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Set your alarm for this celestial meet-up on Tuesday morning

January 17, 2019 By Brian Lada AccuWeather meteorologist and staff writer January 17, 2019, 2:29:39 PM EST Share: Jupiter and Venus will have a bright together before dawn on Tuesday in an astronomical event known as a concert. "Integration is a celestial event in which two planets or a planet and the moon or a planet and a star appear …

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The North Pole is moving, and closing means that we are not keeping

The aurora borealis, located above the Arctic Circle in Norway, forms when the energy particles from the sun interact with the Earth's magnetic field. Recent observations suggest that the field is changing, which sends the magnetic North Pole to Siberia at a rate of 30 miles a year. (Yannis Behrakis / Reuters) A storm spreads to the center of the …

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The start of Aerospace that produces 3D-print rockets has now launched a site on America's busiest spaceport

America's busiest spaceport in Cape Canaveral, Florida, will soon get a new tenant: a startup that shares ambitious SpaceX plans to become people in a multiplanetary species. The new live is LA-based launch provider Relativity Space, a company that wants to revolutionize how rockets have been created by utilizing fully automated 3D printing. The company will soon have its own …

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We're sorry to inform you that foreigners may not try to talk to us

Radio signals from deep space – and a controversial interview of an astrophysicist at Harvard – are thinking of people, either again or not alone in the universe. First, a new survey published in Nature looked at the rapidly blowing of the radio, a mysterious astronomical that some delighted could be artificial in origin. We discovered the first radio blast …

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Billboards in space can ruin the night sky as soon as 2021

The stars may have some competition. A Russian startup by the name of StartRocket plans to launch glowing billboards in the night sky, to help advertise large names of companies and brands that lead our lives to Earth. Billboards are made up of small, satellite-CubeSats deployments, to be accurate – connecting together in low orbit to spell shapes, names, and …

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Total lunar eclipse this week

Eric Zernich An Ohio who is trying to get my Cajun as the weekend meteorologist for KATC. I also make interesting science or stories about the environment about South Louisiana. If you have a good story idea send it to me at ezernich@katctv.com Source link

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Cleaning the dirty harbor of New York, an oyster at a time

The group has now restored some 30 million oysters in local waters. But this is a very small part of what was used to thrive in the area. "Without the reefs of oyster, the entire coast has been initially changed," said executive director of the group Pete Malinowski at CNN Business & Rachel Crane. "We think reefs can be part …

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