thought  

The scorching hot surface of Mercury seems like an unlikely place to find ice, but a new study suggests there's even more there than scientists previously thought.

2017-09-21 12:54:05
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More evidence of water on Mars  

Planetary researchers say a large sedimentary basin, named Aeolis Dorsa, contains some of the planet's most spectacular and densely packed river deposits.

2017-09-21 04:19:40
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Equinox moon and Jupiter next few days  

It'll be tough to catch the crescent moon and Jupiter from northerly latitudes. Much easier from southerly latitudes! Watch for these bright worlds, west after sunset.

2017-09-21 01:33:45
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Sun on the sky’s equator  

Another great explanation of Friday's equinox - plus beautiful graphics - from astronomer Guy Ottewell.

2017-09-21 01:16:17
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Zap! Biologist measures electric eel's shock on his own arm  

The shock from a young electric eel feels like touching a horse fence. This biologist knows, because he stuck his arm into an eel tank 10 times to measure the shock.

2017-09-20 06:35:55
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Aging star blows off smoky bubble  

A strikingly beautiful view of a delicate bubble of expelled material around the exotic red star U Antliae helps astronomers understand how stars evolve during the later stages of their life-cycles.

2017-09-20 06:01:29
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Triple lightning hits the sea  

Roberto Porto captured this image on September 15. He's on the island of Tenerife, one of Spain's Canary Islands, off West Africa.

2017-09-20 03:25:56
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2017  

Which one would you choose?

2017-09-19 03:13:57
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Dust devils on Earth and Mars  

Researchers spent 5 years studying dust devils in earthly deserts. They said their research has implications for climate and weather on both Earth and Mars and for human health.

2017-09-18 06:43:26
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Day and night exactly equal at equinoxes?  

On the day of an equinox, the center of the sun would set about 12 hours after rising - given a level horizon, as at sea, and no atmospheric refraction.

2017-09-18 02:58:07
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How to see binocular comet C/2017 O1  

Long-period comet C/2017 O1 - a visitor from the Oort Comet Cloud - is becoming visible in small telescopes and binoculars. This post includes charts that can help you find it.

2017-09-17 13:43:55
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Astronomers find a pitch-black planet  

Exoplanet WASP-12b has the unique capability to trap 94 percent of the visible starlight falling into its atmosphere. The result is a world as black as fresh asphalt.

2017-09-17 13:28:45
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Occultations galore on September 18  

It'll be the first time since 2008 that the moon occults - or covers over - 3 planets in less than a day. For good measure, the moon also occults a bright star, Regulus.

2017-09-17 06:55:49
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See it! Dance of planets before dawn  

Mars emerged in the east before dawn last week, to meet Mercury below bright Venus. Photos here from the EarthSky community. Thanks to all who submitted! Check back for more ...

2017-09-17 05:27:15
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Lake Louise  

"The smoke from a wildfire created a great mood."

2017-09-17 02:38:34
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Moon and Venus next 2 mornings  

They're the sky's 2 brightest objects after the sun, and they're near each other Monday and Tuesday mornings.

2017-09-16 03:51:14
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Outer space  

"I'm a daydreamer and a nightthinker," wrote photographer Manuel Dietrich.

2017-09-16 03:48:57
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Venus’ mysterious night side revealed  

Researchers using Venus Express spacecraft data report "stationary waves" and slowly moving features in the planet's upper clouds, during Venus' long and mysterious night.

2017-09-16 02:48:47
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Mercury/Mars conjunction before sunrise  

No matter where you live worldwide, an imaginary line from the moon through brilliant Venus - in the east before dawn - points in the general direction of Mercury and Mars.

2017-09-15 05:49:58
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More Cassini legacy: Titan's bonkers atmosphere  

Cassini's legacy will endure. Click for a video about the atmosphere of Saturn's large moon Titan, which might resemble that of an early Earth.

2017-09-15 05:23:34
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Juno sees Jupiter up-close and personal  

A series of images from the Juno spacecraft's 8th close flyby of the gas giant planet

2017-09-14 08:50:38
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Moon and the Twins next few mornings  

Enjoy the moon and Gemini stars, Castor and Pollux, Friday and Saturday mornings. These 2 stars aren't really twins, but they're noticeably bright and close together on the sky's dome.

