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Mercury farthest from sun July 29-30  

Look for Mercury in the western twilight, starting around 45 minutes after sunset.

2017-07-29 06:48:04
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How do jellyfish swim?  

Jellyfish float on ocean currents, but they also swim in a couple of different ways. This post has 2 videos showing 2 different jellyfish propulsion mechanisms.

2017-07-29 01:11:44
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Moon, Jupiter and Spica on July 28  

Jupiter is the brightest object in the evening sky besides the moon. Spica is a bright star in the constellation Virgo. An awesome sight!

2017-07-28 06:47:05
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Venus and the Pleiades before dawn  

Venus - the brightest planet - is in the east before dawn now. Chirag Upreti caught Venus on July 22 over Acadia National Park in Maine. The dipper-shaped cluster above it is the Pleiades, or Seven Sisters.

2017-07-27 06:56:03
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Gauging Arctic's summer sea ice melt  

This past winter, Arctic sea ice extent sank to a record low for the 3rd straight year. Now, NASA is looking at the summer melt season's impact on the Arctic's oldest, thickest sea ice.

2017-07-27 03:19:10
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We are galaxy stuff  

A new study - based on supercomputer simulations - reveals that each one of us may be made in part from matter that passes from one galaxy to another.

2017-07-26 12:17:45
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Moon and Mercury over Rome last night  

The moon and Mercury - innermost planet of our solar system - had a great meeting these past hours. Here, Gianluca Masi of the Virtual Telescope Project presents some shots capturing this exclusive show, hanging over the skyline of Rome.

2017-07-26 09:23:10
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Watch launch of new ISS crew July 28  

Live launch coverage from Kazakhstan begins at 10:45 a.m. EDT (14:45 UTC). You can also watch the spacecraft dock with the ISS, starting at 5:15 p.m. EDT (21:15 UTC).

2017-07-26 07:51:49
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Awesome beauty of the Eagle Nebula  

The Eagle Nebula - aka Messier 16 or M16 - is home to several famous structures, including the Pillars of Creation and the Stellar Spire.

2017-07-26 01:15:06
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How many distant comets?  

Mysterious long-period comets might be much more common - and bigger - than astronomers thought. 

2017-07-25 09:12:51
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Close shave from an undetected asteroid  

Whoosh! Astronomers discovered a small asteroid - now designated as asteroid 2017 OO1 - on July 23. That was 3 days after it passed 1/3 the moon's distance from Earth.

2017-07-25 08:23:54
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Moon, Mercury, Regulus rendezvous  

You'll need a clear sky and an unobstructed western horizon to catch the planet Mercury with the star Regulus, so near the sunset glare. But the moon - and bright planet Jupiter - will help!

2017-07-25 06:38:36
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Haze on Saturn’s horizon  

Spectacular recent image from the Cassini spacecraft, now in its Grand Finale year around Saturn, taken from just above Saturn's cloudtops, showing haze on the planet's horizon.

2017-07-25 01:56:32
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How to watch Shark Week  

This is a week of dueling shark-athons on television. A biologist advises viewers to take what they see with a large grain of sea salt.

2017-07-24 20:45:06
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ISS photobombs a lightning storm  

See it scooting along the top of this image, taken last week by Susan Gies Jensen? She also made a video from her still images. See it here, and learn to spot the station.

2017-07-24 11:01:35
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Gravitational anomaly seen in lab crystal  

An exotic effect in particle physics, theorized to occur in immense gravitational fields — near a black hole, or in conditions just after the Big Bang — has been seen in laboratory crystal.

2017-07-24 07:17:28
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Go young moon hunting at dusk  

As twilight fades, search for the pale, whisker-thin waxing crescent moon near the sunset point on the horizon.

2017-07-24 01:46:40
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Double rainbow with lightning  

Jüri Voit in Estonia caught this double rainbow and lightning flash on July 18, 2017.

2017-07-23 06:15:25
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We love sunflowers! Your best photos  

You can't look at a sunflower and feel sad.

2017-07-22 05:39:08
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Find the Teapot, and the galaxy’s center  

The center of our Milky Way galaxy is located in the direction of the constellation Sagittarius with its famous Teapot asterism. This is a good time of year to look for it.

