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In a few decades, many lifestyles have changed

It's amazing how much things have changed over the past few decades, strictly from the perspective of an astronomer. In a previous column, I talked about all the astronomy books I had as a kid, and all of Pluto's pictures were not real photographs, except for the blurry mosaic the Hubble Space Telescope could get from the distant planet. Yes, …

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Water clouds in Jupiter's "Mountainous Purple Space" imply that alien lifestyles "are no longer to be dominated"

In an amazing scientific discovery, researchers discovered on water clouds internal Jupiter's Mountainous Purple Space increases the chance that lifestyles would probably exist in the environment as well. Jupiter's Mountainous Purple Space, a storm that has been continuously noted since 1830, still remains a thriller for NASA and powerful of the scientific community, but the invention of the water clouds …

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Record Launch Coaster at Six Flags Great America | Leisure – Lifestyles

GURNEE, Ill. – Six Flags Great America announced on Thursday a revolutionary, triple record breaking new roller coaster that will arrive in the park in 2019. Maxx Force will be the fastest launch coaster in North America, its fastest inversion and highest double inversion on any roller coaster in the world. "Six Flags is number one for record-breaking, unique rides …

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In praise of the Perseids | lifestyles

By the time you read this, Mars will be just behind the opposition and shortly after it's closest to Earth since 2003. So far, this was the spring / summer of astronomical events; Opposition of Jupiter in May, Saturn in June and Mars in July. Now we are approaching the time of everyone's favorite astronomical event, the annual Perseid Meteor …

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Water is buried under Martian landscape, says study | lifestyles

NEW YORK – A giant saltwater lake seems to be buried deep in Mars, raising the opportunity to find life on the Red Planet, scientists reported Wednesday. The discovery, based on observations of a European spaceship excitement of experts. Water is essential to life as we know it, and scientists have long tried to prove that the liquid is present …

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Professor Hanington's speech on science: water on Mars | lifestyles

The Red Planet of War has become a little friendlier this week. Detailed observations of the European Space Agency's Mars Express orbiter have shown that there is a large aquatic lake below the planet's south pole cap. This is exciting news for the future exploration of our neighboring planet, where the first manned mission was sent. Astronauts to Mars and …

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Starwatch: Saturn joins the summer planetary parade | lifestyles

There is a planetary congestion this month as Saturn comes to Venus, Mercury, and Jupiter in the early evening sky, and in my book it is the best planetary telescopic target. I am certainly not alone in this opinion. I hear Oohs and Awws and many other reactions during my star parties when my arsenal of telescopes is focused on …

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