2017-09-14 06:32:06
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Natural selection happening now in humans, say scientists  

Comparing genomes of more than 200,000 people, researchers identified genetic variants that are less common in older people, suggesting natural selection continues to weed out disadvantageous traits.

2017-09-14 05:22:35
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Irma turns Caribbean islands brown  

Wow. Check out these satellite images of Caribbean islands before and after Hurricane Irma

2017-09-13 15:55:37
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Cassini now in final approach to Saturn  

Click for links to the last raw images gathered by Cassini prior to Friday's plunge into Saturn, and to learn how to follow the mission's fiery end online.

2017-09-13 14:28:40
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Does organic material in comets predate our solar system?  

"If cometary organic molecules were indeed produced in interstellar space—and if they played a role in the emergence of life on our planet—might they not also have seeded life on many other planets of our galaxy?"

2017-09-13 06:38:13
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Farthest lunar perigee on September 13  

The moon reaches perigee - its closest point to Earth - once each month. Today's perigee is the most distant one of 2017.

2017-09-13 02:18:54
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Openings in Antarctic sea ice influence global climate  

Heat escaping through openings in sea ice influences sea and atmospheric temperatures and wind patterns around the globe - even rainfall around the tropics, says new study.

2017-09-13 02:03:25
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Our Age of Humans in a galactic context  

A proposed new classification system - somewhat like the well-known Kardashev scale for classifying extraterrestrial civilizations - and a new way of thinking about human sustainability on Earth.

2017-09-12 06:24:28
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Last night’s moon over Freedom Tower  

Photo taken from Exchange Place, Jersey City, New Jersey.

2017-09-12 01:10:31
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Another X-flare from the sun  

We're near solar minimum, but the sun has been active! Click here for a video of solar flares so far in September, 2017 and for news for the sun's most recent X-flare.

2017-09-12 01:01:58
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Pluto craft wakes from hibernation today  

And last week mission scientists filed a flight plan for New Horizons' next flyby - of the Kuiper Belt object 2014 MU69 - in early 2019. It'll be farthest encounter yet between an earthly spacecraft and distant solar system body.

2017-09-11 06:44:09
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Most detailed color images of Saturn’s rings, ever  

As we prepare to say goodbye to Cassini at Saturn - one of the longest-running and most awesome space missions ever - here's yet another first, a finely seen section of Saturn's inner-central B Ring, in natural color.

2017-09-11 04:19:56
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NASA ponders Saturn mission legacy  

A statement from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory on Cassini mission success at Saturn, and on where solar system exploration will go from here.

2017-09-11 04:17:43
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Cassini makes ‘goodbye kiss’ flyby of Titan  

NASA said Cassini's final flyby of Titan - Saturn's large moon - went as planned. The spacecraft is now on a course that'll take it inside Saturn's atmosphere, for a fiery end to its mission, on September 15.

2017-09-11 02:35:45
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Ultraviolet light key to life search, too?  

Too little UV light, and life might not ever start. Too much, in the form dramatic UV flares from stars, and the atmospheres of orbiting planets might undergo damage.

2017-09-10 13:50:29
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Will you see the moon hide Aldebaran?  

If you see a bright star right next to the moon, that'll be Aldebaran. If you don't see it, it might be behind the moon! Meanwhile, we all can see the moon traveling in front of Aldebaran's constellation, Taurus the Bull.

2017-09-10 03:44:22
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X-rays astronomers explore possible planet-hosting stars  

Young stars blast the space around themselves with energetic radiation, which could prevent life from gaining a foothold on orbiting planets. X-ray astronomers explored how quickly the stars settle down.

2017-09-10 01:35:50
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See Mercury and Regulus below Venus?  

Elusive Mercury and star Regulus near each other before sunrise. They're below bright Venus, close to the sunrise point on the horizon. With each passing morning, both star and planet will get a little easier to see ...

2017-09-09 06:03:58
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What drives Jupiter’s brightest auroras?  

The sun drives Earth's auroras. But Jupiter's brightest auroras may stem from processes within the giant planet.

2017-09-09 02:56:54
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Last night was fantastic for auroras  

Space weather forecaster predicted the possibility of strong geomagnetic storms, resulting in a strong display of the auroras, or northern lights … and they were right!