2017-07-21 05:42:04
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Hubble sees Phobos orbiting Mars  

This image and video aren't artists' illustrations. They're from a real time-lapse sequence of images - acquired by the Hubble Space Telescope - of the tiny moon Phobos orbiting Mars. Cool!

2017-07-20 16:09:45
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See it! Moon sweeps past Venus  

People around the world watched this week as the waning crescent moon swept near the very bright planet Venus, and fainter star Aldebaran, in the east before dawn.

2017-07-20 12:31:03
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Sun enters Cancer on July 20  

You might know that the sun enters the sign of Cancer every year at the June solstice. It enters the constellation Cancer a month later, on or near July 20.

2017-07-20 11:07:15
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Maryam Mirzakhani, mathematician, dies at 40  

She was an outstanding mathematician and first woman to receive the prestigious Fields Medal. Maryam Mirzakhani died on July 14 after a several-year battle with breast cancer.

2017-07-20 04:54:59
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A shadow-band project for August 21  

Shadow bands are elusive ripples of alternate light and dark, flitting over the ground or the sides of buildings during a total solar eclipse. How to take part in an International Shadow Band Campaign during the August 21 eclipse.

2017-07-20 01:44:33
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How close will asteroid 2012 TC4 come?  

Asteroid 2012 TC4 might give Earth a close shave in October, 2017. Or the asteroid could pass more distantly. Astronomers are keen to observe it now, to learn more about its orbit.

2017-07-19 11:32:11
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Fire ants build with no master plan  

Researchers identified simple behavioral rules that allow these tiny creatures to collaboratively build elaborate structures - rafts and towers - with no one in charge.

2017-07-19 10:51:20
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Moon and Venus closest July 20  

Around the world before sunrise Thursday, the moon and Venus will be close in the east before dawn. The bright star nearby is Aldebaran in Taurus the Bull.

2017-07-19 05:28:57
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Global methane levels hitting new highs  

Here's why, after a 2000-era plateau, global levels of the greenhouse gas are hitting new highs.

2017-07-19 05:06:59
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Have you seen the Mayak satellite?  

On July 14, an amateur group in Russia launched a small satellite called Mayak. They said it would become the "brightest shooting star" in the sky. Why'd they do it? Here's how to look for it.

2017-07-18 07:25:16
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Soar over Pluto and Charon  

To celebrate the 2-year anniversary of New Horizon's flyover of the Pluto system, NASA released these 2 cool videos. Sail over the surface of Pluto and its large moon Charon.

2017-07-17 15:25:06
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Moon shadow versus sun reflection  

This 5-second video shows a reflected image of the sun - a sun glint - as a bright spot crossing Earth from right to left. It also shows a dark spot - the moon's shadow - moving the opposite way.

2017-07-17 13:30:45
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Rainbow and road  

Photo by Mike Taylor, who is based in Maine. He calls this photo Innuendo.

2017-07-17 11:49:37
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Watch for Venus and Aldebaran  

You can't miss the star right next to brilliant planet Venus, in the east before dawn now. It's Aldebaran, the Eye of the Bull in the constellation Taurus.

2017-07-16 14:09:48
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Peering toward the Cosmic Dark Ages  

Big Bang cosmology calls for the Cosmic Dark Ages to happen during our universe's formative years, when it matured from a primordial soup of neutral gas to the star-filled cosmos we see today. A new study probes the time just as the Cosmic Dark Ages ended.

2017-07-16 08:18:58
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No commands to Mars craft in late July  

NASA says to blame the sun for its moratorium on sending commands to Mars from July 22 to August 1.

2017-07-15 09:23:10
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Planet 9 hypothesis alive and well  

Is there an unknown, massive planet on the fringes of our solar system? New work that claims to remove "observational bias" also supports this very exciting possibility.

2017-07-14 13:31:53
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Strange radio signals from nearby star  

A 10-minute observation of nearly star Ross 128 yielded a peculiar radio signal. The scientists aren't saying "aliens," but the natural explanations have weaknesses.

2017-07-14 07:51:25
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Last survivors on Earth?  

