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Started by Mallory. Last reply by Jon van Rooyen May 23, 2011. 1 Reply

I'm really curious, does anyone else get NASA TV, let alone watch it? I watch it more than any other channel. It's just fascinating! I'm watching a live interview with the Italian astronaut from the ISS right now. They've got a guy in England…Continue


AWESOME project!

Started by Mallory Jan 5, 2011. 0 Replies This site allows you to take part in discovering our universe. I've joined Galaxy Zoo Hubble. It's just awesome!Continue

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'Alien' Planet Detected Circling Dying Star

Started by Sydni Moser Nov 18, 2010. 0 Replies

18 November 2010 By Neil Bowdler Science reporter, BBC News This artist's impression shows HIP 13044 b, an exoplanet orbiting a star that entered the Milky Way from another galaxyAstronomers claim to have discovered the first planet originating…Continue

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Comment by Sydni Moser on August 3, 2010 at 8:22pm

Solar Tsunami! Celestial Show to Hit Earth Tonight
By: Madison Gray
Tuesday, August 3, 2010

A gargantuan eruption of plasma on the surface of the sun has caused a celestial tsunami shower of ionized atoms to head straight for the Earth, which scientists expect to arrive at our planet Tuesday night.

Scientists also say there is nothing we can do and the coronal mass ejection will hit our world, illuminating the night sky before a final collision between us and the inevitable geomagnetic storm. "It's the first major Earth-directed eruption in quite some time," Leon Golub of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics told

And besides causing problems with satellites in the way, it should be quite an entertaining show.

NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory, which was launched in February and studies space phenomena like this one, and looks into the sun to see how it works. Scientists there say people in the Northern U.S. have a great view of it, and it should be even better if it triggers aurorae, or solar particles coming into contact with earth's magnetic field and our atmosphere.
Comment by Grace Conyers on August 1, 2010 at 5:25pm
Thanks for the new addiction!

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Started by Mallory. Last reply by Jon van Rooyen May 23, 2011. 1 Reply

AWESOME project!

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Denver Voters Shoot Down UFO Commission

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