2017-09-08 09:29:48
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Pluto features get names  

The 14 geological features are the first to be officially named, following the New Horizons spacecraft's close flyby of Pluto in July 2015.

2017-09-08 04:56:05
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Moon and Uranus in Pisces September 8  

The waning gibbous moon and Uranus, 7th planet outward from the sun, float in front of the delicate constellation Pisces the Fishes on September 8.

2017-09-08 03:34:38
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How nuclear war would affect Earth’s climate  

The climatic effect of a large-scale conflict "... would be similar to that of the giant meteor believed to be responsible for the extinction of the dinosaurs. This time, we would be the dinosaurs."

2017-09-08 02:19:52
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Giant sunspots, solar flares, aurora alert!  

Sunwatchers are still tracking those 2 large sunspot groups making their way across the Earth-facing side of the sun. Then yesterday there was an X-flare! Watch for possible auroras.

2017-09-07 11:54:22
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How to see the Great Square of Pegasus  

It's easy! The Great Square of Pegasus consists of 4 stars of nearly equal brightness that make a large square pattern.

2017-09-07 07:31:35
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Asteroid spacecraft to slingshot past Earth  

NASA's asteroid sample return mission, OSIRIS-REx, will pass about 11,000 miles (17,000 km) above Earth just before 16:52 p.m. UTC on Friday, September 22.

2017-09-07 05:22:48
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Human antidepressants found in brains of Great Lakes fish  

"Fish are receiving this cocktail of drugs 24 hours a day, and we are now finding these drugs in their brains."

2017-09-07 03:12:50
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See an extra red moon or sun this week?  

If you live in the U.S. or Canada, a peculiarly red moon - or very spectacular sunrise or sunset - might be due to smoke from wildfires. Click in for images from Earth and space.

2017-09-06 11:38:57
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Harvey churned up, cooled down Gulf water  

These maps show how the deluge of fresh rainwater and ocean mixing from hurricane Harvey combined to dramatically alter the surface waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

2017-09-06 02:27:41
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Full Corn Moon on September 6  

That's September 6 at 7:03 UTC. So the crest of the moon's full phase may have already passed, for you. Still, we all can enjoy this 3rd and final full moon of northern summer (southern winter) tonight.

2017-09-06 01:49:07
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Saturn riding the Dark Horse  

In this project nightflight image, the Dark Horse Nebula has a rider. Turn sideways to see Saturn riding on the horse's neck.

2017-09-06 01:20:24
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Harvest Moon on September 5-6?  

The moon turns full on September 6, 2017 at 7:03 UTC. For us in the Americas, our fullest moon comes on the night of September 5. Is it a Harvest Moon? Read on.

2017-09-05 06:13:42
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Artificial intelligence probes gravity’s lens  

Researchers at SLAC and Stanford have been using brain-mimicking neural networks to analyze the spacetime distortions of gravitational lenses. They say their analysis is 10 million times faster than before.

2017-09-05 04:10:16
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How many house-sized NEOs?  

A new study shows house-sized NEOs - Near-Earth Objects - to be 10 times fewer than studies had indicated. Still, there are some 3.5 million NEOs larger than 10 meters across.

2017-09-05 02:09:23
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Millions of stars  

This image sequence from ESA's billion-star surveyor - Gaia - looks toward the center of our Milky Way galaxy and captures some 2.8 million stars.

2017-09-04 09:22:01
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Earth passing between Neptune and sun  

We're closest to Neptune for 2017 on September 4. Neptune's opposition - when it's 180 degrees from the sun on the sky's dome - is one day later, on September 5. You need optical aid to spot it. Links to charts here.

2017-09-04 06:33:50
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A new look at ocean worlds  

Here's how the James Webb Space Telescope - successor to Hubble, due to launch in 2018 - will study Jupiter's moon Europa and Saturn's moon Enceladus.

2017-09-04 03:49:05
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Autumn is coming!  

The start of September means that autumn is just around the corner. Manish Mamtani took this shot in September 2016 in Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming.

2017-09-03 05:15:06
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Milky Way over Cape Hatteras lighthouse  

John Entwistle captured this shot in mid-August on North Carolina's Cape Hatteras.