Scientists say they're likely to be tardigrades - tiny, 8-legged marine creatures - which can survive until the sun dies, long after we humans have disappeared.

2017-07-14 05:08:39
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Big sunspot at sunset  

Neeti Kamthekar captured this photo of the lone sunspot that's been making its way across the sun in recent days. In reality, the sun's own spin is causing its apparent movement.

2017-07-14 03:20:25
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Top tips for binocular stargazing  

Whether you're a beginning stargazer or a veteran of thousands of starry nights, binoculars can be your best friend.

2017-07-14 01:36:52
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Massive iceberg breaks off Antarctica  

An iceberg - about the size of the U.S. state of Delaware - split off from Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf sometime between July 10 and 12.

2017-07-13 04:20:55
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Possible new threat to Earth's ozone layer  

Recent increases in an unregulated ozone-depleting substance could delay recovery of Antarctic ozone levels by 5-30 years, say scientists.

2017-07-12 09:43:47
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Wow! Juno’s super-close Red Spot images  

Raw images from the Juno spacecraft's extremely close sweep past Jupiter's Red Spot are beginning to come in. NASA invites you to help process them!

2017-07-12 07:12:06
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Dawn at Saturn  

Although the Cassini spacecraft - now on the verge of running out of fuel - is in its final year in orbit around Saturn, it's still producing heart-stirring images.

2017-07-12 04:19:39
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A universe of organisms living in your gut  

Trillions of microorganisms living in your digestive system might influence your health, mood, even your weight.

2017-07-12 03:48:37
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Astronomers find the smallest star yet  

This star is just a sliver larger than Saturn, not even the largest planet in our solar system. Yet it's massive enough to shine as a star, and its pull of gravity is some 300 times stronger than Earth's.

2017-07-12 01:36:51
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James Webb Telescope chillin’ in Houston  

In sweltering Houston, the telescope hang in historic Chamber A at Johnson Space Center, with the best air conditioning available. There, it'll receive a final test of its ability to withstand the cold of space.

2017-07-11 04:38:40
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Coathanger: Looks like its name  

The star Albireo - part of the Summer Triangle - is your ticket to finding the Coathanger star cluster. It resembles its namesake and is easy to spot through binoculars.

2017-07-11 04:19:48
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California’s Alamo Fire, from space  

Large plume of smoke from the Alamo Fire in southern California, blowing over the eastern Pacific on July 9. Areas burning actively at that time appear in red.

2017-07-11 04:10:31
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Supernumerary rainbow over NYC  

Look inside the bright primary bow for colorful fringes, whose number and spacing can change from minute to minute. Alexander Krivenyshev caught this one over New York City on Saturday, July 8.

2017-07-10 07:12:37
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Gender, racial bias in astronomy revealed  

Research has found that women generally experience subtle, indirect or unintentional discrimination in the sciences. A new survey shows women of color undergo the worst harassment.

2017-07-10 06:21:02
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Watch for a daytime moon this week  

Beginning around the morning of June 11, 2017, watch for the daytime moon. For the next few days, it'll be in the west after sunrise.

2017-07-10 03:19:19
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See it! Photos of last night’s full moon  

Favorite photos of the July 2017 full moon from EarthSky friends around the world. Thanks to all who submitted to EarthSky or posted to EarthSky Facebook!

2017-07-09 12:57:27
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Your calendar says full moon is July 9?  

Most calendars use Universal Time, or standard time on the Prime Meridian at Greenwich, London, UK. For the Americas, full moon was last night. But for Asia, it's tonight!

2017-07-09 04:57:13
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Astronomers track hypervelocity stars  

New ESA video shows 6 hypervelocity stars, zipping from the Milky Way's center to its outskirts. A past interaction with our galaxy's central, supermassive black hole may have caused their high speeds.

2017-07-09 03:50:40
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Red rainbow at sunset, over Estonia  

Jüri Voit captured this image on July 6 in Kuusalu, Estonia. It looks like a special kind of rainbow, called a red rainbow.

2017-07-08 05:54:37
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Americas? Moon fullest for you July 8  

Fullest moon comes July 9 at 4:07 UTC, and the fullest moon for Asia is July 9. But, for us in the Americas, the moon appears fullest tonight.

