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Peer through the clouds Father's Day night to see this sight in the sky

June 15, 2019 Share: Father's Day celebrations will end with a full 'Strawberry Moon', the first full moon in the month of June and the last full moon of spring. However, thunderstorms and partially cloudy skies will complicate viewing it in some portions of the United States. Rain will plague the Southern Plains through the mid-Mississippi Valley and Ohio Valley …

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Space Photos of the Week: Salt of the Moon Jupiter

Europe, one month in Jupiter's orbit, is one of the most interesting places in the solar system. Under a thick ice crust, the moon has a layer of oceans with more water than this on Earth, so it is a major place to find life beyond our planet. Two global images of Europe show large regions appear yellow-a color caused …

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Why foreigners can be a great place to find extraterrestrial life

The first true search for extraterrestrial life is a moon observation. In the early 1600s, Johannes Kepler trained a low-grade telescope on pockmarked rock, and thought that the roundish craters he had seen were the domes of subterranean cities, with moon dwellers. Kepler was so badly mistaken, of course, though not so obvious in another century when a better telescope …

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Star Trek & # 39; Star Trek & # 39; Make an Appearance On New Pictures on Mars

It may seem incredibly unreasonable, but a geological feature on Mars looks obvious like the Starfleet logo from "Star Trek." The shape of the chevron, obtained by the HiRISE camera of NASA Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, is a "footprint" of an old dune, explaining a news release Wednesday from the University of Arizona team behind high-resolution imaging projects that make today-viral …

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2020 of NASA's Mars Rover gets its 1st Wheel, and a Mast, Too (Ahoy!)

NASA's next Mars rover starts collectively. Engineers at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) of the Pasadena, California agency, have installed a headlike mast on the Mars 2020 rover that is scheduled to launch towards the Red Planet at July next year. The robot also has a suspension system and a set of tires, both placed on Thursday (June 13). The …

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