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Discovery of the moon: Radar sheds new light on the lunar surface

Scientists have used radar technology to shed new light on the moon’s surface. Researchers used the NASA Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) miniature radio frequency (Mini RF) instrument to analyze the moon. In a statement, NASA stated that the lunar underground could be richer in metals such as iron and titanium than previously thought. The space agency is committed to providing …

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How to watch the Buck Moon lunar eclipse this weekend, July 4th

On July 4th and 5th, watch out for a slight darkening of part of the moon. NASA Along with this year’s Independence Day fireworks, skywatchers in the U.S. may see a heavenly bonus show. A “Buck Moon” eclipse is scheduled for the night of July 4th and the morning of July 5th, depending on where you are. The solar eclipse …

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Buck Moon lunar eclipse on July 4th: what you should know

The moon will have its own show on July 4th. A lunar eclipse is scheduled for the night of July 4 through the morning of July 5. The solar eclipse will be visible in most parts of North and South America. You can see the best times to see the solar eclipse here. The solar eclipse begins at 11:04 p.m. …

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Lunar eclipse: when and where can you see the July 4th event?

On July 4, shortly after 11 p.m. ET, the moon began its temporary new appearance. For exactly two hours and 45 minutes, the moon will travel through the Earth’s feathered outer shadow, creating a partial penumbra eclipse. A penumbra eclipse occurs when the moon passes through the weak penumbra of the earth. The moon misses the earth’s umbrella shadow, best …

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How to watch the Buck Moon lunar eclipse this weekend, July 4th

On July 4th and 5th, be sure to slightly darken part of the moon. NASA After this year’s Independence Day fireworks, Skywatchers in the United States may be able to enjoy a heavenly bonus show. A lunar eclipse “Buck Moon” will stop for the night of July 4 and the morning of July 5, depending on where you are. The …

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See a strawberry moon and partial lunar eclipse on Friday

The full moon in June is called the “strawberry moon” because it takes place during the strawberry season. On Friday, people in many parts of the world can watch a partial penumbra eclipse – when the moon passes through the outer shadow of the earth. The solar eclipse will be visible in Asia, Australia, Europe and Africa, but you can …

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