2017-07-08 03:49:07
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100 billion failed stars in Milky Way?  

A recent survey revealed 1 brown dwarf for every 2 stars in the star cluster RCW 38 and other clusters. "There are a huge number of brown dwarfs out there," astronomers said.

2017-07-08 03:31:26
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Breathtaking night-shining clouds  

Wonderful video showing noctilucent - or night-shining - clouds recorded on July 1 and 4. These clouds shine in the darkness, typically on summer nights.

2017-07-07 18:49:40
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Make a pinhole projector for eclipse-watching  

You don't need fancy equipment to watch a solar eclipse. This video shows you how to make a pinhole camera with just a few simple supplies.

2017-07-07 11:38:51
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If greenhouse gas emissions ended now…  

Would climate change stop? The simple answer is no. A climate scientist explains.

2017-07-07 06:55:52
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Sunspot, and chance of weekend storms  

Experts say there's a 60% chance this weekend of geomagnetic storms, possibly causing auroras. Plus, over the past couple of days, a lone sunspot has grown rapidly!

2017-07-07 05:11:51
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See the moon, Saturn, Antares in a line  

Golden Saturn, 6th planet outward from the sun, is the farthest world you can see easily with the unaided eye. Antares is a bright, reddish star.

2017-07-07 04:31:40
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Earthquake rocks Montana early Thursday  

The 5.8-magnitude earthquake in western Montana took place just after midnight, local time. It woke people up near the epicenter and was felt throughout the region. Expect aftershocks.

2017-07-06 12:41:01
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How do planets form after star death?  

Supernova explosions destroy pre-existing planets. Yet astronomers observe planets orbiting tiny, dense, essentially dead neutron stars left behind by supernovae. How do the planets get there?

2017-07-06 10:14:06
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Moon closest to Saturn on July 6  

Want to identify Saturn, jewel of our solar system? July 6, 2017 is a great night for it, because this planet is near the moon. The star Antares is also nearby.

2017-07-06 05:28:04
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A day at the beach  

A July 4 day at the beach - with rainbow clouds, aka iridescent clouds - overhead.

2017-07-06 01:23:46
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Moon, Antares, Saturn at nightfall  

On July 5, 2017 watch for the moon, star Antares and planet Saturn. Can you see their colors - and Antares' twinkling - in the moonlit glare?

2017-07-05 06:53:03
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Scorpion rising  

Low-lying constellation Scorpius the Scorpion rising behind some of the flora in the Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, California.

2017-07-05 06:15:42
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Do you have what it takes to live on Mars?  

If it's your dream to travel to the Red Planet, check out this video for some things you might want to consider.

2017-07-05 05:09:39
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Solar minimum is coming  

About every 11 years, our sun enters solar minimum, during which sunspots and solar flares subside. But that doesn't mean the sun becomes dull. Solar activity just changes form.

2017-07-05 02:34:37
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Juno to buzz Jupiter’s Great Red Spot  

On July 10, we'll get the humanity's first up-close and personal view of the spot -- a storm monitored since 1830 and possibly existing for more than 350 years.

2017-07-04 12:10:20
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Moon’s dark side faces Earth  

What, what? Strange as it may seem, the moon's dark side is its Earth-facing side.

2017-07-04 02:38:19
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Southern Cross over Indonesia  

Camping under the Southern Cross in Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, Indonesia.

2017-07-03 06:42:01
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Mystery of the moon’s tilted orbit  

Had things gone differently in the early days of the inner solar system, the magnificent spectacle of a total solar eclipse might be a monthly event.

2017-07-03 04:27:50
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What’s the July birthstone?  

Are you a July baby? Your birthstone, the ruby, is among the most highly prized of gemstones.

2017-07-03 01:17:13
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Eye of the Milky Way  

The Milky Way over the Alabama Hills, in the Eastern Sierra Nevada mountains of California.

2017-07-02 06:38:19
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Artificial space clouds over U.S. East  

NASA launched a sounding rocket last Thursday that formed colorful clouds in space, visible from New York to North Carolina.

2017-07-02 05:54:36
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Watch for Venus in July 2017  

Notice its change of position in front of the constellation Taurus, with bright Aldebaran and the dipper-shaped Pleiades star cluster.

