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Space.com Staffers Experience a Total Solar Eclipse

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Five Space.com staff members trafficked to locations around a U.S. to declare a sum solar obscure of Aug. 21, 2017. It was a initial sum solar obscure that any of us had seen in person, and we all came divided ...

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It rains plain diamonds on Uranus and Neptune

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An picture of Neptune taken by Voyager 2. (NASA/JPL) Consider this your daily sign that a solar complement is even some-more awesomely bonkers than we realized: On Uranus and Neptune, scientists forecast sleet storms of plain diamonds. The gems form in ...

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Interior secretary recommends Trump change during slightest 3 inhabitant monuments, including Bears Ears

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke endorsed Thursday that President Trump change during slightest three national monuments determined by his evident predecessors, including dual in Utah, a pierce approaching to reshape sovereign land and H2O protections and certain to trigger vital authorised fights. ...

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Missed the solar eclipse? You won’t have to wait too long for the next one.

This composite image of eleven pictures shows the progression of a total solar eclipse in Madras, Ore., on Monday. (Aubrey Gemignani/NASA) The 2017 solar eclipse is now history. If you missed the big event or, like me, regret not traveling ...

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Extensive arsenic decay in high-pH unimpeded aquifers in a Indus Valley

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By Joel E. Podgorski, Syed Ali Musstjab Akber Shah Eqani, Tasawar Khanam, Rizwan Ullah, Heqing Shen, Michael Berg Science Advances23 Aug 2017 : e1700935 Fifty million to 60 million people potentially unprotected to high levels of groundwater arsenic, that is ...

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How ISS astronauts saw a eclipse

<!– googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘post_link_unit’); }); –> ESA wanderer Paolo Nespoli took this design during a Aug 21, 2017 sum solar obscure of a sun, from a International Space Station. It’s a moon’s shadow, unconditional opposite Earth. Those in a shadow’s ...

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How ISS astronauts saw a eclipse

<!– googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘post_link_unit’); }); –> ESA wanderer Paolo Nespoli took this design during a Aug 21, 2017 sum solar obscure of a sun, from a International Space Station. It’s a moon’s shadow, unconditional opposite Earth. Those in a shadow’s ...

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Three years of preparation, dual mins of totality. For this obscure scientist, it’s all value it

There were about 10 mins to go before a object left from a daytime sky, though things were already feeling strange. It wasn’t comfortable adequate for a summer’s day in Oregon. The sky wasn’t splendid enough. It was as if ...

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Three years of preparation, dual mins of totality. For this obscure scientist, it’s all value it

There were about 10 mins to go before a object left from a daytime sky, though things were already feeling strange. It wasn’t comfortable adequate for a summer’s day in Oregon. The sky wasn’t splendid enough. It was as if ...

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What Is a Partial Solar Eclipse?

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A sum solar eclipse will widen opposite a U.S. on Aug. 21, giving people in tools of 14 states a possibility to see one of a good astronomical events we can declare on Earth. But outward a path of totality, ...

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