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Visible in the sky above the East Coast

This is the impressive light show seen from hundreds up and down the East Coast. Those who did not see the spectacle of the sky with their own eyes caught what was considered to be the meteor of a video. "Honestly, I felt surprised because you know what I've never seen I've never seen anything like this in all my …

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SpaceX launches to the International Space Station

After yesterday's weather forced the scrap of 18th International Space Station SpaceX's 18th Space Station mission, the rocket is ready for a second attempt to launch today, July 25 at 6:01 pm EDT from Space Launch Complex 40 The Air Force of Cape Canaveral, to the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Set up to send us more than 5000 pounds …

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Our favorite photos of the 20's in the X-ray telescope

NGC 6357, a cluster of young stars, with X-rays displayed in purple. -Ray: NASA / CXC / PSU / L.Townsley et al; Optical: UKIRT; Infrared Spectrum: NASA / JPL-Caltech If the Hubble Space Telescope sets the standard for what the photo coming out of the jaw should look like, then the X-ray Observatory Chandra, launched 20 years ago this week, …

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Scientists discover 'plasma tsunamis' is responsible for sunspots

Rolling waves of plasma known as "solar tsunamis" could be causing the sudden end of solar cycles, according to scientists. Researchers identified so-called "terminator events" that mark the end of sunspot cycles, The study, which was published in the journal Solar Physics, examined nearly 140 years of data collected from the ground and by NASA's Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory and …

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