There’s a Starman, waiting in the sky

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The sky this week for March 2 to 11

Thursday, March 8 A set of great binocular items appears perfectly on nights today. The open star clusters M46 and M47 live about a degree apart in the northwestern... Read more »

UMBC physicists show interactions between smoke and clouds have unexpected cooling effect

Atomspheric physicists have actually discovered that the method wildfire smoke from Africa engages with clouds over the Atlantic Ocean leads to a net cooling result, which contrasts previous understanding... Read more »

Sounding rocket mission will trace auroral winds

IMAGE: Aurora as seen from Talkeetna, Alaska, on Nov. 3,2015 view more  Credit: Copyright Dora Miller From the ground, the dance of the northern lights, or aurora borealis, can... Read more »

Venus: Our mysterious neighbor

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Unprecedentedly wide and sharp dark matter map

IMAGE: Hyper Suprime-Cam image of a location with a highly significant dark matter halo detected through the weak gravitational lensing technique. This halo is so massive that some of the... Read more »

I have a nice view of the Earth from my desktop.

I have a great view of the Earth from my desktop. Read more »

An ‘insider’s look’ at Tropical Cyclone 11S from NASA’s Aqua Satellite

IMAGE: On March 2 at 5:05 a.m. EST (10:05 UTC) NASA’s Aqua satellite found cloud top temperatures of strongest thunderstorms (yellow) in Tropical Storm 11S. Temperatures were as cold as... Read more »

Can strongly lensed type 1a supernovae resolve cosmology’s biggest controversy?

In 1929 Edwin Hubble surprised many people—including Albert Einstein—when he showed that the universe is expanding. Another bombshell came in 1998 when two teams of astronomers proved that cosmic... Read more »

What are those lights passing by the Tesla car?

Exactly what are those lights going by the Tesla cars and truck? Read more »