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Northern Lights Forecast May 2019: How to see Aurora this week

How to see the Northern Lights After SWPC's 3-day forecast, the best time to look for the Northern Lights will be through a couple of separate windows. The first one is 5:00 to 11:00 on Wednesday, May 15. It can be a decent opportunity further west at the beginning of the window when it is still dark outside. The CP …

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SpaceX plans to get fast broadband to the world starting now

Musk has said that next-generation SpaceX rockets could launch large satellites – or maybe some small ones. SpaceX Another Elon Musk plans to shake up a whole industry coming off the ground Wednesday night when a SpaceX Falcon 9 launches the first set of satellites to the company's Starlink broadband network. SpaceX launched a couple of prototype satellites for the …

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Aurora borealis could be coming to northern U.S.

CLOSE The Northern Lights, or the Aurora Borealis. The Vikings thought it was a road to the Gods, but we now know exactly what those beautiful lights are.      Buzz60 Thanks to a geomagnetic storm from the sun, skywatchers across the far north U.S. and most of Canada later this week could see the aurora borealis, aka the northern lights. …

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Earth's moon shrinks and quaking, the study says

NEW YORK (CNN) – The Moon is slowly shrinking over time, causing wrinkles in its crust and calf, according to images captured by NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. Unlike the earth, the moon does not have tectonic plates. Instead, as the moon's interior has cooled down over the last hundred million years, it has caused the surface to wrinkle when it …

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How Milkweed site affects Monarch Egg-Laying and Survival

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Shrinking Moon May Be Triggering Moonquakes, Study Says

Seismometers left on the moon by Apollo missions recorded 28 moonquakes between 1969 and 1977. At least eight are linked to thrust faults that are formed as the moon shrinks. The moon is so slowly shrinking over time, which is creating wrinkles in the crust that may be triggering moonquakes, a new study says. A team of researchers led by …

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This NASA spacecraft will crash into an asteroid to test Earth's defense against space stones

NASA's First Worldwide Planetary Defense Mission prepares to launch in June 2021 and ensure that all pieces are in place for the spacecraft to successfully blend into the small "moon" of a binary asteroid. 19659002] The mission called Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) will culminate in October 2022 with the highly anticipated effect of the binary asteroid Didymos. But mission …

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