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Reliving Cassini’s final moments  

"Cassini managed to survive for 91 seconds in this epic battle, before tipping over backward during the last 8 seconds and then finally losing radio contact with Earth."

2017-10-22 18:01:32
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Astronomers confirm Earth has an asteroid buddy  

It's the best and most stable example to date of a near-Earth companion, or "quasi-satellite." It's a small asteroid called 2016 HO3. It travels along with Earth in orbit around the sun.

2017-10-22 10:15:31
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See it! Orionid meteors this weekend  

This weekend's Orionid meteor shower didn't disappoint. EarthSky community photos, here.

2017-10-22 09:32:19
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Echo Lake  

Fall color over New Hampshire.

2017-10-22 08:44:39
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Spot moon, Antares, Saturn after sunset  

Most everyone worldwide should spot the young moon after sundown, with Antares and Saturn nearby. Miss 'em tonight? No worries. They'll be close the next few evenings.

2017-10-22 07:21:07
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Young moon, refracted by atmosphere  

This timelapse from Mike Cohea shows the October 20 young moon - only 1.3% illuminated - setting over Newport, Rhode Island, being refracted by Earth's atmosphere. Thanks, Mike! Awesome.

2017-10-21 09:14:02
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See it! Elusive Uranus at opposition  

Uranus - most distant planet visible, barely, to the unaided eye - was opposite the sun this week. Photos from the EarthSky community here.

2017-10-20 10:16:00
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Watch for Taurid fireballs  

North and South Taurid meteor showers happen simultaneously in late October and November. They're relatively minor showers, but produce a high percentage of fireballs, or bright meteors.

2017-10-19 16:04:02
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Whales and dolphins live ‘human-like’ lives  

They work together, talk to each other and use tools. A new study links the complexity of Cetacean culture and behavior to the size of their brains.

2017-10-19 10:38:49
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Sunset over Atlantic, from Brazil  

Saquarema was once known as Brazil's surfing capital. Spring is in progress there, and Helio C. Vital says that the sunset is almost back over the ocean.

2017-10-19 09:00:30
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Uranus at opposition on October 19  

Opposition for Uranus - or any outer planet - means it's opposite the sun in our sky, rising at sunset. The new moon provides a dark night for viewing this faint world.

2017-10-19 07:01:57
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Traveling to Mars? Top 6 health challenges  

NASA aims to have humans on Mars by the 2030s. The people making the long space journey will experience health risks they've never faced before.

2017-10-18 10:34:51
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See it! Moon passes Venus and Mars  

Did you see the moon sweep past the planets this week? Spectacular images from EarthSky friends here. Thanks to all who submitted!

2017-10-18 09:00:30
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Bright star Deneb transits at nightfall  

When the sun or a star transits, it's at its highest in the sky. Deneb's transit at nightfall marks a shift toward winter - or summer - depending on where you are.

2017-10-18 07:01:33
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More evidence for a Planet 9  

No new large planet on the outskirts of our solar system has yet been discovered, although evidence is building, astronomers say. By the way, if Planet 9 does exist … it's definitely not headed our way.

2017-10-17 18:15:06
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What are gravitational waves?  

If you understand how a trampoline works, you'll be able to understand what gravitational waves are.

2017-10-17 10:00:02
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Lenticular cloud over Mt. Rainier  

Gary Peltz in Seattle caught this spectacular image of a lenticular cloud over Mt. Rainier on October 14, 2017.

2017-10-17 09:00:30
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Gravitational waves, and more, from merging neutron stars  

On Monday, LIGO and Virgo announced the 1st detection of gravitational waves produced by colliding neutron stars, and 1st observed in both gravitational waves and light. "It ushers in a new era in astronomy."

2017-10-16 16:40:59
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The UK has a red sun today  

Social media is buzzing on Monday with photos and accounts of the red sun over the UK. British weather forecasters said it's caused by dust from the Sahara, raised via Hurricane Ophelia.

2017-10-16 14:11:19
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Egg-shaped Haumea has a ring  

Dwarf planet Haumea - which orbits our sun in Pluto's realm of the solar system - has become the first trans-Neptunian object known to be encircled by a ring.

2017-10-16 10:20:43
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Big Dipper over Horseshoe Spring, Utah  

The famous Big Dipper asterism, caught mirrored in Horseshoe Spring, one of many natural hot springs in Utah's West Desert.

2017-10-16 09:00:48
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Keep watching moon, Venus, Mars  

The best views of the moon and planets before dawn are happening now!

