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How to watch a 10-year time-lapse video of the sun

Photo: Vadim Sadovski (Shutterstock) As children we were told not to stare (or even) watch directly) the sun as it can damage our eyes. Sure, it makes sense, but it also contributes to the mystery of the sun. We know it’s bright, but what exactly does it look like? Thanks to NASA, you can’t help but wonder, since they recently …

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Op-ed | On the verge of a new era for space exploration? Evaluate the effects of the ongoing crisis

Establishing an international long-term sustainable lunar commodity presence in partnership with the private sector is still the core focus of space exploration For more than 50 years, our desire to explore space has led to new discoveries while providing a continuous stream of socio-economic benefits here on earth. In addition, space exploration has increasingly cemented itself as a field of …

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Rocket Labs 13th Launch Ends in Failure, After Rocket Has Experienced Mid-Flight Problems

Rocket Lab’s 13th mission ended in failure on Saturday, after the company’s rocket experienced “an anomaly” after launch into space. As a result, the Rocket Lab lost its rocket, as did all the satellites it carried on board. The company’s Electron rocket managed to launch at 17:19 ET from Rocket Lab’s primary launch facility on the Mahia Peninsula in New …

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Rare “night-shining” clouds give Dorset church “spooky glow”

Rare “night-shining” clouds give a church of the 12th century “a ghostly glow” with electric blue and split streaks in the night sky over England A photographer snapped a fantastic picture of “night light” in England Formally known as nocturnal clouds, the shape of the upper atmosphere The image was captured around 2am at Knowlton Church in Dorset The clouds …

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White throat sparrows “new tune” goes viral “

Researchers speculate that female sparrows may be attracted to it. July 5, 2020, 11:29 AM 5 min read This is an Inside Science story. When researchers first noticed white choruses singing a strange song in the Canadian province of British Columbia, they thought it was a regional dialect. Dialects are common among birds and other singing animals that live in …

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NASA’s most iconic building is 55 years old and has just got started

Construction of the vehicle assembly building in August 1964. Aerial photo 1964. NASA 89,000 tonnes of steel went into VAB’s construction. NASA 1964 an overall aerial view of “Missile Row”, Cape Kennedy Air Force Station. The view looks north, with the vehicle building under construction in the upper left corner. NASA In 1965, the Last Major Beam was installed and …

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Minecraft: The Lockdown lesson recreates the arches of ancient times

Media playback is not supported on your device captionThe Bronze Age grave was recreated at Minecraft Take an archaeologist, a bored schoolgirl who lives through the coronavirus lock and a common interest in exploring ancient graves. The result? One of Wales’s most important Bronze Age sites was recreated – in the video game Minecraft. It’s Dr Ben Edwards, from Wrexham, …

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Moon, Jupiter and Saturn to create a celestial triangle Sunday night

When the weekend ends, the night sky will have another treatment for stargazers such as Jupiter, Saturn and the moon rising together to form a triangle on Sunday night. The astronomical meeting will take place one night after the full ‘Buck Moon Eclipse’, but the moon will still be almost full as it rises with the two planets on Sunday …

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