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News about space and astronomy from the astronomy team. Just look up, you never know what you will see.
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NOAA Satellites 24h
Journey complete! Today finished drifting to its new orbital position at 137.2 degrees west longitude. In a few days we’ll start seeing the first new images out of Alaska, Hawaii and the Pacific from the satellite’s new home. Learn more:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy 17h
The Leonid meteor shower peaks on Saturday night with the best viewing conditions expected across the Southeast and the northern Plains:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy 19h
The scale of California's deadly is shown in these amazing satellite photos:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Nov 12
A rocket launch will be visible over the East Coast early Thursday morning where skies are clear. How to see the launch from your back yard:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Nov 9
This weekend is the peak of the northern Taurid ! This shower is known for bringing extremely bright meteors known as fireballs. breaks it down:
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Paul Stewart Nov 6
One final pic from Mondays Aurora
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Nov 7
The danced across the night sky over Tasmania earlier this week with vibrant displays of green and purple colors:
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SPACE.com Nov 6
Europe Is Launching a New Weather Satellite Tonight. Watch It Live!
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Nov 6
How astronauts aboard the Intl. Space Station cast their votes on :
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NASA SPoRT Nov 5
The VIIRS day-night band aboard the / Suomi-NPP satellite captured a vibrant over Alaska overnight. It was brilliant enough to illuminate the terrain!
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AMSMETEORS Nov 5
Fireball over Missouri on Nov 2: 379 reports & 6 videos so far
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pretty pink rays tonight! as soon as it was dark enough, there they were, then picket fence appeared, bonus points!
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Nov 4
The may glow tonight due to a moderate solar storm. People may see the may be seen as far south as the green line:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Nov 4
A fireball 20x brighter than Venus was spotted over Puerto Rico on Friday night. It's possible that a fragment of the meteor may have reached the ground. (Video/Frankie Lucena)
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Nov 4
Over 300 people reported seeing this fireball over Arkansas and surrounding areas on Friday evening:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Nov 2
An incredibly bright meteor, known as a , was seen over central Arkansas earlier this evening by . Did you see it?
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Nov 2
Fireballs may flash in the night sky this weekend from the bright Taurid . Details:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Nov 1
Russia has found the cause of the recent launch abort: A deformed sensor that lead to an abnormal booster separation. Video:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Nov 1
The annual NASA JPL pumpkin carving contest featured some unique displays, including E.T., sharks and satellites:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Oct 31
These pumpkins are 'out of this world.' Photos from the annual NASA JPL carving contest
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