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VIDEO at 97 Percent: Supermoon on March 9, 2020 Is the First of Three Supermoons in March, April and May 2020

473 Supermoon at 97 percent just as rain clouds arrive over Arlington Heights before dawn, changing a clear sky to a cloudy sky at about 5:00 a.m. Monday, March 9, 2020. Today’s Full Moon is a Supermoon shining in the night sky—but what is a Supermoon, which is defined as a Full Moon or a […]

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Red Devil Horns Rising: Solar Eclipse at Sunrise on December 26, 2019 Gave Spectacular Illusion Over Persian Gulf from Qatar

726 Photographer Elias Chasiotis captured three spectacular optical events in one image on December 26, 2019. The optical events were: 1) a sunrise, 2) a solar eclipse, and 3) a Fata Morgana or mirage on the horizon. Elias Chasiotis was in Al Wakrah, Qatar, and was aware that he had the opportunity to capture the […]

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Tonight’s Sky Features Cassiopeia, the Big Dipper, Cepheus and More for December 2019

264 Step outside on a cold December night when the stars shine bright to find the Big Dipper, Cassiopeia, and Cepheus. They will help you locate a binary star system, a fan-shaped open star cluster, and a variable star. Stay tuned for space-based views of a ragged spiral galaxy, an open star cluster, and an […]

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ABC 7 Chicago Captures “Chicagohenge” — the Midwest Version of England’s Stonehenge

606 The first full day of fall is Tuesday, which is preceded by the evening of Chicagohenge, when the sun lines up right between the city’s buildings. An ABC 7 Chicago camera was located at a perch near Michigan Avenue and Randolph Street, taking a look due west to capture the view of the first […]

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LIVE STREAM: SpaceX to Launch Falcon Heavy Rocket Kennedy Space Center, April 11, 2019 5:35pm ET

39 A SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket will launch the Arabsat 6A communications satellite from Kennedy Space Center’s historic Launch Pad 39A. THANKS FOR READING CARDINAL NEWS … ^^ MOBILE? USE VOICE MIC ^^  facebook …  GET ALERTS on Facebook.com/ArlingtonCardinal GET ALERTS on Facebook.com/CardinalEmergencies GET ALERTS on Facebook.com/ArlingtonHeightsCrime Get updates from The Cardinal ALL NEWS FEEDS […]

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Multiple Cameras Capture Meteor Over Northern Florida Just Before Midnight Saturday March 30, 2019

156 Eric Shultz: “Caught some strange light falling from the sky up by Youngstown tonight!,” after Ring doorbell camera captured image of meteor. A greenish bright light from a meteor was captured by multiple cameras in northern Florida about 11:52 PM ET Saturday March 2019. According to the National Weather Service in Tallahassee, a flash […]

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Northern Lights Possible Tonight and Early Morning Friday/Saturday After Coronal Mass Ejection from Sun Wednesday

76 NORTHERN LIGHTS PROBABLY WON’T COMPARE TO THIS NORWAY DISPLAY A G2 (Moderate) geomagnetic storm watch is in effect for the March 23, 2019 UTC-day due to anticipated CME arrival. A CME is a Coronal Mass Ejection, which is a significant release of plasma and accompanying magnetic field from the solar corona. The corona is […]

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US-Russian Space Crew Launches Aboard Soyuz M12 from Kazakhstan March 14, 2019; Docked with ISS 6 Hours Later Over Peru’s West Coast

126 A Soyuz rocket carrying a crew of three is headed to the International Space Station. The crew made it safely into orbit today after a harrowing launch abort last October. CBS News space analyst Bill Harwood joins CBSN to discuss the launch. Soyuz MS-12 is a Soyuz spaceflight which launched on March 14, 2019 […]

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Nets and Harpoons: The Space Junk Cleanup Efforts

54 The presence of man-made debris in the Earth’s atmosphere is nothing new to us—but it’s becoming a problem. Learn about the recent space junk cleanup efforts. Nets & Harpoons: The Space Junk Cleanup Efforts Unfortunately, Earth’s pollution problems aren’t just within our planet’s atmosphere. As we continue to explore space and send out a […]

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Comet Iwamoto, Last Visited Our Inner Solar System in the Middle Ages Around the Year 648, Captured on Video Last Week

76 Last Thursday, binocular comet C/2018 Y1 (Iwamoto) moved nearly in front of a spiral galaxy of approximately the same brightness: NGC 2903. Comet Iwamoto was discovered late last year and orbits the Sun in a long ellipse, and last visited the inner Solar System during the Middle Ages, around the year 648. The comet […]

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Snow Moon February 19, 2019 — 14% Bigger, 30% Brighter Sets Tuesday Morning at 6:54 AM

87 Supermoon today, early Tuesday February 19, 2019 — sets at 6:54 a.m. Hopefully a very thin veil of clouds will remain thin for Tuesday morning’s moonset. A super moon (perigee) when the Moon is closest to earth appears 14% bigger and 30% brighter than a a micro moon (apogee) when the Moon is furthest […]

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Highlights of the November Sky 2018: Saturn Sets After Sun in SW Sky and Venus Becomes More Visible AM

39 In November, look for the constellations Pisces, Aries, and Triangulum in the night sky. Saturn sets in the southwest sky in November, but will move toward departing the night sky through the month as it sets earlier and earlier and moves toward the sun at sunset. On January 2, 2018 Saturn sets about the […]

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