2017-10-16 07:01:27
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Chasing the northern lights in Alberta  

A night sky timelapse by Jack Fusco featuring frozen lakes, fog inversions, and of course the northern lights!

2017-10-15 11:15:03
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Creatures raft across Pacific, thanks to tsunami  

Hundreds of species hitched a ride on debris from the 2011 Japanese tsunami for a 4,400-mile journey across the Pacific Ocean.

2017-10-15 10:20:24
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Moon, Venus, Mars next few mornings  

Don't miss the moon's sweep past dazzling Venus and much fainter Mars, east before sunup. Lovely to view, and you might get a sense of the moon in orbit.

2017-10-15 07:04:55
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Tropical volcanoes trigger El Niños, says study  

A new study shows how large volcanic eruptions cool tropical Africa, spawning El Niño events.

2017-10-14 18:01:27
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Intense storms batter Saturn moon Titan  

"I would have thought these would be once-a-millennium events, if even that," said a researcher. Instead, the storms on Titan happen about once a Saturn-year, creating massive floods in an otherwise-desert terrain.

2017-10-14 11:30:02
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ISS over Puget Sound, Washington  

Photographer John Nelson used NASA's SpotTheStation website to learn when the International Space Station would make a high pass in his sky. This image is the result.

2017-10-14 09:00:16
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Moon occults Regulus on October 15  

From most of the world, the waning moon shines near the bright star Regulus Sunday morning. From much of the U.S., Mexico, the Caribbean or southeast Canada, the moon will pass in front of Regulus.

2017-10-14 07:01:43
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Rainbow with anticrepuscular rays  

Karl Diefenderfer must have been looking east at sunset on October 9, in order to photograph this rainbow with anticrepuscular rays, caught "as the remnants of hurricane Nate left southeastern Pennsylvania."

2017-10-13 09:00:20
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Peering to the Milky Way’s far side  

Astronomers use parallax to directly measure the distance to a star-forming region on the opposite side of our Milky Way galaxy, nearly doubling the previous distance record.

2017-10-12 18:01:57
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Juno sees Jupiter and 2 large moons  

Jupiter and 2 of its largest moons - Io and Europa - captured by the Juno spacecraft as it performed its 8th flyby of the planet on September 1, 2017.

2017-10-12 09:01:13
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Secret Antarctic ice canyons revealed  

Ice shelves in Antarctica are like conveyor belts, continually carrying ice to the sea. Scientists have found hidden canyons on their undersides that may affect the shelves fragility.

2017-10-11 11:00:01
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Red sprite over Oklahoma  

Photographer Paul Smith said he thinks this may be the 1st documented capture of a red sprite over Oklahoma. They're large-scale electrical discharges - high above thunderstorm clouds - flickering in the night.

2017-10-11 09:02:08
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Red sprite over Oklahoma  

Photographer Paul Smith said he thinks this may be the 1st documented capture of a red sprite over Oklahoma. They're large-scale electrical discharges - high above thunderstorm clouds - flickering in the night.

2017-10-11 09:02:08
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Last quarter moon and Gemini stars  

Stay up late to see them, or get up before dawn, when the moon, Castor and Pollux will be high in the sky as seen from across the globe.

2017-10-11 07:33:09
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This region on Mars may hold clues to earthly life  

Evidence for deep-sea hydrothermal vents in the Eridania basin of southern Mars. Even if Mars never had life, this region may tell us about the type of environment where life on Earth may have begun.

2017-10-10 10:00:15
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Fall colors in New Hampshire  

"Fall colors are back," wrote photographer Manish Mamtani.

2017-10-10 09:00:02
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Penetrating the mystery of why we age  

Researchers in Germany call the aging process "a quirk of evolution" and take a step forward in understanding why we didn't evolve to live forever.

2017-10-09 16:34:03
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Forecast for Mercury: Morning micro-meteor showers  

Mercury - with only the thinnest of atmospheres - has a continuous rain of micro-meteors wherever on the planet dawn is breaking.

2017-10-09 10:05:30
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5 faint Draconid meteors  

The naysayers were wrong. Some did catch some Draconid meteors this weekend, in the narrow window between sunset and moonrise.

2017-10-09 09:00:13
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Did the moon once have air?  

We know that ancient lunar volcanos spewed lava. Gases rising from the lava might have accumulated around the moon to form a temporary atmosphere, 3 to 4 billion years ago.

