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"The girl takes the fish to the fire, cleans it gently with her fingers and then places it in banana leaves from the side
Now, here it is, hundreds of years later: millions of fruitcakes are manufactured and sold in just the United States alone
Why does it take three years to develop a new car, when it shares 90% of its "DNA" with the previous model? Why does it take six years to develop a new airplane when it shares 90% of its "DNA" with the previous model?
I yell, STOP JIMMY! I told you not to drink those 5-hour energy drinks around rare celestial happenings. Brian comes in, crazed
From sending humans to Mars to commercial space flights, HuffPost Live takes a look at the future of space travel and the possibility of colonizing other planets.
Why does it take 3 years to develop a new car, when it shares 90% of its "DNA" with the previous model?
You're WELCOME. Last, but certainly not least, the moon. Right now, we're about 250,000 miles from Earth. Containment suit
Agnes Meyer-Brandis: Moon Goose Colony, Pollinaria, 2011 Leonid Tishkov, Private Moon Moscow studio of the artist, presented
What if you could go back in time and see what the Apollo 8 astronauts saw when they snapped the iconic "Earthrise" photograph
The world is not short of far-fetched ideas for transformative zero-emissions power stations. But while airborne drone-supported windfarms and dubious cold fusion generators are certainly nice to haves, they're not quite as bold as locating the power station itself outside Earth's atmosphere.
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The bill is called the "Apollo Lunar Landing Legacy Act," or H.R. 2617, which is named for the year when America will have
Many years ago, in a land far, far away, two young men set off on a journey to portray the experience of perception.
If you have any astronomy in your stories -- if you mention space, if you display a telescope, even if you present the Moon only once -- please, for the love of Galileo, get an astronomy consultant.
Until about five years ago, the moon was thought to be bone dry. However, the anhydrous view of the moon has been challenged by detections of water on the lunar surface and in rocks and soil returned by the Apollo missions.
I was 10 years old when the moon first beckoned to me. The call came in the guise of a homework assignment. Miss Lusk, my much-loved fourth grade teacher, told us one propitious day to go home and compose a poem.
What kept me going was the knowledge that on Wednesday, the day after my last midterm, Mars would be at its closest to the Earth all year.
From Mother Nature Network: Earth's moon shines brightly in our sky, but it is not the only satellite in our solar system
According to NASA's Lunar Science Center, scientists have recently discovered what they believe to be dormant silicate volcanoes