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This is what happens when there's a "supermoon," a "blue moon" and a total lunar eclipse all at once.
“We’ve heard this thunder before," one scientist said, "but this is the first time we’ve also been able to see the lightning.”
Like a galactic GPS, better dust maps will help astronomers peer more clearly into deep space.
Let's face it: spaceflight is inherently risky, and getting into orbit is one of the most dangerous phases of any mission
Harnett was not the only one to photograph the space station this week. In Harnett's photos, the moon appears in crystal
Today is not a wasteland of slow news. The Government is having its most thorough health care discussion ever, the climate is doing all sorts of strange things, and Vick is once again a free man.