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Summer night gets crowded – Twin Cities

Wake up in the afternoon so you can be kind and fresh to take some divine summer starring in the month. It's not really dark enough until after 10:30, but it's wonderful when it's finally getting dark. There are planets a lot in the evening sky this month. From the later stages of evening to midnight you can see all …

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NASA has its laboratory as our soil to observe and analyze the exoplanets

Because of the incredible distance of the exoplanet (planets outside the solar system), NASA uses the Earth as a laboratory to study these celestial bodies. Nevertheless, each exoplan looks as little as a pixel, but it is enough for the researchers to observe and understand the main features of these farfetched worlds. It is a new study using data from …

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Scientists reported that can destroy the Earth

Climate change can be unpredictable. Even the observance of the Paris agreement does not guarantee that we will be able to avoid serious threats about the planet, reports the online edition of the Chronicle.info with reference to Znaj.iaob this was announced by scientists at the Open University and Sheffield University in the UK. Some experts questioned the feasibility of efforts …

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N.J.. Night Sky: Mercury connects Venus

Venus has stood alone in the western sky in recent weeks. When we enter July, Venus will be associated with Mercury. The paths in both Venus and Merkurius are within the orbit of the earth. Traveling on the "inner track" of the solar system has a much shorter year. Venus completes a 225-day orbit, while mercury does it in just …

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Astronomers Discover more clues on soil-like exoplanets

A new study provides clues that show that an exoplanet – a planet outside the solar system, which is 500 light years away and much like the Earth – circles around a star, reported SciTechDaily.com. Kepler-186f is the first identified earth's exoplanet in the planet that circles a star in the inhabited zone. This means that it is the right …

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Found Earth-like plan that may be habitable (PHOTO)

Super-earths Kepler-186f, one of the first "big sisters" of our planet, does not suffer from the swing axis must exist "earthly" seasons and climate. “/> “/> "Mars is within the" zone of life ". “/> “/> The Mars is within the" zone of life " "Of the Solar system, but its axis is very unstable – the slope can range …

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Found Earth-like plan that may be habitable (PHOTO)

Super-earths Kepler-186f, one of the first "big sisters" of our planet, does not suffer from the swing axis must exist "earthly" seasons and climate. “/> “/> "Mars is within the" zone of life ". “/> “/> The Mars is within the" zone of life " "Of the Solar system, but its axis is very unstable – the slope can range …

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Nasas Hubble stains massive clusters of 10 billion years old stars

WASHINGTON: NASA's space telescope Hubble has discovered a great picture of a large collection of aging stars believed to be 10 billion years old. This rich and frequent smattering of stars is a massive global divide, a gravitational collection of stars that circle the Milky Way, said the US Space Agency in a statement. Global clusters are denser and more …

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Do not miss "Blood Moon" and Mars closest approach in 15 years

The stars of the July celestial show are Mars and the total lunar eclipse and the "blood moon" combo by the end of the month. June was full of exciting astronomical events and July certainly keeps the ball rolling. During the past month, stargazers were treated with beautiful views of the Strawberry Moon, this month we are looking for an …

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