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  • What’s Affecting the Entire Solar System?

    What’s Affecting the Entire Solar System?

    Scientists are discovering that the Solar System, the sun, and life itself are mutating in totally unprecedented ways. Strange things are happening in both outer and inner space. They are reporting changes that are being recorded in space that have never been seen before.Studies show that the Sun and the planets themselves are physically changing at an accelerated pace. Most notably, they are undergoing major changes in their atmospheres. Let’s begin with the Sun. The Sun is the center of […]

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  • Wondrous Pluto

    Wondrous Pluto

    New Horizons Mission has sent back a gallery of stunning images. Who would have known that Pluto was so beautiful and so complex? Watch these images on the biggest screen possible and feel like you are right there on this cold remote beauty. Enjoy and share…….       Celestron 31042 AstroMaster 114 EQ Reflector Telescope Price: $239.95

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  • Total Eclipse of the Harvest Moon

    Total Eclipse of the Harvest Moon

    In some parts of this planet Earth, today Sunday, Sep. 27th, the super Harvest Moon will pass through the shadow of Earth, producing a lovely amber total lunar eclipse. In other parts of the globe it will occur tomorrow,Monday 28, Sep. Unfortunately, here in Aussie we’ll miss out on this one. The super Harvest Moon eclipse will be visible from the Americas, Europe, and Africa. It brings an end to a remarkable series of four consecutive total lunar eclipses visible […]

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  • Final Blood Moon of Tetrad in September

    Final Blood Moon of Tetrad in September

    Prophesying Some Scary Things The narration of this video will bring to light the fact that this phenomena has already occurred at least 3 times before. Nothing seems to have happened on these occasions.I thought I would say farewell to all my loyal fans and followers,just in case…… This month’s blood moon, also known as a lunar eclipse, is the final such moon in what is known as a tetrad, and the culmination of the four eclipses has some religious […]

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  • Asteroid Gold Rush

    Asteroid Gold Rush

    Asteroid mining will be a major engine for future economic growth, says author and entrepreneur Steven Kotler. His latest book is Tomorrowland: Our Journey from Science Fiction to Science Fact We’ve already been in three different missions already. Two out of NASA and one out of Japan that have caught up to asteroids, right. We even had one that Hayabusa probe scratched the surface and brought back some dust. It’s low grade first step mining, right. So we already have […]

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  • Complex Mass of Plasma

    Complex Mass of Plasma

    A small, but complex mass of solar material gyrated and spun about over the course of 40 hours above the surface of the sun on Sept. 1-3, 2015. It was stretched and pulled back and forth by powerful magnetic forces in this sequence captured by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO. The temperature of the ionized iron particles observed in this extreme ultraviolet wavelength of light was about 5 million degrees Fahrenheit. SDO captures imagery in many wavelengths, each of […]

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  • Earth and Moon Photobomb SDO

    Earth and Moon Photobomb SDO

    As NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, kept up its constant watch on the sun, its view was photobombed not once, but twice. Just as the moon came into SDO’s field of view on a path to cross the sun, Earth entered the picture, blocking SDO’s view completely. When SDO’s orbit finally emerged from behind Earth, the moon was just completing its journey across the sun’s face. Though SDO sees dozens of Earth eclipses and several lunar transits each year, […]

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  • NASA Spacecraft takes Space GPS to New Heights

    NASA Spacecraft takes Space GPS to New Heights

    NASA’s MMS spacecraft are flying around Earth in a precise formation made possible by an out-of-this-world system of GPS navigators. Enjoy and share…..   Celestron 21041 60mm PowerSeeker Telescope Old Price: $69.95 Price: $40.91

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  • Pluto’s small moon Nix

    Pluto’s small moon Nix

    Today, NASA released the first crisp image of Pluto’s jellybean-shaped moon Nix. The photo was taken by the New Horizons probe on July 14th as the spacecraft flew by Pluto. Until now, the only close-up photo we had of Nix was a blurry, enhanced-color image. From that photo, NASA estimated that Nix is 26 miles long and 22 miles wide, shaped a bit like a football. This new picture, taken by New Horizons’ Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI), reveals the […]

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  • The Fate of Mars’ Atmosphere

    The Fate of Mars’ Atmosphere

    There is plenty of evidence that Mars at one time had an atmosphere that allowed water to flow on its surface. What happened to it? To find out, NASA’s MAVEN spacecraft is flying high above the Red Planet with a battery of sensors. While previous Mars orbiters have peered down at the planet’s surface, MAVEN is spending part of its time gazing at the stars, looking for subtle changes in their color as they dip through the limb of Mars […]

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