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An obscure chaser explains because a singular astronomical eventuality shouldn’t be missed

David Baron has been chasing eclipses for roughly 20 years. His initial sum solar obscure — when a Moon entirely blocks a Sun from sight, branch day into night — was in 1998, in Aruba. The knowledge assured him to ...

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Which dinosaur is a biggest? There’s a new contender — and it’s alarmingly large.

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A reconstructed Patagotitan mayorum, a 70-ton dinosaur detected in Argentina. (Courtesy of José Luis Carballido) Weighing scarcely 70 tons, heavier than 10 adult African elephants, this dinosaur was a largest animal to ever travel on Earth, according to some scientists. ...

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How will your pets conflict to a solar eclipse?

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Prelude to a 2017 Total Solar Eclipse: A Partial Lunar Eclipse Occurs Monday

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Much of a Eastern Hemisphere will be treated to a prejudiced obscure of a moon Monday (Aug. 7) — a preface to a grand philharmonic that awaits North Americans accurately dual weeks later. The lunar obscure will be manifest from ...

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‘My sister says we am an alien’: A 9-year-old relates to be NASA’s heavenly insurance officer

A morning from a vantage indicate of a International Space Station, about 220 miles above Earth’s surface, on Aug. 10, 2015. (Scott Kelly/NASA/AP) When NASA announced final week that it was looking for a new heavenly insurance officer, a space ...

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See a artistic hoary that suggested a colors of a hulk armored nodosaur

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Artist’s delivery of a nodosaur and predators. (Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology) For a biggest animals, bulk is a good defense. Other creatures need tricks, like a snowy cloak of an arctic hare or a hagfish’s choking slime clouds. But elephants ...

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Science-Savvy Grandparents Explain Solar Eclipse in New Children’s Book

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In a children’s book “When a Sun Goes Dark” (NSTA Kids, 2017), 12-year-old Diana and her small brother, Sammy, accommodate adult with their colorfully attired grandparents. When Diana asks them since they are dressed as tourists and since they are ...

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Revealed: a mom (and father) of all flowers

3D indication of a ancestral flower reconstructed by a new study, display both womanlike (carpels) and masculine (stamens) parts, and mixed whorls (concentric cycles) of petal-like organs, in sets of threes. Credit: Hervé Sauquet Jürg Schönenberger. The initial flower to ...

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Don’t be blindsided during a eclipse

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For a initial time in scarcely a century, on Aug. 21, a sum solar obscure of a object will be manifest in tools of a constant United States. Depending on where we live, and supposing a clouds don’t interfere, we ...

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Soyuz rockets into space with 3 firm for station

STORY WRITTEN FOR CBS NEWS  USED WITH PERMISSION Credit: NASA/Joel Kowsky A Russian Soyuz rocket bloody off from Kazakhstan Friday, boosting a three-man organisation into circuit for a six-hour moody to a International Space Station. The workhorse Soyuz rocket thundered to ...

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