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Experts Say Don’t Look At The Eclipse Without The Proper Eye Protection

Experts are cautioning Eclipse viewers to protect their eyes when it comes to watching the event on Monday. Nasa experts are urging people to make sure they are using proper eye wear and say you should look for the ISO

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10 And 12 Year Old Sisters Recruited By NASA To Capture Eclipse Images

Coming up on August 21 there will be a full solar eclipse. The path of full occlusion will travel from Oregon to South Carolina. Two young sisters Rebecca and Kimberly Yeung, 10 and 12, have created a balloon that can

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August Skies Get Active This Week

There are going to be a number of reasons to tilt your head back this August. The skies are going to be pretty active this month starting with a partial lunar eclipse that will be occurring Tomorrow night. While it

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New Pluto Video From NASA

NASA’s New Horizons’ spacecraft has provided yet another unique experience for us back on earth as there is a video showing what it would be like to fly over Pluto.   Now whether you call it a planet, dwarf planet,

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Nasa Mission To The Sun [VIDEO]

Nasa wants to “touch the sun” and they are planning a mission to do just that. They will get a space craft closer to the sun than has ever been done before. Previously the closest we had been was in

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Jupiter’s Stormy Poles

This image made available by NASA on Thursday and made from data captured by the Juno spacecraft shows Jupiter’s south pole. The oval features are cyclones, up to 1,000 km in diameter. The cyclones are separate from Jupiter’s trademark Great

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The Galaxy Number Answered

NASA has updated the number of observable galaxies from 200 million to 2 trillion! Thanks to the Hubble Telescope and some hefty mathematical calculations, we have a lot of Milky Way galaxies out there to discover. To help us do

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NASA Spacecraft Photos

NASA’s Juno Spacecraft has sent back some beautiful photos of the Red Giant including some never before seen angles.   The mission was to gain data on one of our solar system neighbours, a planet we have never really been

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NASA Mars Mission Success [PHOTOS]

While the Martian made enough money in theatres to put Matt Damon in the top 5 of the highest paid actors lists this year, the real life NASA is still in the preparation phase of it’s Mars mission.   Just

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Venus – A Nice Place To Live?

NASA released a computer model of what ancient Venus would have been like in the early birth of the solar system and the odds point toward the planet being habitable. By  NASA’s calculations, 2.9 billion years ago the sun was

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July Was The Hottest Ever

Since records have been kept starting back in 1880; July 2016 was so hot, beating July 2015 and July 2011, it became the hottest month in recorded history. It may have only been by .11 degrees C but that is

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Juno’s Jupiter Mission Google Doodle

Yesterday NASA’s Juno probe reached Jupiter after a five year voyage spanning 2.8 billion kilometers to begin exploring the gas giant. It’s mission is to get a look below the cloud surface and answer some real questions. How much water

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