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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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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 18
Look to the southeast before sunrise on Tuesday to see the Jupiter-Venus Conjunction. The two planets will be hard to miss, unless it is cloudy. Viewing conditions:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 18
Replying to @CowetaG
The entire eclipse will last from 9:36pm ET and last until 2:48am ET. The total eclipse (when the Moon will appear red) will last from 11:41pm ET to 12:43am ET.
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 18
Replying to @AccuAstronomy
The will also be visible across all of South America and western Europe. Some are also calling this a :
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 18
A total lunar eclipse will be visible across North America on Sunday night (weather permitting) and will cause the Moon to turn red for over an hour:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 17
The ‘super blood wolf moon’ is on Sunday night, the last total lunar eclipse anywhere in the world until 2021. Here’s how to see it from your back yard:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 16
Sunday night will feature the last total lunar eclipse of the decade, in what some are calling a . This is how the eclipse earned this nickname:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 16
Replying to @Slooh
We also just posted this viewing conditions map for the Jupiter-Venus Conjunction early Tuesday morning:
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Johns Hopkins APL Jan 15
New 📸! Around and around: This gif shows the propeller-like rotation of as seen by the Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI) aboard as the spacecraft sped toward its close encounter.
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 15
A total lunar eclipse will be visible over the United States on Sunday night, as well as the rest of North America, South America and parts of Europe and Africa. Here's what to expect:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 9
Did you see this bright fireball over the East Coast early this morning? People reported seeing it around 6:35am from NYC to Raleigh.
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 7
4 billion miles from home: NASA captures first close-up images of mysterious Ultima Thule:
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Solar Eclipse Timer Jan 7
I posted a video on eclipse convective clouds. That completes videos on ALL of the partial phase phenomena. 9 videos and just over 2 hours of content! Getting folks ready for 2024! Link to a summary video. New app version will be out in a few weeks!
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 4
The Qudrantids were impressive in Europe. Did you have any luck seeing the shower last night?
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 4
A Partial will be visible across eastern Asia and the northern Pacific Ocean on January 6 ☀️🌗🌏
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 3
Replying to @AccuAstronomy
Facts about the Quadrantids:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 3
Will you be able to see tonight's meteor shower? Here is the latest cloud forecast for the United States:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 3
Happy ! Today is when the Earth is closest to the Sun in its orbit at a distance of around 91.4 million miles.
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 3
China has successfully landed a robot on the far side of the moon, the 1st-ever landing on this part of the moon:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 3
The Quadrantid meteor shower, the first of the year, peaks tonight. Details:
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AccuWeatherAstronomy Jan 2
Yes! This shower strongly favors Europe over Asia and North America.
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