2017-09-02 06:40:08
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Alien seekers report 15 more fast radio bursts  

Breakthrough Listen - an initiative to find signs of intelligent life in the universe - used the Green Bank Telescope to observe the bursts from the mysterious distant object known as FRB 121102.

2017-09-02 06:12:40
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First hints of water on TRAPPIST-1 planets  

A new Hubble Space Telescope study suggests that there might be substantial amounts of water on the outer earth-sized planets orbiting nearby dwarf star TRAPPIST-1.

2017-09-01 11:40:09
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Venus and bright stars, east before sunup  

From our friend Tom Wildoner, a single shot of the morning stars in the sunrise direction. He added labels to help you identify some of the brighter objects on your morning commute!

2017-09-01 05:31:08
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September’s birthstone is the sapphire  

Like the ruby, the sapphire is a form of the mineral corundum, a normally drab grey mineral.

2017-09-01 02:58:21
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Pluto in moon’s direction September 1  

On September 1, both the moon and dwarf planet Pluto lie in front of the constellation Sagittarius the Archer.

2017-09-01 01:01:48
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Exploring the triggers of cosmic disaster  

A new study uses data from ESA's Gaia satellite to give the first systematic estimate of how often passing stars nudge comets from the Oort Cloud and send them plunging toward the inner solar system.

2017-08-31 05:41:17
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Cassini plunges into Saturn September 15  

The Cassini spacecraft's mission-ending dive into the atmosphere of Saturn is coming up. Here are the mission milestones for the coming 2+ weeks.

2017-08-31 04:57:06
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Capricornus? Here's your constellation  

No matter where you live worldwide, Capricornus the Sea-goat climbs highest in the sky in early September. How to see it, and how a sea-goat came to reside among the stars.

2017-08-31 04:33:03
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Arc to Arcturus and spike to Spica  

In 2017, the bright planet Jupiter guides your eye to the star Spica. Yet, in any year, you can find Spica - and another bright star, Arcturus - via the Big Dipper.

2017-08-31 04:04:35
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After Harvey, a fire ant raft in Texas  

A mass of live fire ants floating on the Texas flood.

2017-08-31 02:30:39
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When is the Harvest Moon in 2017?  

In 2017, the autumnal equinox for the Northern Hemisphere comes on September 22. Official Harvest Moon is October 5, but the September 5-6 full moon shares the characteristics of a Harvest Moon.

2017-08-30 10:41:22
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Earliest flying mammals discovered  

Two 160 million-year-old fossils discovered in China are the oldest known mammal gliders. "These Jurassic mammals are truly 'the first in glide.'"

2017-08-30 06:15:48
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Asteroid 3122 Florence this week  

This large asteroid will sweep closest to Earth on September 1. It's big enough to be seen in small telescopes, and maybe even in binoculars, as a small, very slow-moving "star."

2017-08-29 11:27:50
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Moon, Antares, Saturn on August 29  

Last night's moon was sweeping past Antares. Now the moon is edging closer to Saturn. Watch for the triangle of these 3 objects in your evening sky.

2017-08-29 06:34:20
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Old Faithful geyser at night  

"Watching it from such a close distance is a magical experience!"

2017-08-29 05:26:14
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Floods: Not just a coastal issue  

As Hurricane Harvey shows, flooding can happen wherever large storms stall and dump lots of rain. A new study finds development is increasing in flood zones far from any coast.

2017-08-29 04:32:15
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Dark for 2 years after dino-killing asteroid?  

Can you imagine a sky so laden with soot that all of Earth stayed dark for 2 years? New research suggests it happened, at the end of the age of the dinosaurs.

2017-08-28 13:38:32
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Mystery of high-energy cosmic rays  

Hold out your hand for 10 seconds. A dozen electrons and muons just zipped through your palm. These cosmic rays, scientists believe, come from violent explosions in deep space.

2017-08-28 11:07:18
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5-hour pinhole exposure of total eclipse  

This is a long-exposure photo of the sun, moving across the sky on August 21, 2017. Ian Hennes captured it with a lensless pinhole camera, in this case a beer can. It shows the total eclipse!

2017-08-28 06:43:40
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Moon and star Antares on August 28  

Tonight - August 28, 2017 - let the moon be your guide to the red star Antares. The humongous size of this red supergiant star is truly difficult to fathom!

