Monthly Archives: June 2015

Venus and Jupiter dance in daylight | EarthSky.org

Most of us think only of viewing planets at night, but sometimes you can catch them in broad daylight! The next great chance to do that is Saturday, June 20. Sourced through Scoop.it from: earthsky.org See on Scoop.it – Starman’s … Continue reading

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A permanent, asymmetric dust cloud around the Moon : Nature : Nature Publishing Group

Interplanetary dust particles hit the surfaces of airless bodies in the Solar System, generating charged and neutral gas clouds, as well as secondary ejecta dust particles. Gravitationally bound ejecta clouds that form dust exospheres were recognized by in situ dust … Continue reading

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‘The water table is dropping all over the world’: NASA warns we’re on the path to global drought

‘We need to get our heads together on how we manage groundwater…because we’re running out of it,’ one NASA scientist said Sourced through Scoop.it from: news.nationalpost.com See on Scoop.it – Starman’s Miscellania

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