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Night sky research at Chiricahua National Monument | Local news stories

If you prefer dark night sky or the bright full moon, Chiricahua National Monument staff offers programs for everyone. On Saturday, April 14, the Guardian in partnership with members of the Tucson Amateur Astronomy Association will host a night sky party. On Sunday, April 29th, there will be a rangered full-moon migration. Both programs are free but subject to cancellation …

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NASA's Juno Probe Document Sun Storms on Jupiter's North Pole in New Video

The eight cyclones surrounding Jupiter's polar vortex are estimated to be around 2,500 to 2,900 mil in diameter. Earlier this week, NASA revealed a new three-dimensional video shot of the agency's Juno spacecraft documenting the intense storms that take place near Jupiter's north pole. According to a press release from NASA, 80-second video included infrared images made by Juno's Jovian …

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SpaceX should not blame Zuma spy satellite launch failed

SpaceX can not be guilty of missing a best mystery, spy satellites with billion dollars. Elon Musket's rocket organization believed to be the guilty party after a characterized insight statellite with the code name Zuma and worked with a temporary employee Northrop Grumman, neglected to stay in a circle and push into the Indian Ocean. Currently, a test by government …

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Conspiracy Theorist Imagine Planet X Will Kill Us Soon – Here's Why They Are Wrong

Apocalypse lies above us. Again. If conspiracy theorists are to be believed, a giant mysterious planet is destined to destroy all over the world, reports the British Daily Express reports. Assuming it will appear in the cloud on April 23, it should dismiss earthquakes and volcanic eruptions with its massive gravity pressure. Depending on Nibiru, Planet X and Wormwood, the …

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FYI, you can watch astronauts Read popular children's books from space

If you are looking for a way to record the story time with the children in your life, why not turn to astronauts? This is the premise of Story Time from Space, a project from the ideal Global Space Education Foundation that holds astronauts who read beloved children's books from the International Space Station. Patricia Tribe, former Director of Education …

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Of birds, magnetic proteins and migration | Life

For years, researchers have said that some animals are able to recognize the Earth's magnetic power lines and use them to navigate during migration. So far, there was some evidence of what it required to pull this The researchers at Sveriges Lund University have identified a single protein that birds use to target the Earth's magnetic field. The researchers believe …

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New Detailed Jupiter Pictures Sent by Juno

NASA's Juno has documented the things it faces in outer space and has sent back the images to the space agency. We have already heard and seen Juno, the aurors on Jupiter and storm and anti-cyclones. According to the reports this week, NASA has shown a 3D transfer of Jupiter's storms and the North Pole of the planet. As revealed …

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Gateway to … moon: Apollo 11 capsule landing on display in St. Louis

April 13, 2018 – St. Louis, Missouri is often called "Gateway to the West", not in any way because of its landmark Gateway Arch. Well, now the city can also be called "Gateway to the Moon" with the arrival of a Smithsonian exhibition. "Capsule, Columbia Command Modul, who returned the Apollo 11 astronauts safely to the ground, landed just or …

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New images of polar stars on Jupiter from NASA's Juno

With heads filled with complex sensors, these dummies are much smarter than you think. With "Juno", the inhabitants of the earth heard and watched auroras on Jupiter, watched the storm and anti-cyclone, and now NASA has shown another unexplored part of another planet – the North Pole. Unveiled Wednesday at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly in Vienna, Austria, 1 …

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