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October full moon: A Hunter's Moon is light on Sunday nights

The full moon, known as the Hunter's Moon, always follows the Harvest Moon of September. You can see it in the sky on Sunday, October 13, at 5 p.m. According to the Farmer's Almanac, Hunter & # 39; s Moon was obtained from Native Americans. After harvesting, the animals will go to the farm for scraps. With the full moon, …

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New evidence shows how the asteroid dust cloud could spark new life on Earth 470m years ago | Science

Astronomers have discovered intriguing evidence that an asteroid break-up covered the Earth with dust millions of years ago. The event has dramatically cooled the planet and triggered an ice age followed by major increases in the number of new animal species. 19659003] and provides new insights into the impact of interplanetary events on the evolution of our planet. "We know …

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PG&E power cuts nearly scrub NASA launch 3.00 miles away

BERKELEY – At noon on Tuesday – 30 hours before a satellite was to be launched – the head of UC Berkeley's Space Sciences Lab sent a worrying email. "Here's an update on the impact of the power shutdown," it began. "In general, we do not expect we can pull it off but we are working hard to make it …

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Three Cheers For Our Nobel University

<div _ngcontent-c16 = "" innerhtml = " The 2019 Nobel Prize has been announced, emphasizing the amazing work at universities in the US and elsewhere. Getty The 2019 Nobel Prize was announced this week, and all the poor science prizes went to university professors. Universities do a lot of trail-blazing, incredibly important work, but you would never know that from …

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Pictures of the Space in the Week: Rover Curiosity is a Salty Dog

NASA's curiosity was touched on Mars in August 2012, and it circled, shooting rocks, drilling the earth, and conducting scientific experiments ever since. Just last week, news broke that Curiosity had seen a salty thing. The rover drove across Gale Crater, an ancient Martian lake bed filled with water, and discovered sulfate salts. Our own Earth remains wet because we …

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