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By: Darlene Danko - Updated: 1 week ago
The full moon is on March 18, and the last quarter is on the 25th. By March 28, you’ll be able to
Mark your calendars and go find a pair of binoculars laying around in the attic, because there may be a new meteor shower coming on the night of May 30 and in the early morning of May 31.
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By Evan Ellis July 30, 2021
The December 2019 inauguration of President Alberto Fernández and Vice President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner in Argentina ret
An ‘ua‘u, or Hawaiian petrel, takes flight. Haleakala National Park will hold a special event to help participants spot the birds on Saturday night. JIM DENNY photo
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MAGNA — One of the rarest elements on Earth is now in the process of being recovered from Utah's Rio Tinto Kenne
This weekend will be a pretty excellent time to look to the skies as Uranus will make an appearance after dusk on Sunday evening — and you'll be able to see it with a just pair of bi
Infantry Marines will get the chance to test the Army's new night vision goggles, which are being compared to something straight out of a video game.
Marine rifle squads will evaluate the