2017-10-08 18:01:20
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How gravitational waves attracted a Nobel Prize  

The 2017 Nobel prize for physics was awarded to scientists who helped pioneer the discovery of ripples in the fabric of spacetime, known as gravitational waves. 

2017-10-08 11:46:52
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5 new pairs of merging supermassive black holes  

Merging black holes are the sorts of catastrophic events that produce the strongest gravitational waves. Scientists just announced 5 new pairs, in the centers of distant galaxies.

2017-10-08 10:00:16
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Nobel winners shed light on circadian rhythms  

Three American scientists share the 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for work that explained how our cells keep track of time.

2017-10-08 09:44:33
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Moon’s lit side points to Aldebaran  

Watch the moon travel toward Aldebaran in our sky's dome, throughout the night of October 8. Then come back a night later, and see how far the moon has moved.

2017-10-08 07:01:14
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Close encounters of the planet kind  

Brilliant Venus and faint Mars swept close last week, in the east before sunup. Check out these awesome photos!

2017-10-07 21:14:19
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This weekend, watch for the Draconids!  

No one expects a Draconid meteor storm this year, but it's fun to watch and see.

2017-10-07 07:01:00
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See it! 2017’s Harvest Moon  

Photos and videos from the EarthSky community of 2017's Harvest Moon. Thanks to all who submitted photos, or posted them to EarthSky Facebook!

2017-10-06 12:15:01
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Help identify Earth features in astronaut photos  

Hey citizen scientists! You're invited to test a new tool to study Earth using photos taken by International Space Station astronauts. Here's how.

2017-10-06 12:00:03
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Harvest moon mirage  

When you look over an ocean at a distorted sun or moon, the reason is most often that the low slanting rays of the object are being highly refracted between air layers of different temperatures.

2017-10-06 09:00:18
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Watch after sunrise for a daytime moon  

As it orbits Earth once a month, the moon is up during the day half the time, pale against the blue sky. You can see it this weekend, if you look.

2017-10-06 07:01:44
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Aquarius? Here's your constellation  

Look for Aquarius the Water Bearer this month. How to find it, its famous Water Jar asterism, plus a few stories from the ancient myths.

2017-10-05 10:05:19
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Anticrepuscular rays at Georgia moonrise  

Scott Kuhn captured anticrepuscular rays as the moon was rising over Fort Mountain in northern Georgia.

2017-10-05 09:00:19
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On October 5, the Harvest Moon  

The Northern Hemisphere's Harvest Moon is the full moon closest to the September equinox. It's tonight! Watch for it.

2017-10-05 07:01:18
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Is dust what’s dimming Tabby’s Star?  

Astronomers say they've found a smoking gun that rules out the idea of an energy-harvesting megastructure or Dyson sphere - built by an alien civilization - surrounding Tabby's Star.

2017-10-04 19:00:04
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International Observe the Moon Night  

An annual, global public event coming up on October 28 that encourages moon-watching and appreciation. Click in for more info and links.

2017-10-04 11:37:04
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Watch ISS spacewalk October 5  

It's the first of 3 ISS spacewalks this month.

2017-10-04 10:03:07
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Goodbye to the dark side  

Stunning view of Saturn's night side, looking toward the sunlit side of the rings, by Cassini spacecraft cameras. Cassini ended its mission on September 15, 2017.

2017-10-04 08:44:45
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Large storm on sun sparked global aurora on Mars  

Scientists said the solar event "lit up Mars like a light bulb." It was observed from Mars orbit and the surface ... the biggest event of its kind so far.

2017-10-03 12:24:13
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Moon and planet-rise, seen from space  

This timelapse video shows a peaceful and breathless moonrise from the International Space Station, with Venus, Mars and Mercury also in view.

2017-10-03 09:00:20
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Watch for Mars and Venus this week  

How to see the close conjunction of the dazzling planet Venus and faint red planet Mars in the sunrise direction, throughout the first week of October 2017.

2017-10-03 07:01:29
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Farthest active inbound comet yet  

Most comets become active only when near the sun. This one is active, but distant, between the orbits of Saturn and Uranus, where sunlight is 1/225th as bright as seen from Earth.

2017-10-02 10:00:13
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Waterglyph  

Marc Toso tried 3 times to capture this ancient petroglyph known as a waterglyph, estimated to be between 2,000 and 1,000 years old. The 3rd time was the charm.

