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Why Are People Left (or Right)?

The first time you picked up pastels as a toddler, you probably felt more comfortable and naturally drawing with one of your hands than with the other. With the exception of the small number of truly ambitious people – those who can use their right and left hands with equal ease – people usually have a dominant hand (and side …

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Mercury rarely shows on Monday and parades through the sun

Mercury rarely launches a celestial show next week, marching over the sun for most of the world. The smallest, innermost planet on the solar system will resemble a tiny black dot on Monday as it passes directly between Earth and the sun. It starts at 7:35 AM Eastern. The entire 5 Hour Event will be visible when time permits, in …

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How to Watch Mercury Cross the Sun on Monday – Digital Trends

How to Watch Mercury Pass Through the Sun on Monday Digital Trends Mercury Transit on Sun WAVY TV 10 The Science of Mercury Transit in 2019: How Astronomers Will Study Rare Space Celestial Events.com Mercury Transit for Veterans Day Showcase Pennsylvania News | wfmz.com WFMZ Allentown Small yet powerful mercury still holds many mysteries Popular Mechanics View full coverage in …

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Anniversary Star: What we have learned about black holes since

Director Christopher Nolan's Hollywood blockbuster "Interstellar" has just celebrated its fifth anniversary. In the movie, Matthew McConaughey plays an astronaut who travels in a supermassive black hole called Gargaunto. To make Interstellar scientifically accurate, Nolan hired physicist Kip Thorne to make the black hole as realistic as possible. But after the movie came out, scientists learned more about how black …

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