2017-07-02 05:24:57
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Antares: More than meets the eye  

The bright red star Antares is located in the direction toward the center of our Milky Way galaxy. It's a rich region of the sky for telescopic observers.

2017-07-01 07:18:37
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Moon near Jupiter and Spica on July 1  

The moon has now moved past dazzling Jupiter in our sky, but the 2 still appear close. Tonight, come to know the star Spica, Jupiter's companion throughout 2017.

2017-07-01 02:02:37
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1st quarter moon with Jupiter June 30  

The dazzling planet Jupiter is near the first quarter moon on June 30. Enjoy the waxing moon and Jupiter on July 1, too!

2017-06-30 03:29:26
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Top 10 things to know about asteroids  

For example, if all known asteroids were rolled into a ball, they'd still be smaller than Earth's moon ... except for 1 big one.

2017-06-30 02:23:23
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Why do quasars twinkle?  

Is it just a coincidence that some twinkling quasars are close on the sky's dome to hot, bright stars? New research suggests a connection and an explanation for a 30-year-old mystery.

2017-06-29 06:37:49
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Moon approaching Jupiter on June 29  

Tonight - June 29, 2017 - you can't miss the moon and king planet Jupiter, given a clear sky!

2017-06-29 05:33:59
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Asteroid Day 2017 is June 30  

Hundreds of events - films, concerts, panels with engineers, scientists and astronauts - about asteroids and how to protect our planet from asteroid impacts.

2017-06-29 03:01:07
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Rainbow reflected at sunset  

To capture an image like this one, where the sky rainbow and reflected rainbow in the water make a perfect circle, your timing has to be perfect.

2017-06-28 22:30:28
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Solar eclipse safe viewing tips  

If you're planning to watch the August 21 total solar eclipse (and we hope you are!) take a minute to watch this video on how to watch safely.

2017-06-28 07:42:58
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Asgardia’s 1st satellite due to launch  

Asgardia's 1st satellite - Asgardia-1 - will launch aboard a NASA mission to ISS later this summer. "Asgardians" are invited to send their personal data - a photo or a file of their choosing - to space with it.

2017-06-28 06:48:46
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Expect colorful clouds from rocket launch  

Launch currently scheduled for 4:15 to 4:45 a.m. - Thursday, June 29 - for a NASA sounding rocket expected to form blue-green and red clouds in space. Backup launch day is June 30.

2017-06-27 08:38:29
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The enduring mystique of Barnard’s Star  

Sometimes called Barnard's Runaway Star, it's one of the best known stars in the history of astronomy and in popular culture.

2017-06-27 04:17:41
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US Southwest wildfires still burning  

Across the US Southwest - amid a record-breaking heat wave - fires that started in early June continue to burn.

2017-06-26 16:55:29
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NASA’s plans for August 21 eclipse  

Not traveling to the centerline of the eclipse? Expect NASA images via 11 spacecraft, at least 3 aircraft, more than 50 high-altitude balloons, and the International Space Station.

2017-06-26 02:26:17
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How much traffic on eclipse day?  

Expert analysis showing how many people - and how much traffic congestion - can be expected along the path of the August 21, 2017 total solar eclipse.

2017-06-26 01:23:41
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What’s the youngest moon you can see?  

In 2013, an astrophotographer in France captured an amazing photo of the moon at the precise instant of new moon.

2017-06-25 06:36:15
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Last night’s extremely young moon  

Photo and animation of an extremely young moon - only 18 hours past the new phase - setting over a hill last night, as seen from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

2017-06-25 05:56:21
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Young moon after sunset June 25  

From most places worldwide, except at far-northern latitudes, the moon will set better than hour after sunset on June 25. Look for it near the sunset point.

2017-06-25 03:21:29
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The eclipse is just 2 lunations away  

As we approach another new moon, astronomer Guy Ottewell shares his profound understanding of lunar cycles and the coming total solar eclipse.

2017-06-23 13:24:16
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What’s a conjunction?  

EarthSky community member Tom Wildoner explains the term "conjunction" in astronomy and provides an illustration.

2017-06-23 06:55:52
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