2017-10-02 09:00:40
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Scientists reveal secrets of lost continent Zealandia  

Scientists have just returned from a major expedition to Zealandia, a "hidden" Earth continent, likely submerged beneath the sea surface more than 80 million years ago.

2017-10-01 11:01:22
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What’s the birthstone for October?  

Happy birthday October babies! Your birth month has two birthstones - opal and tourmaline.

2017-10-01 09:02:17
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Minnesota northern lights  

Judy Allen captured this image on September 28, 2017.

2017-10-01 08:49:11
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Autumn arrives in Colorado  

Hello autumn!

2017-09-30 14:32:53
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New Horizons’ discoveries keep coming  

New ScienceCast video on recent results from New Horizons spacecraft data. Landslides on Charon. Possible snow on Pluto. Plus a preview of New Horizons' next target.

2017-09-30 02:04:10
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Space visionaries boost Pluto lander  

At a NASA symposium this week, space scientists and engineers presented an exciting new concept for a lander that would explore Pluto by "hopping" across its surface.

2017-09-29 07:15:18
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Why don't poison frogs poison themselves?  

Scientists are a step closer to resolving this head-scratcher. And their findings have potential consequences for the fight against pain and addiction.

2017-09-29 06:05:59
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Night sky from sea caves  

Two images of the Milky Way, taken on the same night from sea caves along the California coastline, hundreds of miles apart.

2017-09-29 05:32:36
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Is the Milky Way a normal galaxy?  

Astronomers assume our Milky Way galaxy is typical. They use our knowledge of it to leapfrog out to understanding the rest of the universe. But is the Milky Way typical?

2017-09-28 07:54:16
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Did dino-killing asteroid speed bird evolution?  

A study suggests the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs 66 million years ago increased the pace of evolution in birds, their only remaining descendants.

2017-09-28 02:32:25
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Black holes with ravenous appetites  

Both Type I and Type II active galaxies have supermassive black holes, which consume the galaxies from within. But new work suggests fundamental differences in how much the 2 types consume.

2017-09-27 06:51:09
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First quarter moon points to Saturn  

The 1st quarter moon happens at the instant of east quadrature, when the moon is 90 degrees east of the sun. The September 27-28 1st quarter moon points to Saturn.

2017-09-27 01:12:51
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Crop circles seen from space  

An astronaut aboard the International Space Station captured this photograph of circular farming patterns in Sharq El Owainat in southwestern Egypt.

2017-09-26 11:26:54
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Moon next to Saturn on September 26  

Look for Saturn near the moon on September 26. Would Saturn really float on water? Facts here.

2017-09-26 06:17:03
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Passing spacecraft snaps Earth pics  

OSIRIS-REx swept past Earth on September 22 and received a gravity boost toward its goal, asteroid Bennu, in 2018. It also acquired the images to make this stunning new Earth portrait.

2017-09-26 04:26:39
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How fast is our universe expanding?  

Here's a great New ScienceCast video about the controversial Hubble Constant. It's the key to knowing the age of our universe and much more.

2017-09-26 04:21:08
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Fast radio bursts firing every second?  

New theoretical work indicates at least 1 fast radio burst, or FRB, going off somewhere each second. It contradicts the idea that FRBs might be evidence of an alien technology.

2017-09-25 08:45:07
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Giant iceberg on the move  

The calving of this iceberg in July reduced the size of Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf by 12 percent. The berg hung near the coast awhile, but now it's seen drifting.

2017-09-25 07:37:41
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Moon swings by Antares and Saturn  

On September 25 and 26 , 2017, watch for the waxing crescent moon to swing to the north of the star Antares, then to the north of the planet Saturn.

2017-09-25 03:43:26
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Sun photobombed Mars encounter with comet Siding Spring  

Siding Spring swept closer to Mars than any known comet in history. It dumped debris into Mars' atmosphere, creating the largest meteor shower in recorded history. But the sun got in on the act.

2017-09-24 07:40:52
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How well can seeds survive in space?  

If humans want to live on Mars, we're going to need to grow food. How well can seeds survive harsh, non-Earth conditions?

2017-09-23 09:37:50
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Astronomers find strange, comet-like double asteroid  

Comets are loose collections of ice and dust, sometimes with long tails. Asteroids are more rocky or metallic. Now astronomers have found a comet-like double asteroid.

2017-09-23 05:55:50
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See it! Young moon and Jupiter  

Wow! The young moon returned, near bright Jupiter, on the last day of northern summer (southern winter). Photos from the EarthSky community, here.

2017-09-22 03:20:33
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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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