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It's time for another notable celestial event. Be sure to cast your gaze to the sky for 2019's Strawberry Moon. And for the keen-eyed, there's a heavenly bonus with a prominent appearance from one of our fellow planets. So you're not disappointed or confused, first things first: The moon is not really going to look like a big , round …

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Squids can thrive in the oceans with rising carbon dioxide – quartz

Squids occupy a powerful place in our imagination. They are the original sea monsters immortalized in Jules Verne's classic novel Twenty thousand leagues under the sea and in Scandinavian folklore, in which a creature appears to be devastating as a crucible from the sea. science shows that no one should write them off in the real world. Probably they will …

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The sweetest moon of them rises on Monday morning

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (KCRG) – The full moon of each month is called and that for June is very sweet. According to NASA, the moon will be completely full Monday morning around 3:31 am Central Time. The full moon itself is visible on Tuesday morning. According to the farmer's Almanac, why this is called Strawberry Moon, this is the peak …

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Psyche mission clears review – SpaceNews.com

WASHINGTON – A NASA mission to a metallic asteroid has passed a major review, but questions remain about its ability to remain on budget and schedule. NASA announced June 11 that the Psyche mission was cleared to proceed to Phase C of its development, which includes the final system design as well as the assembly and testing of the spacecraft …

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The "Star of Death" – The event spread the life of the Earth through the solar system (weekend) About 65 million years ago, the largest impact of the asteroid for a billion years may have affected life in the solar system, even when it devastated life on Earth.

Broken debris escaped from Earth's gravitational force, forming irregular orbits around the Sun, eventually finding their way to the planets and satellites of the Solar System. Mars was eventually covered with debris and, according to a study in 2013 in Astrobiology magazine the 14-kilometer object pulled out tens of thousands of pounds of debris that might have perched on Saturn's, …

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