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Iowa City Public Library Jun 17
This Wednesday, Dr. Ray Anderson will join us to talk about Iowa’s ancient meteor strikes, which may have contributed to one of Earth’s largest mass extinction events. Come learn more at 7 p.m. in Meeting Room A.
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Technology News Jun 18
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GRow Space✨ Jun 18
‘Planetary climate isn't simply self-contained; it can be influenced by its solar system environment’
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RandomNews Jun 17
Vaporizing are Making on
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Maxime Duprez 5h
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tourdemars Jun 18
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Science Academy Jun 18
help clouds form How did the Red Planet get all of its clouds? CU Boulder researchers may have discovered the secret: just add meteors. Astronomers have long observed clouds in Mars’
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Space Features May 18
Stars, Meteors, and a Comet in the Taurus constellation! 📷Juan Carlos Casado
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Maxime Duprez May 13
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Astrophotography Mar 16
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Jacqui Hurley Mar 3
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Dr Verity Imelda Player Jun 16
"They (Noctilucent ) are beautiful, but they also might be serving as our planet’s idiot light."
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LiveAuroraNetwork Feb 10
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Mary Reed Runyon May 28
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Aleix Roig Mar 1
Meteors over Prades, 28th of February 2019
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Christianne Smith Jun 17
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Indie the Airedale Jan 24
The scientists will tell you a meteor smashed into the earth & whipped out the dinosaurs 🦕 The Real truth is they were all slayed by giant Airedale’s. Steggie the Stegosaurs .
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Idaho Skies Dec 10
The Geminid meteor shower reaches its peak on the night of the 13th and morning of the 14th. Look for meteors originating from the east.
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B Devlin May 14
These boys represented our school very well today at the soccer tourney! Positive attitudes and very supportive of each other!
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Santi Hernández Dec 22
Heavy seen over Zaragoza (Spain) at aproximately 22.10 local time. Starting 40 grades high and finishing at 10 degrades with heavy explosion. Green colour (other observers said also orange colour) Magnitude -14/-16!!! Moving NE-NW
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