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NASA's Juno mission reviews Eclipse on Jupiter

Do not panic, this is not a huge hole for Jupiter. Our biggest neighbor is fine. The NASA spacecraft Juno was discovering the shadow of Jupiter's moon, Io, passing over its marbled clouds. The Juno Mission flew over the gas giant around 9/11 when the sky appeared Geometry was just right for Io to glide between the Sun and the …

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Precautions for Lunar Eclipse Pregnancy: Can a Pregnant Woman Sleep During a Solar Eclipse? | Strange | news

Yesterday's lunar eclipse reached its climax tomorrow, when Full Buck enlightened the night sky over most of the world. NASA has calculated the partial solar eclipse that peaks at 10:30 pm BST as our celestial sphere aligns with the shadow projected by our planet. Although the science of solar eclipses is extremely solid, there are still some myths to be …

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Lunar Eclipse Today: A partial lunar eclipse will be visible around the world today – on July 16, the 50th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11

Archive: Apollo 11 Astronauts on Moon Landing Skywatchers across much of the world may observe a partial lunar eclipse on Tuesday or early Wednesday, depending on where you are. The solar eclipse coincides with the 50th anniversary of the launch of Apollo 11 in which astronauts landed on the moon for the first time. The celestial event will be visible …

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A satellite observed the eclipse of July 2 from space (Video)

When millions of sky watchers witnessed the great South American solar eclipse on July 2, a European satellite observed the sky event from space. While Eclipse observers in parts of Chile and Argentina had the chance to completely shield the moon from the sun for a total eclipse, the European Space Agency's Proba-2 satellite could only see a partial eclipse, …

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Solar eclipse photo: Chinese satellite capture | Science | News

A Chinese satellite orbiting the moon has captured an awe-inspiring perspective at the shadowy spot over Earth during last week's total solar eclipse. Scientists controlling China's DSLWP-B microsatellite, released the stunning image on social media after the solar eclipse was photographed from lunar orbit on July 2. The satellite took a total of six pictures during the solar eclipse, which …

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