2017-08-28 01:48:34
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Jurassic Park 5 – The Eclipse!  

Just kidding. There's really no movie by this name. But there should be, don't you think? Photo by Fred Espenak, aka Mr. Eclipse.

2017-08-27 03:11:50
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Confused sunflowers during eclipse  

A solar eclipse causes changes in the sun and sky, in the illumination of the landscape around you, in animals and in plants! Here's how sunflowers in Ontario, Canada reacted.

2017-08-26 03:30:30
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Hidden river once flowed under Antarctica  

"Ice, by itself, is only capable of flowing at velocities of no more than tens of meters per year. That means the ice is being helped along. It's sliding on water or mud or both."

2017-08-25 09:27:29
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Moon, Jupiter, Spica again on August 25  

Charts showing how to spot them on August 25, 2017, plus an explanation of Jupiter's movement in front of the stars, as this outer planet and Earth both orbit the sun.

2017-08-25 05:59:51
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Crescent suns in downtown Portland  

Crescent suns - created via the pinhole effect - on buildings in downtown Portland, Oregon during the eclipse. Cool photo and an awesome effect to watch for during eclipses!

2017-08-25 05:12:51
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Space station transits sun during eclipse  

There was only one spot on Earth where you could catch the International Space Station crossing the sun's face during the August 21 solar eclipse. These guys saw it, and created this video.

2017-08-24 10:37:06
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Solar eclipse over Glacier National Park  

The moon laps the sun above Mount Reynolds - over Logan Pass in Glacier National Park, Montana - during Monday's 85% solar eclipse.

2017-08-24 04:28:31
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Moon, Jupiter, Spica on August 24  

Jupiter is easy to spot near the waxing moon on August 24, 2017 because it's so bright. Spica is fainter, but you'll see it as twilight deepens.

2017-08-24 02:19:02
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July 2017 tied with 2016 for hottest July  

It was another hot July. Last month was tied with July 2016 as the warmest July in the 137 years of modern record-keeping,

2017-08-23 09:17:34
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Young moon low in west after sunset  

Fresh from Monday's eclipse, the moon is now back in the west after sunset, about to sweep near the bright planet Jupiter.

2017-08-23 03:59:53
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More space views of the eclipse  

Primeval and technological wonder meet. A collection of the best images we saw, from a variety of space-based observing platforms.

2017-08-23 03:16:17
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When’s the next U.S. total solar eclipse?  

After the August 21, 2017 eclipse, the next total solar eclipse visible from North America will be April 8, 2024.

2017-08-22 01:23:44
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How ISS astronauts will see the eclipse  

Talk about a ringside seat! Can you imagine seeing a solar eclipse from the vantage point of space? Here's what the astronauts aboard the International Space Station will see.

2017-08-21 02:33:55
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Awesome eclipse photos from friends!  

We've been receiving vastly more wonderful photos of the August 21 eclipse than for any prior event. We love them all, and wish we could post them all! Hope you enjoy these select few ...

2017-08-21 01:41:24
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Total solar eclipse on August 21  

Today - August 21, 2017 - a total eclipse of the sun happens in the mainland United States for the first time since February 6, 1979.

2017-08-21 01:16:17
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Black Moon eclipse on August 21  

Black Moon is one name for the third of four new moons in a season. The August 21 new moon is the third of four new moons between the June 2017 solstice and September 2017 equinox. Voila! Black Moon eclipse.

2017-08-20 01:41:23
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How to watch a solar eclipse safely  

Safe - and unsafe - solar eclipse viewing methods. Order your eclipse glasses now!

2017-08-19 14:18:40
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Moon and Venus at dawn August 19  

Did you see the moon Friday morning? Look again Saturday, when the moon will have shifted closer to Venus, to the sunrise and to Monday's eclipse!  

2017-08-18 09:42:44
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How to watch Monday’s eclipse online  

Can't travel to the path of totality for the August 21, 2017 total solar eclipse? Never fear. You can watch online from a variety of sources.

2017-08-18 02:12:02
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Cassini prepares for last look at Titan  

Even as the long-lived Cassini spacecraft gears up for its last moments at Saturn, it's preparing for a final long-distance look at Titan, Saturn's large moon, on September 11.

2017-08-17 09:54:40
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