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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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The Indian space research organization’s Mars Orbiter mission captures the image of the largest moon on the red planet, Phobos

The picture was taken on July 1 when MOM was approximately 7,200 km from Mars and 4,200 km from Phobos. Bangalore: The Mars Color Camera (MCC) on board the Indian Space Research Organization’s (ISRO) Mars Orbiter Mission captured the image of Phobos, the next and largest moon on Mars. The picture was taken on July 1 when MOM was approximately …

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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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How to watch Buck Moon on the weekend of July 4

On July 4th and 5th, be sure to slightly darken part of the moon. NASA Those celebrating Independence Day this weekend in the U.S. can enjoy a bonus sky show. Depending on where you are, a lunar eclipse “Buck Moon” will occur on the night of July 4th and the morning of July 5th. The solar eclipse will be visible …

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Subterranean ocean on Jupiter’s moon Europe classified as potentially “habitable”

By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Scientists have discovered how the subterranean ocean formed on Jupiter’s moon Europe and found that this vast expanse of water may have supported microbial life in the past. Europe, with an ocean hidden under a thick ice sheet, has long been considered a potential habitat for extraterrestrial life in our solar system alongside other …

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Scientists provide new explanations for the strange asymmetry of the moon

The composition of the near side of the moon is strangely different from that of its far side, and scientists believe they can finally understand why. Credit: NASA / NOAA The history of the Earth’s moon system remains puzzling. Scientists believe that the system was formed when an Mars-sized body collided with the proto-earth. Earth was the larger daughter of …

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Kathy Lueders now has the task of enabling NASA’s moon landing in 2024

NASA’s selection of Kathy Lueders as the new Associate Administrator of the Mission Directorate for Human Exploration and Operations (HEO) was widely praised. Even ex-NASA administrator Lori Garver, who has been proven to cancel Artemis’ return to the lunar program, was pretty exuberant. Lueders has had a very successful tenure as program manager of the Commercial Crew program. With the …

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